BIGSAS DAAD Graduate School Scholarship Programme for Female African Scholars in Germany 2022

BIGSAS, the Bayreuth International School of African Studies, is accepting applications for the BIGSAS DAAD Graduate School Scholarship Program for Female African Scholars in Germany for the academic year 2021/2022.

BIGSAS DAAD Graduate School Scholarship

Bayreuth University is a crossroads for international and interdisciplinary research. Since its founding in 1975, the University of Bayreuth has made African studies a priority.

BIGSAS is based on

  • long-term research experience in Africa;
  • strong collaboration with peers throughout Africa;
  • since 1984, extensive experience in doctorate training;
  • Active intellectual interchange and worldwide engagement with Africa-Europe Group for Interdisciplinary Studies (AEGIS) partner institutions;
  • a library with over 186,000 African books, 33,000 audiovisual titles, 200 journals, 5,000 maps, and an increasing number of e-books and e-book collections;
  • an open-minded climate that promotes individual intercultural awareness and institutional internationalization

Worth of Award

In 2022, BIGSAS will offer two scholarships under the German Academic Exchange Service’s Scholarship Program (GSSP) (DAAD).

BIGSAS DAAD Graduate School Scholarship Requirements

Applicants must have a strong master’s degree or equivalent.

  • At the time of BIGSAS’ nomination, the most recent Master’s or equivalent degree must have been earned within the previous six years.
  • Two reports (letters of reference) from teaching faculty members at the home institutions must be submitted with the application.

How to Apply for BIGSAS DAAD Graduate School Scholarship 

For more information: Visit this page and Click Here 

Deadline: The application deadline is January 30, 2022.

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