Research Scholarship For African Journalists! Sweden 2020 (Apply Now)

The Nordic Africa Institute offers research scholarships to African journalists, writers and researchers in Sweden 2020.

 

Application Deadline: 1st April 2019.

 

Offered annually? Yes

 

Eligible Countries: African countries

 

To be taken at (country): Uppsala, Sweden

About the Award: The purpose of the Guest Researchers’ Scholarship Programme is to provide opportunities for postdoctoral researchers in Africa to pursue their own research projects, thereby indirectly strengthening the academic milieux in African countries. The scholarship offers access to the Institute’s library and other resources that provide for a stimulating research environment. Through the programme, the Nordic Africa Institute can establish and maintain relations with and between African and Nordic research communities.

 

Type: Research

 

Eligibility:

 

The scholarship programme is directed at postdoctoral researchers based in Africa and engaged in Africa-oriented research within the discipline of Social Sciences and Humanities.

The applicant should be affiliated to an African university/research center and have a proven track record of extensive research experience.

The Institute strives to achieve a fair distribution of scholarship positions in regards to gender and geographic focus.

Number of Awards: Not specified

 

Value of Award:

The scholarship includes a return air-fare (economy class), accommodation, a subsistence allowance of 300 SEK (approx. 34 USD) per day plus an installation grant of 2,500 SEK (approx. 280 USD) and access to a computer in a shared office at NAI.

 

The Institute’s library is specialized in literature on contemporary Africa and focuses on Social Sciences. Guest Researchers also have access to the Uppsala University Library, including their online resources, and to the Library of the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.

 

Guest Researchers have the possibility to present their research at the Nordic Africa Institute and to visit other institutions in the Nordic countries.

 

Duration of Program: The maximum duration of the stay is 90 days, minimum is 60 days.

 

Click here for how to Apply:

The Author

Chinenye Nwabueze

Nwabueze is a communication researcher with several years of lecturing experience in Nigerian universities.

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