SCAR/WMO Fellowships for Climate Researchers from Developing Countries

SCAR/WMO Fellowships is welcoming for its Climate Researchers from Developing Countries program.

Description

The Climate Researchers from Developing Countries is a Fellowship program by SCAR/WMO Fellowships that focuses on developing and involving outstanding early-career researchers from around the world.

The Fellowship gives the benefactors an opportunity to receive training that will help further their understanding of Antarctica.

Deadline: 30th June 2021

Course starts: Varies per developing country

Number of Awards: Three to four awards

Degree type: Fellowship

Field of study: Not specified

Host institution: SCAR/WMO Fellowships

Country of Study: Antarctica

Target demographic: Developing countries

Fellowship Worth/Inclusions

The Fellowship is worth up to $15,000.

As it was, home institute would bear in-home country costs – domestic travel, visa costs.

N.B: The program lasts for one year.

Eligibility

To be eligible to apply for this fellowship program, applicants must;

° be citizens from any of the selected developing countries

° be a fresh PhD graduate in Antarctica and Southern related disciplines – not more than five years

More on Eligibility

Applicants are advised to visit the scholarship official website – link below – to access the online application form and more details on how to apply. All the best.

Website: https://www.scar.org/awards/fellowships/overview/

 

 

 

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