Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP) International Scholarship Opportunities 2019

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Orange Knowledge Programme in collaboration with Dutch Universities in the Netherlands is announcing several opportunities for International Scholarship in 2019. This organization desires to advance the building of capacity, knowledge and quality of people as well as organizations both in the field of higher and vocational education. This scholarship is also awarded in other related fields in the programme countries.

The Orange Knowledge Programme scholarship is available for a selection of several short courses with duration (2 weeks to 12months) and master’s programmes (12-24 months)


Orange Knowledge Programme Courses

All courses that are eligible for an Orange Knowledge Programme scholarship for this application round are listed in Studyfinder. Click the link Studyfinder to search for all available scholarship offers. You can also find individual intuitions offering courses in the Orange Knowledge Programme.



The Orange Knowledge Programme is designed for mid-career professionals who are nationals of -and living and working in the following countries.


Value of Scholarship

The Orange Knowledge Programme scholarship is designed to serve as an extra stipend to the salary that you will continue to receive during your study period in the Netherlands. The stipend is a contribution towards your costs of living such as tuition fees, visa, travel, insurance etc. If applicable, the scholarship holder is expected to cover the difference between the actual costs and the scholarship amount.


Dates and deadlines

Orange Knowledge Programme provides 3 application rounds for individual scholarships in 2019. The most recent application round opened on 7 February.

Application deadlines vary per institution. After selecting a course, you need to contact the Dutch institution directly for more information about the application deadline.

Provisional opening for other application rounds will be 6 June 2019 and 5 September 2019.

For the current application round there is extra budget for Masters and Short courses for applicants of Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, Palestinian Territories, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Mali, Nigeria and Niger.


The process for the grant offer is as follows:

  1. Registration by candidate
  2. Dutch institution selects candidates and submits application for the grant.
  3. Eligibility check at the embassies and applications assessment
  4. Selection results published
  5. Scholarship offered


The desired Dutch institution will furnish you with additional information on the various steps associated with the application and selection procedures, as well as the eligibility criteria. You can also find additional contact information for the Dutch institutions on

Click the link for the official website

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