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Carnegie Scholarships for African Diaspora, Canada and USA


This is to bring to the general public that applications for the Carnegie Scholarships for Africa diaspora, Canada and USA, for the year 2022/23 session is now open.

Deadline: 30 September, 2022 Providers: University Louisiana, USA
Funding Types: Partially funded Scholarship Study in: Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda, Canada and USA
Subjects: Courses by Carnegie Council Study Level: Post graduates

About the Scholarship

The Carnegie Council’s mission is to animate and guide conversation while educating the public on moral choices to be made in regard to global challenges. We have been producing neutral educational materials on global ethics used by professionals, journalists, teachers, students, and the general public since Andrew Carnegie created us more than a century ago.

The Carnegie Council is a 501(c)(3) organization. The Carnegie Council’s public education programs aim to make moral dimensions of global crises more visible and approachable to students and scholars.

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Benefits of the Scholarship

All of the following will be provided by the university:

  • A daily stipend of $150
  • Visa fees (if required)
  • health insurance coverage in addition
  • the expense of a round-trip international flight as well as ground transportation from the scholar’s house to the airport in North America
  • Possibilities to submit an application for additional funds to cover knowledge-generating activities and workshop attendance.

ALSO APPLY FOR: Fully Funded Muhammad Bin Zaid University Scholarships in United Arab Emirates

Scholarship Eligibility

  • International Students are eligible
  • All Postgraduate applicants are eligible

Eligible Countries: Africa countries.

Eligible Course or Subjects: All Courses of Carnegie Council.

Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the given criteria:

  • possess a passport containing biographical information proving their birthplace as an African country; either Canadian or American citizens;
  • possess a terminal degree, and work for an accredited college or organization.
  • Scholars may be in any academic status, but postdocs are not accepted.
  • The personal statements that scholars submit are accompanied by information about their educational backgrounds, areas of specialization, and prior employment. A letter of recommendation from the dean of the scholar’s present institution (or from a manager of equivalent or higher level) is required.