SPRING SCHOLARSHIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
The University of the West of England located in Bristol offers over £100,000 in scholarships to international students each year. This includes the Chancellor’s Scholarship in which Zimbabweans and other international students will be required to intern at the Office for International Development and other departments.
The beneficiary must also carry out an activity as an ambassador for the University during the course they are studying.
OXFORD-WEIDENFELD AND HOFFMANN SCHOLARSHIP AND LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
The Oxford-Weidenfeld and Hoffman Scholarship and Leadership Program support academically excellent students from transition and emerging economies throughout Zimbabwe, including Africa, Asia, and South America to pursue a postgraduate degree at the University of Oxford. This scholarship is administered and administered by the Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Foundation.
INTERNATIONAL AMBASSADOR SCHOLARSHIP AWARD OPPORTUNITY AT WEST LONDON UNIVERSITY
Our International Ambassador Scholarships recognizes and deals with financial support for outstanding Zimbabwean students or international students who wish to act as ambassadors for the University of West London.
CANON COLLINS TRUST SCHOLARSHIPS 2021 / 2022 FOR THE STUDY OF MASTERS FOR AFRICANS – UNITED KINGDOM
The Canon Collins Trust Scholarship Program aims to help build the necessary human resources for economic, social, and cultural development in the Zimbabwe or Southern Africa region and develop an educated and skilled workforce that can be of great benefit to the community at large.
Therefore, Canon Collins Trust Scholars are expected to use the information and knowledge, training, and skills acquired through their studies to contribute positively to the development of their home community and country.
The scholarships are on a number of different platforms, some of them are administered in association with the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office and UK institutions.
To apply for any scholarship opportunity under this program you must:
Have nationality or have refugee status in one of the following countries in the world: Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, ZIMBABWE.
Students must normally reside in their home countries.
Visit the scholarship website for more information and the application.
BRITISH INVENTION SCHOLARSHIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
Chevening Scholarships are among the UK Government’s best global scholarship programs for Zimbabweans and other international students, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organizations.
The program offers awards to academically outstanding scholars with leadership potential from Africa and around the world to study for a master’s degree in any subject at any university located in the UK.
WARWICK CHANCELLOR’S INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS
The Chancellor’s International Scholarships are awarded annually through a combined Postgraduate Research Scholarship competition and are open to Zimbabweans, Africans, and all foreign students in any discipline offered at the University of Warwick.
MARSHAL PAPWORTH SCHOLARSHIP AT HARPER ADAMS UNIVERSITY 2021/2022 FOR STUDENTS FROM DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
This scholarship is available to students from Zimbabwe and developing countries who have applied to study the following programs:
Master of Integrated Pest Management
Master of Entomology
MSc Agricultural Sciences and Production Systems.
The scholarship is awarded in collaboration with Harper Adams University and offers a scholarship sum of £23,350 covering:
£13,350 tuition fee 1s
£10,000 living expenses.
The application for admission must be sent before Wednesday, February 6, 2019, unfailingly.
The Commonwealth Shared Scholarships Program is a collaborative initiative between the Commonwealth Scholarships Commission with funding from the UK Department for International Development and UK universities, with the aim of supporting scholarships for students from Zimbabwe and developing countries. Commonwealth development who would not otherwise be able to study in the UK without this scholarship.
Established by the Department for International Development in 1986, the Commonwealth Matching Scholarships represent a unique partnership between the UK Government and UK institutions.
To date, more than 3,500 students from Zimbabwe and Commonwealth developing countries have received shared scholarships.
UK universities have offered to support scholarships by contributing the stipend for international students from their own resources, or those that the university has been able to generate from other sources.
The CSC online CLI form is now available
For more information and the application, please visit the scholarship webpage
TRANSFORM TOGETHER SCHOLARSHIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL AND EUROPEAN UNION STUDENTS (NOT IN THE UK)
The Transform Together Scholarships are open to Zimbabweans and international students and even to students from the European Union and outside the UK who apply to a full-time postgraduate course at Sheffield Hallam University in each academic year.
RHODES SCHOLARSHIPS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
Rhodes Scholarships are often postgraduate scholarships supporting exceptional Zimbabweans, and undergraduates from around the world at the University of Oxford in the UK, which was established in the will of Cecil Rhodes in 1902. Apparently, Rhodes is the oldest and perhaps the most prestigious international scholarship. Program in the world today.
BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE EDUCATION (BAICE) COMPARES SCHOLARSHIPS 2021/2022 FOR RESEARCHERS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Compare is a high-profile international and comparative education journal that publishes six issues a year of high-quality articles on a variety of topics in educational policy and practice around the world.
It is arguably the official journal of the British Association for Comparative and International Education (BAICE), which works to support extreme, serious inquiry, research, teaching, and collaboration activities in the field and related areas.
To maintain its significant and apparent global position, one of Compare’s missions is to develop the diversity of its authorship and support underrepresented and unrecognized groups, in light of the significant and apparent inequalities of global scholarly publishing.
See program platform for details and application
NOTTINGHAM DEVELOPMENT SOLUTIONS SCHOLARSHIPS
The Developing Solutions Scholarships are designed for Zimbabweans and international students who wish to pursue a master’s degree.
He graduated from the University of Nottingham in the UK and is making a difference in the development of his home country.
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