Currently accepting applications
Type of Funding
The KALU Institute offers scholarships in the form of grants to eligible candidates who wish to undertake the Online Masters in International Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid program commencing 24 September 2019.
Besides project management, the course curriculum includes: sectors of humanitarian intervention, project management and implementation; the international legal framework, gender and cross cutting approaches, ethics in humanitarian work and in development cooperation and disasters and risk management.
There are 2 types of grants/scholarships: Grant 60 and Grant 30. Grant 60 is a bursary equivalent to a 60% reduction in the course fee and Grant 30 is a bursary equivalent to a 30% reduction in the course fee.
Students will graduate with a Masters degree and receive a Masters certificate with final grade and description of course contents. Upon the completion of each module, students will receive a separate course certificate for each of the 12 modules.
Applicants for Grant 60 must have been volunteers for at least 6 months, of NGOs, grass-roots organizations, or UN agencies. Those who are members, employees or volunteers of grass-roots organizations or local NGOs of countries receiving international cooperation are also eligible, as are employees who are local staff of international NGOs or UN agencies.
Applicants for Grant 30 must be or have been employees or members of NGOs, grass-roots organizations, UN agencies or donor agencies. Volunteers of NGOs, grass-roots organizations, or UN agencies are also eligible, as are citizens of countries receiving international cooperation. College students and the unemployed also come under this category.
Registration is to be done online. The program is currently accepting applications.