Fully Funded Nordic African Guest Researchers’ Scholarship Programme 

Applications are currently been accepted for the Fully Funded Nordic African Guest Researchers’ Scholarship Programme 2025, researchers from all across Africa are welcome to hurry and apply.

It is a 1-month stay at the Nordic Africa Institute in order to facilitate the use of the Institute’s library collections on contemporary Africa and to create links to existing research at the Institute. The scholarships are awarded once per year.

Above all, it is an opportunity for postdoctoral researchers in Africa to carry out their own research projects. Most importantly, the scholarship provides access to the Institute’s library and other resources that provide a stimulating research environment.

About Nordic African Guest Researchers’ Scholarship Programme 2025

The African Visiting Researcher Scholarship Program aims to offer African-based postdoctoral researchers the opportunity to work and develop their current research at the Nordic Africa Institute. Also, the scholarship provides access to the Institute’s library and other resources that provide a stimulating research environment.

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Through this program, the Nordic Institute for Africa aims to contribute to strengthening knowledge production capacities in Africa and to promote and establish relationships with and between African and Nordic research communities.

Nordic African Guest Researchers’ Scholarship Program Worth 2025

The scholarship includes a return air-fare (economy class), accommodation, a subsistence allowance of 400 SEK (approx. 42 USD) per day plus an installation grant of 2,500 SEK (approx. 260 USD) and access to a workspace, including a desk computer, in a shared office at the Institute. Please note that the subsistence allowance will be provided only for the days spent in Uppsala.

The Institute’s library is specialized in literature on contemporary Africa and focuses on Social Sciences. Guest Researchers also have access to the Uppsala University Library, including their online resources, and to the Library of the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.

Guest Researchers have the possibility to present their research at the Nordic Africa Institute and to visit other institutions in the Nordic countries.

The duration of the program

The maximum length of stay is 90 days, the minimum is 60 days. It should also be noted that most academic institutions in the Nordic countries, including the Nordic Institute for Africa, are closed or at least operate at reduced capacity during the periods from June 15 to August 15 and from 15 to 15 from December. January. Therefore, applicants cannot choose these periods for their visit.

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Nordic African Guest Researchers’ Scholarship Program 2025 Eligibility Requirements:

The fellowship program is aimed at postdoctoral researchers based in Africa and dedicated to Africa-oriented research in the disciplines of the social sciences and humanities. The candidate must be affiliated with an African university/research center and have proven experience from the extensive research experience.

The Institute strives to achieve a fair distribution of scholarship positions with respect to gender and geographic orientation.

Eligible Countries:

African Countries

Nordic African Guest Researchers’ Scholarship Programme 2025 Application Procedure:

The application should contain

  • Application form
  • Up-to-date CV, including a list of publications (if available online, please include links)
  • Outline of the research project, 5 pages:
    – A well-elaborated research proposal; the research topic must relate to the research themes of the Institute 
    – A work plan, including expected results, specific for the time spent at the Institute
  • Reference: A signed letter of support from the applicant’s Head of Department or other senior scholars in the same field, which confirms current affiliation and field of research. (Scanned versions of signed support letters can be emailed by the applicant.)

Please note that incomplete applications will not be considered. Persons currently or previously employed by or otherwise professionally affiliated with the Nordic Africa Institute are not eligible for scholarships. Kindly also note that the application must be in English. 

In the extraordinary event that the Scholarship Programme for 2025 does not receive full funding, applicants will be informed immediately.

Submission of Applications

Applications can be sent by post/airmail or by email. Applications sent by post/airmail should contain 2 copies of each document. Applications sent by email should contain only 1 copy of each document.

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Applications sent by post/airmail should be addressed to
The Nordic Africa Institute
Annika Franklin
P.O. Box 1703
SE-751 47 Uppsala, Sweden.

Applications sent by email should be addressed to
Annika Franklin, Research Administrator, email: [email protected]

Please note: On the subject line of your email, write: “Application: Guest Researchers’ Scholarship Programme”. Scanned versions of signed support letters can also be sent to the above email address.

Nordic African Guest Researchers’ Scholarship Program 2025 Application Deadline:

April 1st 2025

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