To qualify you must:
1. have access to a computer with a reliable connection to the Internet, preferably a broadband Internet connection
2. have a good command of the English language (ALTE Level 3, CEFR Level B2, or Cambridge ESOL FCE level)
3. have basic computer literacy skills, i.e. email and use of an Internet browser
4. be prepared to commit to approximately 5-6 hours of study time per week during the duration of the course
5. be currently living and working in one of the Developing Countries outlined in these World Bank Reports
Please note: No previous experience of online learning is necessary.
Please ensure that you meet the eligibility criteria.
Candidates who do not fulfil the criteria will not be considered for the scholarship.
1. You fulfil all the scholarship eligibility criteria above.
2. Your statement of interest contains about 250-300 words.
3. You have basic computer literacy skills.
4. You demonstrate ability to take what is learnt from the course beyond your present context, so as to benefit the profession more widely.
5. You show evidence of further professional development, e.g. publications, conference presentations, positions of responsibility, etc.
1. Write a supporting statement of your interest in the course of about 250-300 words, and your views on how this will contribute to your professional development.
2. Fill in the online application form and submit your statement of interest.
3. Dates for the annual E-moderation course scholarship
Submissions: 01 – 31 August only
Outcome of your application (sent via email): by 15 September
Course dates: 01-30 October
**Applications received before 01 August, or after 31 August, will not be considered.
Source: Web Page – The Consultants-E (online training and development consultancy)