Tailored Opportunities: Orange Knowledge Scholarships for Short courses in IHE Delft Institute for Water Education


The Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP) issues scholarships for IHE Delft short courses. This program is initiated and fully funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and managed by Nuffic, the organization for internalization in education in The Netherlands.


Before you start to apply please review your eligibility at eligibility criteria OKP and check if your employer is willing to nominate you for the scholarship. 

 You should have at least a Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field of study, preferably some years of working experience and a good command of the English language. Some courses have specific requirements. The applicant should have academic admission at IHE Delft before applying for a scholarship. The scholarships are awarded in a competitive selection to highly motivated professionals who are in a position to introduce the newly-acquired skills and knowledge into their employing organization.


You need to have academic admission at IHE Delft before you can apply for a scholarship preferably before 23 September 2019. The application deadline 06 October 2019. The outcome of you application will be notified through email within two weeks, if accepted you will proceed with the scholarship application process. The result of the application will be announced middle of December 2019. The course will be held from 02 March to 17 July 2020.


Apply to a short course by following the application link on the webpage of the short course for the course you want to attend. After you receive acceptance letter for the short course you will apply for an OKP scholarship in the Delta system is available now: Delta application system

For more information please visit the link below: https://www.un-ihe.org/short-courses

Thank you Amdom Gebremedhin from Institute of Climate and Society, Mekelle University for sharing this interesting Opportunity. 

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