Scholarships In South African Universities For Foreign Students
While these scholarships come under several categories, many of them are duly suitable for foreigners pursuing Master’s and doctoral degrees in disciplines that reflect the core values of the sponsors.
This article provides essential information about the top South African scholarships for foreign students in Africa.
SA-GER-CDR Masters & PhD Scholarships + Internships for African Students
This scholarship is a fully funded support scheme for sub-Saharan African students with brilliant academic records to study in South Africa and Germany. While CDR focuses on the advancement of research efforts that reflect the work of the centre, the scholarships under it can be enjoyed by students pursuing Master’s or doctoral degrees in the programmes specified by the sponsors.
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Mandela Rhodes Scholarships for African Students
This academic support scheme offers scholarships to African students pursuing postgraduate degrees to study in South African universities. While the scheme aims to imbibe exceptional leadership in Africans, it also receives applications from students across Africa. According to the online portal of the scholarship scheme, successful applicants for Master’s programmes are fully funded for up to two years while those for Honours’ programmes enjoy one-year full academic funding.
University of Pretoria MasterCard Scholarships (Masters) for African Students
This is a scheme offering postgraduate scholarships to students from all African countries with the exception of South Africa. Under the aegis of a partnership between the Mastercard Foundation (MCF) and the University of Pretoria (UP), this scheme offers scholarships to “high-achieving” African students who are capable of transforming the African continent by virtue of their attitudes, skills and knowledge.
Absa GenA Graduate Programme for Graduate Africans
This offers postgraduate students from selected African countries the chance to undergo a one-year internship programme. Scholarships into Absa’s Gen A internship are intended to support young acquisitive minds who showcase excellent EQs and IQs. The sponsors of this scholarship encourage postgraduates to not only develop the inclination to build their careers but also grow the capabilities for improving Africa’s development. African countries eligible for this scholarship scheme are Nigeria, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Seychelles, Mozambique, Mauritius, Kenya, Ghana and Botswana.
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