The Engineering for Development (E4D) Continuing Education Scholarship Program will award scholarships for travel and living expenses to candidates from low-income countries to attend continuing education programs at ETH Zurich.
In addition to receiving financial support, candidates selected for the program will receive training and acquire skills to improve the socio-economic status of their home countries.
Application Deadline: 30th November, 2020.
For successful candidates, the following will be covered by the scholarship:
To be eligible for consideration for the scholarship, applicants must-
If the continuing education program requires a minimal level in another language, proof of this level should also be submitted.
Applicants should contact the program coordinator of their chosen continuing education program concerning the admission process timeline in order to be able to obtain an admission letter before the E4D scholarship application deadline.
However, in case an application to the E4D continuing education scholarship is valid but not selected, the fee can be paid back to candidates from low income countries.
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After ensuring your country is eligible, follow the instructions in the foregoing to register:
Check the “School for Continuing Education” to get an overview of the different programmes.
The certificate of employment letter must be sent to the E4D program office directly through your employer (and not you).
Applications through email or by post will not be considered.
The Engineering for Development (E4D) Continuing Education Scholarship Program supports candidates from low-income countries by granting them scholarships to attend continuing education programs at ETH Zurich.
The program seeks to improve the knowledge and skills of future leaders with the perspective of contributing to capacity development and poverty reduction in their home countries.
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