Application Due Date: 15 October 2018.

The Engineering for Advancement (E4D) doctoral scholarships promote doctoral research study for the advantage of impoverished individuals in low-income nations. It grants 2 doctoral scholarships annually and promotes ingenious tasks that are straight pertinent for enhancing the incomes of impoverished individuals in low-income nations.

The grant amount is 175’000 CHF to cover the income expenses of the doctoral trainees for 3 years. The E4D Program is kindly moneyed through the Sawiris Structure for Social Advancement.

Application treatment

The application treatment includes 2 actions.

  • Primary step
  • The candidate sends a principle note to ETH International (Patricia Heuberger, patricia.heuberger@sl.ethz.ch). The due date for sending principle notes is 15 October 2018.
  • Just principle notes satisfying this requirements will be thought about. The E4D committee chooses appealing principle notes and welcomes the candidate to establish a complete proposition.
  • 2nd action
  • Applicants whose principle note is picked are welcomed to establish a complete proposition together with the teacher who accepted monitor the task. If the prospect and the teacher do unknown each other, they should establish a conference to go over the complete proposition advancement.
  • This conference is either an in person conference or a skype conference.
  • The complete proposition needs to be sent to ETH International by the monitoring ETH teacher. Due date is 15 January 2019.

Please keep in mind:

— High English efficiency level is needed

— Optimum age: 40 years

— Exceptional MSc Degree and high scholastic efficiency is needed

— ONLY contact an ETH teacher with a concrete task concept

— All ETH Departments are noted here

Send you principle note application to patricia.heuberger@sl.ethz.ch

Eligibility Requirements and Application Requirements (PDF, 83 KB)

Download Application (DOCX, 35 KB)
To Find Out More:

See the Authorities Website of the Engineering for Advancement (E4D) Doctoral Scholarship Program 2018

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