University development cooperation is based on international solidarity. Mutual collaboration between academics in the North and the South is actively promoted.
In all its aspects, the cooperation must strive for quality and aim to achieve sustainable effects. A maximum degree of synergy and complementarity is sought with other donors and actors. It aims at the development of expertise in both North and South on topics related to developing countries.
Tuesday, 02/12/2014 at 19h30
Information session for foreign master students, titled “A PhD at Ghent University: how to start?”.
During this presentation the administrative steps in order to get accepted as a PhD student, as well as scholarship possibilities, will be presented.
Where: Blandijnberg 2, 9000 Gent, Auditorium B
You don’t need to confirm your presence
In case of question, you can contact Helke.Baeyens@UGent.be
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- Own Initiatives/TEAM and South Initiatives (SI):
- Flemish Ph.D. scholarships (VLADOC), Short Training Initiatives (KOI), International Conferences (INCO), International Training Programmes (ITP), Institutional University Cooperation(IUC) MMU (Uganda):
- Communication, Sensibilisation, Master Grants and ICP-PhD call:
- Institutional University Cooperation (IUC) UWC (South Africa), UEM (Mozambique), JU (Ethiopia) and MU-T (Tanzania) and Network University Cooperation (NETWORK) ESPOL (Ecuador)
- Institutional University Cooperation (IUC) JU (Ethiopia)
- Institutional University Cooperation (IUC) HU (Vietnam) and TEAM (Own Initiatieves):
- Network CTU (Vietnam), South Initiatives (SI) and Solvability:
- Foreign students advisor, scholarships for Flemish and EU-students:
Anneleen Van Laere