The Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation in the Caucasus offers up to 25 scholarships to cover tuition, travel expenses (to/from home country to Armenia, to/from home country to partner country and thesis defense travel) and/or monthly stipend for 7 months.  Scholarships will be provided to resident and non-resident students of the programme.

Based on admission results, the programme  will offer admission with full or partial scholarship or on no scholarship basis.  Depending on the Scholarship funding source, the conditions may vary and will be communicated in admission letter.

Self-funded students will cover their own costs both during 1st and 2nd semesters, hence they are encouraged to look for other sources of funding.

For more information regarding scholarship conditions please contact project staff at .