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The candidate will have an opportunity to receive part of his/her PhD training at DIIS and at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. The programme is funded through a grant by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark (MFA).
Sokoine University of Agriculture is a public university in Morogoro, Tanzania, specializing in agriculture. The university is named after the country’s second prime minister Edward Sokoine.
What You Need To Know About Sokoine University of Agriculture Indigenous PhD Scholarships
LEVEL/ FIELD OF STUDY:
Scholarship is available to pursue PhD programme. The PhD position focuses on the outcomes of three (clusters of) selected Danish agricultural investments. The successful PhD candidate will contribute to the overall research objective of identifying the factors which enhance positive development outcomes of foreign agricultural investments.
Scholarship is To be taken in Tanzania (The candidate will have an opportunity to receive part of his/her PhD training at DIIS and at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark).
Citizens of Tanzania are eligible to apply.
The successful candidate will receive a modest stipend throughout the valid PhD period and it covers all field work costs, travel and tuition fees.
Eligibility For The Sokoine University of Agriculture Indigenous PhD Scholarships
Entrance Requirements: The Successful candidate is to:
- Hold a master degree in his field.
- Be highly willing to develop a scientific career.
- Possess and demonstrate good scientific writing skills.
- Have a strong methodological and conceptual background in relevant scientific disciplines.
- Be a constructive team worker.
- Applicants should be no more than 35 years for men and 40 years for women at the time of application.
Application Procedure For The Sokoine University of Agriculture Indigenous PhD Scholarships:
How to Apply: Potential applicants are to prepare 2-3 page concept note (maximum 1,500 words) which, with reference to the PhD focus, outlines the more detailed focus for the proposed PhD project as well as the research assumptions and questions.
The application should come with a CV, including a list of publications as well as names and contact details of 2-3 academic references.
Submission of application should be online to Dr Mutabazi (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a copy to Dr Evelyne Lazaro (email@example.com) and Dr Helle Munk Ravnborg (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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