Commission for developing countries are offering financial aid to the mathematical expertise to pursue postdoctoral studies under African Diaspora Mathematicians Program, interested candidates can apply for African Diaspora Mathematicians Program 2020 before deadline through the link https://www.mathunion.org/……………
Under African Diaspora Mathematicians Program, the postdoctoral grants are offered to the students who were born and raised in Africa and are now full-time employed outside of Africa as professors in mathematics, the applying candidate must have pursued their MA in mathematics in order to be eligible to apply for the African Diaspora Mathematicians Program 2018, annually three awards are provided by The Commission for Developing Countries for a period of three years, the main objective hindered under the program is to strengthen appreciation and understanding of mathematics, particularly at the postgraduate level, by utilising the expertise of African Diaspora mathematicians in collaboration with the mathematicians of Africa and African diaspora.
About the award
|Name of the Scholarship||African Diaspora Mathematicians Program|
|Number of Scholarships||three (3)|
|Education Qualification||MA mathematics|
|Name of Origination||The Commission for Developing Countries (CDC)|
|Period of Award||three years|
African diaspora is offering postdoctoral studies in Mathematics to the candidates who are interested to pursue their research in developing nations, the candidates should undergo activities like Postgraduate teaching and examination, Postgraduate supervision, Curriculum design or improvement, Research collaboration,Mentorship, Advice on acquisition of software, literature and other educational materials, Deliver public talks to general public on the potential of mathematics and STEM for development.
Value of award
selected candidates will be granted an amount of Euro 7,000 annually, of this Euro 6,000 cover airfare, travel insurance, visa processing and living expenses for 3 to 6 weeks at the host university in Africa, Euro 1,000 per year which cover educational material such as books, software, journals and other learning material, to be left to the host institution.
Eligibility criteria for African Diaspora Mathematicians Program 2020
Interested candidates who are applying for the African diaspora mathematics program the applicant should be a Mathematicians with a PhD who were born and raised in Africa and are now full-time employed outside of Africa as professors in the field of mathematics, the candidates should have Mathematics academic units at any university in Africa who are intended to or interested to build long term connections with African Diaspora Mathematicians and hopefully the home institution of the Diaspora Mathematician.
The applying candidate should be a permanent citizen or a resident of Africa to apply for the program
Application procedure to apply for African Diaspora Mathematicians Program 2020
Documents to be submitted
- letter in pdf only from the Vice-Chancellor of the host institution
- A letter in pdf only from the Vice-Chancellor of the home university of the African Diaspora mathematician
- A recent CV
The applying candidate should submit the completely filled application form along with three documents in PDF format via email to:CDC.ADMP.Administrator@mathunion.org, the application mode is through online mode only.
January, 2020 is the last date to apply for the African diaspora mathematics program, interested candidates can apply before deadline, for further information please visit official website https://www.mathunion.org/.