Students in Master's and doctoral degree programme
September/ October 2018
The Master's course will be of one year duration and doctoral programme will be up to three/four year duration
Number of seats
65 seats are there for the scholarship out of which 26 have to be for PhD
Themes to apply
Science and technology for development
Strengthening health systems and capacity
Promoting global prosperity
Strengthening global peace, security and governance
Strengthening resilience and response to crises
Access, inclusion and opportunity
The candidate must not be older than 40 years as on February 7, 2018
Candidates applying for the Master's course should have completed or expected to complete the Bachelor degree by October 2018. The candidate must have 60% or above marks in Social Science subjects and 65% or above marks in Science subjects.
Candidates applying for the Doctoral degree should have completed or expected to complete the Master degree/qualifying examination by October 2018. The candidate must have 60% or above marks in Social Science subjects and 65% or above marks in Science subjects.
There's no need to take IELTS tests but as a further condition of the award, the university may ask student to provide evidence of a particular level of English language proficiency.
The students who are applying for Master's programme will have to submit a plan of studying and those who are applying for the Doctoral degree will have to submit a research proposal.