Scholarships for Women

Presently there are various financial aids and scholarships for women around the world. Scholarships for women are available at all degree levels i.e. undergraduate, graduate, master’s, phd and postdoctoral for upgrading their education worldwide. A huge number of organizations and institutions offer many grants to women so that they can continue with their education without any difficulty. Below are some available scholarships for women to study in their native place or abroad.

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Sofja Kovalevskaja Award for International Scholars in Germany, 2017

  • Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Germany
  • Research Programme

Federal Ministry of Education and Research is awarding Sofja Kovalevskaja Award for scientists and scholars from all countries and disciplines who completed their doctorates with distinction less than six years ago. Awards are available for undertaking research project at a research institution of applicant’s […]

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Intel Shannon Women in Technology Scholarships in Ireland, 2016

  • Intel Corporation, Ireland
  • Undergraduate Degree

Female students from Ireland are invited to apply for Intel Shannon Women in Technology Scholarships. These scholarships are available to pursue a relevant Computer Science/Technology/Engineering courses (included in the list). Through the ‘Women in Technology’ scholarship program, Intel hopes to increase […]

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Zonta Club of Wollongong Scholarship Award in USA, 2014

Zonta Club of Wollongong and TAFE Illawarra Institute are offering Zonta Club Scholarship to female students currently enrolled at TAFE NSW- Illawarra Institute in the following locations: Wollongong, Wollongong West, Dapto, Shellharbour and Yallah Campuses. To be eligible, applicants must […]

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International Women in STEM Scholarships at ESMT in Germany, 2014

ESMT European School of Management and Technology is offering four Women in STEM scholarships. Female candidates with outstanding academic excellence and a first degree in STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics). Applications from underrepresented countries in the developing world are especially encouraged for this scholarship. […]

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