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Study in Italy: University of Pavia CICOPS Scholarships for Developing Countries



Application Deadline: May 31, 2017

About the 2018 University of Pavia CICOPS Scholarships for Developing Countries

Applications are currently being invited for the 2018 University of Pavia CICOPS Scholarships for Developing Countries. The University of Pavia and the Organisation for the Right to Education (EDiSU) is offering the 2017 CICOPS Scholarship in Italy for junior and senior members of universities in Developing Countries.

Study in Italy: University of Pavia CICOPS Scholarships for Developing Countries

All interested students are to take note of the information stipulated below.

In 1996, the Technical-Scientific Committee of CICOPS approved a scholarship project aimed at fostering research collaboration between academic from Developing Countries and the University of Pavia. The scholarships were designed for both junior and senior members of universities in Developing Countries or members of major research centers and international organizations with specific interetes in the field of development studies.

Since 1998, the University of Pavia and the Institute for University Studies (EDiSU) have offered about ten scholarships yearly for a four to ten week stay in Pavia, during which time the scholars carry out research with professors in the department that hosts them and often hold seminars.

Scholarship Type

Research: The scholarships are dedicated to professors and researchers from developing countries who wish to carry out research with a professor at the University of Pavia.

Application Deadline

31st May, 2017

Eligible Countries

Students of developing countries can apply for the scholarship.

Host Institution/Country

University of Pavia, Italy

Eligible Field of Study

Field of development studies

Eligible Countries

Gambia, The Niger, Benin, Guinea, Rwanda, Burkina Faso, Sierra Leone, Burundi, Somalia, South Sudan, Central African Republic, Liberia, Tanzania, Chad, Madagascar, Togo, Malawi,  Uganda, Congo, Mali,  Zimbabwe, Eritrea, Mozambique, Ethiopia, Kenya, Senegal, Cameroon, Congo, Lesotho, Swaziland, Côte d’Ivoire, Mauritania, Egypt, Morocco, Ghana, Nigeria, Zambia, Namibia, Algeria, Gabon, Angola, South Africa, Botswana, Libya, Tunisia, Mauritius

Selection Criteria and Eligibility Criteria

  • -The scholarships were designed for both junior and senior members of universities in developing countries or members of major research centres and international organizations with specific interests in the field of development studies.
  • -Applicants must have either two years of either teaching experience or activity in international organisations and institution.
  • -CICOPS scholarships are foreseen for research collaboration in the short period (from 4 to 10 weeks) in order to encourage the mobility of researchers from developing countries and cannot be awarded in case of doctoral studies or enrolment in a Postgraduate course at an Italian University.

Number of Scholarships

The University of Pavia and the Organisation for the Right to Education (EDiSU) provide 10 scholarships annually

Value and Benefits

Scholarship includes travel (economy class), board and lodging expenses and a pocket money of 150.00 Euro (gross) per week.

Duration

CICOPS scholarships are foreseen for research collaboration in the short period (from 4 to 10 weeks) in order to encourage the mobility of researchers from developing countries.

How to Apply

The students can apply online. Applications must be supported by a letter of invitation from a teacher of the University of Pavia, someone who would work with you on a joint research while in Pavia. Without a formal invitation from a professor of the University of Pavia your application will not be taken into consideration.

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