IACA wishes to inform all eligible and interested candidates for the Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS) programme that an additional programme fee waiver scholarship for the 2019-2021 intake is available. The programme will commence on 1 October with the first pre-module (self-study) phase. The first in-class session will take place at the IACA campus in early November of this year.
The applications can be sent until 25 September 2019 through https://www.iaca.int/academic-programmes/macs.html. In order to apply for the scholarship, candidates have to be eligible to apply for the MACS programme as defined here. Candidates eligible to apply for the scholarship include nationals of Least Developed Countries, as defined by the United Nations, and of IACA Member States, listed under the World Bank Classification of Countries by Income as the Lower-Middle- and Upper-Middle-Income Economies. This is a highly competitive, merit-based scholarship, and it covers the programme fee for the MACS studies. All other expenses associated with attending the MACS programme, such as travel and accommodation expenses, would need to be covered by the student.