The Nestle Nutrition Institute has provided her 40,000 CHF NNI Research Fellowships which is currently open for postgraduate and PhD students to study for Masters, PhD degree in the field of Young women’s health, mother and child health and nutrition at all institutions offering a training program in Maternal and/or Child Health and Nutrition 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 Nestle Nutrition Institute shares leading science-based information and education with health professionals, scientists and nutrition communities and stakeholders, in an interactive way. As well as being the world’s largest publisher of nutritional papers and journals, the NNI organizes and hosts internationally acclaimed workshops and symposium, making their findings available worldwide often making the most of new technology to do so.
It provides accredited continuing education programs for a wide range of healthcare professionals including doctors, nurses and dietitians. The NNI also offers grants to young clinicians and scientists globally, with a particular focus on the developing world. By sharing science-based information and education, the Institute fosters Science for Better Nutritional to contribute to the enhancement of the quality of people’s lives all over the world.
- Course Level: Masters, PhD Degree
- Scholarship can be taken in: All institutions offering a training program in Maternal and/or Child Health and Nutrition
- Number of awards: Unspecified
- Nationality: For all nationalities
Field of Study:
- Young women’s health, mother and child health and nutrition
- Please note that the recipients of NNI Research Fellowships 2019 get 40,000 CHF for the longer length projects (12 months).
- The applicants for NNI Research Fellowships 2019 should have postgraduate qualifications.
- The candidates should be affiliated with a clinical or academic institution.
- The applicants who have already left their home country at the time of application or who have spent more than 12 months outside their home country for the past three years prior to the application are not eligible.
- The applicants for NNI Research Fellowships 2019 should submit an application describing their interest in the fellowship.
- The candidates should also submit a curriculum vitae, two recommendation letters one from the host and the other from the institution where they are working, and a letter stating their intention to return to their home country.
- The applicants should also submit a plan for the proposed activity and its outcome and their training level details.
Closing Date for Applications:
- Please note that the deadline for the sending your application is Deadline varies.