Pan African University Scholarships for Africans (Fully Funded) | 2018/2019 (Masters & PhD)

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Pan African University Scholarships for Africans (Fully Funded) | 2018/2019 (Masters & PhD) | The Pan African University is an initiative of the Heads of State and Government of the African Union. It is a Premier continental university network whose mission is to provide quality postgraduate education geared towards the achievement of a prosperous, integrated and peaceful Africa. Young, qualified, talented and enterprising applicants from African countries

Pan African University Scholarships

 

and the African Diaspora are invited to apply to join Masters or PhD degree programmes at any of the following four PAU institutes listed below.

 About Pan African University Scholarships

PAU offers full scholarships to all students enrolled into its programmes following a competitive admissions process. Calls for scholarship applications are issued and widely disseminated by the Rectorate and students apply online.

PAU Institutes establish juries of local, regional and international experts to select students and Institute Boards submit the final list of selected students to the Rectorate. The PAU Senate makes final recommendations on student admission to the PAU Council. Before enrolment, each student signs a scholarship agreement specifying the conditions of the offer and the duties and responsibilities of both parties.

In the scholarship agreement, PAU Students are required to make an undertaking to serve any African Union Member State for a period equal to at least the duration of the scholarship after the successful completion of their studies. Students are obliged not to engage in any income generating activities that will interfere with their academic programmes. Student engagement in income generating activities shall be approved by the PAU Rectorate, only if such activities will not interfere with the student’s academic programme.

The scholarship grant covers the following costs:

  1. Tuition fees, paid directly to the relevant PAU institute;
  2. A stipend of $750 per month for Masters, and $1,100 for PhD students, to support the student’s living costs including food, housing, utilities, local transportation and medical insurance;
  3. Students not permanently resident in the country hosting the institute they are attending are entitled to a single, economy return air ticket for the most direct route between their country/city of permanent residence and the host country/city;and
  4. Students permanently resident in the country hosting the institute they are attending are entitled to $100 to cover the cost of their travel.

The PAU Rectorate reserves the right to terminate or suspend the grant if there is compelling evidence that the student has not complied with any of the provisions of the scholarship agreement.

 How To Apply

Click Here To Apply

Applications should be completed online at pau-au.net.
Application forms should be downloaded at the following address: pau-au.net.
Closing date for receipt of applications with all supporting documents: 20 APril 2018.
Applications received after this deadline will NOT be considered.
Further enquiries can be made through: pau.scholarships@africa-union.org
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