Scholarship in animal behaviour and welfare for African students

Three veterinarians or animal scientists from Africa who want to complete their masters in applied animal behaviour or animal welfare, can now apply for a scholarship at the University of Edinburgh.

This grant is made available by the University and the Open Philanthropy Project, and all the international tuition fees will be covered.

There are various criteria to comply with, but the most important is that applicants must be an African resident.

The deadline to apply for this grant is 29 March 2019. If you are interested, go to the link to get more information and to apply.



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