Edinburgh Napier University presents opportunities for African scholars through its partial scholarship offerings. The institution is holding limited slots for £2,000 worth of backing for self-funding African residents who want to start a course at Edinburgh Napier in September 2021 or January 2022.
The Afro Asiatisches Institut Salzburg (AAI) opens its doors for students from developing countries under the One-World Scholarship Programme. The grant aims to support international students from Africa, Asia, and Latin America who are interested in development issues and plan to pursue a Master’s or PhD in Austria.
The Rhodes Scholarships are postgraduate awards supporting exceptional all-round students at the University of Oxford. Each year, a class of 95 scholars will be granted the opportunity.
The Helmut-Schmidt-Programme for Public Policy and Good Governance aims to prepare future leaders in politics, law, business, and administration in taking active roles for the further social and economic development in their countries of origin.
British education is recognized globally for its challenging environment and academic excellence. If you’re interested in an education from universities in the United Kingdom (UK) but cannot afford to move to the country just yet, then you might consider distance learning.
The prestigious London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) recently announced three Standard Bank Derek Cooper Africa Scholarships for the 2019/20 school year.
Did you know that 1 in 10 students in Holland is an international student? Holland has more than 90,000 international students and that number is increasing every year. So why should you study in Holland?
With its development-oriented postgraduate study programmes, the DAAD promotes the training of specialists from development and newly industrialized countries.