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Ezera Research Fellowship for Africans – University of California

Ezera Research Fellowship for Africans – University of California.
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Scholarship Description:
The 2021 Ezera Research Fellowship at the University of California is now open to African students.

Host university: University of California;
Host country: USA;
Study level: Ph.D.;
Scholarship value: $1,000;
Eligible countries: African students;
Application deadline: February 8, 2021.

Degree Level:
North African students currently pursuing a Ph.D. program at the University may benefit from the scholarship program.

Available Subjects:
The Ezera Fellowship Program gives preference to qualified West African Ph.D. students who have demonstrated great potential for research in the social sciences, humanities, and public policy.
Scholarship Benefits:

Funds for interviews, travel, or research expenses may be requested as needed to support research prior to completion of the Ph.D. program and to enhance the quality of work in Africa;
The value of the scholarship is $1,000.
Admission Requirements:
To be admitted, candidates must meet all of the requirements listed below:

Students must be enrolled in a Ph.D. program at the University of California, Berkeley;
Students who apply are expected to demonstrate an interest in furthering the African Studies Fellowship;
Successful candidates must be African, with a preference for those from West Africa;
Students must be admitted to the University of California, Berkeley.

Application Process:
To apply, candidates must register on the Commission’s official website. Successful candidates are strongly encouraged to complete and submit the form before the registration deadline, as late applications will not be considered.

Official website:
https://africa.berkeley.edu/ezera-research-african-students