Top 500 Scholarships For You To Study Abroad

Looking for the perfect opportunity for you to chase your dream and study abroad? Here are the top 500 scholarships for you to study abroad in a preferred institution of your choice.

  1. MSIF McDonald Fellowship Program for Young Researchers 2020 – Apply Here
  2. Eni-Oxford Africa Scholarship at the University of Oxford in the UK 2020 – Apply Here
  3. Merit Awards at Temple University in Japan 2020 – Apply Here
  4. International MSc Scholarships at Cranfield University in UK 2020 – Apply Here
  5. Mandela Scholarships at Leiden University in Netherlands 2020 – Apply Here
  6. MSc Scholarships at the University of Lincoln in UK 2020 – Apply Here
  7. MSc Scholarships at the University of Strathclyde in UK 20 – Apply Here
  8. Achievement Award at the University of Birmingham in UK 2020 – Apply Here
  9. Scholarships at the Golpayegan University of Technology in Iran 2020 – Apply Here
  10. MBA Scholarship at the University of Queensland in Australia 2020 – Apply Here

 

1) MSIF McDonald Fellowship Program for Young Researchers 2020

 

The McDonald Fellowship allows fresh researchers from low- and middle-income nations to work in a research organization outside of their own nation.

Following the award, they expect applicants will be able to use the newly developed expertise and networks, continuing to undertake MS research and/or patient care in low- and middle-income countries.

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Eligibility for MSIF McDonald Fellowship Program

All candidates must:

  • Possess at least post-graduate level education (at least MSc, if possible Ph.D./MD) in an area applicable to multiple sclerosis
  • Be nationals of a low- or middle-income nation (all nations with a low, lower-middle or upper-middle earnings as described by the World Bank)
  • Center their research in an area significant to MS

MSIF McDonald Fellowship Program Benefits

The fellowship award comprises of a two-year grant, about £30,000 GBP each year, to provide travel and living expenses, and an extra contribution of £2,000 GBP each year to the host school. They require that a portion of the second-year award to the host institution will be used to provide the applicant’s costs to attend the yearly congress of ECTRIMS, the European Committee for Treatment and Research in MS.

How to Apply for MSIF McDonald Fellowship Program

  • Fill out all areas of the online application form
  • The Host is required to supply a supporting statement at the end of the application
  • Provide names and contact information of 3 referees, comprising the candidate’s present supervisor or employer

This is a combined application from the candidate and host. Prior to nomination, applicants are required to have identified an appropriate project and host supervisor at an institution outside of their own nation.

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Application Deadline

The application closing date, with the application form, reference letters, and supporting statement from the host, is 30 June 2020. Because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we have made a decision to extend the closing date for the 2020 Research Awards round from June 30 to August 31. This concerns both Du Pré and McDonald Scholarship Awards.

2) Eni-Oxford Africa Scholarship at the University of Oxford in the UK 2020

The Eni-Oxford Africa Scholarship is available for young and high potential African MBA applicants who can add to better leadership and governance of Africa.

In line with its mission, inspired by the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Eni contributes to the SDGs targets through strategic cooperations focused on areas of common interest such as agriculture value chains, youth employment, and renewable energy and energy efficacy, especially in Africa.

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Eligibility for Eni-Oxford Africa Scholarship

  • Available to highly motivated and high potential African MBA applicants who can add to more effective leadership and governance of the continent. Candidates will be chosen by Oxford Saïd on academic merit and/or ability.
  • Applicants have to be ordinarily living in one of the African nations in which Eni functions including:
    • Algeria
    • Angola
    • Egypt
    • Gabon
    • Ghana
    • Ivory Coast
    • Kenya
    • Libya
    • Morocco
    • Mozambique
    • Nigeria
    • of Congo
    • South Africa
    • Tunisia

Eni-Oxford Africa Scholarship Benefits

  • Two scholarships are available. The scholarship covers full MBA course fees, a living expenses stipend, and one return airfare.

How to Apply for Eni-Oxford Africa Scholarship at the University of Oxford

Once you have submitted your MBA application, they will use the details you have provided to determine your eligibility for this scholarship. You do not need to undertake any additional actions.

There is no fixed closing date for this scholarship award. All qualified offer-holders will be given consideration after every MBA admission closing date, however, they cannot assure the availability of the scholarship award in their latest application stage.

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Application Deadline

There is no set application closing date for this scholarship award. All qualified offer-holders will be given consideration after each MBA admissions closing date, however, we cannot certify the availability of the scholarship award in our latest application stage.

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