Two funding opportunities for PhD students are brought to our attention by of ANSES, the African Network of Social Entrepreneurship Scholars, an academic network bringing together social entrepreneurship scholars either based or doing extensive work in Africa. Not only is ANSES a sister network of EMES, but four of our most active and committed members – namely Alex Bignotti, Kerryn Krige, Filip De Beule and Mohamed Farhoud – are among ANSES’ co-founders.
- PhD Fully-funded Studentship in Corporate-Social Enterprise Relationships in UK, sponsored by Cranfield School of Management, for the 2022/2023 academic year. Application deadline: 31 October 2021.
Intending to support the education of outstanding students in the UK, Cranfield School of Management announces the International PhD Fully-funded Studentship in Corporate-Social Enterprise Relationships for the academic year 2022/2023. The educational award is available for highly motivated UK/EU and international students who apply for full-time PhD courses, starting in January 31, 2022. This funding opportunity will provide a stipend of £15,609 (tax-free) plus course fees for three years.
- RRBM Dare to Care Dissertation Scholarships, for PhD students with a research proposal in topics touching upon the Sustainable Development Goals.
The Community for Responsible Research in Business and Management (RRBM) and its co-sponsors are offering up to eight scholarships of $10,000 each to doctoral students in business schools to conduct dissertation research that follows the principles of responsible research. The research topic should focus on economic inequality, racial, gender or other forms of social justice in organisations, thereby contributing to meeting one or more of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Eligible Applications will be submitted online. They include (I) a proposal; (II) two letters of recommendation; and (III) the applicant’s CV. Applications will be accepted beginning November 1, 2021 and must be received by December 1, 2021.
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