The Scholar’s Journey: A Practical Guide to Entering Graduate School and Securing Master’s and PhD Funding


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Graduate school and higher education will continue to be with us till the end of time! Getting into it needs preparation, and getting funding for a PhD is a skill one must muster! One will have to provide motivation, a statement of purpose, craft a CV, write proposals, prepare a work plan and schedule, and write an email to a prospective supervisor, among others. In the end, PhDs whose projects receive funding might be required to submit conference abstracts and progress reports to funders. Each of these criteria is met by this book. It might be challenging to find all of these in one location, as Dr. Theo Acheampong argued in the book’s foreword. For the following reasons, this book stands out and fills a need:

  1. It is written in simple terms for easy understanding.
  2. It is made by a skilled individual who has gone through all of these stages.
  3. It compiles all the paperwork required for graduate school, as well as for obtaining grants and funding, in one place.
  4. The book is lighter and easier to carry when traveling.
  5. It includes useful examples that the author has prepared based on his experience.
  6. The examples provided in this book can be used by the reader to create his own narrative.

7. The book serves as a helpful resource for prospective Master’s and PhD Students

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Albert Kobina Mensah

Dr. Albert Kobina Mensah is a Ghanaian scientist and works as a Research Scientist with Ghana’s Council for Scientific and Industrial Research-Soil Research Institute in Kumasi. He earned his PhD in environmental soil science from Germany's Ruhr-Universität Bochum and has a Master of Science in water resources/watershed management from Kenyatta University in Kenya and a Bachelor of Science in general agriculture from the University of Cape Coast in Ghana. His research focuses on soil contamination and pollution, soil potentially hazardous elements and remediation, environmental risk assessment, redox chemistry of potentially toxic elements, and the sustainability of artisanal and small-scale mining. He has participated in numerous rigorous laboratory investigations and field experiments to identify potential sustainable solutions to soil pollution concerns caused by gold mining in Ghana. He is a young researcher with a track record of doing and publishing high-quality research in high-impact journals in the fields of environmental sciences, soil sciences, public health, and mine sector sustainability. His scholarships have been published in prestigious international environmental science journals, and he has given oral presentations and appeared at international soil science conferences.

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