The Francis H. Brown African Scholarship is a resource that is desperately required by students who are interested in earth science and botany in East Africa.
By providing financial assistance to East African researchers and students who are pursuing research in these areas, the Francis H. Brown African Scholarship Fund aims to expand human knowledge and the scientific community’s interest in earth sciences and botany related to the origins of humans. This will be accomplished by encouraging further study in these fields. Additionally, the money will be used to support research that expands upon the work done by Dr. Francis H. Brown and helps institutions and nations in East Africa develop their capabilities in the fields of earth and botanical sciences.
Application Deadlines: 15th July 2023
Eligible Countries: Kenya, Ethiopia, or Eritrea
To be Taken at (Country): Kenya, Ethiopia, or Eritrea
Number of Awards: Not specified
Value of Scholarship: The maximum award amount is $25,000.
- Students or researchers of African heritage who are citizens of Kenya, Ethiopia, or Eritrea who (a) are pursuing a doctoral degree at an accredited university, preferably from, but not limited to, an institution located in sub-Saharan Africa or (b) have completed their doctoral degrees no longer than six years prior to the time of application for funding from this source.
- Applicants shall demonstrate a commitment to a career in their field of study with an emphasis on research and teaching in his/her country of origin following the completion of his/her degree.
How to Apply: APPLY HERE
Am still in high school but this my final year by August results will be out for me to enroll in the University