WACCBIP-DELTAS GRADUATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME
“WACCBIP has been an important launch in my career. With the experience I have gained, I am confident that I can make lasting impacts in any field in my career as an accountant”
Marian Nanor (BSc. Accounting)
Graduate Intern 2016/2017
“It has been a very enlightening experience. Under very good supervision, my research skills have been honed and invested into well-conducted research, where space and resources have been available to meet need. Clearly, WACCBIP is contributing to the tremendous global advancement.”
Ghartey Georgia Naa K. (BSc. Animal Biology),
Graduate Intern 2017/2018.
“Coming from a non-science background, WACCBIP has given me the opportunity to broaden my scope of knowledge through various workshops, conferences and seminars. Through WACCBIP I have met renowned personalities, local and international, from various academic fields. I admire the work being done to eradicate diseases in Ghana and Africa at large, and I can finally give a meaningful contribution towards it.”
Winifred Amakye (BSc. Administration)
Graduate Intern 2017/2018
“I look back and actually rejoice concerning the day I was informed about my application being accepted. The past eight months have been incredible; getting to observe, first-hand, the growth and progress of cutting edge science in West Africa. The WACCBIP environment, containing a fine blend of the best Africa has to offer, serves as a large diverse human resource base from which much has been learned, concerning various research experiences, methods, skills and use of equipment.”
Ebenezer Nii Adama Aryee (BSc. Biochemistry),
Graduate Intern 2017/2018.
WACCBIP offers a fulfilling opportunity for self-improvement and for making a difference by contributing to world-class disease research that improves the quality of life for thousands in the West African sub-region and beyond.
To apply for our DELTAS Graduate Internship Programme, you must:
Have completed undergraduate studies and registered for the National Service Scheme by June 2018
Have majored in any of the Biological Sciences, Computer Science, Chemistry, Physics, Biomedical Engineering, Accounting, Law, Economics, Political Science, Sociology, Psychology, English Communication, or Linguistics
Be hard working, highly motivated and interested in promoting scientific research
Send application documents (CV (2 pages maximum, statement of purpose, and official transcript) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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The successful Graduate Intern will be supported with a $100 monthly stipend as top-up to their National Service allowance.