Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) Scholarship
Check the tab "Tuition&fellowships" at the webpage of the MSc in Sanitation for the latest information about this scholarship
A limited number of EU Erasmus Mundus Scholarships is available on a competitive basis for the Floodrisk and GroundwatCh Programmes, starting in 2021. Read more about fellowships opportunities on the website of the programmes.
Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education (LPDP)
The Indonesian Education Scholarship (BPI) for PhD programmes is a scholarship programme funded by the Indonesian government and is managed by LPDP to finance higher education in Indonesian or overseas institutions. It involves a full scholarship for programmes at top universities. The applicants targeted for the BPI scholarship are Indonesian citizens with excellent academic achievement and strong leadership quality who wish to continue pursuing studies on a Master’s or PhD level.
IHE Delft's PhD degrees are awarded jointly with a relevant partner university (Delft University of Technology, Wageningen University and Research, University of Amsterdam, Twente University) depending on the affiliation of the professor with who you’ll be registered. Therefore the IHE Delft PhD programme is eligible for funding from LPDP.
more info: LPDP Website
Inlaks Scholarships provide the opportunity to young Indian people with exceptional talent in any field to broaden their vision abroad and improve their skills to operate in society, thus making them a future vehicle of change in their environment. The scholarships are of two types: university courses and specific programs.
more info: www.inlaksfoundation.org
JN Tata Endowment for the Higher Education of Indians
The JN Tata Endowment for the Higher Education of Indians has been helping Indian students since 1892 with loan scholarships for higher studies. People consider it a matter of great pride to be called a 'JN Tata Scholar'. There are now more than 5,004 JN Tata Scholars all over the world.
more info: www.jntataendowment.org
Joint Japan Worldbank Graduate Scholarship Programme (JJ/WBGSP)
The Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program is open to women and men from developing countries with relevant professional experience and a history of supporting their countries’ development efforts. JJWBGSP is envisaging opening the 2021 application period late March 2021 with a deadline for applying around mid-May 2021. Please note however that these dates are still tentative.
An update will be published on the JJWBGSP website in the second half of January 2021. Please check the website around that time. Part of the application procedure will be that you have to ask to referees to upload a recommendation letter in your application for a JJWBSP scholarship. We advise you to already think about possible referees you may ask. We advise you to already think about possible referees you may ask. Up to 5 scholarships will be available for the academic year which start in 2021.
The following MSc Programmes/Specializations are eligible:
If you are not admitted to one of these above programs, you are not eligible to apply for a JJWBGSP Scholarship in 2021 to study at IHE Delft.
more info: www.worldbank.org
MENA (or MSP) scholarship programme for short courses
The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Scholarship Programme (or MSP) offers scholarships for short courses to professionals from ten countries. The scholarships can be used for short courses in the Netherlands. The programme is funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
IHE Delft will provide water professionals from seven MENA countries (Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine and Yemen) and Sudan with MSc level education in Delft on relevant topics for MENA region water scarcity.
For the MSc programmes starting in October 2021, the scholarship application deadline is 1 June 2021.
more info: www.un-ihe.org/mena-cd-fellowships
National Fellowships in Latin America
These fellowships are for nationals from the mentioned Latin American country. As IHE Delft is a UNESCO affiliated Institute and not a regular university, it may not appear in their website listings of eligible institutions. It is worth applying for funding once you have been academically accepted by IHE Delft, as these organisations will most likely consider your fellowship application. The name UNESCO-IHE (former name of IHE Delft) may appear in some application systems.
- COLFUTURO - Colombia
- CONICYT - Chile
- CONACYT - Mexico
- CONAPE - Costa Rica
- GUATEFUTURO - Guatemala
- HONDUFUTURO - Honduras
- ICETEX - Colombia
- IFARHU - Panama
- SENECYT - Ecuador
Your country might also offer individual fellowships for studies abroad, contact your national Ministry of Education or a similar organisation/agency for more information.
OFID sponsors outstanding young students from developing countries through graduate studies in a development-related discipline. OFID awards its scholarships to qualified applicants who have obtained or are on the verge of completing their undergraduate degree and who wish to study for a Master’s degree.
