The Centre of African Studies and School of African Studies(SOAS) University of London grant the Mo Ibrahim Foundation University of London PhD Scholarships 2022/2023 for African Students.
As a part of the Governance for Development in Africa Initiative, two PhDs are provided to African nationals that are funded by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation.
More Concerning the Mo Ibrahim Foundation PhD Scholarships
The Centre of African Studies at SOAS, University of London, is happy to announce the extension of the Governance for Development in Africa Initiative, funded by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, for one more three years.
The main target of the venture remains the same when it comes to creating a dedicated environment to assist the study of the socio-economic, political, and legal links between governance and development.
The Mo Ibrahim Foundation has generously provided SOAS with two PhD scholarships every year for African students enterprise a full‐time PhD and Masters programme within the area of Governance for Development in Africa.
Number of Awardees: 2
Period of Scholarship: Three years
Offered yearly? Sure
Eligible Nations: African nations
To be taken at (country): College of London, UK
Fields of Study
The eligible PhD are solely these within the following departments:
- Development Studies
- International Relations/Politics
- CISD (Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy)
- DEFIMS (Division for Financial and Management Studies )
- Distance Learning: CEFIMS(Centre for Financial and Management Studies), DEFIMS
Value of Scholarship
- PhD: The scholarship is on a part‐present kind and it offers for charges for 3 years. Nevertheless, lodging and living cost are coated for the first year only.
- The scholarship may also cover in total 2 return flights : one throughout the first year, and one for the viva (plus one week’s accommodation around the viva).
- In year 2 and year 3, the profitable candidate may also obtain an annual stipend of £5,000.
- We also cover visa cost, supplied receipts are submitted to the Centre of African Studies office.
- We expect students to be on fieldwork during the second year, and to jot down the thesis within the third year of their country of origin.
- Candidates have to be domiciled (or permanent residents) in an African nation.
- Choice shall be given to scholarship candidates living in Sub‐Saharan Africa.
Selection Criteria: Candidates shall be assessed on academic merit by a panel consisting of SOAS academic members. The evaluation of your application shall be primarily based on the information in your scholarship application.
The way to Apply for Mo Ibrahim Foundation PhD Scholarships
- Please apply via this on-line application form: here
- The guidance notes might be downloaded on the right hand side of this web page.