South Africa Scholarships

South Africa Scholarships: International financial aids and scholarships are available for South Africans to pursue undergraduate, graduate, master’s, doctoral and postdoctoral programmes. Many universities and academic institutions worldwide are providing financial support in the form of excellent scholarships and grants for South African students to study in South Africa and abroad. South Africa is one of the best study destination for the maximum number of international students who want to upgrade their education skills. Explore the links below and avail the latest information about South Africa scholarships and awards.

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Fellowship for African journalists to work in Germany

Fellowship invites African journalists to work in Germany Posted on: 17/10/2008 Fellowships and Awards, International Experience Deadline: 31/01/2009 Region: Sub-Saharan AfricaSouthern African journalists have the chance to compete for the Southern African-German Journalists‘ Bursary to work for two months in […]

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African Scholarship Program 2008-2009

African Humanities Scholarship Program in Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, and Uganda 2008-2009 Eligibility criteria • The proposed project must be in the humanities. • It must propose a written scholarly product such as a dissertation or monograph. • Research and […]

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University of Hertfordshire, UK, International Scholarship

University of Hertfordshire International Scholarship: UH international scholarship is available at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. To be eligible, you must have met the University’s academic and English Language entry requirements and have been successful in gaining an unconditional offer […]

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Australian Development Scholarships (ADS)

Australian Development Scholarships (ADS) is a bilateral program within the Australian Scholarships initiative. Australian Development Scholarships are a highly-valued form of development cooperation that aims to contribute to the long term development needs of Australia’s partner countries to promote growth […]

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