Global Rice Science PhD Scholarship for Students from Developing Countries, 2011

Global Rice Science PhD Scholarship for Students from Developing Countries, 2011
The 2011 GRiSS offers young agricultural scientists the opportunity to be experts in a scientific discipline and to have a broader understanding of the global issues that affect rice science for development. If you are about to enroll or conduct your Ph.D. research, you could be one of the new generation of rice scientists with a 2011 Global Rice Science Scholarship (2011 GRiSS). All Global Rice Science Scholarships (GRiSS) are awarded on a competitive basis for developed and developing-country candidate participation

Eligibility requirements:

Be outstanding scholars or students seeking a career in rice research
Be highly qualified scientists early in their career
Be involved in the field of rice science and related systems research
Possess adequate proficiency in English
Be able to complete university registration within a minimal time of scholarship being awarded
If already enrolled and applying for a Ph.D. sandwich degree program, the applicant must also have endorsement from his/her university supervisor to participate.
Potential applicants may seek co-funding for their research and study from different sources that may provide more flexibility in their choice of a university.

Application Procedure:

1. Interested applicants should send their

applications directly to :

Application Material:

Application letter
Filled-out application form
Updated curriculum vitae (CV)
Certificate of English Proficiency satisfying university entry requirements (e.g., PETS5, TOEFL, GRE, TSE, IELTS) or, for French or Spanish speakers, the respective proficiency
Transcript of records (B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. copy of grades for coursework only (for Ph.D. sandwich degree program applicants only)

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