There are many international scholarships for African students available, including government scholarships, Commonwealth scholarships and university scholarships.
Graduate scholarships for international students from Africa, Asia and Latin America to study in Belgium on a development-related master’s degree or training program.
Scholarships for sub-Saharan Africans to study a development-related master’s or PhD program in Germany.
Short course, master’s degree and PhD scholarships for African students to study in the Netherlands. 50% of budget goes to female applicants, while the other 50% is prioritized to applicants from sub-Saharan Africa.
International scholarships for African students worth the full tuition fee of a master’s degree at the University of Glasgow, starting from September 2017. Applicants will automatically be considered based on academic merit.
Scholarships for Africans to study in the UK at UCL (University College London) on a master’s program within the Institute for Global Health. (The 2016 deadline has passed; check back at a later date for the next round of applications.)
Merit-based scholarships for Africans to gain partial funding to study in the UK at Edinburgh Napier University.
Commonwealth scholarships open to students from African commonwealth countries* to study in the UK at SOAS (London) on a development-related master’s degree.
Scholarships for Africans from Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe to undertake postgraduate study in the UK at Durham University.
Scholarships for African students who have previously studied at South African universities to study in the UK at Oxford University.
Merit-based graduate scholarships to study in the UK at the University of Edinburgh (Scotland) on a master’s or PhD program.
Two visiting fellowships for African students to conduct research and writing at the University of Cambridge.
Master’s degree scholarships for aspiring African leaders to study in the UK at London Business School, SOAS or the University of Birmingham.