Applicants must be from a developing country (except OFID Member Countries), and he/she must first obtain admission to pursue a Master’s degree studies in a relevant field of development, from any recognized university/college in the world.
more info: www.ofid.org
Orange Knowledge Programme
For All 18 months Delft-based MSc programmes, the one-year MSc programme in Sanitation and the joint programme in Limnology and Wetland Management, which will start in October 2021, partial OKP scholarships will be made available. The OKP scholarship will cover the first 12 months of your MSc study. Funding for the remaining months (estimated at EUR 15,000), needs to be covered from other sources. We strongly advise you to search for this co-funding (private means, employer, other). Visit our Orange Knowledge scholarship for MSc Programmes page for more info.
There will be OKP scholarships available for our short courses in 2021: visit our Short Course Scholarship page for more info.
Rotary Scholarship for Water and Sanitation Professionals
The strategic partnership between The Rotary Foundation (TRF) and IHE Delft Institute for Water Education aims to tackle the world’s water and sanitation crisis by increasing the number of trained professionals to devise, plan, and implement solutions in developing and emerging countries. Through this partnership, a limited number of scholarships are awarded annually for graduate students at IHE Delft Institute for Water Education’s campus in the Netherlands. These scholarships are designed to promote long-term productive relationships between Rotarians and highly skilled water and sanitation professionals in their communities.
For the MSc programmes starting in October 2021, the Rotary scholarship application deadline is 15 April 2021.
Schlumberger Foundation/Faculty for the Future
The Schlumberger Foundation Faculty for the Future program is awarding fellowships and supporting women academics in science and engineering from developing and emerging countries for their advanced graduate study at top universities abroad.
more info: www.facultyforthefuture.net
The SIDS programme is aimed at water professionals from small island developing states.
For the MSc programmes starting in October 2021, the scholarship application deadline is 1 June 2021.
more info: www.un-ihe.org/sids-fellowships-1
StuNed Scholarship Programme
The programme is implemented by Nuffic Neso Indonesia on behalf of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Indonesia. All Delft-based MSc programmes are eligible for StuNed.
For the MSc programmes starting in October 2021, the following deadlines apply for StuNed application:
-Start date of application period for Stuned scholarship: 18 January 2021
-Deadline for submitting an online application for admission with IHE Delft: 24 February 2021
more info: www.un-ihe.org/stuned
WMO is partnering with IHE Delft to jointly support two to three fellowships a year from developing and least developed countries to undertake an MSc in one of the agreed IHE Delft programmes.
One of the eligibility requirements is that you are eligible for application and have applied for an Orange Knowledge Scholarship (OKP) as well.
To be considered for a fellowship for the academic year 2021-2023 under WMO / IHE Delft joint funding applicants must:
- 1. have unconditional admission to one of the following IHE Delft MSc programmes: Hydrology and Water Resources; Hydraulic Engineering and River Basin Development; Irrigation Engineering and Management for Food Security; Hydroinformatics - Modelling and Information Systems for Water Management; Coastal Engineering and Port Development; Water Management and Governance
- 2. complete and submit a WMO Fellowship Nomination Form (FNF) to WMO by 1 March. The FNF MUST be submitted through, and approved by, the Permanent Representative (PR) of your country with WMO. You will find the contact of your country’s Permanent Representative in the WMO Country Profile Database. WMO can only consider your request for fellowship if your application is formally presented through the officially designated Permanent Representative (PR) of your Government with the Organization. This is usually the Director of National Meteorological and Hydrometeorological Service(s). Please note that the PR may give preference to personnel from the National Meteorological Service or National Hydrological Service of their country. The WMO Fellowship Nomination Forms (FNF) are available here.
- 3. have also applied for a scholarship from the Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP). More information on the eligibility criteria and application procedure can be found here.
- 4. be medically fit (click here for details).
For WMO to consider the fellowship nomination all of the above conditions must be met. Successful and unsuccessful applicants will be notified through the PR of their country by the end of July 2020. For further information email: email@example.com.
more info: www.wmo.int
WWF EFN Professional Development Grants
The World Wildlife Fund's EFN Professional Development Grants (PDGs) provide support for mid-career nature conservationists to pursue short-term, non-degree training to upgrade their knowledge and skills. These trainings can include short courses, certificate trainings, or conferences among other training opportunities. PDGs support training-related costs, including registration fees and tuition, meals and accommodations, books and materials, international travel, visa fees, and local transportation.
All applicants must complete an application by one of the deadlines noted below.
- November 1, 2020 - ONLINE or local trainings/conferences only
- February 1, 2021
- May 1, 2021
- August 1, 2021
Your country might also offer individual scholarships for studies abroad, contact your national Ministry of Education or a similar organisation/agency for more information.
Short Course Scholarships
Click here for more information about scholarships for short courses