In order to help contribute to the inclusive and sustainable development of the society, the Study in Holland Orange Knowledge Programme came to place. The Holland Orange Knowledge Programme is available to all mid-career professional. In this article, we are going to discuss briefly how to Study in Holland Orange Knowledge Programme 2020, the Eligible Criteria and the process of application.
The 2020 Study in Holland Orange Knowledge Programme, which is a new phase of the popular Netherlands Fellowship Programmes (NFP) aims to promote the capacity development, knowledge of not only individuals but of also Institutions in both high and vocational education. To know more about the Holland Orange Knowledge Programme you should read this post.
Eligibility Requirements for the 2020 Study in Holland Orange Knowledge Programme
To be eligible for the Holland Orange Knowledge Programme 2020 you must live or work in any of the countries listed above. Below are more of the eligibility criteria for the Holland Orange Knowledge Programme 2020.
- You must have a statement from your current employer, the statement must comply with the format from NUFFIC. All information and commitments must be included in this statement.
- You must be an employee of an organization which is capable to fund their staff development, for example, a multinational corporation, a multilateral donor organization or a large national organization or commercial organization.
- You must have an official statement from the government that meets up to the requirements of the country in which your employer is established.
- You must have an official passport which should remain valid for a minimum of 3 months after submitting your registration form.
These are the eligibility for the Holland Orange Knowledge Programme 2020, to know about the Eligible Courses and available courses for the Holland Orange Knowledge Programme 2020 click here.
Countries Eligible for the Programme
To be seen as qualified or eligible for the Holland Orange Knowledge Programme you must be living or working in the following countries:
- Burkina Faso.
- DR Congo.
- Palestinian Territories.
- South Africa.
- South Sudan.
- Sri Lanka.
- Sierra Leone.
The above is a list of all the countries eligible for the Holland Orange Knowledge Programme 2020. To be eligible for this program you must live or work in any of these countries.
How to Apply for the Programme
Application for this program is not possible online. Firstly you will need to choose a course from the list of courses provided in the link above after which you will need to contact your course education institution for details on how to apply.