PASET – PhD Scholarships

With its efforts concentrated on Africa, PASET Regional Scholarship and Innovation Fund that aids highly talented scientists and professionals from Sub-Saharan Africa, in Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology.

The present call is for PhD scholarships and the last date for receiving applications is June 15, 2020.

The aim of the program is to train exceptional PhD and Postdoctoral candidates in what have been deemed to be priority areas which include, artificial intelligence, agriculture and food, energy and climate change.


The award will cover tuition, living expenses, travel, medical insurance and research. Most of this shall be in the form of a stipend.

The duration of the PhD Scholarship is 3 to 4 years, including 6-24 months ‘sandwich’ placement at an international partner university, research institute or private company.

For more details please visit the website.

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