Scholarship for Bachelors, Master’s and Doctoral Students from Developing Countries at Austrian Universities, Austria 2012
Study Subject(s):Many (Courses offered by Austrian Universities)
Course Level:Bachelors, Master’s and Doctoral
Scholarship Provider: Government of Styria, the City of Graz, church and private funds
Scholarship can be taken at: Austria
The Scholarship-Programme is directed at students from Africa, Asia and Latin America who are interested in development policy and who have come to Austria on their own initiatives, in order to complete their education. With their decision for studying abroad, the students have demonstrated a high degree of assertiveness, creativity and mobility.
Scholarship Open for International Students: Yes
Scholarship Open for Students of Following Countries: Developing Countries
Scholarship Description: The One-World-Scholarship-Programme is directed at students from developing countries at Austrian Universities and is meant to contribute to the peaceful coexistence of people from different countries of origin by enhancing equal opportunities, dialogue, intercultural know-how and partnership. It has been established within the Austrian Cooperation for Education, and together with the other programmes it supports their concerns (struggle against poverty, resource conservation, peace-keeping etc.), the establishment and expansion of accordingly qualified personnel and the advancement of educational- and economic systems (capacity and institution development) with lasting effects.It is complementary to other scholarship programmes and laid out globally, it enhances the ability for independent, creative, critical and self-determined thinking and acting and shall strengthen the competence for innovative problem solving strategies. The OWS contributes to the socially required production of knowledge and awareness, it promotes a global perspective and the creation of the globally educated citizen. It attaches a high significance to regional, international and trans-cultural networks. The programme is co-financed (government, church and private funds and own resources of the recipients of the benefits) and significantly contributes to the economic, social and cultural development of the southern countries.
How to Apply: By post
Scholarship Application Deadline: End of May 2012