The University of Sussex offers two fully funded PhD scholarships for research into African climate science.

Brief Description: The University of Sussex invites applications for two fully funded PhD scholarships for research into African climate science. The Peter Carpenter African Climate Scholarship is open to citizens of African countries only. The start date is September 2016 or January 2017. The scholarship covers 100% of tuition fees and provides a stipend for living expenses of approximately £14,000.

We invite applications from those with an exceptional academic record including a FIRST CLASS degree in a relevant discipline (e.g. meteorology, physics, environmental science, geosciences, geography) and preferably a master’s degree. (Candidates with the equivalent of an upper second class degree and relevant professional experience/master’s degree may be considered).

Eligibility: University invites applications from those with an exceptional academic record including a first class degree in a relevant discipline (e.g. meteorology, physics, environmental science, geosciences, and geography) and preferably a master’s degree. (Candidates with the equivalent of an upper second class degree and relevant professional experience/master’s degree may be considered).

Award Includes: The scholarship covers 100% of tuition fees and provides a stipend for living expenses of approximately £14,000.

Study Program: Scholarships are available for pursuing Ph.D. programme.

Study Major:  Scholarships are awarded to undertake Ph.D. projects on Africa climate science.

Host Organization: The University of Sussex, UK

National/International Students: African Citizens are eligible to apply for these grants.

Governing Body: The University of Sussex, UK

Application Procedure: Candidates should mail their CV and complete the on-line application.

Submission Deadline: The closing date for applications is 10th August 2016.

For more details visit the official site.