The OCPP Ghana Scholarships, funded through the UK’s Blue Planet Fund, offer a unique opportunity for students from Ghana to undertake a fully funded Master’s in marine science.
Aimed at early to mid-career researchers from Ghana who wish to develop a career in marine science, the OCPP Scholarships Ghana will support world-class research in this area.
Hosted by the University of Cape Coast, the scholarships will enable scholars from Ghana to harness their regional knowledge, conduct vital research and help develop solutions to marine environmental problems.
The aim of the scholarships is to support scientific research that will contribute to the conservation and sustainable management of marine resources, and strengthen responses to marine environmental challenges. The scholarships will also make a positive and tangible impact on the livelihoods of coastal communities that depend on healthy marine ecosystems.
Scholarships will be awarded to Masters’ students. Each successful recipient will be entitled to:
Applicants need to have already applied for admission to the University of Cape Coast, Ghana to be considered for the scholarship
Should be working in or have significant experience of work in the areas of environment, fisheries and aquaculture science
Should hold an undergraduate or bachelor’s-level degree
Applicants need to have already applied for admission to the University of Cape Coast, Ghana to be considered for a scholarship.
Applications for the OCPP scholarships must then be completed through the online application form on the ACU website to be considered. If you don't already have an ACU account, you will need to set one up by clicking 'Get Started', in the top right-hand corner of the application login page.
Applications have now closed for OCPP scholarships Ghana.
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