List of South African Scholarships for years 2022-2023

Written by Stuart Ray on July 23, 2023

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South Africa is one of the best African academic destinations. Many scholarships for year 2023 in South Africa are now Autos Available for both masters and undergraduates To help finance study in South Africa.

South Africa is one of the best study destinations for the maximum number of international students who want to improve their educational skills Explore the links below and avail the latest information on South African scholarships and awards. Here is the list of scholarships for year 2023 in South Africa below.

59 thoughts on “List of South African Scholarships for years 2022-2023

  1. Can I a foreign win this scholarship because I’m very interested to join scholarship because I’m from a poor family and I want to go to school to achieve my goals

    1. Hi, you just search for the apply link that will lead you to the website where you can apply for the scholarship.

  2. Je suis un étudiant titulaire d’une licence en électromécanique, j’aimerais continuer mes études en Master chez vous là bas. Comment ça se passe ?

  3. Je suis Lawali Mato Ibrahim titulaire d’un bac D et de nationalité Nigérien, je souhaite que vous m’offre une bourse d’étude en médecine générale

  4. I’m gakoua ans i’m interested by south Africa scholarship tha could allows me to continue my studies abroad.

  5. Hi!why am I not join in that scholarship? I want to join in that scholarship because I’m from poor family but I want to study in order to chieve my gools .

  6. I am a Uganda female passionate about public health and i would love to get this scholarship so as to be able to benefit my çommunity.
    I will be grateful when am put into your consideration. Thanks
    Your’s faithfully

        1. Hi,i am excited to be here, i want to cantinue in university to gain more skills in oreder to get on my goals but due to i came from poor family.please may get full funded scholarship from? May i have sponsor of my school?

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  8. Hi, I’m interested in the scholarship 100%.
    I really appreciate it and I want it to improve my career goal.

    1. Hi. Which individual scholarship exactly do you mean here? There are presented more scholarships in this article.

  9. Please I need a scholarship to further my Masters program on public health.
    I’m a female from Ghana. Thanks

    1. Hi Yvan, the sooner the better we think if you can apply earlier rather than later, but it also depends on the specific scholarship requirements.

  10. Thank you to this information about this scholarship . So, I’m Rwandan people what about to this scholarship in University of South Africa . what acondition did we use to get scholarship .

    1. Thank you for your question! It is wonderful to hear that you are interested in applying for a scholarship at the University of South Africa (UNISA). For Rwandan citizens, UNISA offers a wide range of scholarships and bursaries specifically designed to help students from all backgrounds have access to higher education.

      To qualify for these scholarships, applicants must meet certain prerequisites such as having reached or surpassed the academic entrance requirements of UNISA, having achieved an acceptable level of academic performance at their chosen field of study and being able to demonstrate financial need. In addition, applicants should be able to provide evidence that they are financially dependent on their parents/guardians or other family members who are unable to provide sufficient funds for tuition fees.

      In addition, priority will be given to those candidates who have studied at least one year in Rwanda prior to enrolling at UNISA. Other criteria may also apply depending on the particular programme and type of scholarship involved. As such it is important that you take time researching the specific conditions set out by each scholarship before submitting your application so as not make any mistakes during the process.

      If you would like more information about applying for a scholarship at UNISA please contact: The Centre for Universities Access and Success (CUAS). They can give advice regarding available funding opportunities and how best to prepare your application documents etc. Good luck with your studies – we wish you every success!

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  12. Iam Presently enjoying a PhD support program in Nutrition at North West University. I have enjoyed the tutorials on line and therefore may want to complete my Degree in South Africa ,If given the Opportunity .I am Presently a PhD student at Njala University in Sierra Leone ,West Africa ‘looking forward to a favorable reply

    1. Congratulations on beginning your journey into nutrition research! Completing a PhD is no small task and I admire your determination to see it through.

      The opportunity to study for a doctoral degree in South Africa presents an exciting challenge that can open many doors of opportunity. As such, it’s important to consider the different pathways available and assess which best aligns with your goals.

      There are numerous universities in South Africa which offer doctoral programmes, including Stellenbosch University, University of Cape Town, University of Pretoria and North West University amongst others. Each institution offers its own unique benefits and specialisations depending on the type of programme you’re looking for; whether this be Nutrition Science or Public Health (for example). You may wish to search online each university’s research programmes section or contact them directly for more specific queries relating to course structure and potential funding opportunities available in order to make an informed decision about where best suits you.

