The European Union (EU) has allocated another EUR 7.5 million (USD 8.4 million) in response to the deteriorating food insecurity situation in Zimbabwe. This brings the total contribution by the EU and its Member States for drought relief to more than EUR 100 million – and comes just weeks before the peak impact of El Niño is expected to hit the country.
The College of Europe with the support of the European Commission and the EU member states, grants several scholarships to students. To apply for a scholarship, a student needs to have a good academic record and speak English and French. Moreover, the College offers full scholarships to students of History and related disciplines, and to students interested to specialize in the European Neighbourhood Policy (coming from the EU and from the countries of the European Neighbourhood Policy).
Beneficiaries: Citizens of countries of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) – Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Moldova, Morocco, the Palestinian Authority, Syria, Tunisia and Ukraine.Eligibility: Automatic, on the basis of citizenship.
Type of scholarship: Full.
For more information visit the College of Europe website.