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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/
Download After School Africa App on Play Store: http://goo.gl/iFnLqK The KAAD Scholarship/Fellowship is open for Christians who are interested in research and want to study in Germany for Masters or PhD degrees. The following African countries are eligible: Ghana, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Zimbabwe Application from other countries can be considered in exceptional cases. Deadline: 30 June 2018 for the September academic session. Learn more details: www.afterschoolafrica.com/?p=12428 Got any questions? Leave in comment below.
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...
Special thanks to all who donated to the scholarship fund. Please share this video and tag all eligible college students of African heritage living in Canada or USA to apply for the Africa Today Show scholarship. Requirements: Enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student at an accredited four-year US or Canada based college or university for the 2017-18 school year. A GPA of 3.0 or higher (on a scale of 4). One or more parents of African lineage. There are no citizenship status requirements. To apply go to http://AfricaTodayShow.com
Looking for funding opportunities for youth and scholarships for African students? Eliminate the stress of finding the right programs around the world, and never miss a deadline again. Download After School Africa on Play Store http://goo.gl/iFnLqK
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.
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=lBHJL...
The Commonwealth scholarship in UK for Masters and PhD studies is offered to over 800 students from Commonwealth developing countries every year. Get full details here: https://www.afterschoolafrica.com/?p=203 Download After School Africa App on Play Store: http://goo.gl/iFnLqK Video Content 0:00 to 2:08 Overview & requirements 2:10 to 2:49 Other requirements and eligible countries 2:50 to 4:34 How to apply, nominating agencies and university admission 4:35 to 4:54 How to submit your application 4:55 to 14:50 How to Fill the Online application What most scholarship providers look for in your application @ 7:37 Important information about your reference form @ 8:37 Explaining “Benefit to your home country” @ 11:11 Future career plan 12:25 Important information about submitting your complet...
Preparing post secondary school students to competitively seek admissions and scholarships to top world class institutions 2017
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
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.
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"
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.
Ousmane Kane, Alwaleed Professor of Contemporary Islamic Religion and Society at Harvard Divinity School delivers a lecture titled “History, Movement, and the Spread of Islamic Scholarship in Muslim Africa.” Texts, Knowledge, and Practice: The Meaning of Scholarship in Muslim Africa website: http://projects.iq.harvard.edu/islamafrica Learn more about Harvard Divinity School and its mission to illuminate, engage, and serve at http://hds.harvard.edu/.
Iqbal Akhtar, Associate Professor, Florida International University, “The Indic Chronicle of Light from Zanibar” Kim Wortmann, PhD Student, Harvard University, “Zanzibar and Oman: Ibadi Revival in an East Africa town” Caity Bolton, PhD Student, Graduate Center CUNY, “Divine Science: Knowledge, Islamic Education and Development in Zanzibar” Ahmed Sharif, PhD student, NYU, “Somalia, Sudan, and the rise of Scholar Politics in the ICU” Panel chair: Kai Kresse, Columbia University Texts, Knowledge, and Practice: The Meaning of Scholarship in Muslim Africa website: http://projects.iq.harvard.edu/islamafrica Learn more about Harvard Divinity School and its mission to illuminate, engage, and serve at http://hds.harvard.edu/.
Get full details here: https://www.afterschoolafrica.com/?p=3019 Download After School Africa App on Play Store: http://goo.gl/iFnLqK Every year, the New Zealand Aid Scholarships programme offers opportunity to people from targeted African and developing countries to undertake development-related studies at Universities in New Zealand. Covers tuition fees, living expenses and airfare. Open for: Postgraduate Certificate (6 months) Postgraduate Diploma (1 year) Master’s Degree (1 – 2 years) PhD (3 – 4 years) The following African countries are eligible: Algeria, Angola, Botswana, Cameroon, Djibouti, Egypt, Ethiopia, Gambia, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia...
A young South African is dancing his way into a new role in the United States. Andile Ndlovu has won a scholarship to train with the prestigious Washington Ballet. His teachers say he is a fast-rising star whose culture informs his art. Priscilla Huff spoke with Ndlovu and his teachers about the global language of ballet.
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...