The BSU III – AVC project invites qualified applicants to apply for the available fully funded PhD positions to pursue PhD studies in Agribusiness as detailed hereunder:
In response to the rapidly growing agribusiness subsector in the world, SUA in collaboration with the DANIDA funded, Building Stronger Universities (BSU III) Programme through the Agricultural Value Chains (AVC) Thematic Area, has developed a PhD in Agribusiness Programme commencing in 2020/2021 academic year. The programme’s broad objective is to produce highly qualified PhD graduates with capacity to undertake critical research and provide rigorous technical services in the sector nationally, regionally and globally.
The PhD in Agribusiness Programme
This is a PhD by coursework and dissertation program hosted in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness (DAEA)
The scholarship offers tuition fees, research funds, stipend, and other costs approved by the university. Successful candidates will spend up to 10 months of study stay either at the Copenhagen University, Aalborg University or University of Southern Denmark during the last three years of scholarship. The study stays in Denmark are part of the scholarship benefits. Successful candidates are expected to conduct research in selected agricultural value chains. The specific focus may include economic upgrading, governance and management of policies for the value chains in a traditional or sustainability perspective. The focus may also include socio-economic or environmental impact of the value chains. Other specific issues shall be determined in consultation with the candidate’s supervisor(s). Duration of the financial support is Four (4) years only.
- An applicant must be a full time academic staff at SUA
- An applicant must be holding a Master’s degree from SUA or other recognized universities in Agricultural Economics, Agricultural and Applied Economics, Agribusiness, or related degrees.
- An applicant must be under the age of 40 years at the time of application.
- An applicant must have been admitted into PhD - Agribusiness Studies at SUA. The application procedures for higher degrees can be found at http://www.dprtc.sua.ac.tz/ or http://suasis.sua.ac.tz:9092/index.php/welcome.
How to Apply
Qualified applicants must submit an application letter to email@example.com with the following attachments (i) A concept note (Maximum of 5 pages, Times New Roman Font Type and 1.5 line spacing), (ii) Letter of admission or provisional admission into PhD - Agribusiness studies, and (iii) At least one published report/paper that the applicant has authored/co-authored within 5 years.