EUCLID is open to four groups of students:
- government staff or government-designated scholars
- special government-endorsed groups (especially women)
- general public applicants who are eligible for intergovernmental scholarship (ECOWAS, ICCI)
- general public applicants from most countries.
ACADEMIC, LANGUAGE AND TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENT
Prospective students must have a qualifying degree (or certified equivalency) to enter any EUCLID program. This means that a Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) is required to apply for a Master’s program, and a Master’s for a post-graduate or doctoral specialization.
Bachelor’s degree programs are available to government-sponsored students only and require a high school diploma or GED along with an initial examination process.
Admissions to all programs is limited and is further conditioned on faculty availability, especially at the graduate level.