L’Oréal-UNESCO Sub-Saharan Africa Young Talents Programme 2024 for African Women in Science

L’Oréal-UNESCO Sub-Saharan Africa Young Talents Programme 2024 for African Women in Science

 L’Oréal-UNESCO Sub-Saharan Africa Young Talents Programme 2024 for African Women in Science

Apply now for the 2024 L’Oréal-UNESCO Sub-Saharan Africa Young Talents Programme.The L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science sub-Saharan Africa program promotes and encourages young African women to pursue science. This program recognizes and awards young, talented researchers in the formal sciences, life and environmental sciences, material sciences, engineering sciences, and technological sciences.

L’Oréal-UNESCO Sub-Saharan Africa Young Talents Programme Eligibility Requirements

  • Be a PhD student or have obtained a Ph.D in the following scientific fields: Life and Environmental sciences, Physical sciences, Engineering, Mathematics, Computer and information sciences (2nd year at least).
  • Be from one of the 48 countries in the sub-Saharan African region, and work in a research laboratory or institution in one of the countries of the region, or be enrolled in a University in one of the 49 countries of the region (including South Africa).OR
  • Be from one of the 49 countries in the sub-Saharan African region (including South Africa) and work in a research laboratory or institution in one of the 48 countries of the region, or be enrolled in a University in one of the 48 countries of sub-Saharan Africa.

Therefore, applicants originally from South Africa doing their research in South Africa are not eligible for this programme.

Collaborative Actions of Young Talents

  • The researchers commit to:
    • Continue the research work for which the Young Talent Sub-saharan African L’OréalUNESCO For Women in Science Award was obtained.
    • Carry out the expenses detailed in the estimated budget of the application file.
    • Write a report on the research work, subject of the endowment, to be submitted to the L’Oréal Foundation in the year following the awarding of the Prize.
    • Participate in the “Management and Leadership” training as well as in the award ceremony to be held in an African capital, probably in November 2024.
  • Participation in these events is mandatory, transportation and accommodation costs for beneficiaries from all countries represented will be covered by the L’Oréal Foundation

Also Apply: Call for Applications: MILEAD Fellows Program for Young African Women Leaders 2024

Application Deadline:  15 March 2024

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