Busitema University DAAD Graduate (Masters) Scholarships
Busitema University DAAD Masters Scholarships – see details below:
DAAD Master of Public Health Scholarships
Date: Thursday, January 8, 2019
Busitema University with support from the German Academic Exchange Service program (DAAD), is offering up to Five (5) Masters scholarships with effect from 1st September 2019. The Masters students should be from the Faculty of Health Sciences programme;
Master of Public Health
Duration and Commencement Scholarships are available for up to a maximum of two years. The scholarship will be initially granted for one year and may be extended upon individual request and receipt of a complete application.
DAAD will pay for tuition fees to the university according to the submitted fees structure and a monthly stipend to the scholarship holder (covering cost of living including accommodation).
Prospective candidates are expected to hold any of the following degrees:
•A degree in a health sciences e.g. MB.Ch.B, BSc. Nursing, B.Pharmacy, BDS, BSc. Physiotherapy and BVM
•A degree in biological sciences e.g. Biology, Laboratory sciences, Nutrition
•A degree in social sciences e.g. Social work, sociology, economics, demography and statistics
Duration and commencement:
Scholarships are available for up to a maximum of two years. The scholarship will be initially granted for one year and may be extended upon individual request and receipt of a complete application. Busitema University DAAD Masters Scholarships
The application for the DAAD scholarships will follow two steps:
To be eligible for consideration by Busitema University for the DAAD scholarships, applicants must first be admissible to the Master of Public Health programme. Applicants interested in the DAAD scholarships must therefore first apply for Busitema University admission to the Master of Public Health. Applications to Busitema University programmes is done
After applying for admission in Step 1 above, Written applications for scholarship consideration should be addressed to Director, Directorate of Graduate Studies, Research and Innovations, Busitema University and accompanied with:
1.Proof of admission or evidence of application for admission to the MPH programme (Attach a copy of scanned application form or payment slip)
2.Certified copies of all academic transcripts and certificates.
3.A Curriculum Vitae (CV)
Applications for the scholarship should be submitted in soft (scanned, PDF) or hard copies to Busitema University Liaison Office, Lincoln Flats Room A2 Makerere University, not later than 5.00 pm on Friday 15th February 2019.
Soft copies should be e-mailed to: email@example.com
Late and/or incomplete applications will not be considered.
The following are also encouraged to apply:
1.Faculty and Research Fellows from accredited public/private universities
3.Candidates from hard to reach areas in Uganda
4.Females and Persons with Disabilities
5.Candidates from sub-Saharan Africa
Selection of candidates:
Apanel constituted by the DGSRI will screen, rank, pre-select and short-list double the number of candidates as the offer (i.e. 10 candidates). Shortlist will be based on the quality of the applications and gender balance.
For Any inquiries or clarification, please contact:
Dr. Samson Rwahwire
Ag. Director, Directorate of Graduate Studies, Research and Innovations
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com,
Call for Applications [Deadline 15th February 2019]