If you are keen on developing a diverse set of research skills and gaining experience in research of national and international significance, this wonderful training program launched by King’s College London is for you! You can apply for the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) Global Health Palliative Care (GHAP) African PhD Training Fellowship for the academic year 2023-2024.Shell Scholarships for Nigerian Und... Shell Scholarships for Nigerian Undergraduate Students 2022-2023 Advertisement
The NIHR-GHAP African PhD Training Fellowship will focus specifically on three work streams. Funded by National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR), this fellowship program will accept participation from PhD students from African countries residing in Africa. The applicants must preferably hold an MSc or an Upper Second-Class degree in health, medicine, nursing, palliative care, or similar to be considered. Selected candidates can expect a full tuition fee and a stipend of £16,711 per year.
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Worthy opportunity for African students to study PhD in the UK.Founded in 1829, King’s College London is a public research university based in the heart of London. Being established by the royal charter under the patronage of King George IV and the Duke of Wellington, the college’s strategic vision is to build upon its history and make a full contribution to society.
Why study at King’s College London? The King’s College London is creating a positive change in the communities, both in London and on the world stage, by honoring its commitment to exceptional education, impactful research, and genuine service to society. It is an internationally renowned university delivering exceptional education and world-leading research, ranking 33rd in Best Global Universities.