Scholarships for Africans
New Zealand Development Scholarships for Students from Africa, Asia and Latin America
Eligibility by Nationality - Scholarships for Africans

Deadline: May - June 2012 (Check Here)

The purpose of the scholarships is for candidates to gain knowledge and skills through post-graduate study in specific subject areas that will assist in the development of their home country. Awardees are required to return to their home country for at least two years after the completion of their scholarship to apply these new skills and knowledge in government, civil society, or private business organisation.

 
The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars: Visiting Arab Journalist Program, 2012
Eligibility by Nationality - Scholarships for Africans

Deadline: July 1, 2012

The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and the Middle East Program are pleased to announce the 2012 competition for the Woodrow Wilson Center's Visiting Arab Journalist Program. One journalist from the Middle East/North Africa region will be selected each year for the duration of the grant. Successful applicants will spend three months in residence at the Woodrow Wilson Center, in the heart of Washington, D.C., where they will carry out their own policy-oriented research and writing.

 
Bunting Masters Scholarships for Management and Finance
Eligibility by Nationality - Scholarships for Africans

Deadline: 1 June 2012

This is a scholarship created to benefit a South African student on a BMEC or SPRU degree. The University particularly welcomes applications from students who are committed to returning to South Africa at the end of the year to pursue a career utilising the skills and insights they will have gained while at Sussex. The value of the scholarship is £24,000. The award will cover tuition fees, with the balance provided as a grant towards living costs.

 
University of Sussex: Canon Collins Education Trust for South Africa in association with Chevening
Eligibility by Nationality - Scholarships for Africans

Deadline: 1 July 2012

Canon Collins Trust provides postgraduate scholarships and other support for southern Africa's future leaders. We believe this is empowering for the individuals and emancipatory for their societies. Over the past 30 years the Trust has supported over 3,000 inspirational individuals who are now making their contributions through governments, NGOs, business and universities.

 
University of Nottingham Ethiopia Postgraduate Scholarship
Eligibility by Nationality - Scholarships for Africans

Deadline: 30 May 2012

The University of Nottingham, in partnership with The Ministry of Education of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, is delighted to offer full scholarships for postgraduate students from Ethiopia. Each scholarship covers one year at Masters degree level or three years at PhD degree level. Applicants will be notify the outcome of the scholarship six weeks after the closing date.

 
Duke of Portland Developing Solutions Scholarship for the MSc in Crop Improvement
Eligibility by Nationality - Scholarships for Africans

Deadline: 16 May 2012

The Duke of Portland Developing Solutions Scholarship covers 100% tuition fees for a student from Africa registering for the MSc in Crop Improvement School of Bio-sciences .You can apply for this scholarship if you Are a national of (or permanently domiciled in) Africa and Are classed as an overseas student for fee purposes and Already hold an offer to start a full-time Masters degree programme for the MSc in Crop Improvement at Nottingham

 
Quota Scheme Scholarships for Students from Developing Countries
Eligibility by Nationality - Scholarships for Africans

Deadline: 1 December 2012 (Annually)

The Norwegian government provides students from developing countries in the South and countries in the Western Balkans, Eastern Europe and in Central Asia with financial support to study for a degree in Norway under the Quota Scheme. The main objective of the Quota Scheme is to contribute to capacity building through education that will benefit the home country of the students when they return. The Quota Scheme is also intended to strengthen relations between Norway and the selected countries and thus contribute to internationalisation at Norwegian institutions of higher education.

 
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