University of Birmingham

University of Birmingham is now accepting scholarship application for people interested in applying to the MSc Conflict, Security, and Development curriculum. Citizens of specified developing nations with appropriate professional expertise and a history of supporting their governments’ development efforts are eligible for the Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program (JJ/WBGSP).

If you wish to apply for this scholarship, kindly read this article to the end for easy steps on how to apply.

Opportunity Description

University of Birmingham is now accepting scholarship application for people interested in applying to the MSc Conflict, Security, and Development curriculum. Citizens of specified developing nations with appropriate professional expertise and a history of supporting their governments’ development efforts are eligible for the Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program (JJ/WBGSP).

A growing area of focus is conflict, security, and development, and this program will provide a clear connection between theoretical and actual policy approaches to conflict analysis and resolution. Wide-ranging topics, including accountability and transparency, corruption, conflict, political solution, human rights, participation, access to justice, democratization, and state-building, will all be discussed in the present. The focus will be on developing nations, making it interesting for individuals currently involved in the field and fresh graduates looking for jobs in government, development, or NGOs that support governance, state-building, and peace.

Brief Details

  • Offered by: University of Birmingham
  • Scholarship by: Joint Japan and World Bank
  • Deadline for Scholarship: N/A
  • Duration: Two years
  • Type: Scholarship
  • Eligible Nations for Scholarship: Be a citizen of a developing country (Afghanistan included)

 Benefits of the Scholarship

The following advantages are available to chosen applicants for the Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship:

  • At the beginning of your study program and shortly following the conclusion of the scholarship period, economy-class air travel from your home country to the host university is included. Scholars will also get two round-trip airline tickets and a $500 US travel reimbursement for each trip.
  • Your graduate program’s tuition and the price of your university-provided basic health insurance.
  • During the scholarship period, a monthly subsistence grant to cover all living costs is provided in school (accommodations, food, etc., including books). Depending on the host nation, the allowance varies in size.

Eligibility Criteria for Scholarship

Application requirements for the Joint Japan/World Bank Scholarship (JJ/WBGSP) include the following:

  • Applicant must be a citizen of developing countries on this list that is a member of the World Bank.
  • Not possess dual citizenship in any advanced nation.
  • Possess good health.
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree (or its equivalent) acquired at least three years before the application deadline.
  • Have a Bachelor’s (or equivalent) degree and at least three years of recent job experience in development.
  • Be paid, full-time employment doing development-related work when you submit your scholarship application.
  • Possess a Bachelor’s degree (or an equivalent university) that you earned no more than three years ago and obtained no more than six years before the application deadline.
  • Before submitting your application, you must attach the letter of admission.
  • The phrase “near related” is defined as Mother, Father, Sister, Half-Sister, Brother, Half-Brother, Son, Daughter, Aunt, Uncle, Niece, or Nephew. You also cannot be an Executive Director, their alternate, or staff of any appointment of the World Bank Group.

Documents Requirement for Scholarship

  • Submit One Online Application (found in apply now button below)
  • Two recommendation letters,
  • Evidence demonstrating the applicant’s eligibility in the years of most recent development-related activity.
  • The applicant’s Bachelor’s degree transcript and, if relevant, the applicant’s most recent graduate degree transcript. (Never upload or use a transcript as a replacement for a diploma.
  • unconditional letter of admission to the JJ/WBGSP participating master’s program for the forthcoming academic year, excluding financial considerations.

How to Apply?

To apply, click the apply now button below.

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For more information about MSc Conflict, State Building and Development Field Scholarship by World Bank, refer to Birmingham University’s website.

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