Choosing where you study

You can study any subject at any university in any country, however you must be able to demonstrate what your future plans are, and how your choice of study area will benefit these plans. We have some partnerships with Universities, which offer a limited amount of fee waiver opportunities, which you may also wish to consider. Please note, securing a place at one of these universities will not guarantee you a Prospect Burma scholarship, the application process will still be the same. Here is the list of universities in partnership with Prospect Burma for tuition fee waiver:

Rangsit University in Thailand (50% tuition fee waiver for all international programmes)​

Asia-Pacific International University in Thailand (50% tuition fee waiver for all international programmes) ​

Thammasat University in Thailand (50% tuition fee waiver for programmes under the Faculty of Public Health)​

Mahidol University in Thailand (50% tuition fee waiver for programmes under the Faculty of Environment and Resource Studies)​​

Hertie School in Berlin, Germany (100% tuition fee waiver for 1 Master student studying either Public Policy Programme or International Affairs). You will need to have completed an undergraduate degree.

Wilfrid Laurier University in Canada (100% tuition fee waiver). This is for any bachelors programme in any subject offered at the Waterloo campus, although exceptional applications for post-graduate courses may be considered. Applying to study Prospect Burma’s priority subjects (which can be found in on our FAQ page) will more likely be successful. You will need to apply firstly to Prospect Burma (deadline 31 January 2022) and, if shortlisted, then apply to WLU for admittance to their course (deadline 31 May 2022). Find out more.