The Cadbury Postdoctoral Fellowship is sponsored by an endowment, that ensured sub-sahara African Universities staff spend a period of one and a half year (18 months) in Birmingham University.
Any interested and qualified person is encouraged to apply, since the 2021/2022 academic session application has being made open.
Details About Cadbury Postdoctoral Fellowship
Here are important information about the Cadbury Post doctoral Fellowship in African Studies;
Sponsor: University of Birmingham
Host: University of Birmingham
Nationality: All countries
Duration: One and a half year (18 months)
Study Level: Not specified
Requirements for Cadbury Postdoctoral Fellowship
The requirements for the Fellowship are;
- Applicants must live in Africa, and also work with any African institutions or affiliated an African Higher Educational Body.
Must tender an approval from their home institution to show that they are being released to attend the Fellowship program.
Own a doctorate degree which must be obtained from either June 30th of the year 2016 to June 30th 2021.
Be knowledgeable about the African history and/or its Diaspora.
Have right record of research and applications.
Have idea about current policy issue and contacts of Organizations in the society.
Have an achievable research/publication proposal regarding African studies and/or history.
The application is done online. Click Here to apply.
Applicants will be required to upload their research work, and other documents during the course of registration.
Closing Date: June 30th, 2021 is the deadline for application.