The Winner Green Foundation is pleased to offer the Ph.D. Research grants. Applicants of all nationalities are eligible to apply for this fellowship programme.

The program contributes to the institution's overall mission to support basic research in anthropology and to ensure that the discipline continues to be a source of vitally important work that advances their understanding of humankind's cultural and biological origins, evolution, and change.

The Wiener-Green Foundation has three main goals – to support important and innovative anthropological research into human and cultural origins, evolution and difference, to promote the establishment of an international community of researchers in the field of anthropology and to provide leadership at the forefront of the discipline.

Conditions for Winner Green scholarships

  • Study Subject: The Foundation supports research that demonstrates a clear connection to anthropological theory and debates, and promises to make a strong contribution to the advancement of these ideas.
  •  No preference for any methodology, research site or subfield. The Foundation particularly welcomes proposals that use a comparative perspective, can generate innovative approaches or ideas, and/or integrate two or more subfields.
  • Eligible scholars are eligible without regard to nationality, institutional or departmental affiliation.
  • Applications are accepted from scholars who are close to completing their doctoral degree or equivalent; However, the scholarship cannot be awarded until the degree is completed. Note that the institution expects to obtain certification before the start date of the proposed project submitted by the applicant in the application form.
  • Existing grantees must have completed all requirements for their current grants, including submitting a final report before a new project application can be accepted.
  • Postdoctoral. Research grant applications that were unsuccessful in the previous funding cycle may not be resubmitted unless they are accompanied by a resubmission statement, explaining how the application differs from the previous application and how the referees' comments were addressed.
  • If Post.Ph.D. The research scholarship is awarded, and the applicant must agree to comply with the postdoctoral requirements and conditions. Research grant.
  • College admission requirements
  • Entrance Requirements: Applications are accepted from scholars who are about to complete a doctoral degree or equivalent; However, the scholarship cannot be awarded until the degree is completed.
  • English Language Requirements: Applicants from outside the home country often need to meet specific English/other language requirements in order to be able to study there.

The required documents:

  • General information about yourself and your project
  • A summary of your proposed research. If your application is successful, this summary will appear on the institution's website. Please ensure that your abstract is written in a style that can be clearly understood by a non-specialist.
  • Answers to five project description questions. Carefully prepare your answers, which should directly address the issues raised by these questions. The best apps make the most of available space.
  • Resubmission Statement if the current application is a resubmission of a previously rejected application.
  • Detailed budget
  • A bibliography relevant to your proposed project
  • A copy of the passport or national ID
  • Copies of academic transcripts
  • Statement of purpose
  • Motivation letter
  • recommendation Letter
  • Biography
  • Statement of school/university grades
  • Training certificates (if any)

Registration steps

The institution administers the online application procedure. All application forms and other required application materials must be submitted online.

  • Application Deadline: Application deadlines are May 1 and November 1. each year

Grant funding:

  • Award: Maximum amount for postdoctoral award. Research grant: US$20.