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As the World Bank intensifies its focus on building the capacity of countries to make well-informed decisions and carry out effective socioeconomic reforms, the JJ/WBGSP is an invaluable resource for building skills and imparting competencies that are necessary to prosper in the highly interconnected and competitive global economy. 
JJ/WBGSP Graduating Scholars
One of the objectives of the Scholarship and Fellowship Programs is to help create an international community of highly-trained professionals working in the field of economic and social development. The community will actively participate in the capacity building efforts in the developing countries. 
JJ/WBGSP Alumni

If you are interested in getting acquainted with the profile of the JJ/WBGSP alumni and scholars, please choose one of the following options:

II. To see the listing of the JJ/WBGSP alumni and scholars (whose CVs and/or abstracts of Master thesis have been published on the Scholarships website) per regions click on the links below:

Program profile LCRAFRPART 1ECAMNASARPART 1EAPAFRAfrica-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 1PART 1

III. To see the listing of the JJ/WBGSP alumni and scholars (whose CVs and/or abstracts of Master thesis have been published on the Scholarships website) in various countries per regions 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(PART 1) 

IV. To see the listing of the JJ/WBGSP alumni and scholars (whose CVs and/or abstracts of Master thesis have been published on the Scholarships website) in various countries (A-Z) select the country from one of the following menus:

JJ/WBGSP alumni and scholars per countries  

V. To see the listing of the JJ/WBGSP alumni and scholars (whose CVs and/or abstracts of Master thesis have been published on the Scholarships website) per specialization select an option from the following menu:

Specialization   

You can also see the main results of the Tracer Study. Tracer Studies targets scholars who completed their awards and traces where they are living and working.

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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