Charlotte Conservation Fellowships
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Conservation Fellowships: Under the Charlotte Conservation Fellowship Program, African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) is offering scholarships for full MSc or partial PhD programs with field research components that produce knowledge or insight into specific conservation challenges in the African Heartlands or Conservation in general.
Expenses that African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) expects to cover under the scholarship will vary depending on the individual program selected by the scholarship recipient, but each scholarship is valued at a maximum cost of US$25,000.
Those whose total costs for their studies exceed this figure must demonstrate that they have secured additional funding from other sources to enable them to complete their studies.
Fellowship Application Eligibility:
Be nationals of the following countries where African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) works - Citizens of Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Zambia, South Africa, Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Mozambique and Botswana are eligible to apply.
Be 21-40 years of age.
Have secured a place at an appropriate university.
Students that will study in African Universities will have an added advantage.
Have exemplary work experience that indicates a commitment to conservation.
Have a field research plan, which has a direct link or is relevant to African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) and host country Conservation needs.
Have outstanding motivation and commitment to conservation in Africa.
Have the desire to remain working in African conservation.
Qualified women candidates are especially encouraged to apply.
Follow the links below for more details and application contacts.
Deadline: 31 July.
For more details and application, visit: Charlotte Conservation Fellowships
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