Institute of Social Studies (ISS), 2019-2020

The Institute of Social Studies in The Hague of Erasmus University is an international postgraduate school and one of the oldest and largest centres for the comparative study of social, political and economic development.

City The Hague
OTS Scholarship programmes

Total number of scholarships: 2

The value of each scholarship is 7.000 

Eligible programmes: MA in Development Studies

Remaining tuition fee a student has to pay in case the OTS is awarded is approximately €10.000

NB: The scholarship does not cover living expenses. More information about daily expenses can be found here

Duration of the scholarship Entire duration of the studies
Deadline for application 1 April 2019

More information

www.iss.nl

Marianne van Dieren ()

+31 70 426 0460

Requirements 

  • Bachelor's degree
  • IELTS (min score 6.5 overall for the Academic Test) or TOEFL (min score 580 PBT; 237 CBT; 92 IBT). Please note that we do not accept TOEFL ITP
  • Professional experience relevant to the Major which the applicant wishes to study is normally expected and is a preference for admission
  • See ISS website


OTS application documents


Application deadline is 1 April 2019 

 

More about ISS 

The Institute of Social Studies in The Hague of Erasmus University is an international postgraduate school and one of the oldest and largest centres for the comparative study of social, political and economic development. 

In the MA programme you learn about the most recent theories and debates in your area of specialization and learn to apply this knowledge to practical issues of development and social change. Majors on offer:

- Agrarian, Food and Environmental Studies
- Economics of Development
- Governance and Development Policy
- Human Rights, Gender and Conflict Studies: Social Justice Perspectives
- Social Policy for Development
- Migration and Diversity

Students come from government, NGOs, universities and private companies, as well as some directly from their previous studies. The staff is drawn from around thirty countries from all over the world. The multicultural community at the ISS offers an excellent learning environment both inside and outside the classroom, in which students can gain from each others’ diverse experience.

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