Due Date: April 1, 2019
The Nordic Africa Institute (Nordiska Afrikainstitutet) is accepting applications for the Visitor Scientist’ Scholarship Program 2020 The function of the scholarship program is to supply chances for Africa-based scientists with a PhD to pursue their own research study tasks, therefore indirectly enhancing the scholastic scene in African nations.
The scholarship provides access to the Institute’s library and other resources that offer a promoting research study environment. Through the program, the Nordic Africa Institute can promote and develop relations with and in between African and Nordic research study neighborhoods.
Financial backing and other advantages
- The scholarship consists of a return air-fare (economy class), lodging, a subsistence allowance of 400 SEK (approx. 45 USD) each day plus a setup grant of 2,500 SEK (approx. 280 USD) and access to an office (consisting of computer system) in a shared workplace at the Institute.
- The optimum period of the stay is 90 days, minimum is 60 days. Please keep in mind that the subsistence allowance will be offered just for the days invested in Uppsala Likewise keep in mind that the majority of scholastic organizations in the Nordic nations, consisting of the Nordic Africa Institute, are closed or a minimum of performing at a decreased capability throughout the durations 15 June–15 August and 15 December–15 January. Candidates can hence pass by these durations for their check out.
- The Institute’s library is focused on literature on modern Africa and concentrates on Social Sciences. Moreover, Visitor Scientist have access to the Uppsala University Library and to the Library of the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.
- Visitor Scientists have the possibility to provide their research study at the Nordic Africa Institute and to go to other organizations in the Nordic nations.
- Open to postdoctoral scientists based in Africa and participated in Africa-oriented research study within the disciplines of Social Sciences and Liberal Arts;-LRB- ***************).
- The candidate must be associated to an African university/research center and have a tested performance history of substantial research study experience;-LRB- ***************).
- The Institute aims to attain a reasonable circulation of scholarship positions in concerns to gender and geographical focus;-LRB- ***************).
- Application need to remain in English.
The application must include:
- Current CV, consisting of list of publications (if readily available online, please consist of links)
- Summary of research study task, 5 pages:
- A well elaborated research study proposition; the research study subject need to associate with the thematic research study locations of the Institute as detailed in the Technique 2017– 2021
- A work strategy, consisting of anticipated outcomes, particular for the time invested at the Institute
- Referral: A signed letter of assistance from the candidate’s Head of Department or other senior scholar in the exact same field, which verifies present association and field of research study. (Scanned variations of signed assistance letters can be emailed by the candidate).
Applications consisting of all supporting files must be sent out by email to: Annika Franklin, Research study Administrator, email: [email protected] Please note: On the subject line of your e-mail, compose: “Application: Visitor Scientist’ Scholarship Program”.
For more details, check out Nordic Africa Institute