Scholarships for professionals from eligible countries who want to use their GEOScience skills to tackle global challenges in an international environment.
THE ORANGE KNOWLEDGE PROGRAMME AIMS TO CONTRIBUTE TO A SOCIETY'S SUSTAINABLE AND INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT
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The details on coverage can be found in the Obligations for OKP scholarship holders.
The Orange Knowledge Programme individual scholarships are open to mid-career professionals who are nationals of - and living and working in - the following countries.
This programme takes an application-oriented approach to collecting, processing, analyzing and visualizing spatial data. Graduates are at the forefront of one of today’s fastest growing industries.
Natural disasters, poverty, food shortage, epidemics, climate change: learn to tackle society’s greatest and most complex challenges with the use of spatial data.
Countries eligible for this scholarship
- Burkina Faso
- Congo - Kinshasa
- Palestinian Territories
- South Africa
- South Sudan
- 22 March 2023
You can apply for the Orange Knowledge Programme scholarship (step 5) if you:
- fulfil the below eligibility criteria (step 1)
- are unconditionally admitted to the Master's Spatial Engineering or Geo-information Science and Earth Observation (see step 2).
- At the University of Twente on 15 December 2022 (for pre-processing)
- At NUFFIC on 7 February 2023
Deadline (application form closes)
- At the University of Twente on 22 March 2023
- At NUFFIC on 30 March 2023