The Consortium for Advanced Research Training in Africa (CARTA) is an initiative of nine African universities, four African research institutes, and select northern partners. CARTA offers an innovative model for doctoral training in sub-Saharan Africa to strengthen the capacity of participating institutions to conduct and lead internationally-competitive research. The multi-disciplinary CARTA program is open to staff of participating institutions who are interested in conducting their PhD research on topics relevant to the broad fields of public and population health. We welcome applications from any discipline, such as public health, demography, anthropology, communication, and economics, among others, as long as the research question aims to contribute to public and population health issues in Africa.
The Consortium for Advanced Research Training in Africa (CARTA) is an initiative of nine African universities, four African research institutes, and select northern partners which is offering collaborative doctoral training program in public and population health.
Value of fellowship includes the cost of fellowsâ€™ participation in the advanced seminars; a modest monthly stipend; small grants for research activities; a laptop loaded with relevant software; funds for travel to conferences, as well as costs for participating in joint program activities. Fellows are encouraged to seek supplemental funding to cover additional costs of their doctoral program.
Eligible Countries: All African countries
Fields of Study: Public and Population health related fields such as public health, demography, anthropology, communication, and economics.
Criteria for Eligibility: To be eligible for this scholarship program, applicants must:
- Male applicants must be under the age of 40 years and female applicants under the age 45 years.
- be African citizens
- have a Masters degree in a relevant field.
- be teaching or research staff at one of the participating African institutions and should be committed to contributing towards building capacity at their institutions.
How To Apply this PhD Fellowship:
- Contact the CARTA focal person) at your institution to discuss your interest and obtain application materials. Application forms may also be downloaded from the CARTA website (www.cartafrica.org)
- Submit your application to the local CARTA committee in your institution (also email a copy of all application materials to (email@example.com ), which will conduct the initial screening process and submit successful applications to the CARTA secretariat. The deadline for submissions is May 1, 2017.
Fellowship Application Deadline: 1st May, 2017
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