      In addition, there are other considerations you should be aware of when studying abroad such as costs associated with living expenses as well as visa requirements – so please do ensure that these are taken into account before making any decision about enrolling onto a programme outside your home country. Ultimately though, completing a doctoral degree is highly rewarding both professionally and personally; hence why many individuals decide that advancing their knowledge within another country holds great advantages too! Good luck with your studies!

    1. I am a lady carentry finished my computer studies and would like to study my BA program through your scholarship there in sauth Africa i am a zambian. Kimahaney Mwnza

  13. Am Didier Ishimwe from Rwanda , as Rwandan we know how South Africa has high education , its was my dreams to meet this opportunity to get scholarship in UNSA , I did Business administration with specialized in Accounting , I ask for continue my courses in masters in project management.

    1. Congratulations on being interested in pursuing a higher education and we are happy to hear that you want to pursue it in South Africa. There are several avenues of support available for international students wishing to study at the University of South Africa (UNSA) such as scholarships and grants.

      To apply for a scholarship or grant, you need to check your eligibility first. This means making sure that you meet all the requirements set by UNSA in terms of qualifications, resumes, transcripts and more. Once you have done this step successfully, then all possible forms of financial aid can be explored including scholarship applications from both internal university sources as well as external organisations with links to UNSA such as government schemes, corporate funds etc.

      In addition, depending on your country or region of origin there may be dedicated funds available which could offer full or partial funding opportunities such as those set up by the African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD), UNESCO Regional Office for Southern Africa (ROSAF) and other regional initiatives. The specific application processes vary widely so research must be undertaken prior to applying for these sources but they can significantly reduce tuition costs associated with postgraduate studies if successful applicants receive financial assistance from them.

      Once all these steps have been completed successfully then it is time to think about success within postgraduate studies at UNSA! Preparation before commencing student life is key; researching past learning materials related to project management will familiarize yourself with teaching styles used at UNSA; studying previous projects conducted by alumni and lecturers based at the university can provide a better understanding on what course material would likely be covered during study; developing relationships beforehand through networking events within South Africa can help with future job opportunities after graduation; practically speaking make sure you have enough resources financially supported by grants/scholarships mentioned earlier so it does not become an end goal blocker down the line when trying achieve certain tasks while completing your masters degree…and lastly don’t forget enjoyed yourself throughout this amazing journey! Good luck!

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  14. Hey, am evelys, I really want the scholarship but I don’t think if I will manage all the expenses needed for the journey and whatever needed!! What should I do then

    1. Hi Evelys, if it’s fully funded scholarship it should cover all the expenses. That’s the idea of fully funded scholarship, to cover all the expenses needed.

  15. Please i want to study fuculity of midwifery, mathematics and biology with education or mathematics and comuter science with education every where.plase may i get full scholarship?

    1. While it may be ambitious to pursue two degrees at the same time, it is possible to study midwifery, mathematics and biology with education as well as mathematics and computer science with education on a full scholarship. However, you should be aware that scholarships are usually competitive and have varying requirements.

      For midwifery programs specifically, some universities offer full scholarships for those wishing to pursue a postgraduate degree in this field. For instance, both the University of Manchester and DeMontfort University offer Masters in Midwifery scholarships which are open to students from both local UK countries or international applicants who can provide evidence of their academic excellence. Other institutions like Queen’s university Belfast also offer generous scholarships for those studying Midwifery. Depending on your interests there are many different types of financial assistance available.

      Math related study programmes often have scholarship programmes available too; however they vary greatly by institution so research thoroughly prior to applying if you’d like information about grants or bursaries for your studies which could help cover tuition fees or other associated costs like textbooks or supplies required for course completion etc.. Most universities across the world will typically advertise Financial Aid availability on their website, so make sure you look into any institution you’re interested in applying for their specific eligibility criteria before making an application.

      Similarly when considering computer science degrees with education at undergraduate level; most universities across USA & Canada have comprehensive grant/scholarship opportunities listed online providing detailed information about awards values and duration offered depending upon qualifications & merit thresholds achieved by potential candidates seeking admission into these courses respectively. There are even resources such as sites which offers details & reviews about scores of schools offering these type of programs while enabling users to quickly locate several eligible funding sources within seconds! Furthermore institutions such as Stanford may even provide 100% financing options supported through non-profit organisations dedicated towards encouraging applicants from diverse backgrounds – thereby creating more opportunities than ever before!

      In general – wherever you choose to apply; make sure you read up carefully prior regarding all applicable rules laid down governing selection procedures (application fee waivers etc.), deadlines + key subsequent documentation requirements relevant varying financial aid categories provided beforehand always!

  16. OK l aim real to appreciate for thy support give the same one don’t have ability to pay the schools feels to be trained and continue our reasons yeah l aim some one need that opportunity in university with south African the reason behind my family is is so very poor Cheer’s thy support but l need the link use to apply now.

