In the course of this post I shall outline a list of scholarship opportunities for developing countries, Scholarships for developing countries.
A few extra bucks to help lessen the bills while studying for your undergraduate / masters degree is not a bad idea.
There are hundreds of scholarship opportunities available for countries tagged “developing”.
Here is the list of developing countries as published on 26th IUGG in Prague.
note: Some schools / organizations do not accept application from all the countries in the list above. I have also included links to the scholarship pages. You should go over and confirm your country is on the list before sending in your application.
In the course of this post I shall outline a list of scholarship opportunities for developing countries, Values of these scholarships and direct links to them etc.
I will also provide you with relevant (and regularly updated) websites where timely updates on these scholarships can can be gotten from.
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Name: Westminster Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarships for Developing Country Students
Value: Full tuition fee waivers, accommodation, living expenses and flights to and from London.
Name: University of Ghana TDR International Postgraduate Scholarship
Value: Tuition fees, medical insurance, Monthly stipend, laptop computer, etc.
Name: Eira Davies Scholarship For Developing Countries In UK
Value: subject-specific funding
Name: Masters Scholarships at CEU School of Public Policy
Value: 50-100% tuition waiver, health insurance, living stipend and housing,
Name: The Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS) Scholarships
Value: Ph.D. stipends of € 1300/month for 36 months, contingent on successful completion of each year
Name: Architecture & Built Environment Excellence Scholarship In UK
Value: full tuition fee award, accommodation, living expenses, flights to and from UK.
Name: Scholarships For Masters Program At University of Tsukuba In Japan
Value: Round trip air travel (economy class) between home country and Japan, plus a travel allowance of US$ 500 for each one-way trip
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