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: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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