Scholarships in Belgium for International students are open now. Doctoral students who want to pursue their Ph.D. Degree in Belgium can apply to the Ghent University Doctoral Scholarship program. Ghent University is one of the oldest and top-ranked universities in Belgium which was established by King William of the Netherlands. It is the best opportunity for students to study in Europe.
This scholarship provides students with a multicultural experience in Belgium. Students get to study in a professional environment with the best research skills and mentors. Students will learn about their 24 months of study in North Belgium at the University of Ghent, these 24 months of their study will be supported by a Scholarship program and while the last 24 months of research will be done in South developing countries, the finances of research will be taken care by the individual itself. This scholarship supports fully funded 24 months of your doctoral degree program. Students will not only get ambitious but this international scholarship makes students professional in their fields so they can serve society in a better way.
Students get fully funded scholarship opportunities at the University of Ghent. The scholarship program covers all the tuition fees and other living expenses of students, so students do not have to worry about any cost of their living in Belgium as it is a top university not only in Belgium but also in Europe. It has more than 200 academic fields of study. All the details about the scholarship program are explained below:
Host Country: Belgium
Host University: Ghent University
Financial Assistance: Fully Funded
Degree Program: Doctoral
Scholarship Value/ Inclusions:
The following are the scholarship benefits covered:
- The scholarship covers a tuition fee of Euro 310 monthly
- Students are provided with a stipend of Euro 8000 to cover all the expenses of student stay in Belgium
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The following eligibility criteria should be met:
- The applicant must be from one of the above-mentioned countries.
- Applicant must submit a proposal to Ghent University.
- Development-related research topics are encouraged.
- Applicants can apply to joint Ph.D. Degree Programs.
- For Ghent University Doctoral Scholarship Program, female students should apply, because preference will be given to female applicants.
How to Apply:
Students can apply through the mail mentioned below. Students just need to apply online, fill in all the information, and upload all the required documents. Students can send all the required documents to BOFapplication@ugent.be. through
February 20, 2024.