2013 Alborada Research Scholarships for Africans at Cambridge
The Alborada Trust funding grants Alborada Cambridge-Africa Research Fund for principal investigators from the University of Cambridge to apply jointly with a partner university in sub-Saharan Africa or a research institution. Researchers in sub-Saharan African institutions and the University of Cambridge, in all disciplines are provided for the funding of research costs (such as reagents, fieldwork and equipment). Research costs include research, travel funds for exchange visits, training activities in research. All applicants will be notified by email of the outcome of their application within one month of the closing date. Applications must be sent by request online May 1, 2013.
2013 Alborada Research Scholarships for Africans at Cambridge Study Subject (s): The Cambridge Africa Programme is to assist researchers in sub-Saharan African institutions and the University of Cambridge, in all disciplines.
Course Level: This scholarship is for continuing research level.
Supplier Exchange: The Alborada Trust
Scholarship can be taken at: Sub-Saharan Africa institutions and the University of Cambridge (United Kingdom)
Eligibility: The Cambridge Programme in Africa invites applications from senior researchers from the University of Cambridge to apply jointly with a partner university in sub-Saharan Africa or research grants from the Fund by Cambridge-Africa Alborada research.
Researchers-Sub-Saharan African institutions of the University of Cambridge, in all disciplines are eligible.
Scholarship open to students from the following countries: Africa in the Cambridge program is intended for researchers from Sub-Saharan African institutions and the University of Cambridge
Scholarship Description: This program is currently working in partnership with African universities and research Alborada_head_imgGhana, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda. Current initiatives CiA program include innovative building research capacity and knowledge exchange programs such as MUII (Makerere University-UVRI Infection and Immunity Research Training Programme) and ENTR (health researchers in vocational excellence in East Africa), both sponsored by the Wellcome Trust.
Number of scholarships: Unknown
Duration of the scholarship (s): Unknown
What is the coverage amounts for eligible activities will be considered:
Research expenses (including reagents, fieldwork and equipment: EUR 1.000 to 20.000) –
Travel funds for exchange visits (up to £ 2,500) –
– The activities of research training (eg the introduction of a course / workshop in Africa: up to £ 5,000)
Selection Criteria: Priority will be given to proposals that have the potential to develop future joint Afro-Cambridge, United Kingdom and applications international donors.
Notification: All applicants will be notified (by email) on the outcome of their application within one month of the closing date.
How to apply: Applications must be completed and submitted online.
Deadline for scholarship application: The deadline for receipt of requests for research funding in Africa is on Wednesday 1 May 2013.
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