Cornell University Graduate School Fellowships 2022 for Africans (Fully Funded)

Cornell University Graduate School Fellowships 2022 for Africans (Fully Funded)

Cornell University Graduate School Fellowships 2022 for Africans (Fully Funded)

The Cornell University are pleased to invite as well as welcome highly intellectual international students as well as Africans who wish to further their academic pursuit in the United States to enroll into their ongoing Graduate School Fellowships for the 2022-2023 academic session.

The fellowship program is a fully funded exercise, thus making it one of the most competitive study package for students, and other benefits will be accorded to each successful applicants. The program is strictly for postgraduates students who seek to further their PhD in the US.

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Fellowship summary:

Fellowship Sponsor(s): Cornell University Graduate School

Host Institution: Cornell University, USA

Number of Awards: Several

Study Level: Postgraduate (PhD)

Nationality: Africans

The Graduate School Fellowships are practically divided into various category and each having a specified mode of application. Below are the following;

  • SUNY Graduate Diversity Fellowship: for recruitment of new research degree students in graduate fields within contract colleges
  • Deans Excellence Fellowship: for recruitment of new research degree students
  • Deans McNair and McNair SUNY Graduate Diversity Fellowships: for recruitment of new research degree students who were McNair Scholars at their undergraduate institutions
  • Deans Mellon Mays and Mellon Mays SUNY Graduate Diversity Fellowships: for recruitment of new research degree students who were Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellows at their undergraduate institutions
  • Africa Fund Fellowships: The fellowship includes a nine-month stipend, full tuition, and Cornell individual student health insurance.

Requirements and eligibility criteria for the 2022 Cornell University Graduate School Fellowships;

  • Applicant must be a national of an African country applying for a full-time postgraduate study programme at Cornell University.
  • Applicant must be admitted into an eligible course at the University.
  • Applicant must have completed a master’s degree in relevant fields from a recognized institution of higher learning.

Fellowship Benefits

  • Full tuition award
  • Individual health insurance
  • Monthly stipend

SEE ALSO: University of Michigan African Presidential Scholars Program 2022/2023

Application Procedures for the Cornell University Graduate School Fellowships 2022 (How To Apply);

Interested applicants who meets the above requirements and eligibility criteria for this fellowship study program are required to first apply for admission into an eligible course and would thereafter be considered for the fellowship offer.

Application Deadline: Not Specified

For more information about this opportunity, Visit the Official Website.

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