Kathmandu, October 3, 2018: Russell E. Train Fellowship 2019 opens its application with the deadline of March 1, 2019. The students planning to begin their study by January 2020 and who have enrolled or applied to a Master’s or PhD in any part of the world are eligible to apply. Applicants can apply for 3 years with up to the funding worth $30000 per year.
The fellowship is supported by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to support the students of master’s or doctoral degree in the field of conversation. After the completion of the degree, Fellows are expected to conduct any graduate level conservation program at any university of their home country.
For more details: https://wwf-efn.fluidreview.com/