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Orange Knowledge Programme

Selection criteria

Purposes:Master programme, Master (MSc/MA/LL.M.), Short course
Programmes:Change Management (Business Administration) MSc, Small Business and Entrepreneurship (Business Studies) MSc, Strategic Innovation Management (Business Administration) MSc, Econometrics, Operations Research and Actuarial Studies MSc, Economics MSc, Finance MSc, Human Resource Management MSc, International Financial Management, Marketing MSc, Supply Chain Management MSc, Applied Linguistics MA, Digital Humanities MA, Environmental and Infrastructure Planning MSc, Learning in Interaction MSc, Global Criminal Law LLM, History Today MA, International Commercial Law LLM, International Human Rights Law LLM, International Political Economy MA, Middle Eastern Studies MA, Population Studies MSc, Public International Law LLM, Religion, Conflict and Globalization MA, Technology and Operations Management MSc, Deafblindness MSc, Energy and Climate Law LLM, International Security MA, Ethics of Education MSc, Health (Business Administration) MSc, Economic Development and Globalization MSc, International Business and Management MSc, Environmental Psychology, MSc, Youth, Society and Policy, MSc, Society, Sustainability and Planning MSc, American Studies MA, East Asian Studies MA, Art History MA, Management Accounting and Control (Business Administration) MSc, DDM Demography and Social Inequality, DDM Social Demography MSc, Film and Contemporary Audiovisual Media MA, Philosophy, Politics and Economics MA, Religion, Health and Wellbeing MA, Cultural Geography MSc, Governance and Law in Digital Society LLM, Sustainable Entrepreneurship MSc, European Law in a Global Context LLM, Voice Technology MSc, Geopolitics and Connectivity MA, Advanced LLM in Energy Law (Short Course - Module Groningen)
Countries of Origin:Bangladesh, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Congo (Dem Rep.), Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Vietnam, Yemen, Lebanon, Niger, Tunisia, Colombia, Iraq, Jordan, Autonomous Palestinian Territories

Additional information

Eligible candidates:

Master professionals who are nationals of and working and living in one of the 29 OKP countries.

Grant information:
Grant provider:

The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Available positions:

Decided by Nuffic


The application call for Master and Short Course is now closed. The deadline to apply was 30 March 2023.

There is no information available right now about future application calls for OKP. Please note that the University of Groningen does not participate in Round 2 for OKP.


Here you can find the required application templates: the employer statement and the government statement.

Please note: you cannot save the data you have entered in the Delta webform before sending it as a complete application, so prepare your documents and information beforehand.

Master applicants: Before applying in Delta, be sure to apply for admission in Studielink and OAS (linked to Studielink).

More information:Master applicants can contact msd for more information.
Last modified:11 July 2023 09.55 a.m.