Scholarships

Orange Knowledge Programme in The Netherlands 2022/23

The Orange Knowledge Program intends to add to a general public’s maintainable and comprehensive turn of events. Its grants are available to mid-vocation experts in explicit nations.

Available courses

Scholarships are available for a selection of:

  • short courses (duration 2 weeks to 12 months);
  • Also, master’s programs (duration 12 to 24 months).

All courses that are eligible for an Orange Knowledge Programme scholarship are listed in the database of study programs. Please find a study, using the filter ‘Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP)’.

Eligibility

The Orange Knowledge Programme individual scholarships are open to mid-career professionals, who are nationals of and living and working in the following countries:

Bangladesh, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Colombia, Congo (DRC), Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guatemala, Guinea, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Liberia, Mali, Mozambique, Myanmar, Niger, Nigeria, Palestinian Territories, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Suriname, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda, Vietnam, Yemen, as well as Zambia.

How to apply

You need to first select a course and then contact the educational institution of your course and ask how to apply for the scholarship.

You can find a list of courses as well as institutions that are linked to the Orange Knowledge Programme in the database of study programs using the filter ‘Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP).

Deadlines

  • Round 1 – for master’s and short courses
    • Accepting applications between 2 February – 22 March 16.00 CET.
    • Both master’s and short courses should start between 25 July and 21 November 2022.
  • Round 2 – for short courses
    • Accepting applications between 11 May – 28 June 16.00 CET.
    • Courses should start between 21 November 2022 and 20 February 2023.
  • Round 3 – for short courses
    • Accepting applications between 31 August – 11 October 16.00 CET.
    • Courses should start from 20 February 2023 onward and must be completed before 31 August 2023.

Please note that educational institutions may set a shorter deadline for application. Please consult your educational institution for the exact deadlines.

Selection procedure

  1. First, candidates register with their Dutch education institution
  2. Dutch institution nominates candidates and submits grant application
  3. Embassies check eligibility and assess applications
  4. Selection results published
  5. Finally, the successful candidate gets the grant award

The Dutch institution can give you more information on the various steps involved in the application and selection procedures, as well as the eligibility criteria.

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