OAS-EADIC Scholarships for Engineering, Construction and Masters Courses

The Organization of American States (OAS) and The Open School for Development in Engineering and Construction (EADIC) offer scholarships for Bachelors, Masters and Specialization courses. These scholarships are part of the OAS Education and Training Partnership Program.

Study programs are aimed at qualified professionals and technicians, independent administrators or general administrative officials, who wish to acquire or update first-level knowledge in the fields of engineering, architecture and construction sectors.

The Open School for Development in Engineering and Construction (EADIC) is offering scholarships for the following programmes:

– Master in Road Design, Construction and Maintenance (Special Degree)
Soil engineering course applied to the foundation project
– Master in Railway Infrastructure (special degree)
Training in the design and maintenance of railway infrastructure
Building rehabilitation and energy efficiency training
Master in Finance and Infrastructure Management (Special Degree)
Master in International Project Management – PMI® (special degree)
Training in engineering project management
– PMBoK + ISO 21500 Project Management Course, PMP® and CAPM® Professional Certifications from PMI
– Master in Design, Construction and Exploitation of Hydraulic Works (special degree)
Training on renewable energies
Training on design, maintenance and management of hydraulic works
Training in treatment techniques and water company management
– Diploma in Water Distribution Networks and WaterCard Account Software

Those interested will have to apply for admission to the EADIC program Until February 27, 2015 You can apply for an OAS-EADIC scholarship Until March 4, 2015.

The requirements for accessing these scholarships are: admission to a master’s program and acquisition of citizenship or permanent legal residence in any of the GS/OAS member states.

Scholarship students will receive between 40% and 50% of the cost of a master’s degree, depending on the program chosen, and are subject to academic performance to maintain the scholarship. Beneficiaries must pay the amount up to the total cost of the master’s program and other related expenses (books, study materials…).

More information about OAS scholarships at www.oas.org and about OAS-EADIC scholarships at www.oas.org/es/becas/PAEC/2015/

Learn about the courses EADIThe Open School for Development in Engineering and Construction, brought to you at www.formazion.com and www.mastermania.com

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