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New York University (NYU) Africa House Fellowship Programs – African Academics 2024/2025

Are you an undergraduate or graduate student seeking funding support for short-term fellowship opportunities? Then, you may be interested in the New York University (NYU) Africa House Fellowship, which is now open for applications. This program has received external donor funding to offer six (6) research grants to support innovative solutions that can enrich the lives of people in the developing world. The fellowship of $1,500 is awarded to two (2) students to cover costs associated with research activities.

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The research projects undertaken in the Spring, Summer, or Fall of 2024 should be in the following Africa House/CTED research areas:

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  • Economic and Political Theory
  • Economic Development and Technology
  • Food and Agricultural Markets
  • Migration and Diaspora
  • Local Governance, Cultural Norms, and Development of Property Rights

To apply for this fellowship, you must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program at New York University, graduating no sooner than May 2025. You should also explain how you plan to participate in the intellectual life of Africa House/CTED in the Africa House Fellowship Application Form. Additionally, you need to author or co-author one (1) research paper providing findings of your research project, which should be submitted to Africa House/CTED in Spring 2025. Finally, you are also required to present your research findings at Africa House in Spring 2025.

If you are interested in applying, the deadline is March 1, 2024. You should provide the following documents: a cover letter, curriculum vitae, two (2) letters of recommendation (referees should email letters directly to [email protected]), a 2-3 page Africa-focused research proposal, and the Africa House Fellowship Application Form (upload the above-mentioned items in the Google form).

Don’t miss this opportunity to support innovative solutions that can enrich the lives of people in the developing world. Apply for the NYU Africa House Fellowship today!

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