Due Date: June 30, 2019

Applications are open for the British Academy Composing Workshop 2019 for Sub-Saharan Africa The University of Nottingham and the Zimbabwe Council of College, in collaboration with the University of Zimbabwe, with financing assistance from The British Academy thus welcome applications for the “Composing for Sustainable Advancement: Towards enhancing African grant and research study writing for publication” workshop which will occur at the University of Zimbabwe, Harare, Zimbabwe from 24-26 September 2019.

This workshop will enhance the grant writing and effect publication capabilities of early profession scientists based at universities in the following 6 chosen Sub-Saharan Africa nations: Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda, and Zimbabwe. The workshop provides early profession scientists a chance to deal with their paper with the assistance of a group of journal editors in a focused, extensive environment.


  • Effective candidates will be welcomed to participate in the three-day composing workshop. They will get training and assistance to establish and send a post to a worldwide, peer-reviewed journal within 12 months of the workshop.
  • Effective candidates from outdoors Zimbabwe will be used travel (big salami economy fare), lodging and supper, whilst effective candidates from Zimbabwe who live outside Harare will get proper travel assistance, lodging and supper. Lunches and drinks will be offered throughout workshop sessions for all individuals. Financing concern will be offered to certifying candidates who do not have institutional or third-party financing to support their participation.


Applicants will typically satisfy the following requirements by having:

  • Evidence of residency in among the chosen 6 Sub-Saharan African nations
  • Early profession research study status (within 5 years of doctoral award)
  • A PhD or comparable research study experience
  • 5-10 scholastic publications
  • Initial empirical research study in the Management OR Education (just Zimbabwe) fields that they prepare to write-up into a scholastic post
  • Proof of composed and spoken English language efficiency
  • A dedication to send a minimum of one post to a worldwide refereed journal within 12 months after the workshop
  • A dedication to share their workshop finding out to others in their areas consisting of early profession scientists,
  • Postgraduate trainees and associates in their house organizations and networks


To use, candidates need to send the following to both Dr Juliet Thondhlana through [email protected] and Dr Evelyn Garwe through [email protected] by June 30, 2019:

  • A declaration validating proper citizenship
  • An abstract and comprehensive summary of your proposed post
  • A sample of previous writing which might be a draft of work you want to establish through the workshop
  • Proof of your empirical research study and ethical approval for the research study
  • A brief curriculum vitae
  • A declaration about how you will share your workshop finding out to others in your area consisting of early profession scientists, postgraduate trainees and associates in your house organizations and networks

For more details, check out British Academy Composing Workshop

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