The Civil Society Leadership Awards are planned for understudies who dominate both scholastically and expertly and who have the possibility to become common society pioneers in their own country. A condition is that applicants are committed and need to acknowledge positive social change locally.


The Civil Society Leadership Awards (CSLA) gives completely subsidized grants to graduate degree study to people who unmistakably exhibit scholarly and proficient greatness and a profound obligation to driving positive social change in their networks. Maastricht University offers five honors for qualified understudies in one of the accompanying projects:



Intrigued candidates should meet the accompanying standards:

  • Show development, adaptability and common society authority potential;
  • Have acquired a four year certification as of May, 2020 with a fantastic scholastic record;
  • Show proficient experience identified with your picked field of study;
  • Show capability in the language of guidance (English) at a level needed for affirmation by Maastricht University;
  • Have the option to take part in a serious pre-scholastic summer school in July or August 2021 and start their degree program in September 2021;
  • Have the option to get and keep a visa or study license as needed by The Netherlands; and
  • Exhibit an unmistakable obligation to their nation of origin or locale in supporting open society improvement.


CSLA is a completely subsidized grant for an expert’s level investigation. Fruitful candidates will get the accompanying help:

  • Pre-scholarly readiness by means of summer schools
  • Educational cost and compulsory college expenses
  • Month to month allowance for room, board, and other everyday costs
  • Program-related travel
  • Mishap and infection protection during the program
  • Assets for instructive materials and expert turn of events
  • Participation at a local Scholarship Programs meeting
  • Facilities during the application cycle and the length of the award for candidates with incapacities


More data can be found on the CSLA site.

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