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ARES Scholarships Belgium

Unlocking ARES Scholarships in Belgium: Your Path to Quality Education


ARES Scholarships Overview

International students can apply for ARES Scholarships, which are completely financed. These bursaries are available for training, master’s, and undergraduate programmes in Belgium.

These scholarships cover the expense of international travel as well as the tuition, return fees, and an arrival allowance of 1150 euros per month.

International students from underdeveloped nations who wish to pursue master’s degrees in Belgium are eligible for ARES Scholarships.

By the “Landscape” order of November 7, 2013, 127 higher education institutions came together to form the Academy of Research and Higher Education (ARES), a public interest organisation funded by the Federation Wallonie-Bruxile.

Its responsibility is to make sure that all of their activities are coordinated overall and to motivate them to form partnerships.

You have the opportunity to enrol in a 4- to 6-month advanced training course or a 1-year specialised master’s degree programme through the Wallonia-Brussels Federation of Belgium’s higher education institutions.

ARES Scholarships
ARES Scholarships

Scholarship Summary

  • Level of Study: Undergraduate / Masters / Training
  • Institution(s): ARES
  • Study Location: Belgium
  • Program Duration:
    • 4 Years for Undergraduate Degree Program
    • 1 Year for Master’s Degree Program
    • 4 to 6 Months for Internship / Training Program
  • Application Deadline: January 27

Courses Offered

Bachelor’s Scholarship:

  1. Specialized Bachelor in Business Data Analysis
  2. Specialized Bachelor in Pediatrics and Neonatology

Master’s Scholarship:

  1. Master’s Degree in Development, Environment, and Societies
  2. Master of Specialization in Human Rights
  3. Master of Specialization in Aquatic Resources Management and Aquaculture
  4. Master of Specialization in Risk and Disaster Management
  5. Specialized Master in Integrated Risk Management in the Global South (IManHR)
  6. Specialized Master in International and Development Economics
  7. Master of Specialization in Transfusion Medicine
  8. Specialized Master in Microfinance
  9. Master of Specialization in Integrated Production and Preservation of Natural Resources in Urban and Peri-Urban Areas
  10. Specialized Master in Public Health Methodology
  11. Master of Specialization in Public Health Sciences – Research Methods Applied to Global Health
  12. Master’s Degree in Environmental Science and Management in Developing Countries
  13. Master of Specialization in Transport and Logistics

Training Courses:

  1. Internship in Control and Quality Assurance of Medicines and Health Products
  2. Research Internship for Health Systems Strengthening
  3. Internship in Geographical Information System
  4. Internship in Valorization of Secondary Resources for Sustainable Construction
  5. Methodological Internship in Support of Innovation in Family Farming

Scholarship Coverage

ARES Scholarships offer recipients the following benefits:

  • For Bachelor and Master’s Scholarships:
    • International Travel Costs: Economy-class travel on an IATA-approved airline, with one round-trip ticket per academic year.
    • Living Allowance: €1,150/month for 12 months.
    • Indirect Mission Fees: €150 (once per stay).
    • Arrival Allowance, Tuition, and Return Fees: €700 (once per stay).
    • Registration Fees at the current rate for DGD grantees.
    • Insurance fees paid by ARES.
    • Inter-university training travel costs reimbursed based on real expenses.
  • For Training Course Grants:
    • International Travel Costs: Economy-class travel on an IATA-approved airline, one round-trip ticket.
    • Living Allowance: €83/day for stays of 8 to 17 days; €1,400/month for stays of 18 days to 1 month (set amount); €1,400/month for stays of 1 to 6 months, prorated to the number of days.
    • Indirect Mission Fees: €150 (once per stay).
    • Insurance fees paid by ARES.
    • Travel expenses for inter-university trainings reimbursed based on actual costs.

Eligibility Criteria for ARES Scholarships

To qualify for ARES Scholarships, applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Required Language: English or French
  • Eligible Countries: Nationals of select developing countries
  • Age Limit: Below 40 for degree programs, below 45 for training courses
  • Educational Background: Diploma comparable to a graduate-level diploma from Belgian university studies
  • Professional Experience: Minimum of two years in a developing country (three years for post-graduates from industrialized countries)
  • Language Proficiency: Proficiency in French or language of the training course
  • Apply for only one training course

Application Process for ARES Scholarships

To apply for ARES Masters and Internship Scholarships, follow these steps:

  1. Ensure you have an active GIRAF account.
  2. Create or validate your GIRAF account here.
  3. Log in to your GIRAF account and access the application form.
  4. Complete the form, saving your progress as needed.
  5. Once ready, submit your application. Note that it cannot be modified after submission.

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