Call is open for the CNPq-TWAS Full time Postgraduate and Postdoctoral Fellowships tenable in Brazil. Deadline to apply is 11 August 2017.
As of 2017, the following fellowship programmes will be going online and to apply, candidates will need to submit a new online application form:
CSIR, India; DBT, India; CIIT, Pakistan and ICCBS, Pakistan.
Applications for these fellowship programmes will ONLY be accepted via the online portal.
These fellowships will open one at a time and not simultaneously as in the past! Please see the overview page for more specific dates.
For programmes not listed above, the application submission will continue as in the past.
Applicants should be aware that they can apply for only one fellowship per year from among the programmes offered by TWAS.
PAST FELLOWSHIP RESULTS
The results for the 2017 CAS-TWAS President's fellowship are available here: http://www.fellowship.cas.cn/dms/Announcement/1999.jhtml
- The results for the 2016 (starting in 2017) NRF-TWAS Fellowships are available here: For Doctoral results and for Postdoctoral results.
- The results for the 2016 IMU Breakout Graduate Fellowship is available here.
Click the links below to get an overview of all fellowship opportunities, both for postgraduates wishing to earn a PhD (PhD fellowships), and for those candidates interested in postdoctoral fellowships.
TWAS funds several programmes that provide grants to researchers in some developing countries for specialized equipment, consumable supplies and Master of Science students. The grant money goes to individual scientists and research groups.
TWAS offers financial assistance to the organizers of international and regional scientific conferences, workshops, symposia and special meetings in the developing world.
TWAS has long recognized that prizes and awards provide an incentive for scientists to do their best work, while winning global recognition. They range from the TWAS-Lenovo Science Prize, which celebrates the very best research in the South, to prizes awarded to early-career scientists already making impressive contributions to their field.