The International Brain Research Organization (IBRO) has provided her EUR 4,000 African Regional Committee (ARC) Bursaries which is currently open for PhD recipients from African countries to study for PhD degree in the field of fundamental or clinical research in Neuroscience at institutions in Africa and abroad for the year 2019.
You can apply for this program simply by reading through this page for full details on how to process your scholarship application.
The International Brain Research Organization (IBRO) is a learned society that was founded in 1961 in response to the growing demand from neuroscientists in many countries for the creation of a central organization that would cut across world boundaries and improve communication and collaboration among brain researchers.
At present, IBRO membership includes more than 80 corporate and academic affiliated associations with a combined membership of over 75,000 neuroscientists, making it the world’s largest organization of scientists and physicians devoted to advancing understanding of the brain and nervous system.
- Course Level: PhD Degree
- Scholarship can be taken in: Institutions in Africa and Abroad
- Number of awards: Unspecified
- Nationality: For citizens from African Countries
Field of Study:
- fundamental or clinical research in Neuroscience
- Please be inform that the successful applicant of the International Brain Research Organization (IBRO)’s African Regional Committee (ARC) Bursaries will receive up to EUR 4,000.
- Must be a citizen of an African Country.
- Hold a Ph.D. degree or equivalent.
- Expertise to carry out Independent research.
- Age must be 45 years or less.
- Have published research papers in major publications on the subject of neuroscience.
- Must return to their home country after completing the study.
Closing Date for Applications:
- Please note that the last date to apply for the International Brain Research Organization (IBRO)’s African Regional Committee (ARC) Bursaries is 20th February 2019.