The John Innes Center offers Janaki Ammal Scholarships to overseas postgraduate research students, who are nationals of qualified creating nations, to help empower them to contemplate for a PhD degree.
The award covers the difference between the Overseas and UK/EU lab-based postgraduate research tuition fees (e.g. a difference of £14,090 for the 2018/19 scholastic year).
Each honour is valid for a full-time three or four-year PhD degree course of concentrate at the John Innes Center, subject to the palatable advancement of the understudy.
The Janaki Ammal Scholarship is gone for those students in receipt of some outside funding. In this way, students must almost certainly give proof of extra funding to take care of living expenses (for example RCUK level is £14,777 in the 2018/19 scholastic year) and the lingering Home/EU dimension of tuition expense (for example £4,260 for the 2018/19 scholastic year).
Abroad candidates from nations not secured by the Janaki Ammal Scholarship might be qualified for a John Innes Center International Scholarship.
Overseas applicants from countries not covered by the Janaki Ammal Scholarship may be eligible for a John Innes Centre International Scholarship.
Eligible Countries for Janaki Ammal Scholarship
|Afghanistan||Equitorial Guinea||Malawi||Solomon Islands|
|Bolivia||Guatemala||Morocco||Syrian Arab Republic|
|Central African Republic||India||Nigeria||Tuvalu|
|Comoros||Kenya||Papua New Guinea||Ukraine|
|Democratic People’s Republic of Korea||Kyrgyzstan||Rwanda||Vietnam|
|Democratic Republic of the Congo||Lao People’s Democratic Republic||Samoa||West Bank and Gaza Strip|
|Djibouti||Lesotho||Sao Tome and Principe||Yemen|
|El Salvador||Madagascar||Sierra Leone||Zimbabwe|
Official Notification: https://www.jic.ac.uk/training-careers/postgraduate-opportunities/janaki-ammal-scholarships/