The Oppenheimer Impact Scholarship program is inviting interested candidates to apply for its 2023/2024 Scholar project on ‘Adaptation to Coastal Hazards in Southern Africa’. The beneficiary will receive training to undertake a project that improves the accessibility and value of scientific information and predictions to policy-makers and planning practitioners in coastal settings, to support sustainable development and adaptation to rising sea levels and increasing storm surges.
- Candidates must hold citizenship of an African Nation, and preference will be given to Mozambican nationals.
- Applicants must have obtained qualifications equivalent to a First or Second Class Upper UK Honours degree, in an appropriate area of science or technology, and have applied for a place on MSc Global Sustainability Solutions.
- If English is not your first language, you will need to meet our English language requirements.
Eligible Countries: African countries
Award to be Taken at(Country): UK
Award Value: Training post, tuition fee; stipend; paid internship, and allowances
Number of Awards: 1
Method of Application: For application processes and guidelines, click here