Applications are been accepted from young students in the science field from developing countries for the IPCC Scholarship Program to enroll for PhD courses at their chosen university.
ABOUT THE SCHOLARSHIP
The IPCC Scholarship Program was set up to assist in capacity building in order to help with managing and understanding of climate changes in developing countries by giving chances to young scientists from developing countries to enroll for PhD courses. The scholarship is financed by The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) with assistance from Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation and Cuomo Foundation.
Applications from less developed countries and small island developing states will be given high consideration.
The scholarships are awarded for up to two years and the scholarship offers about 15000 Euros yearly
FIELD OF STUDY
Scholarships are awarded in the following fields: underlying science of climate change, socio-economic modelling related to climate change, climate and water, climate and the oceans.
Should be a citizen of a developing country
At the time of applying, student should not be more than 30 years old
Applicants should presently be studying at PhD level at their chosen university or should have an offer for admission for PhD courses
Proposals for research that will be accepted for the next phase of awards should under the following areas of study: underlying science of climate change, socio-economic modelling related to climate change, climate and water, climate and the oceans
HOW TO APPLY
Applications are done online once the student registers with the following documents attached
Completed application form
Evidence of offer of admission to study PhD courses
Click here to contact the scholarship provider for more information on how to apply
Application deadline is February 15 2015
Note: Successful applicants will be informed by September 2015 and by October 2015, the results will be released generally.