The Makerere University College of Health Sciences, School of Public Health, in partnership with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHU), established the consequences of chronic trauma, injury and disability in Uganda ( MU-JHU-chronic TRIAD) program. The goal of the program is to strengthen research capacity on long-term health and economic consequences of trauma, injury and disability in life in Uganda.
AVAILABLE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMMES
The purpose of the program is to strengthen research capacity on the long-term health and economic consequences of trauma, injuries and disability across the lifespan in Uganda.
ELIGIBILITY FOR THE SCHOLARSHIP
To be eligible for these scholarships, Candidates must receive an offer of acceptance into the master’s program at the university enrollment in August 2013 (academic year 2013/2014).
Scholarship Lasts For The Duration Of The Concerned Programme
Makerere University School of Public Health, Uganda
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Candidates are required to submit a personal statement that summarizes past training and experience, interest in trauma, injury and disability, and future goals in the field of trauma, injury and disability. This statement should not exceed two A4 pages (12 points). Interested candidates must apply separately for admission to full-time program at Makerere UniversitySchool of Public Health MPH.
Applications should be addressed to:
Makerere University School of Public Health
Paper copies of applications / proposals must be submitted to the Dean’s Office, Level 2, MakSPH Building, New Mulago Hospital Complex, alternately electronic applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
For Enquiries contact,
Administrator Chronic TRIAD program
Only selected applicants will be notified.
All decisions of the selection committee will be final.
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION DEADLINE
The MU-JHU chronic TRIAD program will accept applications for these grants between 28 January 2013 and close 28th February 2013 for university admission in August 2013/2014.
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