15 September 2018



 Flanders, Belgium

(Fully Funded)


Sustainable Development and Human Rights Law (SUSTLAW) Postgraduate Programme

The University of Antwerp Law Faculty’runs a post-graduate programme on “Sustainable Development and Human Rights Law” (SUSTLAW) . SUSTLAW offers a comprehensive teaching programme based on the research lines of the Law and Development Research Group. The programme runs in conjunction with the Faculty’s LL.M.The programme combines theoretical insights with hands-on training, site visits, moot courts and other role plays, making it a very rich and intense learning experience. It seeks to offer profound legal training in a critical and contextualized way.

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The programme offers high quality teaching and learning in a dynamic environment, paying attention to South-North as well as the South-South interactions. Development is not conceived in unidirectional terms (from North to South) but as a process characterised by complex social, political and economic interactions across the globe where Southern actors play and ought to play roles as important as Northern ones.

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Specializations for studying on this opportunity:

  • Law
  • sustainable developement
  • Human rights

Required Languages


Eligible Countries

Morocco and Palestine

Program Period

11 February to 3 May 2019

Eligibility Requirements (Criteria)

You can only apply for an ITP scholarship if you meet the following requirements:

  •  A candidate should be both a national and a resident of one of the 31 eligible countries (not necessarily the same country) at the time of the application.
  • Priority is given to candidates who are employed in academic institutions, research institutes, governments, the social economy or NGOs, or to those who aim to have a career in one of these sectors. The training candidate should have relevant professional experience and a support letter confirming (re)integration in a professional context where the acquired knowledge and skills will be immediately applicable.
  •   A potential candidate can only submit one scholarship application with us per year – irrespective of the scholarship type – and can, therefore, only be selected for one VLIR-UOS scholarship every year.
  • Candidates who already received one of our scholarships to participate in another ITP, will not be eligible. Candidates who already received one of our scholarships to participate in an ICP (or vice versa) can only be selected if the previously attended course is thematically linked to the ITP.
  • the completion of bachelor-level education is an entry requirement.
  • Participants will be selected on the basis of their previous and current studies or practice(attesting to a basic knowledge of human rights and international law) as well as their demonstrated interest as attested by a personal statement of motivation addressing how they envisage the ITP to impact their professional life, career development as well as their current institution and the societies in which they live.


Opportunity Cost

(Fully Funded)

They only provide scholarships for the full duration of the training programme.

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How to Apply

First Step:  Fill out the application form and consider the following documents:

  • Personal data “as reflected on passport”
  • Motivation “essay”
  • Why do you need this scholarship “essay”
  • upload the following files :
  • Your Photo
  • Copy of your passport
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Letter of Recommendation(only 1)
  • Include proof of study – diploma/certificate of your highest degree
  •  Fulfillment of language requirements:
  • A: TOEFL Test Scores
  • B: Proof of Study

Second Step: Submit your application

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This Scholarship Published by:
Alaa Eddine Ghorab/ Algeria

Reviewed by “ Salma Aladdin/ Egypt 
” Yara Yasser /  Egypt “
MARJ3 Intern
MARJ3 Scholarships team