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African Women Entrepreneurship Cooperative Cohort 3 Programme 2020

The Center for Global Enterprise is inviting applications for the African Women Entrepreneurship Cooperative(AWEC) Cohort 3 Programme in 2020. AWEC is a high-touch, fast-paced blended learning model that empowers African women entrepreneurs with the knowledge and network needed to build resilient and scalable businesses. They use technology and collaborative learning techniques to transform the lives of 200 entrepreneurs each year. The...

One Planet Fellowship for African Smallholder Farmers in 2020

oneplanetfellowship.org is inviting applications for the next cohort of the One Planet Fellowship for African Smallholder Farmers in 2020. The One Planet Fellowship seeks to build a vibrant, highly connected, and inter-generational network of African and European scientist leaders equipped to use a gender lens to help Africa's smallholder farmers adapt to a changing climate. The first cohort, consisting of 45...

IATA Air Cargo Career Face Up Competition for Graduates in Turkey 2020

The International Air Transport Association(IATA) is inviting applications for the IATA Air Cargo Career Face Up Competition for Graduates worldwide in turkey in 2020. Their work must focus on innovation and transformation in air transport logistics (e.g., transportation, operations, mobility, revenue management, distribution, customer experience, etc.). The entries received will be evaluated based upon the innovative, transforming, and visionary nature of the...

FIG Grants and Fellowships for Investigative Projects in USA 2020

Fund for Investigative Journalism(FIJ) in the USA is inviting applications for the Grants and Fellowships for Investigative Projects in 2020. FIJ now offers a competitive opportunity to be matched with a mentor. FIJ operates this program in partnership with Investigative Reporters and Editors and the Society of Environmental Journalists, with seed funding from the Scripps Howard Foundation. As part of...

5 Ways International Students can Beat Homesickness in College

Have you been away from home for some time and suddenly feel the urge to be back home, among your family, friends and loved ones? That is homesickness. International students mostly go through this phase of life while studying abroad. This is because, no matter how excited they might be at first on resuming a new school and probably,...

Top 8 Mistakes International Students can avoid for a Successful Academic Year

Mistakes are a normal part of life and students are not exempted from making them following their diverse impressions on life and activities. Mistakes international students avoid varies from student to student, as we are diverse humans with peculiar needs. But there are common mistakes students make that should be generally avoided for successful academic years. College, as an environment...

Princeton University Library Research Grants in USA 2020

Princeton University Library is currently offering short-term Library Research Grants to qualified applicants in the 2020-2021 academic year to promote scholarly use of the research collections. The Program in Hellenic Studies with the support of the Stanley J. Seeger Fund also supports a limited number of library fellowships in Hellenic studies, and the Cotsen Children’s Library supports research in its...

The Bristol Short Story Prize for UK and International Writers 2020

The Bristol Short Story Prize – an annual international writing competition open to all published and unpublished, UK and non-UK based writers.  The 2020 Bristol Short Story Prize is open for entries. The 2019 Bristol Short Story Prize has been won by Australian writer Cameron Stewart for his story, Black Snow. 2nd prize went to Cherise Saywell and 3rd prize was awarded to...

42 Top Fully Funded Global Opportunities for Africans 2020

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...

$12,500 NYU Matthew Power Literary Reporting Award in the USA 2020

The Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute of New York University (NYU) in the USA is accepting applications for the Matthew Power Literary Reporting Award, in honour of the late journalist who reported empathetically on the human condition. Offered for the first time in 2015, the Award has been endowed by individuals and organizations touched by the life and work of Matthew Power, a...
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