The Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP) is a scholarship program funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs which aims to contribute to sustainable and inclusive development through capacity building of the individuals and organizations.
OKP scholarships are given to 53 developing countries, including Indonesia. The priority themes for Indonesia are as follows:
- Food and Nutrition Security
- Water Management, including Climate and Energy
- Security and Rule of Law
Scholarships are available for a selection of:
- Master (duration 12-24 months);
- Short-course (duration 2 weeks-12 months)
- The scholarship applicant holds the nationality of and is resident and working in one of the countries on the OKP Country list
- The candidate must have a current employer’s statement which complies with the format Nuffic has provided
- The candidate must not be employed by an organizations that have sufficient capacity for staff development, for example multinational companies, bilateral donor organizations, international NGOs
- Have a passport that is still valid at least 3 months after the deadline for registration
OKP scholarship application is done by the Dutch higher education institution. The study program that are eligible for the OKP scholarships can be found on the site www.studyfinder.nlby selecting ‘Yes’ on the OKP filter qualified.
The provisional opening dates for the next application rounds for 2019 is 5 September 2019
Registration deadlines vary per Dutch educational institution/university. Applicants need to contact the Dutch Institution/University to receive the information about the deadline of the OKP scholarship application.
For more information about OKP scholarships, please visit www.nesoindonesia.or.id/okp