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31 August 2011
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Federal funding from Germany has enabled the Hohenheim-based Food Security Center (FSC) to launch the latest edition of its PhD programme on “Global Food security”. FSC will award 10 scholarships for PhD students from developing countries for a period of 36 months, beginning September 01, 2012. This includes a monthly stipend of 1000 Euro (500 Euro for the time of field research), German language training, travel to Hohenheim, and help with the identification of a thesis supervisor at the University of Hohenheim. Definitively worth a try for candidates pursuing a training opportunity in neglected crops research!

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  1. t.khoo says:

    The application period for Food Security Center’s “Global Food Security” year 2013 PhD programme is now open. The number of awards this year has been increased to 20 (from the previous 10).
    Please visit updated hyperlink: http://www.cropsforthefuture.org/2012/08/phd-program-in-germany-on-global-food-security/ for more information. Good Luck!

  2. bakhtiar-admin says:

    Please understand that CFF do not give out any scholarships or funds/grants, instead we act as a platform for scholarships/funds/grants announcements. However, we encourage you to source for suitable donors to fund your research project using our Donors Database made available via this hyperlink http://www.cropsforthefuture.org/opportunities/donors/
    You are also most welcome to submit your application for the PhD programme on “Global Food security”. Good Luck!

  3. Yoseph T. Delelegn says:

    I would like to apply for a PhD study at Hohenheim.

    Is that still possible to apply? If so I kindly ask to send me the application guide.


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