WWF Prince Bernhard Scholarships for Nature Conservation in Switzerland, 2014

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WWF is offering nature conservation scholarships to pursue short-term professional training or formal studies in Switzerland. Applicants from Africa, Asia/Pacific, Latin America & Caribbean, Eastern Europe & Middle East are eligible, including WWF staff or candidates working as partners with WWF can also apply for this scholarship. Training scholarship amount includes course fees, books, travel and living expenses. Mid career training up to a maximum of one year are offered. Application deadline is 11 January 2014.. The WWF Prince Bernhard Scholarships (PBS) are awarded to individuals from East and South who wish to pursue formal studies or professional training in the field of conservation. With the generous support of The 1001: A Nature Trust, the aim of the WWF Prince Bernhard Scholarships is to provide financial support to individuals who wish to pursue short-term professional training or formal studies that will help them contribute more effectively to conservation efforts in their country. Each scholarship empowers a dedicated conservationist to build his or her capacity. In turn, these people are in a position to share the benefits of their knowledge and skills with others and so spread the benefits.. This scholarship is available for pursuing formal studies or professional training in Switzerland.
The research areas of this scholarship are: Not provided
Who can apply to this scholarship?
· As a priority, the PBS support mid
· career training (up to a maximum of one year) for individuals working in the field of conservation or associated disciplines directly relevant to the delivery and promotion of conservation.
· Applications from candidates doing multiple
· year studies will only be considered if the applicant is applying for support for the last year of studies.
· Applications are encouraged from people seeking to build skills in specific subjects that will enhance their contribution to nature conservation. In particular, women and people working for non
· governmental or community
· based organizations are encouraged to apply.
· Only nationals from Africa, Asia/Pacific, Latin America & Caribbean, and Eastern Europe & Middle East will be considered, including WWF staff or candidates working as partners with WWF. Preference is given to those who seek support for studies in their country or region and provide proof that they are also seeking funding from other sources.
· Applicants must provide written proof of acceptance on a course.
Benefits of the scholarship: The maximum amount for any one scholarship under this scheme is CHF 10,000, and preferential consideration is given to requests for less than CHF 10,000. The financial support provided by the PBS may be used to pay for course fees, books, travel and living expenses whilst studying, or a combination of these. Funding requests to cover the costs of attending a conference/congress, purchasing a laptop/printer or other personal items will not be considered.
More information about the fellowship:
Duration: The PBS support mid-career training (up to a maximum of one year) for individuals working in the field of conservation or associated disciplines directly relevant to the delivery and promotion of conservation. Applications from candidates doing multiple-year studies will only be considered if the applicant is applying for support for the last year of studies.
Number of scholarships: Not provided

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