For a master’s degree in management, the University of Bradford will be offering United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) scholarships in 2023. Applying for this scholarship is available here. Your application must be submitted by a deadline that varies. This scholarship is offered by the University of Bradford and is worth just the full cost of tuition. This scholarship is available to All citizens.
Eight fully financed postgraduate scholarships given via distance learning for staff members of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) – Africa Program are now available, thanks to the School of Management at the University of Bradford.
Brief Details About UNDP Scholarships
- Host Country: England
- Host Institution: Bradford University
- Funding Type: Inly Tuition Fees
- Level of Study: Master’s Degree
- Fields of Study: Several Fields
- Eligible Students: International Students
- Gender: Male/Female
- Application Status: Open Now
- Application Deadline: Varies
Benefits of UNDP Scholarships
- Partial Funded
- No need to worry about the tuition fees; UNDP will cover the full tuition fees
- The best opportunity to continue your higher education under the supervision of UNDP
- Any employee working with the Africa program at the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) may apply
- All nationalities will be taken into consideration.
Candidates must have received a scholarship offer to enroll in their desired course of study
- a resume with the names of two recent references from the workplace.
- A 2,000-word personal essay outlining your goals for attending the university and outlining how you would put what you learn into practice to advance your career.
- Additionally, we would want to see some thought put into the theme you would like to concentrate on for your project and any potential contributions such research might have.
- Additionally, we would like you to explain why you choose to attend Bradford in general and how that decision supports your professional goals.
How to Apply?
Fill out a written personal statement describing how you want to profit from doing your chosen course at the university and how you hope to use the knowledge you gain there to advance your career.