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Thursday, 14 May 2015

460 PhD Fellowships by TWAS in Developing Countries, 2015

The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) for the advancement of science in developing countries offers more than 460 PhD fellowships a year at some of the most respected institutions in the developing world. These fellowships are hosted in Brazil, China, India, Kenya, Malaysia, Mexico and Pakistan. New fellowships in new countries are expected in the months ahead.
    
Application Deadline: Various deadlines throughout 2015 (check details)


Fellowship Programmes
A number of PhD Fellowship Programs are available under this initiative:
  • TWAS-CNPq Postgraduate Fellowship Programme (in Brazil): The National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq) in Brasilia, Brazil, and TWAS offer up to 50 (30 sandwich and 20 full time) postgraduate fellowships each year to young scientists from developing countries (other than Brazil) who wish to pursue research towards a PhD in natural sciences.
  • CAS-TWAS President’s PhD Fellowship Programme (in China): According to a new agreement between the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and TWAS, up to 200 students/scholars from all over the world, including 60 from developed countries, will be sponsored to travel to China for PhD studies for up to four years.
  • TWAS-USM Postgraduate Fellowship Programme (in Malaysia): For young scientists from developing countries (other than Malaysia) who wish to pursue studies towards a PhD degree in the natural sciences at the Universiti Sains Malaysia.
  • TWAS-icipe Postgraduate Fellowship Programme (in Kenya): The International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (icipe) in Nairobi, Kenya, and TWAS offer three fellowships per year to young scientists from developing countries (other than Kenya) who wish to undertake their PhD studies in Kenya.
  • TWAS-CSIR Postgraduate Fellowship Programme (in India): The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) of India and TWAS have established a number of fellowships for foreign scholars from developing countries who wish to pursue research toward a PhD in emerging areas of science and technology for which facilities are available in the laboratories and institutes of the CSIR.
  • TWAS-DBT Postgraduate Fellowship Programme (in India): The Department of Biotechnology (DBT) of the Ministry of Science and Technology in India, and TWAS have established a fellowship programme for foreign scholars from developing countries who wish to pursue research towards a PhD in biotechnology.
  • TWAS-SN Bose Postgraduate Fellowship Programme (in India): TWAS and the S.N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences in Kolkata, India have agreed to offer five fellowships annually to young foreign scientists from developing countries who wish to pursue research towards a PhD in physical sciences.
  • TWAS-CEMB Postgraduate Fellowship Programme (in Pakistan): The National Centre of Excellence in Molecular Biology (CEMB) in Lahore, Pakistan and TWAS offer fellowships to young scientists from developing countries (other than Pakistan) who wish to pursue research towards a PhD in molecular biology and molecular genetics.
  • TWAS-ICCBS Postgraduate Fellowship Programme (in Pakistan): The International Centre for Chemical and Biological Sciences (ICCBS) — comprising the H.E.J. Research Institute of Chemistry and the Dr. Panjwani Centre for Molecular and Drug Research in Karachi, Pakistan — and TWAS offer fellowships to young scientists from developing countries (other than Pakistan) who wish to pursue research towards a PhD in chemical and biological sciences.
  • TWAS-CIIT Postgraduate Fellowship Programme (in Pakistan): The TWAS-CIIT Fellowship Programme for Postgraduate Research offers fellowships to young scientists from developing countries (other than Pakistan) who wish to obtain all or part (sandwich or full-time) of their PhD in natural sciences. Duration: minimum of six months to a maximum of 3 years (up to 18 months for a sandwich programme).

    
Further Details and Application Procedure
For application and further details, please visit official website, click here.



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