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JJ/WBGSP Host Universities since 1987


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 :

 LCRAFRPART 1ECAMNASARPART 1EAPJJ/WBGSP Host Universites since 1987AFRAfrica-Sub-Saharan AFR
EAPEast Asia & the Pacific EAP
ECAEurope & Central Asia ECA
LCRLatin America & Caribbean LCR
MNAMiddle East & North Africa MNA
SARSouth Asia SAR
PART 1Part 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  

Warning!

Applicants to the Regular program are encouraged to apply for study at universities identified in our Preferred universities list.


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:

Eligibility CriteriaEligibility Criteria
BenefitsBenefits
Application GuidelinesApplication Guidelines
How to ApplyHow to Apply

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).

Please visit JJ/WBGSP Discussion Forum for more information.


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