First eight doctoral students accepted into the Human Economy Programme
By Stephan van Wyk
Posted on 05 June 2012
As part of an elaboration of its goals, the Human Economy Programme has recently accepted its first eight doctoral candidates.
The scholarships on offer were specifically aimed at students from African countries and over 70 applications, mainly from countries such as Ghana, Cameroon, Nigeria, Lesotho, Botswana, Zimbabwe and South Africa, were received. The awarded scholarships run for three years full-time.
The following candidates were accepted:
Development Studies and Gender / Sociology and Social Anthropology
Sociology of Development
Development Studies and Environmental History
MComm in Economics
Agricultural and Food Economics
MSc Global Studies
MSc Social Protection