Học bổng Prince Bernhard

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SCHOLARSHIP: Prince Bernhard Scholarships for Nature Conservation

Prince Bernhard Scholarships (PBS) are awarded to individuals wishing to
pursue professional studies or courses.

Who should apply?

PBS supports short course mid-career training (maximum 1 year) for those
working in the field of conservation or associated disciplines.

Applications are encouraged from people seeking to build skills in specific
subjects that will enhance their contribution to nature conservation. In
particular, women and people working for non-governmental or
community-based organizations are encouraged to apply.

WWF’s Expectations

PBS scholars are expected to return to their home country or region to work
in conservation, or a related field, after completion of their studies.
Moreover, the course should have a direct link to WWF’s Biodiversity and
Footprint Goals.

If accepted, and upon completion of the course, the PBS scholar must
provide a final report on the activity undertaken and how it was conducted,
with an itemized account of the use made of the funds.

 How to Apply

Applications (which can be downloaded with the information packs listed to
the right of this page) should be submitted to the nearest WWF Office or
Associate and the deadline for submission is mid-January of each year
(contacts at WWF Offices for the Application can also be downloaded to the

The PBS selection committee, composed of a representative from each WWF
Regional Programme, then meets in March; only those applications that have
passed the initial screening by a WWF Office or Associate will be

Preference is given to applications from Africa, Asia, Latin America or
Carribean, Eastern Europe and the Middle East seeking support for studies
in their own country or region.

Amounts Awarded

The maximum amount for any one scholarship under this scheme is CHF 10,000
(or equivalent), and preferential consideration is given to requests for
less than CHF 10,000.

Applicants must provide written proof of acceptance on a course and the
fees for the course will be paid directly to the relevant institution