Details about CCRIF Scholarships 2021
CCRIF Scholarships 2021 is offered for Masters degree in the field of Risk Management. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is 15 Jun 2021. This scholarship is provided by CCRIF SPC and the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, Up to US$11,000 each for Caribbean universities and US$40,000 for universities outside of the region . This scholarship is open for: Open to Caribbean countries.
- Deadline: 15 Jun 2021
- Scholarship value: Partial Funding, Up to US$11,000 each for Caribbean universities and US$40,000 for universities outside of the region
CCRIF Scholarships 2021 offers seven scholarships annually for students pursuing a master or an MBA programme in a number of pre-identified areas related to disaster risk management.
6 scholarships for study at the following accredited universities in the Caribbean: The University of the West Indies; University of Technology, Jamaica; Northern Caribbean University (Jamaica); University of Guyana; University of Suriname; and University of Trinidad and Tobago
1 scholarship for study at a university in the United Kingdom, United States or Canada.
Eligibility for the CCRIF Scholarships 2021 :
- Applicants must be citizens of CARICOM member or associate member countries and/or CCRIF member countries in the Caribbean (The CCRIF Scholarship Programme is not available to CCRIF member countries in Central America.)
- Eligible Master's level programmes in the Caribbean and UK, USA and Canada at selected Universities are listed on CCRIF official website.
- Applicants must be holders a bachelor’s degree with a GPA of at least 3.0 in an area related to disaster risk management, environmental management, geography/geology, engineering, actuarial science, or a related discipline.
- Online programmes also are eligible for these scholarships. Eligible online programmes include two-year part-time programmes.
Value of the CCRIF Scholarships 2021 :
The value of this scholarship is up to US$11,000 each for Caribbean universities and up to US$40,000 for universities outside of the region and are specifically for those applicants who have gained admission to a Masters level programme or an MBA programme fitting the eligibility criteria.