The Africa London Nagasaki (ALN) Fund is a scholarship fund set up to support African scientists to undertake a Master’s degree in a subject relevant to the control of infectious disease in Africa.
The ALN scholarship fund supports African scientists wishing to undertake a Master’s degree related to the control of infectious diseases in Africa. The scholarship funds a candidate to undertake an MSc in a subject relevant to the control of infectious disease in Africa at either the Institute of Tropical Medicine, Nagasaki, Japan or at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), London, UK.
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- Study Subject(s): Control of infectious disease in Africa
- Course Level: Masters
- Scholarship Provider: Africa London Nagasaki Scholarship Fund
- Scholarship can be taken at Japan/UK
- Candidates applying for an Africa London Nagasaki (ALN) MSc scholarship must meet the following criteria.
- Candidates applying for a Scholarship at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine must:
- Be of African nationality and normally be resident in sub-Saharan Africa, be fluent in English.
- If the applicant’s first language is not English or if the studies at university have not been conducted wholly in the medium of English candidates must take and pass one of the approved internet-based tests (IELTS, TOEFL or a Pearson Test of English).
- The standard of English needed to pass the tests is high and is in line with the level of English required by the UK Border Authority in order to issue a student visa.
- Have a first or upper second class BSc degree or equivalent from an established university in a relevant area of science (a medical degree is not essential).
- Usually have had at least two years’ prior research experience in an area relevant to the study of infectious diseases.
- Have the support of the head of their institution for undertaking their chosen course.
- Candidates applying for a Scholarship at the Institute of Tropical Medicine, Nagasaki must:
- Be of African nationality and normally be resident in sub-Saharan Africa.
- Be fluent in English.
- Have obtained an MB ChB or equivalent medical qualification from a recognised university.
- Have had at least two years of clinical experience following graduation, have the support of the head of their institution for undertaking their chosen course.
Scholarship Open for International Students: No
How to Apply: Online
Each year, up to four scientists will receive up to a maximum award of US$50,000 each to cover tuition fees, travel and living expenses. Successful candidates are required to write a formal report on the completion of their course.
Application Deadline: Closed