For fellows who enroll in the Dual Career Training Programme to obtain a PhD in Governance (GPAC²) in the 2015 academic year, starting 1 March 2015, the following tuition is applicable.
Year one: € 8000
Subsequent years: € 6000 (per year)
The tuition fees include all programme-related costs except books, specific research costs, travel costs and accommodation.
The GPAC2 programme offers the option to apply for the Ekwueme fellowship. Click here for more information.
Netherlands Fellowship Programme (NFP)
The NFP scholarship is specifically targeted at people from 51 home countries to study in The Netherlands. More information is available here.
The NFP scholarship does not offer full funding. The fellowship is intended to complement salary payment of fellows . The fellowship is intended to cover extra expenses such as tuition, rent, visa expenses, travel expenses, insurance and research expenses. The fellowship covers a maximum of 48 months, and it is required to share time between home country and The Netherlands. The fellow can travel to The Netherlands for the GPAC2 workshops and supervisory meetings, and Nuffic offers a fixed amount to add to the travel expenses.
How to apply:
- The candidate should request academic acceptance to the GPAC2 programme first (fill out the GPAC2 application form fully), to allow Maastricht University / MGSOG-UNU-MERIT to process the application. You cannot obtain the NFP fellowship if we do not accept you in the GPAC2 programme.
- The candidate needs to verify he/she is fully eligible for the NFP fellowship and collect the required information and documents. The candidate can apply for NFP for PhD fellows (NFP-PhD) starting 1 September 2016, using the programme Atlas via this link (https://www.atlas-candidate.nl/index/26)., choosing the option PhD studies. The application for the Nuffic fellowship needs to be completed before 4 Oktober 2016. (please note this is 3 weeks before the GPAC2 programme deadline). Please keep your copy passport, Employer statement, Government statement and (if you have) admission letter.
- The UM will nominate candidates to Nuffic, before 3 November 2016.
- Nuffic and local Dutch embassies will further deal with the applications. The UM will be informed on the outcome, and if successful we will inform the candidate and financially arrange the scholarship distribution.
In case you wish to apply for other external scholarships, we gladly assist you in this effort after you have been accepted in the programme, with recommendations and proof of enrollment. Before you have been accepted in the programme, we can only indicate that you have applied for the programme, and confirm your eligibility to participate in a PhD programme to the funding institute. However, we cannot offer letters of acceptance or letters of recommendation.