FOR PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
- AET has a very small grant programme in South Africa to assist in the payment of school fees for disadvantaged children.
- Kenneth Kirkwood was the first Professor of Race Relations at Oxford and Chairman of AET from 1987-1994. His memorial fund provides support for students from Southern Africa who encounter financial problems. First priority for this grant goes to students at St Antony’s College.
Room to Grow Girls’ Scholarship
- In the Challenge Grant Model we select regions in which we want to operate, areas where we have built schools or established libraries and thus know the local authorities. Each applicant and her family complete a simple written application and have a personal interview.
FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
- enables individuals from Brazil, Cuba, Egypt, Ghana, Indonesia, Pakistan, South Africa, Turkey, and selected countries in Central America to spend one year studying at community colleges in the United States and earn a vocational certificate.
- International Scholarship Program for Africa (4). VALUE: $100,000 ($25,000 x 4 years). Must be citizen of an African country. To renew — maintain high academic standing (7.8 on a 9-point York scale) in each academic year at York
- The Government of India, through the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), New Delhi, is offering the following scholarships for meritorious South African nationals for the year 2009 – 2010 for studies in India.
- Detailed information regarding the scholarships and the application forms can be collected from the: Indian Cultural Centre, Consulate General of India, Johannesburg.
The Africa ADS program provides academic scholarships to undertake There website is designed to be a useful tool for you to find out more information about the scholarships eligibility criteria, country specific details, the institutions at which the scholarships can be undertaken, information about Australia and the regions where the institutions are located as well as details on the forum (chat room) and alumni to connect with past and present awardees. Master Degrees and Postgraduate Diplomas
- Priority sectors: Science and Technology, ICT, Construction, Engineering, Project Management, Public Sector Management, Planning and Tourism
- Number of scholarships available for 2009 intake : 10
- provides scholarships to students who wish to pursue a postgraduate degree (mainly Master’s degrees of one or two years) in either the United Kingdom or South Africa.
- The aim is to provide female students with scholarships that will equip them to take up leadership roles for the benefit of their community, nation and region. Applications to this UK administered programme are for courses in both South Africa and the UK, and will be considered for other relevant schemes if unsuccessful for this particular scheme.
- A research based master programme focusing on the changing functions, policies, and operations of Higher Education, with a special emphasis on higher education in the developing world. Through the eyes of various disciplinary perspectives, the programme provides students with a solid basis for analysing and critically assessing change processes at all relevant levels in higher education.
- The Trustees of the Greendale Foundation wish to provide access to the INSEAD MBA programme to disadvantaged South Africans who are committed to developing international management expertise in Africa and who plan their careers in the Southern Africa region. INSEAD Scholarships are the most sought-after source of financial assistance. They are limited in number and there is significant competition for each award. These scholarships are granted under various criteria and essentially there are two basic categories of scholarships:
- Need-based: demonstrate financial need
- Non-need based: based on either merit, nationality, gender, professional background, leadership abilities, field of previous studies etc.
- Supports South African graduate students of outstanding academic merit and leadership potential who would otherwise be unable to take up a place at Cambridge University. The scholarships are open to citizens of South Africa, normally under the age of 35 and normally resident in South Africa who have, or expect to obtain before 1 October 2007, a first class or high second class honours degree or its equivalent from a recognised University. Successful applicants will be expected to return to South Africa to work or study after completing the course at Cambridge.
- The scholarship wishes to recognise the dedication, determination and drive of previously disadvantaged graduates, by giving them the opportunity to undertake a year of post-graduate study at one of the best universities in the United Kingdom. We believe that exposure to the diverse spectrum of cultures will challenge, motivate and rapidly develop the leadership potential of our scholars.
- The Scholarship is for full-time study and pays your entire tuition fee. It provides you with a comfortable living allowance of £11,000 per year, and also pays the cost of transport for you and your necessary belongings to and from Oxford .
- There are ten Scholarships available in Southern Africa each year.
- will offer two scholarships for postgraduate study in any subject offered by the University to students from Southern African countries. One of the scholarships will be available for a one year Master’s degree programme and the other scholarship for a three year PhD degree programme.
- The scholarship covers the overseas rate of tuition fee and University accommodation for the duration of the postgraduate degree programme.
POSTGRADUATE – FELLOWSHIPS
- seeks to revitalize the humanities in Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, and Uganda through fellowship competitions and meetings associated with them. The AHP is funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York.
- provides a number of postgraduate scholarships for outstanding students from South Africa, Sri Lanka and Ethiopia, who wish to study at NUI Galway, who would otherwise be unable to finance their studies in Ireland. Priority will be given to applicants who demonstrate that the knowledge they acquire from their studies will be utilised subsequently to support development in their home countries.
- The scholarship amount will be up to € 15,000 for one academic year towards the cost of travel and accommodation. In addition, relevant tuition fees will be awarded by NUI Galway. Selection criteria will be based on academic merit and financial need.
- support outstanding researchers, either medically qualified or science graduates, who wish to establish a research career in an academic institution. We usually expect applicants for this scheme to have spent a significant period of their postdoctoral (or equivalent) research career working outside their chosen country. However proposals can also be considered from those who have pursued successful careers entirely in-country. Applications are particularly encouraged from outstanding scientists working outside their own countries who wish to return home.
- From 2009, up to 20 new full tuition fee PhD scholarships will be available per annum for international students. Scholarships will cover the full cost of tuition fees for three years. A travel contribution of up to $2000 will also be provided to scholarship holders towards a return international air fare.