The University of Bonn and the United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS) are offering up to eight fully funded scholarships for developing countries. These scholarships are available for pursuing Joint Master of Science (M.Sc.) programme “Geography of Environmental Risks and Human Security.”
The ultimate goal of the scholarship is to foster intercultural exchange and enable the students to contribute to the sustainable development of their home countries by applying the knowledge they acquired during the study program.
Non-native English speaking applicants must prove sufficient proficiency in the English language.
List of Subjects: Fields of expertise include Vulnerability Assessment, Ecosystem Services, Sustainable Development, Disaster Management, Climate Change Adaptation, Human-Nature Relationships, Science & Technology Studies, Development Geography, Geomorphology, Socio-Hydrology, Future Studies, GIS and Remote Sensing.
Scholarship can be taken in Germany
College Admission Requirement
Entrance Requirement: Eligible candidates should fulfil the following requirements in addition to the general eligibility criteria for the Master’s programme:
English Language Requirement: Non-native English speaking applicants must prove sufficient proficiency in the English language.
All documents must be scanned and sent together as one single PDF file. Only Epos applicants might organize their application in two files. The file size for each file should not exceed 8 Megabytes (MB). Send completed application packet to: email@example.com
Citizens of developing country can apply for these scholarships.
What is the study subject?:
Scholarships are “Geography of Environmental Risks and Human Security.”
The necessary course level:
Scholarships are available for pursuing Joint Master of Science (M.Sc.) programme
How much is the scholarship award?:
There are eight fully-funded scholarships available.
Criteria to be eligible:
How to apply this scholarship?:
A completed application packet consists of the following documents:
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