ARES masters programmes for Developing Countries in Belgium

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Scholarship Overview

Each year, ARES awards an average of 150 scholarships for masters and 70 scholarships for internships for nationals of the South. Students of Benin, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Cuba, Ecuador, Ethiopia ( only for training in English ), Haiti, Madagascar, Morocco, Niger, Peru, Philippines, DR Congo, Rwanda, Senegal, Vietnam can apply for these endowments.

Specialization masters and ARES courses offer you the opportunity to follow a master of one year or a refresher course between 4 and 6 months in an institution of the Federation Wallonia-Brussels, Belgium.

Scholarship Benefits

  • The award will be distributed in the following manner:
  • 1150 € / month for a period of 12 months.
  • 150 €. Amount awarded once per stay, upon the arrival of the fellow.

     

  • 700 €. Amount awarded once per stay, upon the arrival of the fellow.

     

  • At the reduced rate in effect for DGD Fellows.

     

  • Insurance costs

     

  • Directly paid by the ARES.

     

  • Travel expenses for interuniversity training
  • Amounts for an internship: In economy class on an IATA company, a round trip.
  • 83 € / day  for stays from 8 to 17 days

    1400 € / month  for stays of 18 days to 1 month (fixed amount)
    1400 € / month  for stays of 1 to 6 months, prorated to the number of days

  • 150 €.  Amount awarded once per stay, upon the arrival of the fellow
  • Insurance costs
  • Travel expenses for interuniversity training

Scholarship Eligibility

Benin, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Cuba, Ecuador, Ethiopia ( only for training in English ), Haiti, Madagascar, Morocco, Niger, Peru, Philippines, DR Congo, Rwanda, Senegal, Vietnam

  • Either from a developing country. To be eligible, applicants must reside and work in their country at the time of submission;
  • Only nationals of the following countries are allowed to apply for ARES scholarships: Benin, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Cuba, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Haiti, Madagascar, Morocco, Niger, Peru, Philippines, DR Congo, Rwanda, Senegal, Vietnam ;
  • Either less than 40 years old for courses, and less than 45 years old for internships, at the beginning of the training;
  • Holds a diploma comparable to a 2nd cycle degree in Belgian university education. However, for some courses, different requirements may be stated, which will then be specified below;
  • Demonstrates a relevant professional occupation in a developing country at least two years after the end of the second cycle of the university, or three years after graduation when the candidate holds a postgraduate degree by a university in an industrialized country;
  • Have a good knowledge of written and spoken French. For courses organized in another language, it is necessary to have a good knowledge of the language of the course, written and spoken. Candidates will also be asked to commit to learning French in order to participate in everyday life in Belgium;
  • Postulated for a single training

Others

Applicants must have a good knowledge of written and spoken French. For training organized in another language, it is necessary to have good knowledge of the course language, written and spoken. They also ask the candidate to commit to learning French in order to participate in daily life in Belgium.

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Federation Wallonia Brussels Belgium

Belgium