Application Deadline: Applicants should submit applications on or before 1st March, 2018
Eligible Countries: Only International students should apply.
Scholarship country: Anywhere in the world
Scholarship Type:Scholarships are for Master’s, PhD, Fellowships
Eligibility: To be eligible for a Train Fellowship, you must meet the following criteria. Please note that eligibility criteria can vary by competition. Please also refer to specific competition guidelines to ensure you are eligible.
- Applicants must be a citizen and legal permanent resident of an eligible country.
- They must have at least two years of conservation-related work or research experience.
- You must have a demonstrated commitment to working in conservation in an eligible country.
- Your research or academic program must address one of the focus areas listed in the guidelines.
- You must be enrolled in, admitted to, or have applied to a master’s or PhD program anywhere in the world.
- You must plan to begin your studies no later than January 2019.
- You must commit to working for at least two years in your home country after the completion of your degree.
- You should have received a Train Fellowship or Scholarship in the past. Professional Development Grant recipients are eligible to apply.
- You must notify EFN if you are a WWF employee, consultant, or previous EFN grant recipient.
- Endeavor to submit all required documents by the application deadline (March 1, 2018).
Selection: Note that eligible Fellows are selected through a transparent and competitive, merit-based process. An independent, interdisciplinary panel of experts is convened in each country to review applications and to identify the top candidates based on the following criteria:
- Professional qualifications as evidenced by previous and current conservation-related positions, references from colleagues in the field, publications, and other sources
- Demonstrated leadership through involvement in community and volunteer activities, the workplace, local and national government, and other areas
- Prior academic achievement as shown by grades, academic awards, and references from professors
- Motivation and commitment to contribute to conservation in a participating country and to share what is learned with others in their field and in their home communities
- Potential impact of proposed study/research on conservation efforts in the home country or region
Number of Awardees: Not known
Value of Fellowship: Fellowship amount could go up to $30,000 per year
How to Apply: Applicants can access the online application at www.worldwildlife.org/efn.
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