A degree-seeking student wishes to obtain a diploma or degree at Ghent University.
coordinated by the International Training Centre
- Master of Science in Aquaculture: study programme - more information
- Master of Science in Bioinformatics - more information
- Master of Science in Environmental Sanitation: study programme - more information
- Master of Science in Food Technology: study programme - more information
- Master of Science in Nutrition and Rural Development study programme - more information
- Master of Science in Physical Land Resources:
- main subject Land Resources Engineering: study programme - more information
- main subject Soil Science: study programme- more information
- International Master of Science in Sustainable and Innovative Natural Resource Management (SINReM): study programme - more information
Erasmus Mundus Master Programmes
- International Master of Science in Environmental Technology and Engineering (IMETE): study programme - more information
- International Master of Science in Rural Development (IMRD): study programme - more information
Advanced Master Programme
- for Master Programmes
- for Erasmus Mundus Master Programmes
- IMRD: € 4,500/academic year for EU students – € 9,000/academic year for non-EU
- IMETE: max € 8,000/academic year
- SINReM: € 6,000/academic year for EU students, European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland – € 12,000/academic year for non-EU. European students can request a waiver from the Management Board to reduce the programme cost to as low as 2,000 €/year (including insurance). Applications received until 31 January are guaranteed to receive a waiver.
- for Advanced Master Programme click here
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IMPORTANT - keep in mind that applying for a scholarship and applying for admission at UGent are two different things. Applying for funding does not automatically imply that Ghent University has received your application. Being granted funding by no means implies being accepted at Ghent University.
Do respect the deadline of 1 March 2017 for scholarship application.
If you have filled out the admission application form for the IMRD-consortium, you have were already able to point out that you wish to be taken into consideration for one of the scholarship programmes of IMRD (VLIR-UOS, Erasmus Mundus, Consortium scholarship).
For applying for a VLIR-UOS scholarship:
The offer of the study programmes is as diverse as is the central topic of our research and education: the living matter. Most of our academic programmes are organized according to the European system:
- 1 and 2 year Master programmes, taught in English
- a PhD in Applied Biological sciences (possibly combined with a PhD training programme in one of the Doctoral Schools)
- Practical information: