Afrisnet-Mentored Students Secure Admission into Graduate School

New Omicron Sub-variants Evade the Immune System

Afrisnet Launches a Platform to Support African Graduate Students

Recent Research From South Africa is Redefining Our Timeline of Human Evolution

Extreme Autotomy and Whole-Body Regeneration in Photosynthetic Sea Slugs

A Tiny Gold Ball Is the Smallest Object to Have Its Gravity Measured

Advancing the participation of Africans in global STEM research.

We are a nonprofit organization that seeks to increase the overall participation of Africans in global and modern research in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).


Student Research and Professional Training



Empowering students from disadvantaged background



Graduate Application Technical and Financial Assistance



Promoting Africa-US research collaboration


Understanding the need for a deeper international context of my course, I knew I had to study in the US. As an African, navigating application process overseas, I was quite clueless as to the whole process, and that was when my friend suggested the Afrisnet mentorship program. The Afrisnet program was my first exposure into the graduate world; they guided my steps and ensured what worked in my best interest. I’m really grateful for the program and their interest in ensuring quality education for Africans.
Agboola Olubori

Master in City and Regional Planning; Fall 2022, University of Rutgers

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