The Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases (GRA) is glad to have New Zealand support its efforts by providing a PhD grant for students from disadvantaged nations.
Students from developing nations have the opportunity to travel to New Zealand to work on research projects involving the reduction of agricultural greenhouse gas emissions thanks to this scholarship.
Students from developing nations who intend to pursue a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in a topic connected to greenhouse gases can now apply for the New Zealand GRA Doctoral Scholarships.
The recipients of this scholarship will have their expenses paid for in New Zealand. Before October, interested students should submit their applications.
Apply For Fully Funded New Zealand GRA Doctoral Scholarship Details
Students from developing nations have the option to travel to New Zealand to participate on research projects relating to agricultural greenhouse gas reduction as part of the Global Research Alliance (GRA) on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases.
The PhD projects (4) that are in line with the New Zealand research programs have been chosen for this special round in the manner described below: evaluating soil carbon changes brought on by changes in land use and management; Plant and plant/microbiome features influencing N2O emissions from soil; Long-term soil phosphorus fertilizer implications for soil nitrogen cycle and greenhouse gas emission; and Climate Neutral Farms (ClieNFarms).
Apply For Fully Funded New Zealand GRA Doctoral Scholarships Prize Benefits
The New Zealand government has completely financed this scholarship opportunity. Travel, lodging, food, internet, health insurance, and other living and educational expenditures are all covered by benefits.
Study Level and Field
The program is for graduate-level research in areas related to reducing agricultural greenhouse gas emissions.
Location of Study
The program for scholarships will be held in New Zealand.
The following prerequisites must be met in order to qualify for a New Zealand GRA doctoral scholarship:
- Candidates must be prepared to pursue their PhD in New Zealand.
- The applicant must not be a citizen or a permanent resident of Australia or New Zealand.
- Candidates must be citizens of developing nations.
- Candidates must be in possession of a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree from an accredited university.
- Meet the requirements to enroll for a PhD programme at a selected University in New Zealand.
The following details should be provided by applicants, along with the necessary papers (in PDF only), to the application portal:
- Evidence for each nation in which you are a citizen.
- Academic records, a scale of grades, and a diploma from an earlier university.
- proof of a conditional admission to the chosen university.
- One-page letter of motivation outlining why you are the ideal fit for the chosen project
- CV (max. of two pages) (max. of two pages).
- two referees’ names and email addresses.
- Submission Deadline: After September 30, submissions for this scholarship opportunity will no longer be accepted.