Mfano Africa-Oxford Virtual Mentorship Programme for African pre-PhD Students 2022

Mfano Africa-Oxford Virtual Mentorship Programme for African pre-PhD Students 2022

Mfano Africa-Oxford Virtual Mentorship Programme for African pre-PhD Students 2022

The organization is announcing the second phase of the mentorship plan in partnership with the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford. The objective of the programme is to help and inspire a group of auspicious pre-PhD students in Sub-Sharan Africa who have the ambition to further their PhD studies in Mathematical Sciences.

About Mfano Africa

To know about the organization, visit the website.

About Mfano Africa-Oxford Virtual Mentorship Programme

Category                             Training
Organization                     Mfano Africa
Country of study             
School of study                
Course of studyNot stated
Application Deadline     May 4, 2022

Objectives and Benefits of Mfano Africa-Oxford Virtual Mentorship Programme

  • The online programme will be for the duration of an 8-week mini-project, it will be in July/August 2022.
  • The fortunate students will be peered with a mentor at the University of Oxford. The students will work one-on-one with the mentor on mutual research interests.
  • The students will be pointed to vital recorded lectures from the latest courses at the Mathematical Institute. They will also be exposed to career development training and coaching on PhD applications.
  • There will be a payment of a £230 (GBP) stipend to help the students with the costs of internet data, printing and other items needed.

Requirements for Mfano Africa-Oxford Virtual Mentorship Programme Qualification

The interested applicants must meet the following:

  • Willingness to study.
  • Holds BA or BSc degree in Mathematical Sciences.
  • Good academic history.

Application Deadline

May 4, 2022

How to Apply

If you are interested and qualified to apply, send an email including the following documents to linda.austin@maths.ox.ac.uk .

  • Scanned academic transcript till date – in a single pdf.
  • Modified CV.
  • Research interests essay not less than a 500-word summary and the topics you might possibly undertake during a PhD.
  • One academic reference letter is to be forwarded to the email linda.austin@maths.ox.ac.uk.

For further information, visit the Mfano Africa website.

Goodluck.

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