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Fully Funded World Bank Scholarship Grants List 2021/2022

Fully Funded World Bank Scholarship Grants List 20212022

World Bank Scholarship Grants is for talented students who wants to pursue their Masters from some chosen developing countries, which is open for the academic session 2021/2022.

World Bank Scholarship Program provides scholarships to international students who wish to further their education in one of the 48 participating programs at a university in the United States, in Europe, Africa, Oceania, and Japan, and in key areas of development, including economic policy management, fiscal policy, and infrastructure management.

Please be informed that you should apply separately to any of these 48 World Bank scholarship programs on the official website of the preferred university.

What is the World Bank Scholarship About?

World Bank scholarship program seeks to promote the World Bank Group’s mission of creating new dynamic approaches to capacity development and knowledge sharing in the developing world.

It is a significant aspect of the Bank Group’s efforts to contribute to the economic development and shared prosperity through investing in education and developing human resources in the developing world.

Details of the Fully Funded World Bank Scholarship Grants List 2021/2022

Degree Level: Masters

Application Deadline:Mid May 2022

Value of Scholarship: Fully Funded ( Travel + Tuition Fees + Allowance etc)

Host Countries: Applicants Choice ( USA, Canada, France, Japan etc)

Eligible Countries:

Africa: Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cape Verde, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, DR Congo, Republic of Congo, Côte d’Ivoire, Djibouti, Dominica, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Fiji, Gambia, Ghana, Grenada, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Guyana, Haiti, Kenya, Kiribati, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Maldives, Mali, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, Micronesia, Mozambique, Niger, Nigeria, Papua New Guinea, Rwanda, Samoa, São Tomé and Príncipe, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands, Somalia, South Sudan, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Sudan, Tanzania, Timor-Leste, Togo, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

Asia: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, Honduras, Iraq, Lebanon, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Syrian Arab Republic, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Palestine, Yemen.

Europe:  Kosovo, Kyrgyz Republic.

America: Nicaragua, Venezuela

Major Gains of the World Bank Scholarship

The successful students will be awarded the following benefits:

  • Round-trip air travel between your home country and the host university;
  • Besides airline tickets, a travel allowance of US $500 for each trip;
  • Tuition fee exemption;
  • Basic medical coverage;
  • Accommodation on campus,
  • A monthly allowance, the amount of which varies depending on the host country.

Available Masters Program

Candidates must be aware of applying separately to one of these 48 programs on the official website of the relevant university and be admitted to be considered for the scholarship:

University Eligible Program
Asian Institute of Technology (Thailand) Sustainable Energy Transition
Asian Institute of Technology (Thailand) Water Engineering and Management
Australian National University (Australia) Climate Change
Australian National University (Australia) Environmental and Resource Economics
Australian National University (Australia) Environmental Management and Development
Australian National University (Australia) Public Administration
Australian National University (Australia) Public Policy
Brandeis University (USA) Master of Arts in Sustainable International Development
Brandeis University (USA) Conflict Resolution and Coexistence
Brandeis University (USA) Global Health Policy and Management
University of Carinthia (Austria) Management of Conservation Areas
University Columbia (USA) School of International and Public Affairs – Economic Policy Management
University Columbia (USA) Public Policy
University Columbia (USA) Development Practices
Cornell University (USA) Professional Studies in Global Development
Erasmus University Rotterdam (Netherlands Urban Management and Development
Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government (UK) Public Administration in International Development
IHE Delft Institute (Netherlands) Environmental Science and Technology
IHE Delft Institute (Netherlands) Sanitation
IHE Delft Institute (Netherlands) Water Management and Governance
University chrétienne internationale (RD Congo Public Economics
Johns Hopkins University (USA) Master of Public Health – International Health and Epidemiology
Keio University (Japan) Business and Commerce & Taxation Policy Management
Kobe Institute of Computing (Japan Information Systems
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA) Data Economics and Development Policy
Meiji University (Japan) Public Policy
National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS) (Japan) Tax Force of the Public Finance Program
Pennsylvania State University (USA) Architectural Engineering
Saitama University (Japan) International Graduate Program on Civil and Engineering
SOAS University of London (UK) International Finance and Development
University of Birmingham (UK Conflict, State building and Development
University of British Columbia (Canada) International Forestry
University of California-Berkeley (USA) Master of Development Practice
Université Clermont-Auvergne FERDI (France) Master in Economic Policy Management
Université Félix Houphouët Boigny (France) Economic Policy Management Program
University of Hong Kong (China) Urban Design ( MUD)
University for Peace (United Nations) Peace Education
University of Reading (UK) Agricultural and Development
University of Reading (UK) Climate Change and Development
University of Reading (UK) Development Finance
University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Public Policy (GraSPP) (Japan) Master of Public Policy International Program
University of Tokyo (Japan) International Program on Agricultural Development Studies (Global Agricultural Science
University of Tsukuba (Japan) Masters Program in Economic and Public Policy
University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA) Educational Policy Studies
University of Wollongong (Australia) Educational ( TESOL)
Vrije Universiteit (Netherlands) Health System Policy and Management
Williams College (USA) Master of Arts in Policy Economics
Yokohama National University (Japan) Infrastructure Management Program

Admissible Criteria for World Bank Scholarship

To be considered for this educational opportunity, applicants must meet these requirements below:

  • Be a national of a World Bank member country (list above);
  • Must not have the dual nationality of a developed country;
  • Applicants cannot be a staff of the World Bank and not be a close relative
  • Hold an undergraduate degree (or equivalent university degree) obtained at least three years before the application deadline.
  • Have at least three years of paid development-related employment. The only exception to this criterion is for nationals of developing countries of a country that is on the list of fragile and conflict states. In these exceptional cases, consideration will be given to the limited employment opportunities in the countries listed.
  • On or before the scholarship application deadline, have been admitted unconditionally to one of the participating master’s programs and located outside the applicant’s country of citizenship and residence.

