Scholarships for Yemeni Students, Prepared by Hashem Abdulrahman, Abdullah Al-a'atefi , Tareq Hassan Al-sharabie, Abdulfattah A. Alghurbani and Hilal Lashuel
ScholarshipNameBrief Description Eligible Criteria Deadline Link
The Erasmus Mundus Iran Iraq Yemen(EMIIY) is a scholarship programmeopen to nationals from Iran, Iraq andYemen who want to study or work atone of the European partneruniversities. The scholarshipprogramme is open for students onundergraduate, master, doctoral andpost-doctoral level as well as foruniversity staff. It is financed by theEuropean Commission.
1. Only nationals of Iran, Iraq or Yemen are eligible toapply.2. No students can benefit from a second scholarship forthe same type of mobility under another ErasmusMundus Action 2 project (does not apply to staff).3. Candidates cannot benefit from more than one mobilityactivity within the same project.4. Undergraduate students (Bachelor level) must havesuccessfully completed at least one year of studies attheir home university.5. Applicant must hold English proficiency test certificate.January 23
The Netherlands FellowshipProgrammes (NFP) are demand-driven fellowship programmesdesigned to promote capacitybuilding within organizations in 61developing countries by providingtraining and education to their mid-career staff members. The NFP isfunded by the Netherlands Ministryof Foreign Affairs under thedevelopment cooperation budget.The scholarships allow candidates topursue Master studies, PhD studies,or short courses at Dutch Universitiesor academic institutions.
be a professional with at least three years’ relevant
work experience;2. be a national of, and working and living in one of thecountries on the NFP country list valid at the time of application;3. be nominated by your employer, who pledges tocontinue paying your salary and guarantees that you willbe able to return to the same or an equivalent position atthe end of your fellowship period;4. have been unconditionally admitted by a Dutch
institution to one of the Master’s degree programmes or
Short courses on the course list, or have agreed upon aPhD research proposal with the Dutch institution. Thismeans that you must have met all the academicrequirements set by the Dutch institution;February 5