Cornell University Africa Fund 2021/2022 for African PhD Students
The Cornell University Africa Fund 2021/2022 are now open for African PhD Students to apply.
When is Application Deadline?
15th February 2022
Tell me about Cornell University Africa Fund:
Approximately 20% of our doctoral students studying on campus receive Cornell University Fellowships (referred to as Sage Fellowships or Cornell Fellowships depending on the field of study). These fellowships typically include full tuition, a nine-month stipend, and Cornell individual student health insurance. A summer stipend may also be provided to students.
A fellowship provides financial support to graduate students to pursue graduate studies without associated teaching or research responsibilities (as they are in a teaching or research assistantship). Fellowships are generally merit-based internal or external awards to support a student in a full-time course of study.
The Graduate School funds a significant number of entering doctoral students with fellowships awarded through their graduate field.
To find out about the vast array of awards that will be appropriate for you, talk with your director of graduate studies (DGS) and other students in your field. UCLA’s fellowship database (GRAPES) also offers an extensive list of external fellowship opportunities to consider.
Type of Award?
Who is Eligible for the Cornell University Africa Fund?
Ph.D. applicants who are citizens of an African country and not permanent residents of the United States are eligible for this award.
Which countries are eligible?
Where will Award be taken?
United States of America
How Many Awards are available?
What is the Benefit of this Award?
The Africa Fund includes a nine-month stipend, full tuition, and Cornell individual student health insurance.
How can I apply for Cornell University Africa Fund?
To request consideration for this fellowship, please notify your graduate field of your eligibility and request that they nominate you to the Graduate School prior to the fellowship deadline of February 15.