The purpose of the scholarship programme is to make the education offered in Estonia more accessible to students from development cooperation partner countries, enabling them to study in degree programmes and receive further training in fields that help achieve the development goals of their home country. Priority development cooperation countries for Estonia are Armenia, Botswana, Georgia, Kenya, Moldova, Namibia, Uganda, and Ukraine.
The applicant may be an Estonian-registered institution providing higher education, a research and development institution, or an institution offering continuing education (must comply with the Adult Education Act). The applicant must comply with the Government of the Republic’s 16.12.2021 requirement specified in Section 9, Subsection 1 of Regulation No. 122, “Conditions and procedures for providing development and humanitarian aid”. A private applicant must meet the requirement set out in Section 9, Subsection 3 of this same regulation.
The limits of the scholarship programme and self-financing are confirmed differently in the application cycles and are reflected in the invitation to apply.
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