Elisabeth & Amelie Fund – Grants for students from developing countries studying in Belgium
Language Requirement Not required
Level Non-Degree /Short program
Number of Opportunity: 10
Eligible Region/CountriesStudents from developing countries studying in Belgium
The Elisabeth & Amelie Fund supports sustainable water management in developing countries by funding on-the-spot internships for students from developing countries studying in Belgium, among other things. The Elisabeth & Amelie Fund offers a holistic approach to water management, taking into account technical and/or societal factors.
The internship will be held in a developing country (either the student’s home country or a different country). It will be linked to a master’s thesis or equivalent) and managed by the Belgian academic institution where the student is enrolled.
- Organizer: King Baudouin Foundation
- Deadline: October 20, 2022
- Location: One of the developing countries
- Grant amount: Up to 5,000 Euros
- Duration: 1-2 months
- Number of winners: 10
- The award will cover the internship costs up to a maximum of € 5,000.
- Ten awards will be given out.
- The internship will be in a developing country (either the student’s home country or another).
- It will be linked to a master’s thesis or equivalent and supervised by the Belgian academic institution where the student is enrolled.
- Students from developing countries who are pursuing a master’s degree, a specialized master’s degree, or a second bachelor’s degree in water management are eligible.
- The internship must last 1 to 2 months and take place between December 2022 and the end of August 2023.
- Approval documentation (approval by your main supervisor is necessary)
- A preliminary version of your thesis’s table of contents
- Budget in Detail (Use this template)
How to apply for Elisabeth & Amelie Fund – Grants for students from developing countries?
Fill the online application form
The internship must be related to water access or management in underdeveloped countries, and it must be a clear part of the candidate’s end-of-year project.
The candidate’s efforts at the local level, as well as the results that result from it, address crucial local issues.
The desired budget must correspond to the candidate’s requirements.
He or she must have sufficient financial means to finish the internship in the time allotted.
The candidate’s internship strategy or the structure in which he would operate are both novel. They differ from traditional approaches or frameworks in some ways.
What is learned throughout the internship adds significant value to the scientific approach that will be used to support the end-of-year thesis.
To learn more about Elisabeth & Amelia Fund Grants, please refer to King Baudouin Foundation’s website.
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