Graduate Institute Africa and Middle East Scholarships, Switzerland 2022 is open to students from the Middle East and Africa.
The Graduate Institute in Geneva offers Master’s and Ph.D. scholarships to the best postgraduates from the Middle East and Africa who wish to study there. Former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, Sibusio Bengu, the first black Vice-Chancellor of a South African university, and Osita Eze, the first black Vice-Chancellor of a South African university, are among the Graduate Institute’s alumni.
The Graduate Institute is designed to assist outstanding scholars from all over the world. In various proportions, financial aid packages may include cost-of-living scholarships, tuition reductions, and/or a paid position. Aid is distributed based on both financial needs and academic merit. Students who meet specific eligibility criteria can apply for a variety of special scholarship opportunities.
A full-tuition scholarship for students from Africa and the Middle East.
To be eligible for the Graduate Institute Geneva Africa & Middle East Scholarships, the following criteria apply:
- Candidates must have a diploma from a Middle East or African university or hold citizenship of a MEA country.
- They must demonstrate financial need and an excellent academic interest and performance.
The candidates’ eligibility is assessed by the Financial Aid Committee according to the application file, which includes documents justifying financial needs and
- a motivation letter and the request for financial aid,
- academic results,
- letters of references and other relevant information.
Deadline: January 15, 2022.
For more information on the Graduate Institute Africa and Middle East Scholarships, visit the official site.