DAAD (The German Academic Exchange Service) with ANSTI offers Postgraduate Fellowships for Sub-Saharan African Nationals 2013. Full details:
School: ANSTI Member Institutions /Africa
Level: Master’s(MSc) and Doctoral(PhD) degree
Field(s): Courses offered by the universities
Deadline:31st May 2013.
Funded by: ANSTI/The German Academic Exchange Service
Beneficiaries(Target Group): The fellowship is open to ANSTI member institutions and Sub-Saharan African nationals.
Benefits( Inclusions / Value):
‣ Duration of award(s): Initially it covers one year but extension is possible up to two years for master course or more for PhD course based on the successful completion of previous year.
‣ What does it cover? Fellowships cover fees, subsistence and international travel.
‣The German Academic Exchange Service, a publicly funded self governing organization consist of higher learning institute in Germany offers a number of distinct funding and scholarship programmes in order to encourage international academic exchange as well as educational co-operation with developing countries.
‣ In partnership with ANSTI, The German Academic Exchange Service offers a wide range of region scholarships to pursue master’s and PhD degree.
‣ Its aim is to promote international academic exchange as well as educational co-operation with developing countries.
‣ For consideration to the fellowship, applicants must take admission at the host university before submission of their application for the fellowship.
To qualify for DAAD/ANSTI Postgraduate Fellowships, candidates must fulfill the following stipulations :
Scholarship Application Method
‣ All Interested applicants should apply through ANSTI/The German Academic Exchange Service scholarship online application form
‣ It is important to read the application procedure, and visit the official website (link found below) for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.
‣ Application forms and guidelines can be downloaded from the official website
‣ The next deadline for applications is 31st May 2013.
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