The selection criteria for the School on Migration Studies aim to identify candidates who demonstrate a strong commitment and aptitude for understanding migratory issues. The criteria include factors such as being nominated by their organization, possessing a high level of academic qualification, language proficiency, relevant work experience, and research publications. These criteria were established to ensure a diverse and qualified cohort of participants who can actively contribute to the discussions and learning during the program.
To apply successfully, individuals should carefully review the selection criteria and ensure they meet the requirements. They need to submit a complete application, including their personal information, academic qualifications, research publications, and written responses to the provided questions on human migration, migration opportunities and challenges in Nepal, guiding laws and policies, and their motivation to attend the program. Applicants should emphasize their relevant experiences and demonstrate a genuine interest in migration issues. By presenting a well-rounded application that showcases their knowledge, skills, and motivation, individuals have a higher chance of being selected for the School on Migration.
|Nominated by Organization||Applicants nominated by their organization to attend the course receive 5 marks. Those not nominated receive 0 marks.||5|
|Highest academic Qualification||Based on the highest academic qualification: Master’s. – 10 marks, Bachelor’s degree – 8 marks.||10|
|Language proficiency||English Language proficiency levels: Fluent – 5 marks, Proficient – 3 marks, Basic – 1 mark.||5|
|Total years of working experiences after bachelor’s degree||Evaluating the total years of working experience after obtaining a bachelor’s degree: 2+ years – 10 marks, 0-2 years – 7 marks||10|
|Total Number of Experiences in Migration and Sustainable Development||Assessing the total number of years of experience in migration and sustainable development: 2+ years – 10 marks, 0-2 years – 7 marks.||10|
|a. Research publication as a first Author and link on Migration and Development issues and Migration Related Social Justices||Evaluating the presence of research publications as a first author, with an option to provide a link.|
|b. Research Publication as secondary author and Link on Migration and Development issues and Migration Related Social Justices||Evaluating the presence of research publications as a secondary author, with an option to provide a link.|
|c. Book publication on Migration and Development issues and Migration Related Social Justices||Evaluating the presence of book publications.|
|d. Other publication (articles, papers, etc.) on Migration and Development issues and Migration Related Social Justices||Evaluating the presence of other types of publications such as articles and papers.|
|Understanding of Human Migration||Assessing the applicant’s understanding of human migration within a 150-word response.||10|
|Migration opportunities and challenges in Nepal||Assessing the applicant’s understanding of migration opportunities and challenges in Nepal within a 150-word response.||10|
|Guiding laws and policies in migration in Nepal||Assessing the applicant’s knowledge of guiding laws and policies in migration in Nepal within a 150-word response.||10|
|Motivation to attend this course||Evaluating the applicant’s motivation to attend the course within a 150-word response.||10|
|Utilization of knowledge gained from this course||Evaluating the applicant’s plan for utilizing the knowledge gained from the course within a 150-word response.||10|