To qualify you must:
- have access to a computer with a reliable connection to the Internet, preferably a broadband Internet connection
- have a good command of the English language (ALTE Level 3, CEFR Level B2, or Cambridge ESOL FCE level)
- have basic computer literacy skills, i.e. email and use of an Internet browser
- be prepared to commit to approximately 5-6 hours of study time per week during the duration of the course
- be currently living and working in one of the Developing Countries outlined in these World Bank Reports
Please note: No previous experience of online learning is necessary.
Please ensure that you meet the eligibility criteria. Candidates who do not fulfil the criteria will not be considered for the scholarship.
- You fulfil all the scholarship eligibility criteria above.
- Your statement of interest contains about 250-300 words.
- You have basic computer literacy skills.
- You demonstrate ability to take what is learnt from the course beyond your present context, so as to benefit the profession more widely.
- You show evidence of further professional development, e.g. publications, conference presentations, positions of responsibility, etc.
- Write a supporting statement of your interest in the course of about 250-300 words, and your views on how this will contribute to your professional development.
- Fill in the online application form and submit your statement of interest.
- Review the deadlines for the scholarship application - late submissions will not be considered
Applications received after the scholarship deadline will not be considered.