Taking advantage of the top global opportunities for Africans to explore in Health Sciences gives you greater exposure and experience in your field. They are opportunities you don’t want to miss out on. However, remember that this list is subject to updates because it is in-exhaustible.
1. Biochemical Society Diversity in Science Grants in UK 2023
Applications for the Biochemical Society Diversity in Science Grants in the UK in 2023 are currently open. The Biochemical Society is committed to ensuring equal opportunities in molecular biosciences. It believes that a lack of diversity across the scientific community represents a loss of potential talent to the UK. Worth of Award: The Biochemical Society’s Diversity in Science Grants scheme provides grants of up to £500 to individuals, groups, charities or not-for profit organizations. At its discretion, the Society may award up to £1,000 for individual projects. Deadline: Open for applications until Monday, November 21, 2022.
2. WHO/AFRO Fellowship Programme on Public Health Emergencies in Africa 2023
The World Health Organization Regional Office for Africa (WHO AFRO) invites interested and eligible candidates to submit applications for its WHO/AFRO Fellowship Programme on Public Health Emergencies in Africa for the 2023/24 academic session. Worth of Award: WHO AFRO will provide financial support to the fellows to cover tuition and research fees. Deadline: November 13, 2022.
3. Rise Challenge for Young Innovators Worldwide 2023
Applications for the Rise Challenge for Young Innovators Worldwide in 2023 are currently open. Rise is a program that finds brilliant people who need opportunity and supports them for life as they work to serve others. Worth of Award: Fully funded. Deadline: Ends at 16:59 Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) on January 25, 2023.
International students have their chances of global exposure and relevance greatly increased when they take advantage of the top global opportunities for Africans to explore in Health Sciences. Don’t miss out on this.