The University of Malawi established the Africa Center of Excellence in Public Health and Herbal Medicine (ACEPHEM) at the College of Medicine (CoM). ACEPHEM is funded by the Malawi Government with funding from the World Bank. The Center’s aim is to promote postgraduate education and training and research in the following areas: injuries, urban health, adolescent health and herbal medicine. As part of Component II of the Africa Centers of Excellence II Project, resources are now available to support high-flying in- coming masters African students with full tuition, approved research costs and a monthly stipend. Eligible applicants shall be females who:
- Obtained a first undergraduate degree of an average score not less than 65% in their final year of their studies;
- Have published at least one article in a scientific journal;
- Where journal publication is not available, should have presented an abstract or
paper at an international conference or symposium;
- Must have obtained previous study grants or received academic honours;
- Meet all the academic and professional qualifications for admission into the
University of Malawi-College of Medicine.
Fields of study
Applications are being sought to enter into any of the following programmes:
- MPhil- Public Health Sciences;
- Master of Science in Global Health Implementation.
Methods of Application
Eligible individuals can obtain more information on the fellowship and application forms from:
Prof Adamson S. Muula (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Due date: 30th March 2018
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