|Asian Institute of Technology||Sustainable Energy Transition|
|Asian Institute of Technology||Water Engineering and Management|
|Australian National University||Climate Change|
|Australian National University||Environmental and Resource Economics|
|Australian National University||Environmental Management and Development|
|Australian National University||Master of Public Administration|
|Australian National University||Master of Public Policy|
|Brandeis University||Master of Arts in Sustainable International Development|
|Brandeis University||Conflict Resolution and Coexistence|
|Brandeis University||Master's in Global Health Policy and Management | The Heller School at Brandeis University|
|Carinthia University||Management of Conservation Areas|
|Columbia University||School of International and Public Affairs — Economic Policy Management|
|Columbia University||Public Administration|
|Columbia University||Development Practice|
|Cornell University||Professional Studies in Global Development|
|Erasmus University Rotterdam||Urban Management and Development|
|Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government||Public Administration in International Development|
|IHE Delft Institute||Environmental Science and Technology|
|IHE Delft Institute||Sanitation|
|IHE Delft Institute||Water Management and Governance|
|International Christian University||Public Economics|
|Johns Hopkins University||Master of Public Health — International Health and Epidemiology|
|Keio University||Taxation Policy and Management|
|Kobe Institute of Computing||Information Systems|
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Data, Economics and Development Policy|
|Meiji University||Public Policy|
|National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS)||Tax Course of the Public Finance Program|
|Pennsylvania State University||Architectural Engineering|
|Saitama University||International Graduate Program on Civil and Environmental Engineering|
|SOAS University of London||International Finance and Development|
|University of Birmingham||Conflict, State Building and Development|
|University of British Columbia||International Forestry|
|University of California-Berkeley||Master of Development Practice|
|Université Clermont-Auvergne FERDI||Master in Economic Policy Management|
|Université Félix Houphouët Boigny||Economic Policy Management Program|
|University of Hong Kong||Urban Design (MUD)|
|University for Peace||Peace Education|
|University of Reading||Agriculture and Development|
|University of Reading||Climate Change and Development|
|University of Reading||Development Finance|
|University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Public Policy (GraSPP)||Master of Public Policy, International Program|
|University of Tokyo||International Program on Agricultural Development Studies (Global Agricultural Sciences)|
|University of Tsukuba||Master’s Program in Economic and Public Policy|
|University of Wisconsin-Madison||Educational Policy Studies|
|University of Wollongong||Education (TESOL)|
|Vrije Universiteit||Health Systems Policy and Management|
|Williams College||Master of Arts in Policy Economics|
|Yokohama National University||Infrastructure Management Program|
Joint Japan World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program 2021-2022 is open for WorldBank Member Developing Countries . The scholarship allows Masters level programm(s) in the field of Multi Subject, Development Related Topics taught at Japan Universities, USA Universities, Africa Universities See the list in detail description. The deadline of the scholarship is 21 May 2021.
The Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program (JJ/WBGSP) is open for students from developing countries with relevant professional experience and a history of supporting their countries’ development efforts who are applying to a master degree program in a development-related topic.
After completion of degree, the students is required to return to their home country to use their new skills and contribute to their countries’ social and economic development.
Details on Eligibility Criteria for each call for applications are provided in that call’s Application Guidelines, and these detailed eligibility criteria are strictly adhered to. No exceptions are made.
Broadly speaking, Developing Country nationals must:
Please note: All eligibility criteria are strictly adhered to. No exceptions are made. Eligibility criteria WILL NOT change during an open call for applications. However, this information is subject to change between the close of one application process and the opening of the next.
Applicants can apply for scholarships to one of the Participating Programs. :
SCHOLARSHIP TO ATTEND A PARTICIPATING PROGRAM:
ATTENTION: The call for applications for a JJWBGSP Scholarship will open on March 22, 2021 and the deadline for applying will be May 21, 2021. Guidance for the 2021 call for applications, including the call’s: (i) instructions and requirements to submit an application, the eligibility criteria applicants must meet; and the selection process are provided in the Application Guidelines, FAQs, and the complete list of JJ/WBGSP Participating Programs. Master Degrees currently offered.
Inquiries on how to submit an admission application to a Participating program should be submitted to the respective university. All applicants to the JJ/WBG will need to have an unconditional offer of admission from a participating program to be eligible to apply.
Once you are familiar with the application requirements and processes, click HERE to apply, and refer to the “Accessing your online application” and “Navigating your online application” to learn how access and navigate the online application.
The JJ/WBGSP uses the following process to review eligible scholarship applications from developing country nationals, with the aim of identifying the candidates with the highest potential, after completion of their graduate studies, to impact the development of their countries.
Two qualified assessors independently review each eligible application and score the application on a scale of 1 to 10, taking into account four main factors and the degree of cohesion among them:
The JJ/WBGSP Secretariat uses the average score of the two assessors and the following criteria to select the finalists:
The JJWBGSP Secretariat presents the finalists for the Participating Program scholarship to the JJ/WBG Steering Committee (composed of members of the World Bank Board of Directors and WB management) for approval. Winners are notified soon after the JJWBG Steering Committee approval.
A JJWBGSP scholarship provides
Multi Subject, Development Related Topics
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