Course(s) Offered: Economics
Course Level: Graduate (masters)
Country to Study in: Belgium
The Institute for Gender Equity, Research and Development (IGERD) was conceived to be a place where meaningful discourse and interaction on gender and development at Moi University and its environs would take place.
Scholarship is available through MU/VLIR-UOS-Gender Equity Project which is administered through IGERD.
IGERD is searching for a female candidate interested in undertaking MA program in ECONOMICS. Applicant must have MA in Economics and therefore interested in enriching oneself with a second masters. This is a capacity building initiative and therefore staff members at Moi University are encouraged to apply.
African female candidates fulfilling the 'Eligibility' above
Any approved Flemish University in Belgium
Field of study
Any field of Economics: Masters in Economics
Number of awards
This is a ONE YEAR FULL TIME scholarship
This is a FULL TIME scholarship at a Flemish University in Belgium starting in September 2011.
Method of Application
Interested candidates should:
- Submit a TWO PAGE document highlighting their areas of interest and why they want to pursue a second Masters in Economics. The proposal should be typed and double spaced, Font 12, Times New Roman.
- Include ALL relevant academic transcripts, full contact details e.g. Cell-phone number, email, and one (1) colored passport size photos.
- Proposals submitted to IGERD should be forwarded through your Head of Department or equivalent.
All documents must be submitted to the Director IGERD by 30th September 2010
Only successful candidates will be contacted thereafter.
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Send inquiries and application documents to:
Institute for Gender Equity, Research and Development (IGERD),
Moi University, P.O Box 3900, Eldoret 30100.
Email: email@example.com and/or firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for Application: Scholarship Announcement (PDF)
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