World Bank Scholarships are a great opportunity for international students who wish to continue their studies in one of the 48 participating programs at a university in Japan, Oceania, Africa, and the United States. Candidates will get scholarships also in the field of development, infrastructure management, fiscal policy, and economic policy management.
It has to led to a great contribution to the World Bank Group’s mission of shaping new dynamic approaches to knowledge sharing and capacity development. Interested candidates who wish to avail of this scholarship scheme should visit the official website of World Bank Scholarships to fill up the application form. The official schedule will be mentioned on the official website of the same only. The scholarship considers master’s level and the financing includes travel, tuition fees, and allowance. To get more information about the same, check out the complete post here.
World Bank Scholarships Benefits
- Round-trip airfare between the host university and your home country.
- Along with the airfare, a travel allowance of US$500 for each trip will also be offered.
- Tuition waiver.
- Basic medical coverage.
- On-campus housing.
- A monthly remuneration, the amount depending on the host country.
- Burkina Faso
- Cape Verde
- The central African Republic
- DR Congo
- Ivory Coast
- The Gambia
- Marshall Islands
- Papua New Guinea
- São Tomé and Príncipe
- Sierra Leone
- Solomon Islands
- South Sudan
- Saint Lucia
- Saint Vincent
- Syrian Arab Republic
- Kyrgyz Republic
- Sri Lanka
- El Salvador
World Bank Scholarships Master’s Program
Columbia- School of International and Public Affairs (USA)
- MPA in Economic Policy Management
- MPA in Development Practice and Master of Public Administration
Johns Hopkins (USA)
- Master of Public Health
University of Birmingham (UK)
- MSc Conflict, State Building, and Development
University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
- Master of Urban Design (MUD)
University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA)
- Educational Policy Studies
Vrije Universiteit – KIT (Netherlands)
- Health Systems Policy and Management
Australian National University Australia
- Master of Climate Change, Master of Environmental and Resource Economics, Master of Public Policy, and Master of Environmental Management and Development
Brandeis University (UK)
- Master of Arts in Sustainable International Development, Master of Science in Global Health Policy and Management, and Master of Arts in Conflict Resolution and Coexistence
Erasmus University Rotterdam- IHS (Netherlands)
- Master of Urban Management and Development
Harvard – Kennedy School of Government (USA)
- Master of Public Administration in International Development
IHE Delft Institute (Netherlands)
- MSc in Water and Sustainable Development
Keio University (Japan)
- Master in Taxation Policy and Management
National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (Grips) (Japan)
- Tax Course of the Public Finance Program
Saitama University (Japan)
- International Graduate Program on Environmental and Civil and Engineering
SOAS University of London (UK)
- MSc International Finance and Development
Stanford University (USA)
- Master in International Policy
University of California – Berkeley (USA)
- Master of Development Practice
University of Leeds (UK)
- Master of Public Health (International)
University of Oxford (UK)
- Blavatnik School of Government: Master of Public Policy, Department of International Development: MSc in Refugees and Forced Migration Studies
University of Sussex (UK)
- MA Environment, Development and Policy, MA Food and Development, MA Migration and Global Development and MSc Climate Change, Development and Policy
University of Tokyo (UK)
- Graduate School of Public Policy: Master of Public Policy, Graduate School of Agriculture and Life Science, International Program on Agricultural Development Studies
University of Tsukuba (Japan)
- Master’s Program in Economic and Public Policy
Williams College (USA)
- Master of Art in Policy Economics
Yokohama National University (Japan)
- Infrastructure Management Program
- The applicant should be a national of a World Bank member country mentioned above.
- The candidate should not possess the dual nationality of a developed country.
- He/ she should be in good health.
- A staff of the World Bank and a close relative are not eligible.
- One must possess a 3-year undergraduate degree (or equivalent degree) before the application deadline.
- The applicant must hold at least three years of paid development-related employment. Nationals of developing countries of a country that is on the list of weak and conflict states are exempted. In such cases, remuneration will be given to the limited employment opportunities in the countries mentioned above.
- The applicant should have a degree in one of the following fields:
- Finance, competitiveness, and innovation
- Macroeconomics, trade, and investment
- Poverty reduction and equity
- Health, nutrition, and population
- Social protection and employment
- Agriculture and food
- Climate change
- Environment and natural resources
- Social, urban, rural, and resilience
- Energy and extractive
- Development in a context of violence, conflict, and fragility
World Bank Scholarships Application Process
- The applications will be invited on a stipulated date and time and candidates have to submit the same before the last date of submission.
- Candidates must go through all the instructions and requirements to submit an application.
- They must meet all the eligibility criteria, go through the selection process as provided in the application guidelines, complete a list of participating programs, master’s degree offered, and FAQs.
- They must submit the admission application of a participating program to the respective university.
- All applicants to the WBG/ JJ will have an unconditional offer of admission from a participating program in order to apply.