African Biomedical Engineering Mobility Scholarships 2018 – (ABEM) 2018 Fully Funded scholarship

African Biomedical Engineering Mobility Scholarships 2018 – The African biomedical Engineering Mobility (ABEM) project is available for master’s and doctoral students for 2018/2019 academic session.

Are you looking for scholarship,if yes then here is the scholarship and how you can apply for it. We will also show you where you can get the form, how to fill it and how to subtmitte the form after filling it.

The African Biomedical Engineering Mobility (ABEM) is out to buid human andinstitutional capacity in Africafor the purpose of need-based health technology research as well as development. this project will also educate and train postgrduate students with skills and specialisation tha is not given at their home institution.

Henceforth, this (ABEM) will also support the development of biomedical engineering programmes that are being established and also rehablitate the entire biomedical engineering curricula across the continent.

All these accademic benefits will be achieved through the provision of scholarship to cover the overall cost mobility between african higher education institution.

Moreover, this prokject will increase employment opportunities most especially for graduates, enhance staff research profiles and teaching competencies as well as institutional research profiles and inter-university cooperation and then support the development of solution for health challanges.

African Biomedical Engineering Mobility Scholarships 2018 ELIGIBILITY:

To be eligible for a scholarship, master’s and doctoral students must comply with the following criteria:
(a) Be a national of and resident in any of the eligible countries covered by the Programme (see Section 2.1)
(b) At the time of the application for a scholarship, be registered at or have obtained their most recent degree (or equivalent) from:
• one of the higher education institutions included in the partnership (Target Group 1);
• a higher education institution not included in the partnership but established in an eligible
country (Target Group 2) Students applying for PhD degree-seeking mobility, are expected to have obtained at least their bachelor’s degree in an eligible African country, from a different institution from the prospective host institution, and in a different country to that of the host institution.
(c) Have sufficient knowledge of the language of instruction in the host institution.
(d) Meet the specific requirements of the host institution.
Students can only benefit from one scholarship under the Intra-Africa Academic Mobility Scheme. Students having benefitted from scholarship(s) under the previous Intra-ACP Academic Mobility Scheme cannot receive scholarships under the Intra-Africa Academic Mobility Scheme.

HOW TO APPLY for African Biomedical Engineering Mobility Scholarships 2018

The applicant should:

Verify the eligibility criteria (if a candidate does not fulfil all of the eligibility criteria, he/she should not submit an application, as the application will be considered invalid and will not be evaluated).

Identify the Target Group to which (s)he belongs and the available scholarships.

Select at least one host institution. It is highly recommended that applicants select up to 3 different host institutions from the available options but always with consideration to language and background requirements defined by each host institution and programme.

Create an account on the application website for the project.

Read attentively the Guidelines for Applicants, the FAQs and the online Application Form.

Collect all necessary information and documents to complete the Application Form:
Several documents are mandatory and the online system will not allow the application to be submitted without them. In case of unreadable documents, the application will be considered invalid and will not be evaluated.

Select the host institution(s) with consideration to the following:

  1. The language requirements of the host institution.
  2. The identified areas of excellence and available projects in each partner institution.
  3. The required academic background for the field of study, research project or activity.
  4. The cost of living at prospective host institutions, personal needs for subsistence, and the monthly stipend for the scholarship.
  5. The need to adapt to different cultural realities at the hosts institution and also to different climate conditions, in case of selection

Prepare a mobility project proposal describing the aims, activities and foreseen study/work plan and taking into consideration the objectives and goals of the host programme and of the ABEM project.

The proposal must be clear in its methodology, impact and benefit, as well as its feasibility within the time-frame established by the duration of the scholarship.

Staff should liaise with the home and host universities on the programme of activities, eg lectures or administrative work to be delivered; research activities to be carried out; type of training to be followed; etc.

Prepare a motivation with regard to the benefits and expected outcomes of the mobility