The program is open to applicants wishing to engage in social services and community development, whose profile is as follows: the selected scientists must receive admission/invitation from public universities in their country, which are among the top universities (10) according to the rankings of shanghai University and the Times Higher Education University. Admission may also be sought at one of the universities that have an agreement with the IsDB, namely the University of Cambridge, Queen Mary University of London and Oxford in the United Kingdom, McGill University in Canada, the University of Copenhagen in Denmark, the National University of Uzbekistan and the Tashkent University of Information Technology in Uzbekistan, as well as the best universities in Malaysia, Turkey and Tunisia. In accordance with the program`s approach, selected students must obtain admissions to one of the recognized courses at one of the country`s leading public/public universities. If the fields of study are unavailable in their country of origin, they can apply for admission to member countries that have an agreement with the IsDB, namely Malaysia, Morocco, Tunisia, TurkeySelected students may apply for admission from high-level universities with an agreement with the ISDB, namely Cambridge and Oxford Universities, the National University of Uzbekistan and the National University of Uzbekistan and the National University of Uzbekistan. In order to combine academic rigour and cost savings, IsDB has established a partnership program with renowned universities from around the world, in which host universities will play an important role in providing students with the services, tutoring, advice and advice necessary to ensure their academic success. Through these strategic partnerships, IsDB also wants its graduates to be ready to focus on their communities and countries. The IsDB also expects them to play a leading role in supporting the development of its communities. In other words, the IsDB expects them to be good citizens and competent professionals at the same time. Currently, the partnership program is successfully conducted with the Universities of Cambridge, Oxford, Queen Mary University of London in the United Kingdom, the University of Copenhagen in Denmark and McGill University in Canada.