Students, scientists and professionals from the public and industrial sector, who are involved in local crop (potato) improvement or GM regulatory programs
Holder of at least a Bachelor (or equivalent) in Science, Plant Biotechnology, Agricultural or Bioengineering Sciences
Good knowledge of English
Preference will be given to participants from Africa involved in potato breeding
A balance between male and female participants will be achieved
A number of scholarships with support from VLIR-UOS for registration, accomodation and travel expenses are available for applicants from the VLIR country list. Preference will be given to participants from the public sector in Africa who are professionally involved in the topic.
1) STI-scholars must be nationals... Read more