Global Young Academy survey on the Global State of Young Scientists – Africa

Written by , posted on Monday February 26 2018(7 months ago)

The Global Young Academy (GYA) has just launched the Global State of Young Scientists (GloSYS) Africa survey.  The GloSYS project investigates the context in which early-career researchers today work, and the challenges and motivations that shape their career trajectories. They will use the data obtained from this research to develop policy recommendations that highlight the ways in which young scientists can be better supported in their research efforts and career development.


The GloSYS Africa Survey is aimed at early career researchers in and from Africa with either a Master’s or PhD degree earned within the last ten years. They are looking for researchers within and outside Academia in any discipline to share their experiences. You can personally contribute to helping them improve the research environment in Africa by completing the short survey (available both in English and in French) and by sharing the survey widely via your professional and social networks.


Click here to complete the survey - available both in English and in French


To sign up to follow the GloSYS project and watch a brief film about the GloSYS project: