FIG Foundation is delighted to invite applications for the FIG Foundation Scholarships. The scholarships are exclusively available for PhD students who the citizens of developing countries. To be eligible, he or she must be studying for a PhD degree and registered solely in a surveying/geomatics academic programme that teaches surveying. Each of the scholarship winners will receive grant of 3,000 euros. To apply, entries must be received by 1 February 2017.
The FIG Foundation will be providing scholarships of up to 4,000 euros to PhD students. Successful applicants will qualify for a further grant of up to 3,000 euros to attend and present a peer reviewed paper at a FIG conference. Applications will be judged on the quality of the application and need. In the event that two excellent applications are judged to be of equal quality, applications from low-income and lower-middle income countries will be preferred.
The winners of this FIG Foundation Scholarships will qualify for a further grant of up to 3,000 euros to attend and present a peer reviewed paper at a FIG conference.
Level and Area of Studies
PhD degree in a surveying/geomatics academic programme that teaches surveying.
Place of Study
The study will be taken in Denmark.
Eligibility and Criteria
To be eligible for this FIG Foundation Scholarships, students must satisfy the given criteria as follow:
- must be studying for a PhD degree and registered solely in a surveying/geomatics academic programme that teaches surveying
- reside in a country listed by the World Bank as a low-income, lower-middle or upper-middle income economy
- must have had a paper accepted by a peer reviewed international journal based on their doctoral research project; applicants should be the lead author, and the paper should be co-authored with their supervisor, should not have submitted their final thesis at the application deadline.
FIG Foundation Scholarships are targeted for students from developing countries.
Please click the application link below to see further instruction of the application procedure.
1 February 2017.