2013 Fellowships for Developing countries :BENTLEY CROPPING SYSTEMS FELLOWSHIP
The Bentley Cropping Systems Fellowship is as a result of a bequest from Helen S. Bentley and C. Fred Bentley.
You can study for MA, PhD or Post Doc in any African country or Canada.
REQUIREMENTS for the 2013 Fellowships for Developing countries
– It provides assistance to Canadian and developing country graduate students with a university degree in Agriculture, Forestry or Biology, who wish to undertake post-graduate, applied on-farm research with cooperating farmers in a developing country.
– Citizens of a developing country.
– Must be enrolled full-time in a graduate program (Master’s, doctoral, post-doctoral) at a recognized university in Canada or in a developing country for the duration of the award period.
Award tenure corresponds with the period of field research. In general, this will be between eighteen months and twenty-four months.
– The value of the award is up to $30,000 CAD per year. If there is strong evidence of significant potential benefits, the award may be extended upon re-application.
Fellowship holders will commit to provide IDRC with three brief progress reports per year.
Follow the links below for more details and application contacts.
METHOD OF APPLICATION for the 2013 Fellowships for Developing countries
More details and contact info: The Bentley Fellowship, Centre Training and Awards Program, International Development Research Centre, 250 Albert Street, Ottawa, Ontario, K1P 6M1, Canada. Fax: 1 613 563 0815. Tel: 1 613 236 6163 ext.: 2098