The Collaboration for Evidence-Based Healthcare and Public Health in Africa (CEBHA+) is awarding doctoral students to apply for a 3-year scholarship. The studentships are awarded to international as well as Malawian citizens.
The Network aims to build long-term capacity and infrastructure for evidence-based healthcare and public health in sub-Saharan Africa, by focusing on both prevention of disease and delivery of care for NCDs.
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- Applications Deadline: November 26, 2018
- Course Level: The studentships are available to pursue doctoral degree programs.
- Study Subject: The studentships are awarded in the fields related to Public Health.
- Scholarship Award: The total scholarship is valued at € 24,000 and will be paid out over 3 years. The sponsorship will be administered through the successful candidate’s university; and it will cover tuition fees and research costs, and contribute towards living expenses. Payment of the support will be as per the university policy; and continued payment of the support will depend upon the candidate’s satisfactory progress against agreed goals. The successful candidate will be mentored by experienced researchers within the CEBHA+ Network.
- Nationality: The studentships are awarded to international as well as Malawian citizens.
- Number of Scholarships: Numbers not given
- Scholarship can be taken in Each of the doctoral candidates will be hosted at one of three institutions:
- South African Medical Research Council (students may be registered at any university in sub-Saharan Africa)
- Stellenbosch University
- University of Malawi
Eligibility for the Scholarship
Eligible Countries: The studentships are awarded to international as well as Malawian citizens.
Entrance Requirements: Eligibility criteria for applicants per institution:
|South African Medical
|University of Malawi|
|Citizenship||Not a criteria||Not a criteria||Malawian citizen|
|Qualifications||Master’s degree||Master’s degree in Public Health or Epidemiology|
|PhD registration at University||Students already registered or accepted and intend to register at any university in sub-Saharan Africa||Students already registered or accepted and intend to register at these institutions|
|Research background||Public health, global health, clinical epidemiology, or nutrition or related field||Public health and epidemiology|
|Research interest||NCDs-related research and evidence synthesis methods||Evidence-based health care, epidemiology, public health|
|PhD proposal topic||Policy relevant NCDs-related research within the LMIC public health context||Policy relevant NCDs-related research within the LMIC public health context or evidence-based health care|
|Employment||Not more than 20hrs/week|
|Contact person||Bey-Marrie Schmidt||Traci Naidoo||Suzgika Lakudzala|
|Email address of contact person||bey-marrie.schmidt-at-mrc.ac.za||Traci-at-sun.ac.za||Slakudzala-at-medcol.mw|
How to Apply: Applicants who meet the eligibility criteria should please submit the following documents by 26 November 2018.
- Completed application form
- Copy of Passport/ID
- Full CV
- Motivational letter outlining relevant research experience
- Proof of registration from doctoral candidate’s university (if applicable)
- Summary of intended doctoral research