Call for Applications: Invitation to Apply for Training in Research Methodology

18 June, 2021

The UK Research and Innovation in partnership with the African Research Universities Alliance have provided financial support for the implementation of a capacity-building project. The project is implemented in collaboration with Haramaya University, University of Obafemi Awolowo IleIfe, Protestant University of Central Africa, University of Hargeisa, Africa University, and Addis Ababa University. The objective of the project is to develop research capacity in all universities by supporting Ph.D. students, and post-doc peace researchers in their research projects. To this end, the project will provide training to ten researchers that will help them to improve their research capacities and create opportunities and platforms for researchers to expand their researches and network through workshops aimed at strengthening skills and knowledge, which enables them to disseminate research findings to continental and international audiences. The project has, accordingly, unveiled a training opportunity in Research Methodology for Social Sciences researchers of Addis Ababa University who are pursuing a Ph.D. degree and Post-doc research. The general objective of the training is to improve the research and publishing capacities of the researchers. The training will cover the nature of scientific methods and their application to the social phenomenon; nature, importance, and scope of research; types of research; steps in the process of research; types of research design; concepts in research; various tools and the procedure of data collection; qualitative research designs; mixed-method research; application of statistics in social science research; database management and techniques; data collection, management, and analysis (both qualitative and quantitative); report and project proposal writing; field report writing and presentation; and publication in credible Journals. Read more about the requirements and how to apply click here