PHD scholarships for Kenyan students 2018
1 months ago, 16 Oct 18:18
One of the undeniably easy ways to achieve your dreams for further studies in Kenya is by applying for PhD scholarships. If you are seeking to pursue a PhD in your area of study after completing your Masters degree or if you are seeing to carry out further research, there are several choices you can make in terms of getting the local or international funding that you need to make your dream come true by taking advantage of the PhD scholarships in Kenya 2018.
Read through this article and get to see the different PHD scholarships available in Kenya in 2018 and you can choose which one to apply for.
The following are some the local and international PHD scholarships available for Kenyan students (students from other African countries may also be included as specified), including where they are offered, minimum qualifications for entry, and the admission requirements for each PhD scholarships program.
These DAAD PhD scholarships are offered at the Regional Centre for Drought Adaptation (CERAAS) located in Senegal. CERAAS seeks to curb the challenges that result to low agricultural productions in drought stricken areas. It does this by providing technical solutions to mitigate the vice and assure quality food supply that results in improved standards of living for many. Applicants should be from sub-Saharan countries, of which Kenya is part. DAAD, a German Academic Exchange Service, promotes academic exchanges at an international level, and co-operation to enhance education opportunities with developing countries by providing funding and opportunities for scholarships for interested students.
Details of the program:
To apply for the DAAD scholarship, you should:
The Kenyatta University and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) offers scholarships to pursue a PhD program in Germany. These DAAD PhD scholarships in Kenya at the Kenyatta University targets young scientists and academicians in East Africa.
This program is aimed at supporting innovative projects and research, for those pursuing postdoctoral and PhD studies. The heart and stroke foundation aims at curbing disabilities and premature deaths in South Africa.
This is a project of the department of the national research foundation and the science and technology with a view of hosting the Square Kilometer Array Radio Telescope (SKA) and the design and construction of the Karoo Array Telescope (Meer KAT). It is meant to last up to the year 2025. The program is focused on supporting engineering and science students as well as postdoctoral fellows.
Applications are done online. Applications for 2018 were closed on August. You can follow up on subsequent years’ applications by visiting their
This scholarship is provided by the Australian government, with the scholarships being undertaken in Australia and the research in African countries. The Scholarships cover airfares, tuition fees, living allowance, medical cover, return airfare to Africa to carry out research, research costs contribution and yearly reunion airfares.
Applications are usually done online or by post.
The above is a 3 year PhD program (and 2 years for MSc) program is offered ...
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