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Scholarship Program: Postgraduate Scholarships for African and South American Students at Aston University, UK
Employer: The Ferguson Foundation
Level of study: Postgraduate
Brief Scholarship Description: The School of Languages and Social Sciences is offering nine scholarships to students from Africa and South America. Scholarships are supported by the Ferguson Foundation which is dedicated to improving educational opportunities for students who would not otherwise be able to consider study in the UK. The scholarships are available to students applying to on campus programmes offered in the School of Languages and Social Sciences.
Scholarship Website: http://www1.aston.ac.uk/lss/postgraduate/fees-financial-support/ferguson/
Scholarship Program: Angus-SA WISE Scholarship at Any South African University, South Africa
Employer: The Association of South African Women in Science and Engineering (SA WISE)
Level of study: Graduate
Brief Scholarship Description: The scholarship is awarded for 1 year of tertiary study at Honours level (or 4th year level of study) in any field of science and engineering. South African applicants will be given preference. The successful applicant should become an active member of SAWISE
Scholarship Website: http://web.uct.ac.za/org/sawise/InfoLeaflets/2012_SAWISE_SCHOLARSHIPS_Angus.pdf
ExxonMobil Middle East and North Africa Scholarship Program, USA 2012
For the scholarship programme 1 of you can apply if you:
The Gandhi Smarak Nidhi fund will offer a limited number of partial scholarships tenable at the University of Nairobi, for Masters and Postgraduate Diploma studies during the 2011/2012 academic year.
2) facilitate the education and encourage career development of individuals who are highly qualified academically, motivated, and dedicated to improving their country,
Private or external study bursaries are available from South African companies to capable students on a yearly basis. This year De Beers, Old Mutual, SA Institute of Race Relations, SA Weather Service, Spoornet and Vodacom are just a handful of bursaries available to promising students. Owing to our country’s scarce and critical skills list, many mining and engineering companies in particular provide contract bursaries (repayable via one year of work for every year of study); it’s just matter of applying for them.