Scholarships for Developing Countries in different trainings by EPFL, Switzerland 2012

I hope that it is not cross posting as these are indeed supporting training for ESD / SE.

Please find the information below.

Scholarships Provided by: EPFL (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne) – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland

Scholarships Subject Areas: Disaster risk, climate change adaptation, environmental sciences, civil engineering, architecture, physics, mathematics, human sciences, sociology, geography

Scholarship Target Countries: Developing countries or Emerging Countries

Cooperation & Development Center (CODEV) at EPFL, Switzerland will be organising a course called Certificate of Advanced Studies in Disaster Risk Reduction (CDRR). This is the third batch for this special course.

The Certificate course will include a preparation phase at first where e-learning will be used, then a theory based school will be organised in Switzerland which will be followed by fieldwork in Bangladesh.

Altogether up to thirty candidates will be accepted for the certificate programme for this year.

Scholarships: Plenty of partial and full scholarships are provided to candidates from developing and emerging countries. Such grants will cover tuition fees, accommodation and fooding in Switzerland and Bangladesh.

The last date to apply is 10 June 2012.

Language: Good knowledge of English language.

Application Procedure
This scholarship announcement is taken by Nepal Scholarship from EPFL’s website with an intention of disseminating the information to a wider audience. Further details can be found in the original source link below. Read more about CDRR 2012 Edition  Certificate of Advanced Studies in Disaster Risk Reduction (CDRR)
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