The International Diploma in Mental Health, Human Rights, and Law offered by Indian Law Society in collaboration with World Health Organization completes 10 years in 2017. Indian Law Society, Pune is now pleased to announce the IDMHHRL-Fee waiver program for students for the academic year 2017-18. The purpose of this fee waiver is to reduce economic barriers and enable deserving candidates to undertake the International Diploma program. Please find the fee waiver program details below:
Applicants from low and lower middle-income countries (World Bank classification) can get up to 100% fee waiver based on economic criteria and affordability. An applicant will need to pay USD 1000 as a deposit, which will be refunded on successful completion of the course. All applicants from low and lower middle income will be automatically considered for the fee waiver. Applicants should be citizens of low and lower middle-income countries and resident in these countries when applying to undertake the International Diploma program.
Applicants from upper middle income and high-income countries (World Bank classification) can get up to 80% fee waiver based on their economic circumstances.
Please find below the names of the countries, the data is published by World Bank (datahelpdesk.worldbank.org/ world-bank-country-and-lending-groups)
List of low income countries ($1,005 or less)
Afghanistan, Guinea, Rwanda, Benin, Guinea-Bissau, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Haiti, Sierra Leone, Burundi, Korea Dem. People’s Rep., Somalia, Central African Republic, Liberia, South Sudan, Chad, Madagascar, Tanzania, Comoros, Malawi, Togo, Dem. Rep, of Congo, Mali, Uganda, Eritrea, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, Nepal, Gambia, Niger.
List of lower-middle income countries ($1,006 to $ 3,955)
Angola, Indonesia, Philippines, Armenia, Jordan, São Tomé and Principe, Bangladesh, Kenya, Solomon Islands, Bhutan, Kiribati, Sri Lanka, Bolivia, Kosovo, Sudan, Cabo Verde, Kyrgyz Republic, Swaziland, Cambodia, Lao PDR, Syrian Arab Republic, Cameroon, Lesotho, Tajikistan, Congo Rep., Mauritania, Timor-Leste, Côte d’Ivoire, Micronesia Fed. Sts., Tunisia, Djibouti, Moldova, Ukraine, Egypt Arab Rep., Mongolia, Uzbekistan, El Salvador, Morocco, Vanuatu, Georgia, Myanmar, Vietnam, Ghana, Nicaragua, West Bank and Gaza, Guatemala, Nigeria, Yemen Rep., Honduras, Pakistan, Zambia, India, Papua New Guinea.
List of upper middle-income countries ($ 3956 to $12,235)
Albania Ecuador, Nauru, Algeria Fiji, Panama, American Samoa, Gabon, Paraguay, Argentina, Grenada, Peru, Azerbaijan, Guyana, Romania, Belarus, Iran, Islamic Rep., Russian Federation, Belize, Iraq, Samoa, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Jamaica, Serbia, Botswana, Kazakhstan, South Africa, Brazil, Lebanon, St. Lucia Bulgaria, Libya, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, China, Macedonia, FYR , Suriname, Colombia, Malaysia, Thailand, Costa Rica, Maldives, Tonga, Croatia, Marshall Islands, Turkey, Cuba, Mauritius, Turkmenistan, Dominica, Mexico, Tuvalu, Dominican Republic, Montenegro, Venezuela,RB, Equatorial Guinea, Namibia.
List of high income countries ($12,236 or More)
Andorra, Greece, Poland, Antigua and Barbuda, Greenland, Portugal Aruba, Guam, Puerto Rico, Australia, Hong Kong SAR, China ,Qatar, Austria, Hungary, San Marino Bahamas, The Iceland, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Ireland, Seychelles, Barbados, Isle of Man, Singapore, Belgium, Israel, Sint Maarten (Dutch part),Bermuda, Italy, Slovak Republic, British Virgin Islands, Japan, Slovenia, Brunei Darussalam, Korea, Rep.Spain, Canada, Kuwait, St. Kitts and Nevis, Cayman Islands, Latvia, St. Martin (French part),Channel Islands, Liechtenstein, Sweden, Chile, Lithuania, Switzerland, Curaçao ,Luxembourg, Taiwan, China, Cyprus, Macao SAR, China, Trinidad and Tobago, Czech Republic, Malta, Turks and Caicos Islands, Denmark, Monaco, United Arab Emirates, Estonia, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Faroe Islands, New Caledonia, United States, Finland, New Zealand, Uruguay, France, Northern Mariana Islands, Virgin Islands (U.S.),French Polynesia, Norway, Germany, Oman, Gibraltar, Palau.