JJ/WBGSP Regular Program sponsors graduate studies leading to Masters' degrees in many Universities. Since 1987, JJ/WBGSP scholars studied in more than 400 universities around the world.
If you are interested in Host Universities where JJ/WBGSP sponsored scholars studied, please choose one of the following options:
I. To see the list of all host universities (A-Z) where JJ/WBGSP scholars studied click here.
II. To see host niversities in various regions click on the links below :
| ||Africa-Sub-Saharan ||AFR|
|East Asia & the Pacific ||EAP|
|Europe & Central Asia ||ECA|
|Latin America & Caribbean ||LCR|
|Middle East & North Africa ||MNA|
|South Asia ||SAR|
|Part 1 (industrialized countries)||PART 1|
III. To see host universities in various countries select the country from one of the following menus:
|Africa- Sub-Saharan ||(AFR)|| |
|East Asia & the Pacific ||(EAP)|| |
|Europe & Central Asia ||(ECA)|| |
|Latin America & & Caribbean ||(LCR)|| |
|Middle East & North Africa ||(MNA)|| |
|South Asia ||(SAR)|| |
|Part 1 (industrialized countries)||(PART 1)|| |
IY. To see the list of countries (A-Z) where the host universities are located click here or select the country from the following menu:
|Countries where the universities are located || |
The JJ/WBGSP sponsors 11 Partnership Programs with universities around the world.
To apply for a JJ/WBGSP scholarship under the Regular Program, an applicant must read carefully the application procedure as outlined below:
You can also visit pages where JJWBGSP scholars share their experience and impressions about their studies and students' life. You will be able to find the following information:
what kind of problems scholars encounter and how to overcome them;
what kind of help they get from the University orientation programs (if there are any), students societies to facilitate the adjustment to the students' life;
what kind of knowledge future applicants should possess to be prepared for their studies, (e.g., language of instructions and how to improve it);
what traits future applicants should have to be able to overcome obstacles when adjusting to new situations (e.g., whether they have to be proactive; not wait for help, rather look for it, and so on).