Scholarship holders

Scholarship holders from Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroon, Benin, Niger and Germany are researching on aspects of culture and arts in conflict resolution, peace processes and sustainable development in West Africa, e.g. the role of theatre and film in refugee communities, the effects of migration and displacement on tangible and intangible cultural heritage, cultural policy and cultural management. The Graduate School addresses a new research area with this specific focus.

University of Maiduguri, Nigeria – PhD Scholarship holders, 2020

Susan Binwie Tanwie
University of Maiduguri

Susan Binwie Tanwie

Karimatu Dauda
University of Maiduguri

Karimatu Dauda

Lucky James
University of Maiduguri

Lucky James

Ibrahim Uba Yusuf
University of Maiduguri

Ibrahim Uba Yusuf

Gideon Danja
University of Maiduguri

Gideon Danja

Fatima Umar
University of Maiduguri

Fatima Umar

University of Cape Coast, Ghana – PhD Scholarship holders, 2020

Mawukplorm Harriet Abla Adjahoe
University of Cape Coast

Mawukplorm Harriet Abla Adjahoe

Richardson Commey Fio
University of Cape Coast

Richardson Commey Fio

Naa Korkor Leyoo Watson-Nortey
University of Cape Coast

Naa Korkor Leyoo Watson-Nortey

Richard Ametefe
University of Cape Coast

Richard Ametefe

Gloria Adu Ofori
University of Cape Coast

Gloria Adu Ofori

Espéra G. Donouvossi
University of Cape Coast

Espéra G. Donouvossi

University of Maiduguri, Nigeria – Master Scholarship holders, 2021

Usman Ibrahim Babagana
University of Maiduguri

Usman Ibrahim Babagana

Vashala Charles
University of Maiduguri

Vashala Charles

Hajara Mohammed
University of Maiduguri

Hajara Mohammed

Fati Alhaji Kokari
University of Maiduguri

Fati Alhaji Kokari

Patrick Oga John
University of Maiduguri

Patrick Oga John