The IHE Delft Water and Development Partnership Programme (DUPC2), funded by DGIS, the development cooperation agency of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is providing scholarships in the framework of capacity building for water professionals from a certain number of regions/countries.
IHE Delft Institute for Water Education is the largest international graduate water education facility in the world and is based in Delft, the Netherlands. The Institute confers fully accredited MSc degrees, and PhD degrees in collaboration with partner universities.
The scholarship includes the total cost of the MSc Programme in Water and Sustainable Development: Tuition fee, insurance, international travel cost and an allowance of EURO 1,115 per month for the cost of living and accommodation during the complete study period.
Academic admission to the MSc Programme in Water and Sustainable Development
You do not have to complete a separate application form. If you are a national from one of the eligible countries, you will automatically be considered for the scholarship after you have applied for admission and after you have received your academic admission letter.
If you are from one of these countries and interested in studying at IHE Delft, we advise you to apply for admission as soon as possible. We furthermore advise you to brush up your English and, if required, timely sign up for an English language test, as this is a requirement* for final admission and scholarship eligibility. If no sufficient English test results are received before 15 May 2023, you will not be eligible for the scholarship.
For more details, visit IHE Delft website.