About the program/Scholarship:
The Schlumberger Foundation is calling female researchers to the fellowship opportunities for 2022–2023. The Faculty for the Future program, launched in 2004, awards fellowships to women from developing and emerging economies to pursue PhD or Post-doctoral research in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields at leading universities worldwide.
About Schlumberger Foundation:
Since its launch in 2004, 770 women from 84 countries have received Faculty for the Future fellowships. The Schlumberger Foundation is committed to gender parity in science and recognizes that full access to and participation in a STEM curriculum is essential for the empowerment of women and girls. By facilitating STEM research for women scientists in emerging economies, scientific and technological advances will be enhanced in the local communities and regions from where elected candidates are awarded for this program to pursue PhD and Post-doctoral research in leading universities and research institutes outside of their home country.
If you join this scholarship, you will get grants are based on actual costs up to a maximum of :
- USD 50,000 per year for a PhD.
- USD 40,000 per year for a Post-doc.
Please note: Grants may be renewed through to completion of studies and are subject to:
- Recommendations from supervisors.
- Strong evidence of re-integration plans in the home country.
You must follow the following criteria:
- Candidates should have applied to, have been admitted to, or be currently enrolled in a university abroad when submitting their grant application.
- Candidates must hold an excellent academic record.
- Demonstrate leadership skills, community outreach activities.
- Have a track record in encouraging girls and women into STEM fields.
- Candidates should also prove their commitment to return to their home countries upon completion of their studies to contribute to the economic, social, and technological advancement of their home regions.
- They are also expected to contribute to the public sector where their newly acquired technical and scientific skills can help provide evidence-based support for STEM policymaking.
Nationality: No specific nationality required
Skills: leadership skills, Academic Excellence
- 7 – 60
How to Apply:
To apply for this fellowship, please visit “www.fftf.slb.com” , and fill out all fields of the application with:
- Personal Information.
- Contact Information.
- Emergency Contact Information.
- Employment History.
- Your Teaching experience to date (max. 300 words).
- Your Research Proposal (max. 450 words).
- Answer some questions about your Study Program.
- Financial Information.
- Personal Essay (max 750 words).
- 3 references (2 are mandatory).
- Upload the Documentation required:
- A copy of your Master’s degree and transcript
- Your Offer and/or Admission letter from your Host University if it is available at the time of applying.
- If you are applying for a Post-Doc grant, please also submit a copy of your PhD award.
- Press “Submit”.