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About BRAINS

BRAINS is the acronym for MoBility for Research and African Integration through Health Sciences.

Aim

The overall objective is to enhance human capital development in Africa, while strengthening intra-African collaboration as called for by Agenda 2063. The program aims to increase the employability of students, improve the quality of higher education in Africa and its relevance to our development agenda, and to strengthen, modernize and internationalize African higher education institutions.

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Disclaimer

Please be cautious when receiving any publicity inviting you to apply for an Intra-Africa scholarship or a message to pay a fee to be selected as a scholarship holder. We have been informed of numerous attempted scams. Before
giving out any personal data, please always verify that the information comes from a trustworthy source. Please also note that candidates do not have to pay any fees to benefit from an Intra- Africa scholarship..

 

The European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), in the context of managing the Intra-Africa Academic Mobility Scheme, collects and processes the personal data of some of the candidates. In particular, certain data of the scholarship holders (students and staff members) and reserve list candidates is shared with the Agency through the EACEA Mobility Tool and treated according to the following privacy statement “

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Program Structure

Our Areas of Focus

Data Acquisition

Data Acquisition

Data acquisition using contemporary high-throughput technologies
Analysis of ‘Big Data’

Analysis of ‘Big Data’

Analysis of ‘Big Data’
Hands-on Disease

Hands-on Disease

Hands-on disease-specific experience.
Program Structure

The Programme’s Objectives

  • Increase the employability of students,
  • Improve the quality of higher education in Africa and its relevance to Africa’s development vision,
  • Strengthen the modernisation and internationalisation of African higher education institutions,
  • Promote the development of an African higher education and research space.

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Partner Organizations

Our African partners come from the five World Health Organization regions of Africa. They include;

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