Deadline: 15 July 2016
World Wildlife Fund’s Russell E. Train Education for Nature Program (EFN) is currently inviting applications for its Conservation Fellowships for Myanmar with an aim to pursue graduate-level study anywhere in the world with the goal of advancing conservation in Myanmar.
EFN supports up to two years of study for a maximum of USD 30,000 per year.
- Sustainable forestry
- Integrated spatial planning and GIS
- Sustainable ecosystems
- Climate change
- Environmental policy and/or economics
- Integrated river basin management
- Biodiversity & wildlife conservation
- Wildlife crime
- Protected area management
- Environmental science
- Sustainable development & conservation
- Sustainable energy
- Applicant must be a citizen and legal permanent resident of Myanmar.
- Applicant must have at least two years of work experience in conservation (paid or unpaid) and a demonstrated commitment to working in Myanmar.
- Applicant must have applied to, be admitted to, or be enrolled in a master’s or PhD program.
- Applicant’s research should be focused on one of the listed priority fields of study.
- Applicant must plan to begin your studies no later than August 2017.
- Applicant must commit to working in Myanmar for at least two years after the completion of their degree.
- Current WWF employees, consultants, employees seconded to WWF, and EFN grantees must contact EFN before applying.
How to Apply
Applicants can access the online application via given website.
Eligible Country: Myanmar
For more information, please download the PDF Conservation Fellowships for Myanmar.