Edinburgh in the United Kingdom.
Application Deadline: first May 2017.
The Center of African Studies will offer a completely supported grant to an extraordinary African candidate beginning the doctoral program in African Studies in September 2017.
The fruitful candidate will be a piece of the lively postgraduate group at the Center of African Studies in the School of Social and Political Science. S/he will be directed by two University of Edinburgh scholastics in the relative field of intrigue.
Candidates must dwell in a nation in Sub-Saharan Africa and be concentrate full-time towards a PhD in African Studies.
At the season of the grant due date, candidates must have effectively gotten an offer (restrictive or unrestricted) onto the PhD in African Studies program (please take note of this is a different application).
Candidates must have the capacity to show outstanding scholarly abilities and accomplishments. Inclination will be given to those proposing a doctoral research extend in struggle determination, decisions, peace-building and additionally administration in African settings, albeit different subjects in the field of governmental issues and universal improvement might be considered.
Candidates should email a redesigned CV and an introductory letter to the Postgraduate Adviser for the PhD in African Studies: thomas.Molony@ed.ac.uk
Kindly include ‘Catto PhD grant application’ to the headline, and guarantee the email is sent by first May 2017.
The introductory letter ought to be no more extended than two pages, and ought to give:
i) a thorough clarification of the proposed inquire about venture;
ii) an exhibit of the hopeful’s extra initiative potential;
iii) how the applicant means to augment the effect and advantages of their doctoral research extend in their nation of inception.
Due Date: first May 2017. Late applications won’t be considered.
All candidates will be advised of the result before the end of May 2017.
For More Information:
Visit the Official Webpage of the Catto PhD Scholarship 2017 for Africans