APPLY || LATEST Google Africa Ph.D. Fellowship Program for African Graduate Students (2022/23)
Do not miss out of the currently ongoing LATEST Google Africa Ph.D. Fellowship Program for African Graduate Students (2022/23)
APPLY || LATEST Google Africa Ph.D. Fellowship Program (2022/23)
Application Deadline: 11:59:59pm UTC-12 (AoE) April 27, 2022
Google PhD Fellowships provide direct financial assistance to graduate students as they pursue their PhDs, as well as the opportunity to work with a Google Research Mentor.
Google places a high value on cultivating and maintaining strong relationships with the academic community, which is one of its top priorities. The Google PhD Fellowship Program was established to recognize and reward outstanding graduate students who are conducting exceptional and innovative research in areas relevant to computer science and related fields. The program is funded by Google. Fellowships are available to promising PhD candidates from a variety of backgrounds who wish to have an impact on the future of technology. A key part of Google’s mission is to build inclusive research communities, and the company encourages people from a variety of backgrounds to apply.
- Up to 3 year Fellowship
- US $30K to cover stipend and other research related activities, travel expenses including overseas travel
- Google Research Mentor
Students and professionals are welcome to apply to the PhD Fellowship program.For current PhD Students
- Applicants must be enrolled into a full-time PhD program at a university in Africa. Applicants who are currently in their first year of a part-time PhD program and transferring to full-time positions are also welcome to apply.
- Students should be early PhD students, i.e., should not have been into more than 1 year of their PhD. Applicants for the 2022 Fellowship must have started their program on or after 1-Jan-2022.
- Students must remain enrolled in the PhD program for the duration of the Fellowship or forfeit the award.
- Applicants must be pursuing a PhD in Computer Science or related areas.
- Google employees and family members of Google employees are not eligible
- Students who are already receiving another corporate fellowship are not eligible.
For current Undergraduate/Masters students and Professionals
- Grant of the fellowship to this category of applicants is contingent on them joining a full-time PhD program at a university in Africa within the calendar year of the award.
- Student applicants must be full-time Undergraduate or Masters students enrolled at an African university. Professionals must be employed/affiliated with an organization registered in Africa.
- The Google Fellowship award shall be contingent on the awardee registering for the full-time PhD program at an African university, in Computer Science or related areas, within the calendar year 2022, or the award shall be forfeited.
- Grant of the Google Fellowship does not mean admission to the PhD program of a university. The awardee must also complete the PhD admission process of the respective institute/university where he/she wishes to register for PhD.
- Grant of the Google Fellowship will be subject to the rules and guidelines applicable in the institute/university where the awardee registers for the PhD program.
- Google employees and family members of Google employees are not eligible.
Google PhD Fellowship students are a select group recognized by Google researchers and their institutions as some of the most promising young academics in the world. The Fellowships are awarded to students who represent the future of research in the following fields:
- Algorithms, Optimizations and Markets
- Computational Neural and Cognitive Sciences
- Health Research
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Machine Learning
- Machine Perception, Speech Technology and Computer Vision
- Mobile Computing
- Natural Language Processing (including Information Retrieval and Extraction)
- Privacy and Security
- Programming Languages and Software Engineering
- Quantum Computing
- Recommender Systems
- Structured Data and Database Management
- Systems and Networking
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