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Plant breeding program in Ghana accepting PhD applicants

The West Africa Centre for Crop Improvement (WACCI) is taking applications for PhD in plant breeding at WACCI, University of Ghana. Successful applicants will be enrolled in January 2020 as the 13th cohort of students in the WACCI PhD Plant Breeding training programme.

Prospective students must have a master’s degree in plant breeding, plant genetics, plant pathology, horticulture, crop science, applied entomology, applied nematology or related fields, and be able to pay for the program through a scholarship or personal funds.

Applications are due by July 31.

Check out the WACCI fee schedule or apply for admission.