Peace & Security Fellowships for African Women in Kenya, 2019

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The world’s fastest car, Bugatti Veyron has been spotted in Nigeria leaving many people shocked. 

Bugatti Veyron A brand new Bugatti Veyron has been spotted in Nigeria. A video showing the expensive car said to be worth $3 million (1,080,000,000 naira) was spotted somewhere in Nigeria with many people stunned. According to drishtimagazine, with a 252-mph top speed that makes it the fastest production car in the world and a 1,001 horsepower engine, the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is the world’s most powerful production sports car. And with a price tag of about $1.7 million, it is also the world’s most expensive new car First introduced in the 2006 model year, the current Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is still an exotic sports car, with its use of high technology materials and engineering. Exclusively and meticulously hand- built and tailored to individual fabulously well-heeled customers, it is a car few have seen or will ever experience outside the playgrounds of rich Arab oil sheikhs, billionaire corporate owners and the independently very wealthy. Volkswagen who own Bugatti actually lose millions of dollars on each Veyron made as the development costs for the car  were so high – However the aim was to build the fastest production car in the world regardless of cost and to that aim they have succeeded. At the heart of the Veyron 16.4 is a mid- mounted quad-turbo, 8.0-liter W16 engine, (The Veyron’s “16.4” refers to cylinder and turbocharger count) rated at 1,001 horsepower and producing 922 pound-feet of torque. Watch video below:  

Being a woman if you are eager to upgrade your career with a research program then it may be a good opportunity for you. The African Leadership Centre is proposing the Peace & Security Fellowships for African Women.

African women having knowledge of women’s rights, gender and development issues are allowed to reach this honor after being engaged in the PhD programme.Advertisements


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Great opportunity for African women.


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The African Leadership Center was built up in Nairobi Kenya on the 24th June 2010 as an instructive trust under Kenyan law, and in an organization with King’s College London and the University of Nairobi. The ALC and it’s lead programs became out of the Conflict, Security and Development Group (CSDG) at King’s College London.

Why at this sponsorship? The program is intended to build up the system of African ladies researchers working in the field while connecting them with the harmony and security components of significant foundations.

Application Deadline: April 30, 2019


As per the described in the proclamation, to be met all the requirements for this fellowship candidate ought to be occupied with the research program relating to peace and security in Africa.

How to Apply

  • How to apply: If you want to be empowered with this studentship then you need to be registered in a Ph.D. programme. After being admitted, you are allowed to fill the application form for this fund.
  • Supporting Documents: In the event to grasp this fellowship, you will have to present few documents such as CV, research proposal, writing sample, 2 letters of recommendation, and supporting statement along with your application form.
  • Admission Requirements: For being admitted in this program, candidates are requested to have a masters or bachelor’s degree.
  • Language Requirement: Candidates are required to demonstrate competence in spoken and written English.


This is a fully funded award which incorporates tuition fees, travel expenses, and accommodation.

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