Note : The Following Countries are exempted from the fifth point listed above, these countries are considered as fragile and in conflict: Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo, DR Congo, Eritrea, Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Haiti, Iraq, Kiribati, Kosovo, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Mali, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Niger, Nigeria, New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, Timor-Leste, Tuvalu, Venezuela, Palestine, Yemen, Zimbabwe.

The Aspiring students must have a degree (or work) related to one of the following areas

  1. Finance, competitiveness, and innovation
  2. Governance
  3. Macroeconomics, trade, and investment
  4. Poverty reduction and equity / shared prosperity
  5. Education
  6. Health, nutrition, and population
  7. Social protection and employment
  8. Agriculture and food
  9. Climate change
  10. Environment and natural resources
  11. Social, urban, rural, and resilience
  12. Water
  13. Energy and extractive
  14. Infrastructure
  15. Development in fragility, conflict and violence

How to apply World Bank Scholarship

The call for applications for a JJWBGSP Scholarship will open in late March 2022 and the deadline for applying will be around mid-May 2022. Guidance for the 2022 call for applications, including the call’s:

Step one: Instructions and requirements to submit an application, the eligibility criteria applicants must meet; and the selection process are provided  in the Application Guidelines, FAQs and the complete list of JJ/WBGSP participating master degree program offered.

Step two: Inquiries on how to submit an admission application to a Participating program should be submitted to the respective university. All applicants to the JJ/WBG will need to have an unconditional offer of admission from a participating program to be eligible to apply.

Step three: Click Here to apply, you can use the Accessing your online application and Navigating your online application to learn the process.

Check the Official Website for More details

FAQs

Is the World Bank Scholarship 2021/2022 legit?

Yes it is, the World Bank Group was established in 1944 and its headquarters is situated at Washington, D.C. They have over10,000 employees in more than 120 offices worldwide.

Since 1982, the Program has helped to form a pool of over 6,000 well-trained and experienced development professionals, transforming their countries and positively impacting future generations.

Is the Application form out for the World Bank Scholarship 2021?

No, not yet. As of last year, the World Bank Scholarships Program offers two sources of funding for graduate studies in development-related fields for mid-career professionals and researchers:

To be qualified for a World Bank Scholarship in 2021, developing country nationals will have to be admitted to a master’s degree program that is among this new set partner and selected master degree programs.

What can aspirants do before the Next batch of the scholarship?

Please read the information posted on their website www.worldbank.org to check the eligibility requirements. Below are some useful information:

  • Identify a university advisor abroad who will sponsor your fellowship funded Ph.D. research. Please note, World Bank Scholarship does not provide guidance on choosing a host institution or research advisor.
  • Ensure both your Ph.D. advisor and your host university advisors are aware of and support your proposal for research that would be funded by a World Bank Scholarship
  • Begin gathering required documentation for the fellowship application, including (1) if you are employed, proof of current employment; (2) diploma of highest degree earned; and (3) an official statement from your current university that you are either: (i) currently enrolled as a Ph.D. student and have completed all coursework and exam requirements for your doctoral program; or (ii) currently enrolled in a research-only Ph.D. program.

Who can apply for World Bank scholarship?

To gain preference, aspirants must:

  • Be a national of a World Bank member developing country
  • Not hold dual citizenship of a developed country
  • Be 35 years of age or younger on the Application Deadline date
  • Be enrolled in a Ph.D. program in a member developing country of the World Bank at the time of application
  • Reside in a member developing country of the World Bank since enrolled in the Ph.D. program;
  • Have completed all coursework and exam requirements for attaining a Ph.D. at the time of application;
  • Have a Ph.D. thesis centered on a field of development.
  • Not be a staff member (which includes consultant) or a relative of a staff member of the World Bank Group.

NOTICE! All eligibility criteria must be adhered to. No exceptions are made. Eligibility criteria will not change during an open call for applications. However, this information is subject to change between the close of one application process and the opening of the next.

The World Bank 2021 Scholarship application must be completed online by the Application Deadline date and include:

  • The completed application form
  • An agreement to the terms and conditions for an RSMFP fellowship listed on the Application Form’s Signature Page;
  • A completed recommendation form submitted online by the host university research advisor
  • A completed recommendation form submitted online by the Ph.D. thesis supervisor.
  • All required documents must be uploaded online. Any documents an applicant provides by email, post, or an

How are the Selections for the World Bank Scholarships made?

World Bank Scholarship uses the following process to review completed applications with the aim to select eligible candidates with the most innovative and significant research proposals in the area of development.

Two qualified reviewers independently review each eligible application to assess the following:

Quality of the proposed fellowship (70%)

Prospects for a productive career in research on development post-PhD (30%).

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