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The Annual Scholarship Digest is a compilation of over 300 scholarships, fellowships and grants for African Undergraduate and Postgraduate (Masters & PhD) students in US, Canada, UK, Australia, Germany, Netherland, China, Japan, Sweden, Norway and other parts of the world
Lilian Kabelle and Narissa Allibhai are two of seven students from Sub-Saharan Africa attending UC Berkeley at no cost as part of a $500 million MasterCard Foundation education initiative. Six U.S. universities, including UC Berkeley, were named as partners in The MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program's global network of educational institutions and non-profits. UC Berkeley will receive $30 million in funding over the next eight years as part of the program. The initiative will provide some 15,000 talented, yet financially disadvantaged students who have a "give-back" ethos and live in developing countries with full scholarships and comprehensive support for their high school and college educations. Sub-Saharan Africa is the primary focus of the Scholars Program. http://newscenter.be...
Thousands of Africa's best and best-connected students have been lured to Chinese universities with free degrees, luxurious accommodation and generous monthly allowances. Thousands more will follow in what is an immense and sustained attempt to repair China's reputation and expand its sphere of influence. Read more at www.china-africa-reporting.co.za/2013/06/fixing-chinas-image-one-african-student-at-a-time/
The lecture addresses a simple question: What is the point of African Studies? It argues in response that there is value in studying Africa. This value concerns the knowledge likely to be acquired about Africa, but also the understanding which such knowledge yields about the world. The question may be simple, but the answer is complex. “Urbane scholarship” refers to a way of engaging with scientific knowledge that reveals sophistication in dealing with the world we live in. The claim is that this sophistication is an intellectual trait bound to be fostered by the study of a continent, which is in many respects what it is because of the way the world is. The lecture will, therefore, make a case for grounding the study of Africa more firmly in broader claims about the human condition and les...
Some 200 African students will benefit from the chance to study at Edinburgh, thanks to a new package of scholarships. The University of Edinburgh's partnership with The MasterCard Foundation will allocate $27 million over seven years. It will ensure access to education for bright young leaders who have a personal commitment to changing the world around them and improving the lives of others. Over the next seven years full scholarships will be offered to 80 undergraduate and 120 postgraduate African students. This film features three of the first group of students to benefit from the programme. See: http://www.ed.ac.uk/news/2016/african-students-set-to-benefit-from-27m-scholarsh
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In June 2017, the first cohort of Carnegie Mellon Africa Smart Africa Scholars graduated.The Smart Africa Scholarship Fund was established in 2013, and aims to build the much-needed ICT capacity to catalyze Africa’s economic development. The fund mobilizes the necessary financial resources from African governments and multilateral stakeholders to increase the number of advanced engineering degrees and industry-certified ICT engineers to fill Africa's critical shortage of skills in this area. Learn more about Smart Africa- https://smartafrica.org
The Southern African Scholarship Fund aims to help the development of South Africa by funding Southern African Scholars on courses which directly benefit the wider community when they return home. To date, the fund has supported trainee teachers, engineers, doctors and nurses. Your support will help provide a scholarship to a student from South Africa, Namibia, Swaziland, Botswana, Zambia, Mozambique or Angola.
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As a Church, we understand that many students are unable to receive the education necessary to enter the marketplace with skill and confidence. The Hillsong Africa Foundation, in partnership with the Reddam Foundation, provides a scholarship to our candidates through high school (grade 8-12) in one of the Reddam House Schools. We've seen Calvin and Yolisa's lives move forward in their first year in many ways, ultimately building lives that will build the nation. Applications for our 2018 Hillsong Africa Scholarship can be found here: http://hillsongafrica.com/scholarship/ If you'd like to know more, email firstname.lastname@example.org See Yolisa's story here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBHJLeyzUFw&t=29s
A video with advice for applying to UK Scholarships. APPLY! People featured in video (in order): - Dr Vuyane Mhlomi (Rhodes) - Ange Maseko (Chevening) - Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh (Weidenfeld) - Taskeen Adam (FirstRand Laurie Dippenaar & Cambridge Africa) - Sumaya Hendricks (Oppenheimer Memorial Trust & Crowdfunding) "Figuring out life. Maybe you are too. Let's do it together"
Apply now: http://allangray.ixperience.co.za Change your life this winter holiday with a R100 000 scholarship from Allan Gray and learn how to build impactful web apps! iXperience is an immersive 4-week programming bootcamp in Cape Town designed to take you from a novice to a self-sufficient web developer able to build your own web applications from scratch. The full-time course is taught by some of the world's best instructors from America, and attracts students from top schools including Harvard, Stanford, Yale and Princeton. Allan Gray has partnered with iXperience to offer five talented South Africans, between the ages of 18 and 25, the opportunity to attend iXperience 2016 on full scholarship, which begins on 27 June and ends on 22 July (accommodation in Green Point, Cape Town is i...
For African students looking to win a local or international scholarship for next academic year, follow the 10 steps in this video to apply for scholarships. From identifying your scholarship winning advantage, finding the right scholarship, starting at the right time, to collaboration, animation video shows how to get it right in 2016.
Reflections: The MasterCard Foundation Scholars Present Their Internship Experiences in Africa Scholars and Michigan State University staff and community members look back on 2016 internship and research placements.
In Africa, the Australian Government offers scholarships and fellowships under the Australia Awards for African nationals to undertake long term studies leading to a postgraduate degree and short term training leading to the acquisition of new skills. Long term awards include Australia Award Scholarships to undertake Masters-level studies in Australian universities.
The Stipendium Hungaricum program is a governmental scholarship program that aims to offer scholarships and study opportunities to the citizens of certain countries outside of Hungary. Step by Step process of Hungarian Scholarship available here: http://scholarshipfellow.com/fully-funded-hungary-scholarships-bs-ms-phd-medical-programs/ The countries included in the program need to have a valid bilateral educational cooperation plan signed by the Hungarian Ministry of Human Resources and the relevant ministry of the specific country responsible for education. The scholarships are valid for studies in Hungarian state universities or state colleges in scientific fields determined in the bilateral educational cooperation plans. Programs include full BA/BSc, MA/MSc and PhD studies in Hungari...