Climate Action Scholarships : Applications Open for Postgraduate Studies at the University of Malta

Climate Action Scholarships : Applications Open for Postgraduate Studies at the University of Malta

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Scholarships in Climate Action offered by the Government of Malta for Postgraduate Studies at the University of Malta.

The Scholarships in Climate Action are being offered as part of the Government of Malta's commitment under the Climate Finance Package to provide support for capacity building in developing States.   

In order to be considered eligible, applicants should be Nationals and current residents of one of the countries indicated in the list available on the unfccc website.

Three scholarships in postgraduate studies are being offered to students seeking to enroll in Postgraduate Studies at the University of Malta commencing in October 2018. Each scholarship will focus on one of the three key areas recognised as essential pathways for ensuring effective climate action on a national level. 

These pathways are: 

  • mitigation of climate change and low carbon transportation
  • adaptation to climate change to enhance resilience for the conservation of living marine resources
  • climate change governance in the context of small island states and territories.

To view full details download the document

Application deadline: 25 May 2018.

For further information contact: The International Office, University of Malta by email.

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