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Masters Awards For Ghanaian Students, 2018

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icon Agricultural Productivity, Extractives and Natural Resource Management (including mining related subjects), Public Policy (including infrastructure, economic policy, trade, policy)

Open to nationals of Ghana

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icon 15 Dec 2017

icon Full Funding, tuition fees, economy class flight to and from Australia, annual stipend of AUD 30,000

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Details about Masters Awards For Ghanaian Students, 2018

Masters Awards For Ghanaian Students, 2018 is offered for Masters degree in the field of Agricultural Productivity, Extractives and Natural Resource Management (including mining related subjects), Public Policy (including infrastructure, economic policy, trade, policy). You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is 15 Dec 2017. This scholarship is provided by Australian government and the value of this scholarship is Full Funding, tuition fees, economy class flight to and from Australia, annual stipend of AUD 30,000 . This scholarship is open for: Open to nationals of Ghana.

  • Deadline: 15 Dec 2017
  • Scholarship value: Full Funding, tuition fees, economy class flight to and from Australia, annual stipend of AUD 30,000
  • The Australian Government is offering scholarships to nationals of Ghana to pursue masters at selected Australian universities in the fields of Public Policy (including infrastructure, economic policy, trade, policy), Extractives and Natural Resource Management (including mining-related subjects), Agricultural Productivity, Environment, Health, Education, and Gender.
  • The applicants for Masters Awards for Ghanaian Students, 2018 should nationals of Ghana.
  • The candidates should be mid or senior career professional working in the above-mentioned fields in the public sector.
  • The applicants should be aged between 25 to 50 years.
  • The candidates should have a minimum of 3 years postgraduate work experience in a role relevant to the proposed field of study.
  • The applicants with more experience will be given preference.
  • The candidates should have a bachelor's degree of 4 years with at least a 2:2.
  • The applicants for Masters Awards for Ghanaian Students, 2018 should not have or be studying a masters degree.
  • The candidates should return to their current employment after completion of the scholarship.
  • The recipients of Masters Awards for Ghanaian Students, 2018 get full tuition fees, a stipend of AUD 30,000 towards living expenses, Overseas Student Health Cover, and economy class flight to and from Australia.
  • The recipients will also get AUD 5,000 to assist in starting life in Australia and commencing the course.

 

Updated on: 19 Feb, 2020

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  2. When is the deadline of Masters Awards For Ghanaian Students, 2018?

    The deadline of Masters Awards For Ghanaian Students, 2018 is 15 Dec 2017

  3. For which degree is Masters Awards For Ghanaian Students, 2018 offered for?

    Masters Awards For Ghanaian Students, 2018 is offered to Masters degree

  4. For which field is Masters Awards For Ghanaian Students, 2018 offered for?

    Masters Awards For Ghanaian Students, 2018 is offered for Agricultural Productivity, Extractives and Natural Resource Management (including mining related subjects), Public Policy (including infrastructure, economic policy, trade, policy)

  5. Who can apply for Masters Awards For Ghanaian Students, 2018?

    Masters Awards For Ghanaian Students, 2018 is open for: Open to nationals of Ghana

  6. Who is offering Masters Awards For Ghanaian Students, 2018?

    Masters Awards For Ghanaian Students, 2018 is offered by Australian government

  7. What is the funding covered in Masters Awards For Ghanaian Students, 2018?

    Masters Awards For Ghanaian Students, 2018 Covers Full Funding, tuition fees, economy class flight to and from Australia, annual stipend of AUD 30,000

  8. Where can Masters Awards For Ghanaian Students, 2018 can be taken at?

    Masters Awards For Ghanaian Students, 2018 can be taken at Selected universities in Australia
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