Information for education institutions - Orange Knowledge

Step-by-step participation guide for scholarship deadlines

Step-by-step guide


1. Course registration deadline in Hodex/SK123

Before you add your Orange Knowledge Programme course/programme offer to Hodex/SK123, please check the requirements:

OKP Procedure opleidingsaanbod‌ (159.1 kB) (in Dutch)

2. Programme course details check in Atlas

Check Atlas Accounts;

  • You will receive an email via our Atlas system once the courses/programmes have been imported from Hodex/SK123. Please check and update the following at that point:
    • the information about your institution in Atlas;
    • the information about the Orange Knowledge Programme on your institution’s website;
    • the publication of your institution’s deadline for admission and Orange Knowledge Programme applications;
    • your Atlas registration form: is this up to date?

For more detailed information check page 8 - 11 in the user manual:

OKP NFP Atlas user manual for Dutch institutions‌ (3.6 MB)

3. Candidates can register for a scholarship

Process all applications for Orange Knowledge Programme individual scholarships:

  • Check if all details and uploaded documents (i.e. copy ID, employer’s statement and, if applicable, government statement) are available and correct;
  • Decide if a candidate will be nominated;

Check all applicants against eligibility as non-eligible applications are rejected, which might reduce the number of scholarships allocated to your institution.

4. Submit your grant application and nominate your candidates

  • Use Atlas to check the maximum number of candidates you may nominate;
  • Apply for additional housing if needed;
  • In Atlas, submit your grant application before the deadline;
  • One grant request per sub-programme per deadline;
  • Inform candidates who have not been nominated.

Please do not submit your grant request right before the application deadline. If it does not meet a criterion, it cannot be submitted.

5. Embassy checks eligibility and assesses applications (no task)

6. Selection (no task)

7. Grant award

We send you a grant award with an overview of the nominated candidates who have been selected, not selected or rejected.

Documents

Nuffic Report in support of World Bank’s SHAEA initiative

4 January 2019
An inventory of institutional relations between the Netherlands and Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Malawi, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Benin and Cameroon.

Minister Kaag allocates more money for Nuffic sholarships programmes

23 August 2018
The Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation, Sigrid Kaag, is investing through Nuffic an extra €10.1 million in scholarships for 9 countries in Africa and the Middle East.