The Franklin Mosher Baldwin Fellowship Grants
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This fellowship is intended for scholars with citizenship in an African country who seek to obtain an advanced degree or specialized training in an area of study related to human origins research.
This award is for a program of approved special training and/or advanced training towards an MA, PhD, or equivalent and is limited to two years of support.
Applicants must be prepared to demonstrate:
Affiliation and/or employment with an institution in their home country.
Provisional acceptance (or evidence of application) to the host institution.
Financial assistance from the host institution.
Intention to return and work in the home country upon completion of training.
Only scholars with citizenship in an African country are eligible.
The award is limited to $12,000 per year for a duration of two years.
Baldwin Fellowships may be used to cover tuition, travel, living expenses, student fees, insurance, books, and other relevant categories of expenditure.
For more information and application materials, contact: The Franklin Mosher Baldwin Fellowship Grants Website
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