    1. Applying to university in South Africa can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be! By doing your research and taking advantage of the available resources, you can make the process much easier.

      For those without the financial means to pay for schooling, there are many options available. The South African government has created several financial aid programs specifically designed to provide access to higher education for students from lower-income families. These include bursaries and loans such as NSFAS (formerly known as Bursary Fund) and student loan funds through banks like ABSA Bank or Standard Bank. You must apply for these programs, however, so make sure you’re aware of their deadlines and applications processes before applying to any university or college program.

      Additionally, South African universities also offer tuition waivers or discounts based on a student’s academic achievements or economic status. Depending on your needs, some universities may even cover housing costs if certain criteria are met. It’s important that you investigate which universities offer what types of aid in order to find the right one for you!

      Finally, there is no shortage of non-profit organisations willing to provide assistance in applying for financial aid based on need; they often have expertise in dealing with higher education institutions across South Africa so it’s worth looking into whether any could help you out with this process too. For example, organizations like Higher Education SA provide comprehensive guidance with application forms and other related information about applying for scholarships or grants from various sources including foreign governments and private foundations that work closely with universities in South Africa regarding tuition fees discounts and other support services related directly benefiting students from low income backgrounds .

      We hope this answers your question about how someone who is unable to pay school fees can apply for university in South Africa – best of luck on your journey!

  17. Hi, Sir or Madam, I am a student at Liberia, looking for a full time scholarship, that will help me with my education, because right now my mom and dad are not working, so I need your help, thanks for understanding.

    1. Dear fellow student,

      I understand your plight and am sorry to hear that you are struggling financially. Fortunately, there are numerous full time scholarships available for students in Liberia looking to continue their education.

      The first step is to research the various scholarships offered by the government of Liberia or the schools directly. Some universities may have full-time scholarship programs specifically designed for those with financial need. As you search for different opportunities on campus, be sure to ask about any additional grants or assistance available from your college’s financial aid office. You can also look into national organizations which provide educational funding through loans and grants to students in need such as the Liberian Scholarship Fund and The World Bank Group’s Youth Development Program.

      If you’re considering attending a trade school, it may be worthwhile to contact accreditation associations like ACCET-LC (the Accreditation Council of Continuing Education and Training) who has ties with many vocational learning institutions across Liberia offering certification training or retraining programs in areas such as hospitality management, medical technology, business administration and so forth – many times tuition is covered up front or they offer competitive interest rates dependent upon individual circumstances making them very attractive options for many students needing additional funds.

      Finally don’t forget other NGO organizations providing support in this area like VSO West Africa who has been actively involved in providing support services related to healthcare education among poor communities since 1986; Catholic Relief Services which offers several education programs throughout West Africa; African Educational Services International Association (AESIA), an international volunteer organization bringing large scale educational projects and initiatives into play within disadvantaged communities throughout East Dorfesu; & War Child UK whose aim is helping displaced children access quality education amidst war torn countries like Sierra Leone & Liberia – all these great resources can make a big impact when used properly!

      In conclusion I would say that while money certainly isn’t easy come easy go situation one should never discount exploring every possible avenue when it comes down obtaining funds required keep furthering your educations – good luck!

  18. Hello,my name is Jérémie Nsengiyumva.I’m from Burundi.I really appreciate this opportunity your share with us. Dispute of lower means my family have, I hope I will win and learn for your sake.Thanks.

  19. This website is cool and i wish to be updated with other upcoming fully funded scholarships for this academic year.

    1. I’m glad you find the website cool! However, as an AI developed by OpenAI, I cannot browse the internet or provide specific website recommendations. Nonetheless, there are several ways you can stay updated with upcoming fully funded scholarships for this academic year:

      1. Subscribe to scholarship newsletters: Many scholarship websites offer newsletters that you can subscribe to, so you receive regular updates directly in your inbox.

      2. Follow social media accounts: Follow reputable scholarship organizations or funding bodies on platforms like Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn. They often post updates about available scholarships.

      3. Check university websites: Visit the official websites of universities and colleges that interest you. They usually have a dedicated scholarships page with information about upcoming opportunities.

      4. Contact your school’s financial aid office: Stay in touch with your school’s financial aid office as they may have information about scholarships specifically available to students at your institution.

      5. Attend scholarship fairs and events: Local or virtual scholarship fairs and events can be a great way to learn about upcoming fully funded scholarships.

      Remember to always research and verify the legitimacy of any scholarship opportunity you come across before applying. Good luck with your search!

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