British Institute in Eastern Africa Graduate Attachments
Awarded by British Institute in Eastern Africa
To provide opportunities for research experience to recent university graduates.
Small grants and assistance may be offered on a discretionary basis to scholars of other nationalities. Archaeology students may be required to assist in excavation carried out by the Institute's staff. Details of activities are published in the Archaeology Abroad bulletin and in the Institute's annual report, copies of which are available on request.
Open to recent graduates from UK and East African universities.
Up to 12
Covers travel and subsistence
Candidates must submit a letter of application to the Director, BIEA with the names of two academic referees and a curriculum vitae.
The British Institute in Eastern Africa (BIEA) exists to promote research in the humanities and social sciences. BIEA is based in Nairobi, but supports work across Eastern Africa, and is one of the schools and institutes supported by the British Academy.