The applications for the Funded Scholarship at the University of Ghana have opened.
University of Ghana, Legon, is pleased to receive applications from members of the University community for a grant from the Gerda Henkel Foundation of Germany to support the training of Ph.D. students in the Humanities under a project titled Enhancing Doctoral Training in the Humanities in West Africa.
Moreover, the University of Ghana has received a grant from the Gerda Henkel Foundation of Germany to
support the training of Ph.D. students in the Humanities under a project titled Enhancing Doctoral
Training in the Humanities in West Africa. Also, the University of Ghana will be the
a sub-regional hub for the training of Ph.D. scholars in the historical humanities (History,
Archaeology, Historical Islamic Studies, Art History, Philosophy, History of Law, History of
Science, Prehistory and Early History, Classics as well as other disciplines with historical component).
Furthermore, the project will fund the tuition, accommodation, research, stipend, and airfare of international
students starting from the 2020/2021 academic year.
The applicants must meet the following requirements to receive the funded Scholarship at the University of Ghana
The funding for the program will include tuition fees, accommodation, research, stipend and airfare of the International students starting from the academic year 2020-21.
The candidates must submit the following documents to the University
The candidates must send the completed application forms with the copies of the required documents to
The Provost’s Office
College of Humanities
University of Ghana
P.O Box LG 1173, Legon
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (+233) (0)307080635
While the Ph.D. program is generally for four years, funding for the program is for three
For the application process and further details, check the official link.
|Type of Opportunity||Scholarships and Fellowships|
|Open to||Ph.D. students|
|Organizer||University of Ghana/Gerda Henkel Foundation|
|Contact the organizer||Gerda Henkel Foundation of Germany|