Due Date: February 1, 2019
Applications are open for the West African Research Study Association Pre-doctoral Fellowships 2019 The WARA Pre-Doctoral Fellowship, for 2 to 3 month’s research study in West Africa throughout the summer season of 2019, is for the function of preparing a doctoral research study proposition or performing research study associated to the conclusion of another terminal degree program (e.g., MFA or Miles Per Hour).
The West African Research Study Association, with financing from the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the United States State Department holds this yearly competitors for Pre-doctoral fellowships in the interest of boosting transatlantic exchange and cooperation.
- Each fellowship will offer big salami travel to a West African nation (not to go beyond $2,500) and a stipend of approximately $3,500
- The West African Proving Ground (WARC) in Dakar, Senegal might help with scholastic contacts and associations and suggestions for lodging in the nation picked by the fellow.
- Open to U.S. people who are presently registered in graduate programs at organizations of college in the United States to perform research study in West Africa throughout the summer season of 2019.
- It is recommended that candidates be conversant in an African language spoken where they will be performing research study;-LRB- **************).
- Top priority will be provided to candidates who are at the pre-dissertation phase, that is, who will be going back to their organization to finish course work and tests, prior to starting their fieldwork.
The online application needs the following files:
- An abstract (50-80 words)
- Proposition (6 pages)
- Resume or CV
- Itemized budget plan (consisting of approximated expenses for real estate, food, travel, devices, printing/photocopying, and institutional association costs)
- Graduate and undergraduate records (Scan and submit main records)
- A bibliography
Note: The proposition declaration must explain the principle, approach and the significance of the proposed research study job to the candidate’s scholastic field, and how this research study adds to the objective of WARA. On the Art of Composing Propositions, an exceptional resource for preparing applications can be discovered on the SSRC site. The language needs to be easy to understand to non-specialist readers. In addition, candidates should send 3 letters of referral, signed by the referee. These should be published by the referees here
To learn more, check out WARA Fellowship