منحة مؤسسة وين جرين أن تعلن عن منح دراسية ممولة بالكامل للحصول على درجة الدكتوراه. دراسات للدراسة في جامعة جنوب افريقيا. الطلاب الأفارقة مؤهلون لتقديم طلب للحصول على هذه الزمالة.

هدف زمالات وين جرين

تهدف زمالات وين جرين الأفريقية إلى تقديم الدعم للطلاب الأفارقة الذين يتابعون دراستهم للحصول على درجة الدكتوراه.

A South African university that can provide international level training in anthropology (including biological anthropology and archaeology).

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

Wayne Green Foundation Scholarship Conditions

  • Entrance Requirements: The following criteria must be met for applicants to be eligible for this opportunity:
  • The Wadsworth African Fellowship is for young African scholars who may not be able to pursue a doctoral degree in anthropology. Normally,
  • Applicants will be under 35 years of age at the time they begin their fellowship. They must be citizens and residents of an African country at the time of application. They must also be members of a group underrepresented in academic anthropology/archaeology.
  • Applicants must be prepared to show their reasons for choosing the host institution (the institution where they plan to study). Currently, applications to the University of the Witwatersrand and the University of Cape Town are awarded.
  • The host institution can only have two active Wadsworth University Fellows.
  • Because anthropology can be taught in a variety of departments (social anthropology, archaeology, anatomy, etc.), it is expected that there will usually be one active fellow per department at any given time.
  • Applicants may have already begun their PhD training at a South African university, but they must explain why their funding circumstances have changed and why they now do not have sufficient funding to complete their degree.
  • Students who apply after the first year of doctoral studies/training are not eligible to apply.
  • At the time they submit their application, candidates must have an application for a doctoral degree pending at a South African institution providing the training.
  • Applicant must have a host sponsor, or supervisor,
  • Who is a member of the South African institution where the candidate plans to pursue training. The host sponsor must be prepared to take responsibility for supervising the candidate's training. The Host Sponsor cannot sponsor more than one applicant per funding season.
  • The applicant must have a home sponsor who is a member of the institution where the applicant obtained the previous certificate/s. The home sponsor must be prepared to provide a letter of reference to the applicant. In some cases, the host institution may be the same institution where the applicant obtained his or her previous degree/certificates.
  • If this situation applies, the lead sponsor must be the head of the relevant department at the host institution or another member of staff familiar with the applicant, but will not be the host sponsor.
  • Applicants can only submit one application per funding season.
  • They may not apply through two or more host institutions or departments at the same time.
  • If the Foundation receives more than one application for one South African department, the Foundation will contact that department to provide staff to apply for potential funding.
  • Applications seeking exclusively to support fieldwork and/or dissertation writing expenses will not be accepted. Applicants must apply to the Fieldwork Dissertation Grant Program to cover fieldwork expenses. The Foundation funds the dissertation work only for Fellows who have received funding for training purposes
  • Green Foundation before conducting their field work.
  • Applicants must be able to demonstrate that they have sufficient funds as well as a fellowship to complete their training at the host institution.
  • If you are awarded a fellowship
  • The applicant must agree to comply with the requirements and conditions of the Wadsworth African Fellowship.
  • English Language Requirements: Applicants whose first language is not English are usually required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the university.

خطوات التسجيل في منحة وين جرين للدكتوراه

Those wishing to apply for this scholarship must do the following:

  • Applications must be submitted on the most recent official application form.
  • Application forms and instructions for completing these forms are available three months prior to the application deadline.
  • The institution administers the online application procedure. All application forms and other required application materials must be submitted online by the December 15 application deadline.
  • All materials must be submitted in a format compatible with Microsoft Word 2003, 2007, or 2010, or in Adobe PDF format. Accepted document formats include the extensions “.doc”, “.docx”, “.txt”, “.xls”, and “.pdf”.
  • Two printed copies of the application materials must also be mailed to the institution.
  • Printed materials must be postmarked on or before the December 15 application deadline and received at the Foundation offices no later than two weeks after the application deadline. Send printed copies to:

International Programs Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research 470 Park Avenue South, 8th Floor New York City, NY 10016, USA

  • If it is not possible to submit your application online due to insufficient Internet access in your country of origin, you must notify the institution at least one week before the deadline to arrange to submit the application by conventional mail to the following address:

[email protected]

  • The Foundation will consider only one application per South African university department each year. If the institution receives more than one application per department, the department head will be asked to prioritize their candidates for the fellowship.
  • The Wadsworth African Fellowship application asks for the following categories of information, which must be submitted by the December 15 deadline:
  1. General information about the applicant, home institution, sponsor, host institution and sponsor
  2. Answers to three questions about your background and proposed plan of study, your research interests, and your career goals or plans. Applicants are advised to read the questions and instructions carefully as they develop their answers.
  3. A detailed guide to exchange and bank accounts
  4. Copies of official transcripts from your home country institution
  5. Provide a translation if it is not in English.
  6. Language Competence: Where applicable, the applicant must provide evidence of proficiency in the language of the institution where he or she will pursue training.
  7. Biography of the applicant and host sponsor
  8. Messages from shepherds.
  9. The applicant must request letters from both the lead sponsor and the host sponsor, to be sent directly to the organization by the application deadline.
  10. Please note that physical copies of travel permits, visas and/or language proficiency certificates are not required at the application stage. If the application is successful,
  11. The institution expects the necessary permits, visas and certificates to be in place. Scholarship funds will not be awarded until the organization receives copies of all relevant permits, visas, and certifications.
  12. Do not send any other materials, such as additional letters of recommendation, computer disks, manuscripts, publications,
  13. Photographs or recordings of the institution in support of your application. These materials will not be used in the review process and cannot be returned.
  14. Before submitting your application, please read information about US tax matters if you intend to be in the United States during the period of your fellowship.