Apply Now: Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program (CADFP)


The CADFP is currently accepting Project Requests until July 5, 2016

Faculty of accredited public or private higher education institutions in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda apply to the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program (CADFP) by using the online project request.

Log in to the online project request to apply

Eligible types of project activities that can be requested by the African host institution are:

  • curriculum co-development,
  • research collaboration and
  • graduate student mentoring and training.

A Project can be conducted in the African host country for between 14 and 90 days, with one visit by an African-born scholar who lives in the United States or Canada and works in an accredited college or university in either of those two countries. See the program description for information on the purpose, benefits, fellowship allowances and cost sharing from the African host institution.

Please email africandiaspora@iie.org with questions.

A Microsoft Word version of the project request is available to prepare a working draft of the project request if needed. Log in and complete the online project request to submit it to the Institute of International Education (IIE) for funding consideration.

Download a Microsoft Word version of the project request (548 KB, DOC)

Download project request guidelines (245 KB, PDF)

See the Review Criteria and the How To Apply for African-born Scholars links at the top of this webpage for more information. Click here for more information.

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