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Roth Fellowships for Short Courses

March-18
09:29 AM 2016


Eligible Courses
For 2016, the following short courses are eligible :

Partnerships for Water Supply and Sanitation
06 Jun 2016-24 Jun 2016

Water Treatment Processes and Plants
06 Jun 2016-24 Jun 2016

Decentralised Water Supply and Sanitation
27 Jun 2016-15 Jul 2016

Faecal Sludge Management
27 Jun 2016-15 Jul 2016

Solid Waste Management
27 Jun 2016-15 Jul 2016

Urban Water Governance
27 Jun 2016-15 Jul 2016

Application & Admission
Candidates should have a Bachelor of Science degree, at least two years years of working experience and a good command of the English language, both written and spoken.

For a list of eligible Sub-Saharan African countries, click here.

Those interested in following an above-mentioned short course apply online, by filling out the application form on the specific page of the short course.

In all cases, motivation statements need to be included, stating you would like to apply for a Roth Fellowship and why following the specific course helps you and your organization to address future challenges concerning access to clean water, improved hygiene and sanitation, by answering the following questions in the text fields of the application form :

What is the issue or problem you want to address in your country ?
How will this course enable you to address this issue ?
How will you address this issue with your position within your organisation ?
Selection Criteria
UNESCO-IHE’s selection criteria will be as follows :

Academic Qualifications
Curriculum Vitae
English Language Proficiency
Motivation Statements
Lastly, when a final list of prospective participants is available, UNESCO-IHE will try to assign fellowships as equally as possible between the different eligible countries.

Application deadline
15 April 2016 (23.59 CET)

We will inform you about the outcome of your application within one week after the application deadline.

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