This post is also available in: Français
The World Bank has just announced the schedule and eligible universities for the next two calls for applications for its scholarships program for the 2022-2023 academic year.
The countries that will host the accepted students will be the United States, France, Australia, the United Kingdom, Japan, and the Netherlands. So, if you plan to apply for World Bank scholarships, be aware that you must apply, as soon as possible, to an eligible university. Otherwise, you will not be able to participate.
This year there will be two application windows and each will have a list of eligible universities and programs. The first call will be from January 17, 2022, to February 28, 2022. The second call is from March 29, 2022, to May 27, 2022. Don’t worry, we’ll notify you, by email and on social media, once the date is due.
To participate, the World Bank is clear at this point: all scholarship applicants will need to have an unconditional offer of admission from a participating program. Otherwise, you cannot participate.
Below is the list of universities and programs eligible for World Bank scholarships for the 2022-2023 academic year. Apply now :
List of universities eligible for the first call
For the first application window (will be from January 17, 2022, to February 28, 2022): you must apply to one of the following programs and have an unconditional offer of admission by February 28, 2022:
1. Columbia — School of International and Public Affairs (USA)
|MPA in Economic Policy Management|
2. Johns Hopkins (USA)
|Master of Public Health|
3. University of Birmingham (UK)
|MSc Conflict, State Building and Development|
4. University of Hong Kong (Honk Kong)
|Master of Urban Design (MUD)|
5. University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA)
|Educational Policy Studies|
6. Vrije Universiteit — KIT (Netherlands)
|Health Systems Policy and Management|
List of universities eligible for the second call
For the second application window (March 29, 2022 to May 27, 2022): The following universities and programs are eligible:
If you have been wondering if your degree is eligible or not, know that you must have a degree or a job related to one of the following fields:
- Finance, competitiveness, and innovation
- Macroeconomics, Trade, and Investment
- Poverty reduction and shared equity / prosperity
- Health, nutrition, and population
- Social protection and employment
- Agriculture and Food
- Climate change
- Environment and natural resources
- Social, urban, rural and resilience
- Energy and Extractive
- Development in a context of fragility, conflict, and violence
So, apply now for one of these programs to participate in the World Bank scholarships program!