This is a three-year National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) Global Health Palliative Care (GHAP) Training Fellowship for an African candidate currently resident in Africa. It will enable a talented clinical or non-clinical African individual to complete substantial research project related to palliative care and rehabilitation. This is part of the ongoing GHAP-expanding access project in Uganda, South Africa and Zimbabwe funded by NIHR.
The King’s College London will award the successfully selected candidates a fellowship stipend and full international fees coverage.
Application Deadline: 20th February 2023.
Eligible Countries: International
Value of Award: £16,711
Number of Awards: Not Mentioned
- The applicants must be living in Africa.
- The applicants must have excellent research-related computing skills.
- The applicants must the ability to grasp new information and learn new skills quickly and a commitment to high-quality research and care delivery.
- The applicants must focus on three workstreams in Uganda, Zimbabwe, and South Africa, respectively.
- The applicants must have a minimum Upper Second-Class degree in health or social sciences, medicine, nursing, psychology, palliative care, or similar.
- The applicants must submit scores of the following English language proficiency tests:
- CAE/CPE – 191
- IELTS – 7.0
- TOEFL IBT – 100
- PTE – 75
- ISE – Level III (ISEIII)