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JASSO Follow-up Research Fellowship for International Students in Japan 2020

Japan Students Services Organization is inviting applications for the JASSO Follow-up Research Fellowship for International Students in 2020.The Japan Student Services Organization provides the Follow-up Research Fellowship for former international students in Japan to researchers who have previously come to study in Japan from a developing country, region, etc. These fellowships are available to conduct short-term research of 60-90...

How can African Students win Athletic Scholarships?

As an athlete, earning an athletic scholarship affords you the opportunity to support your education and play at the same time. It's your chance to enjoy the best of both worlds. Getting an athletic scholarship is possible but highly competitive. Thus the need to discuss how international students can win athletic scholarships.As athletic scholarships are highly competitive, it is...

4 Cliches African Students can avoid when Writing a Medical School Personal Statement

Your medical school personal statement is meant to supplement your application. It should provide clear reasons why you want to be a physician. Your statement should be so compelling that your reader is convinced you're qualified for admission. To do that, here are four cliches to avoid when writing your medical school personal statement.1. I want to improve lives Many...

British Council #IdeasChangeLives Challenge 2019 (Win £20,000 to Develop your Product)

The British Council invites entries for the ideas change lives challenge #IdeasChangeLives for people with a great digital idea that has the potential to create a better world.The British Council is the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities. They are looking for organisations, groups, or talented individuals, to work on creating hyper-innovative digital solutions.This year, they’re...

35 Top Fully Funded Global Opportunities for Africans 2019

We have compiled below a list of opportunities that are open to Africans worldwide. Some of these include academic fellowships, internships, Jobs, Incubation and immersion programmes for entrepreneurs, competitions and their likes. These Openings have varying degrees of funding and cut across many disciplines. See them. This list will constantly be updated so please keep checking them.Fully Funded International...

Harvard University Richard Rogers Fellowship for Researchers Worldwide 2020 (Fully Funded)

Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD) offers the 2020 cycle of the Richard Rogers Fellowship open to applicants residing anywhere in the world.Now entering its fourth cycle, the Richard Rogers Fellowship thus far has welcomed 18 fellows from around the world to London and the Wimbledon House. Fellows have researched a diverse series of topics, including examinations of...

Research Grants for African Scholars and Policy Practitioners 2020 (Win $60,000)

The Social Science Research Council’s (SSRC) African Peacebuilding Network Programme invites grant applications from African scholars and policy practitioners based on the continent who want to work on a topic related to conflict and peacebuilding.Launched in 2012, the APN supports independent African research on conflict-affected countries and neighbouring regions of the continent, as well as the integration of evidence-based...

John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford University in USA 2020 (All Expenses Paid)

Stanford University in the USA invites applications for the Fully Funded John S. Knight Journalism International Fellowships in 2020.The JSK Journalism Fellowships supports diverse journalists from around the world who are deeply engaged in exploring solutions to journalism’s biggest problems. They focus on accelerating change in the journalism industry to improve the access to information people need to create...

WEGE Prize for Undergraduate and Graduate Students Worldwide 2020 (Win $30,000)

Wege Prize 2020 opens applications for undergraduate and graduate students who want to work together to re-think and re-design the way the economies work by creating regenerative solutions that have a widespread and lasting impact.For Wege Prize 2020 they will be revisiting the following wicked problem: How can we create a circular economy?Wege Prize teams must leverage their transdisciplinary...

DAAD Re-invitation Programme for Former Scholarship Holders in 2020

DAAD grants open for applications to students, academics and scientists to carry out research and continue their education in Germany in 2020. There are funding programmes for various qualification phases and stages in a career.The aim of this programme is to enable former scholarship holders to carry out research and working projects in Germany and to maintain contacts as...
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