I receive an average of 30 emails daily via my website and Linkedin account.
Most of the questions are around scholarships and migration.
Some even pasted their SOP for me to review. Unfortunately, I do not review SOP for now.
There is no way I can link you with Professors in Economics, Biochemistry and microbiology because it doesn't work that way. That is why I always write and talk about cold email and DIY (Do It Yourself)
Just a reminder that I do not run a consultancy service, so I usually find it odd when people request I reach out to them via Whatsapp. I will be willing to meet you at halfway if you are intentional and determined in this journey.
Fully funded PhD in Basic and Clinical sciences at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
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Application Period: August 1, 2021- December 1, 2021
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Graduate school programs typically require two or three references as part of your application package. Some course-based professional programs will require one academic reference and one professional reference.
Each program sets its own criteria for reference letters, so be sure to check its requirements.
It is important to identify these potential references at least one month in advance of applying to graduate programs.
Types of referees
Academic references should be permanent professors on the university’s faculty.
Professional references are individuals you worked with (such as a former employer) who can write positively on your relevant work experience.
As part of your online application, you must upload a statement of purpose. The statement should be one to two pages and single spaced.
It should briefly discuss
your purposes and objectives in pursuing graduate study;
your special interests and plans;
your strengths and weaknesses in your chosen field;
any research projects or any independent research in which you have actively participated and how they have influenced your career choice and desire to pursue graduate studies; and
Graduate Student Positions, University of Calgary, Canada
If you are interested in one of the positions below, or a post-doctoral position, please directly contact an appropriate Faculty member
1. A graduate studentship (MSc or PhD) opportunity exists in the Gilleard laboratory.
Research Area: Investigation of macrocyclic lactone drug resistance in cattle lice and the development of rapid pen-side molecular diagnostics.
This is an excellent opportunity to undertake important and novel research, develop expertise in parasitology/entomology and in cutting-edge next generation sequencing and molecular diagnostic approaches. The graduate student will join a research
PhD scholarship at Silesian University of Technology, Poland
Architecture and Urban planning
Automation, Electronic and Electrical Engineering
Technical IT and telecommunication
Civil Engineering and Transport
Environmental, Mining and Energy Engineering
Management and Quality Studies
Underserved Communities Grant Writing Workshop October/November 2021
Deadline- 20 August 2021
AREF is calling for applications from scientists who are emerging biomedical/health researchers in specific Sub-Saharan African countries to participate in its Essential Grant Writing Skills Workshop. For this call we are specifically targeting countries from which we have
had less engagement in terms of applications and participation in the past.
Our goal is to expand AREF’s impact across Sub-Saharan Africa; therefore, we are inviting applications from researchers in these underserved countries:
Aim: To support researchers in Africa who are emerging leaders and are working on important challenges for human health to develop their skills as a researcher.
What we offer: A three to nine-month placement at a leading research institution in Europe or Africa, with additional support at your home institution before and after the placement, up to a maximum of £40,000.
Who is eligible: Research active post-doctoral scientists and clinicians who are nationals of and employed in Sub-Saharan Africa who were awarded their doctorate within the last six years; and clinicians without a doctorate but who have a Masters degree or
SPACES II.1 CaBuDe: Scholarships for Foreigners: Short-term scholarships for Bachelor students (type C), Master students and Senior Experts (type D), PhD students and Senior Experts (type E) and Postdocs and Senior Scientists (type F) - marine projects
Who can apply?
The following categories of researchers can apply:
excellently qualified students, graduates, doctoral candidates and postdocs from South Africa, Namibia, Angola, Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia who are doing research within one of the following marine
SPACES research projects: BANINO, CASISAC, TRACES & TRAFFIC under the overall theme of Earth System Management in the following specific fields:
Coastal and Marine Research Sciences
These scholarships are intended to encourage and support doctoral study (PhD) at Victoria University of Wellington.
Closing Date(s): Three rounds each year closing 1 March, 1 July and 1 November.
Tenure: Scholarships will normally be tenable for three years. For a student who has already been enrolled for a Doctorate at Victoria University of Wellington for
more than six months at the time when the offer of a Scholarship is made, the maximum length of tenure of the Scholarship will be reduced at the discretion of the Victoria University Research Scholarships Committee.
Deadline-Proposals and letters of recommendation will be accepted through Wednesday, June 30, 2021 at 7:00 PM UTC
Microsoft’s mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more. Students should support this mission and embrace opportunities to foster diverse and inclusive cultures within their communities.
PhD students must be enrolled at a university in EMEA (Europe, the Middle East, or Africa).
Proposed research must be closely related to one of the themes at Microsoft Research Cambridge:
Future of Work
Call for Applications for Full Scholarship; PhD Programme in Climate Change and Land Use 2021 Admissions
Deadline- June 30, 2021
The DRP through the School of Graduate Studies, KNUST is pleased to announce availability of scholarships. All applicants are encouraged to indicate on the fee-paying forms their willingness or otherwise to be enrolled as self-financing students with
with alternative means of sponsorship in case they do not qualify for scholarship.
Scholarship-holding PhD fellows will receive a monthly stipend to cover accommodation and other expenses for the duration of the programme.
For applicants from Sub-Saharan African countries with an excellent academic record the DRD offers a limited number of DAAD merit scholarships per year.
Scholarships are available for full-time students of
the Masters in Development Studies
the Master in Public Administration
the MA in Development Management (Bochum Programme, next deadline 30 November 2021)
Scholarships include monthly allowances of 650 Euro plus travel allowances for Master candidates and 900 Euro plus travel allowances for PhD candidates. Tuition and registration fees are covered by the Scholarship Programme.