by Trung Luc
(Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam)
WCCC Scholarship offers students from developing countries and small island states the opportunity to study climate change related courses at universities and colleges from developed countries.
Over the next 6 years the WCCC will fund approximately 8000 scholarships. Scholarships will be full-ride scholarships covering all the school fees, housing, flights, visa, health insurance, etc.
For those who are studying or hope to study in a climate change related field such as agricultural science, health science, clean energy, risk management, water management, or construction can fill the registration form.
When filling this form you need to introduce yourself, what climate change related field you are studying or want to study, what you know about climate change in your hometown and how you can you help your country overcome the challenges of climate change after you have graduated. These are the most important criteria for WCCC to choose you.
Please join our Facebook group to find out more information as well as interact with staff from our participating universities and colleges.
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