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Scholarships are being made available to developing country applicants wishing to study on either of the following University of Manchester one-year Masters degrees:
a) MSc in ICTs for Development
b) MSc in Management and Information Systems: Change and Development

The IDPM Golden Jubilee Scholarship, worth £11,000, is available on a competitive basis for applicants from developing countries to any of IDPM’s Masters degrees.

The IDPM ICT4D and MIS Scholarships, each worth £5,500, are available exclusively for developing country applicants to the MSc ICT4D and MSc MIS programmes.

There is no specific application process for the scholarships – eligible applicants who have applied, received and accepted a formal offer by 30 June 2008 will be considered – but candidates are welcome to include a scholarship statement when applying for the MSc programme.

Further details of these programmes can be found at:

USAID Awards Education Scholarships to support FreAddis Ethiopian Girls’ Program World Development Report 2010, Development and Climate Change Free resource : Climate change and development Nigeria : The Cultural – Impact Study Cameroon: The Study Groups and Literacy Programme

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