NM-AIST Partial Master Scholarships in Tanzania are open apply now. Applications are invited for Announcement of Partial Scholarships under the NMI-AIST (AfDB) Project, at NM-AIST for 2020/19 Academic Year. The scholarships are open to both local and regional students.

These programmes are aimed at providing Africa with the skills needed to add value to its natural resources and to enhance its competitiveness and growth.

The African University of Science and Technology (AUST) is a Pan-African institution, established in 2007 in response to a request from several African Heads of State, to give life to a request made by then-President Nelson Mandela of South Africa, that the World Bank and the African Union work together to create strong Pan-African centres of excellence to improve sub-Saharan Africa’s capacity in Science and Technology. Thus, a network of the now so-called Nelson Mandela African Institutes of Science and Technology (NM-AISTs) was born. AUST in Abuja was the first of these Centers of Excellence to be established. It currently only offers Graduate level programs by a combination of coursework and cutting-edge research.

NM-AIST Partial Master Scholarships in Tanzania Description

  • Applications Deadline: December 18, 2020
  • Course Level: Scholarships are available to study Graduate as well as Postgraduate programs.
  • Study Subject: Scholarships are awarded in Science, Engineering, Technology, and Innovation (SETI).
  • Scholarship Award: These scholarships are partial (tuition fees and research support) as per NM-AIST fee structure.
  • Nationality: The scholarships are open to both local and regional students.
  • Number of Scholarships: In response to this support, NMAIST has set aside a number of Master’s scholarships for the Academic Year 2020/2020.
  • Scholarship can be taken in Tanzania

Eligibility for the NM-AIST Partial Master Scholarships in Tanzania

Eligible Countries: The scholarships are open to both local and regional students

Entrance Requirements: Applicants must meet the following criteria:

The scholarships are open to both local and regional students and will run for two years. Initially, scholarships will be granted for one year and may be subsequently extended upon successful academic performance. While on the scholarships, students are encouraged to apply for additional funds to cover for other costs. Successful applicants are expected to report for studies on 14th January 2020.

Females are highly encouraged to apply

English Language Requirements: Applicants whose first language is not English are usually required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the University.

NM-AIST Partial Master Scholarships in Tanzania Application Procedure

How to Apply: All applications and supporting documents must be sent to NM-AIST using the following email: afdbscholarships-at-nm-aist.ac.tz Copy to victoria.ndossi-at-nm-aist.ac.tz. In the subject matter indicate < MSc >, < Your names >.

Eligibility criteria for scholarships

1) Certified copies of academic transcripts and certificates in relevant fields.
2) NM-AIST admission letter.
3) A recommendation letter from the current employer and/or previous supervisor/educator.
4) A maximum of a 2-page of Curriculum Vitae (CV).
5) A maximum of a 2-page research concept note.
6) One page motivation letter.
7) Publications as an added advantage.

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