Details about South Africa Nuclear History Fellowship, 2017
South Africa Nuclear History Fellowship, 2017 is offered for Research Fellow/ Scientist degree in the field of Nuclear History. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is 19 Sep 2016. This scholarship is provided by Woodrow Wilson Center and the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, a USD 9,000.00 stipend, paid in three installments, to support their lodging, meals, and research ex . This scholarship is open for: Open to all nationalities.
- Deadline: 19 Sep 2016
- Scholarship value: Partial Funding, a USD 9,000.00 stipend, paid in three installments, to support their lodging, meals, and research ex
The Nuclear Proliferation International History Project (NPIHP) and Monash South Africa are offering fellowships in Nuclear History.
The fellows are expected to conduct research in the nuclear history of South Africa.
- The applicants for South Africa Nuclear History Fellowship, 2017 should be enrolled or have completed Ph.D. in the fields of political sciences, international relations, history or a related field or should have completed Ph.D. in past five years.
- The candidates can be citizens of any country.
- The fellows are expected to submit an original research paper to Wilson Center within three months of the conclusion of the fellowship.
- The fellows should write updates on the research for publication on the NPIHP website.
- The applicants for South Africa Nuclear History Fellowship, 2017 will be evaluated on the basis of the relation of a research proposal to the nuclear history of South Africa.
- The candidates will be assessed based on their English proficiency and experience conducting original archival research.
- The candidates applying for South Africa Nuclear History Fellowship, 2017 should submit a curriculum vitae, a two-page research proposal.
- The applicants should also submit a writing sample and a reference letter with the completed application form.
Value of the scholarship
The recipients get a stipend of USD 9,000.00 for lodging, meals, and research expenses which will be paid in three installments.