MEXT (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology) offers scholarships to international students who wish to study at Japanese universities as research students under the Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship Program for 2017.read more
The Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) is pleased to announce the twenty-seventh session of its Small Grants Programme for Thesis Writing. The grants serve as part of the Council’s contribution to the development of the social sciences in Africa, and the continuous renewal and strengthening of research capacities in African universities, through the funding of primary research conducted by postgraduate students.
ELIGIBILITY: The CODESRIA Small Grants Programme is opened to students currently registered in PhD in African universities, and preparing their research in all social science fields and other disciplines involving social or economic analysis.read more
89 Rhodes Scholars are selected annually from 32 countries around the world. They are young women and men from diverse backgrounds and interests who show potential to be public-spirited leaders for the world future. UK Rhodes Scholarships are tenable for full time study at the University of Oxford, England. After election to a Scholarship, a successful candidate has still to be found a place in the relevant department or faculty of the University as well as a place in an Oxford College..read more
The DAAD supports German universities which have successfully implemented transnational education (TNE) projects abroad with funds from the Federal Foreign Office. The present funding programme offers funds to support high-performance students enrolled in such TNE offers of German universities abroad. The opportunity to award scholarships is meant to enhance the attractiveness of the supported study courses, strengthen their regional impact and emphasise their connection to Germany.read more