Australia Awards for Africa Scholarships and Fellowships for Africans 2016
Australia Awards funds qualified African candidates for masters studies in Australia in priority subjects that include agriculture and food security; natural resource management (including mining and mining governance); public policy; health; and water and sanitation. Additionally, the program offers short-term fellowships for professional training in Africa and/or Australia.
Australia Awards Short Courses
Application Deadline: 18th December 2015.
Priority areas are:
- Agricultural Productivity
- Public Policy
- You must be between 25 and 50 years of age at the date of your application
- You have at least three years’ post-graduation work experience in a relevant policy, practice, research or reform role. Preference will be given to candidates with greater periods of experience.
- have citizenship of and be currently living in the country of your nationality
- not be married to/or be a de facto of, or engaged to be married to, a person who holds or is eligible to hold Australian or New Zealand citizenship or permanent resident status
- satisfy any specific criteria established by the applicant’s country and/or government of citizenship
- satisfy all requirements of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) for a DFAT student visa
- satisfy any specific admission requirements of the Institution at which the short course is to be undertaken
- hold a Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent