1- Students who have previously benefited from the same scholarships shall not benefit from the scholarships offered by the Institute, whether they obtained the degree or not.
2- A student shall not combine the Institute's scholarship and any other scholarship, whatever its source, except with the prior approval of the Doctoral Studies. Board
3- Students who have obtained a full scholarship must commit, in return, to working for the Institute in the fields of research, teaching and any other fields that are required of them, for not less than ten hours per week during the semester. The working hours of the partial grantees are determined in proportion to the value of the scholarship, on condition that it does not exceed 15 hours per week.
4- In consultation with the programs and colleges, the Doctoral Studies Board determines the required fields of work. To continue to benefit from the Institute's scholarships, the obligations specified above must be fulfilled.
Admission requirements of the first phase:
1- The applicant must be accepted in the institution.
2- The applicant must be unable to afford the costs of pursuing a doctoral degree and has no other scholarships.
3- The scholarship covers two semesters during which the student must complete the courses of the first phase. In case of failing to complete them in that period, the student shall pay the additional fees as determined by the institution.
Admission Requirements of the second phase: (full-time to read the prospectus)
1- The student's GPA shall not be less than 3.5 in first-phase courses.
2- This scholarship covers one academic year.
Admission Requirements of the third phase: (Dissertation writing)
1- The student must complete the tasks of the prospectus phase and must pass the comprehensive test by the end of the second phase.
2- The scholarship covers two academic years, which can be extended by submitting a reasoned extension request and obtaining the approvals of the Director of the Doctoral Studies Board and the Vice President for Academic Affairs.