The government of the Central African Republic and various international organizations are focusing on the upliftment of the higher education of the students of the Central African Republic.
Scholarships and grants are offered at different levels such as undergraduate, graduate, etc. Here are various international scholarships available for the students of the Central African Republic.
Students from the Central African Republic who are looking for financial assistance to continue their studies in the UK can scroll down this page to find undergraduate, master and doctoral scholarships.
1. University of Westminster’s Geoffrey Copland Scholarship for Students from Developing Countries
The University of Westminster offers generous scholarships to fully finance a student from a developing country who plans to study full-time in the Master’s degree program.
Dr. Geoffrey Copland retired as Vice-Chancellor of the University of Westminster in July 2007, and this scholarship is named after him, in recognition of his unconditional support for the scholarship program.
Accommodation, living expenses and flights to and from London are taken care of.
Level/Field of Study: Masters
Eligible Nationalities: Developing countries
Application Deadline: May 31
2. Sheffield Hallam University Commonwealth Shared Scholarships for Students in Developing Countries
Sheffield Hallam University participates in the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Program (CSSS) and welcomes nominations of eligible students from developing countries for the 2022/2023 scholarship.
Value: The CSSS covers tuition, living expenses, and travel expenses for the duration of a full-time master’s course.
Level/Field of Study: This is for Master’s program and the field of study are MSc Logistics and supply chain management, Master’s Degree in Environmental Management, Specialized in Master Practical Physiotherapy, Master’s Degree in Nutrition with Public Health Management.
Eligible Nationalities: Developing Commonwealth Countries.
Application Deadline: Applications are now closed for courses started in September.
3. British Association of International and Comparative Education (BAICE) Compare Fellowship for Researchers in Developing Countries
BAICE has opened applications for its annual ‘Compare Fellowship’, to support early career academics from the Global South in their research and scholarship to a global audience.
“Compare” is a leading magazine in the field of comparative and international education, which publishes six issues in the field of education.
It is the official journal of the British Association for Comparative and International Education (BAICE), which supports research, teaching, and collaboration activities in this field.
Value: The scholarship will run from September 1, 2020, to August 31, and will provide full financial support (travel, accommodation, and accommodation).
Level/Field of Study: Research.
Eligible Nationalities: Afghanistan, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Democratic Republic of Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, The Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Haiti, Korea, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Nepal, Niger, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Yemen, Zimbabwe.
Application Deadline: 1st March.
4. University of Sheffield Africa Scholarship for African Students
In collaboration with the University of Sheffield Africa Scholarship Trust, the Department of Geography is pleased to offer a scholarship to a graduate student in African Education.
Eligible applicants are contacted by email with a link to our scholarship application form. This is a competitive process and not all applications will be successful; A panel of high-level personnel will select the most powerful application.
Value: A complete exemption from tuition fees and maintenance of university accommodation and monthly subsidy.
Level/Field of Study: Masters. The applicant must have applied to participate in one of the following courses at the University of Sheffield which starts in September: MA International Development, Master’s Degree in Environmental Change and International Development, and MPH international development.
Eligible Nationalities: African Countries.
Application Deadline: May 6.
5. Denys Holland Scholarship for Financially Challenged Students at University College London, UK
The Denys Holland Foundation offers scholarship opportunities for students with financial difficulties who wish to pursue undergraduate studies at University College London.
The Denys Holland Scholarship is intended to help undergraduate students from all countries who, without the support of the scholarship, could not obtain the necessary funds to study at the UCL and who can demonstrate their intention to participate, make the most of the activities offered by UCL and the Student Union.
The candidate must be 25 years old or younger when starting school.
Value: The scholarship costs £ 9,000 a year for three years, subject to satisfactory academic progress. The beneficiary may choose to use all or part of the scholarship to cover their fees.
The rest is paid to the beneficiary in the form of a maintenance price. The scholarship may be combined with other grants, scholarships, awards, or scholarships, provided that the total annual funding does not exceed the cost of the expenses, plus a reasonable sum for the maintenance in a given year (as determined by the UCL).
Level/Field of Study: Undergraduate.
Eligible Nationalities: International Students
Application Deadline: July 5.
6. Bristol University Think Big Scholarships (Under/Postgraduate)
The University of Bristol is investing £ 500,000 to help the brightest and best international students travel to Bristol University.
26 Think Big Undergraduate Scholarships and 26 Think Big Postgraduate Scholarships are available for courses starting in 2023
The University of Bristol is committed to helping and nurturing global talent to train the future leaders of tomorrow.
Value: The following scholarships are available for undergraduate students for the September entry:
• 3 scholarships of £10,000
• 9 scholarships of £5,000
The following scholarships are available to graduate students for the September 2019 application:
• 5 scholarships of £20,000
• 10 scholarships of £10,000
• 20 scholarships of £5,000
Level/Field of Study: Undergraduate and postgraduate programs. The courses offered are any full-time undergraduate program (except medicine, dentistry, and veterinary science) or graduate program offered at the university
Eligible Nationalities: International Students
Application Deadline: The deadline for the first batch is 31st March while the deadline for the second batch is 30th June.
7. University College London (UCL) Commonwealth Shared Scholarships for Developing Commonwealth Countries
The Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Program, in partnership with the University College London (UCL), offers MSc students from developing countries of the Commonwealth the opportunity to study in the UK.
The Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Program is a joint initiative of the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (funded by the Department for International Development (DFID) and the British Universities) to fund scholarships for students from developing Commonwealth countries that could not otherwise study in the UK.
Value: The scholarship will cover tuition costs, a maintenance allowance, air travel to and from the United Kingdom at the beginning and end of the university program, as well as additional discretionary allowances.
Level/Field of Study: The scholarship is for the Master’s program only and the subject areas are
- MSc Materials for Energy and the Environment,
- MSc in Health and Development,
- Health economics and decision science (MSc)
- MSc Global Prosperity,
- MSc Risk, Disasters and Resilience,
- Education and International Development (MA)
- Master in Education, Gender and International Development,
- MA in Education, Health Promotion and International Development or master’s degree in educational planning, economics, and international development, and
- Master in Administration and Development Planning.
Eligible Nationalities: Developing commonwealth countries
Application Deadline: 14th March. Visit the web page for details and apply.
8. Ferguson MSc Scholarships for Africa and South America at Aston University in the UK
The Faculty of Life Sciences and Health at Aston University is pleased to announce the Ferguson Scholarships for students from Africa and South America.
Aston University is a research-led university recognized for the quality of its teaching and close ties to industry, government, and commerce.
Value: Scholarships are available to pursue postgraduate programs. Ferguson Scholarships are available to students applying for postgraduate programs on campus, including:
1. MSc Cognitive Neuroscience
2. MSc Drug Delivery
3. MSc Pharmaceutical Sciences
4. Pharmacokinetics MSc
5. MSc Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine.
Eligible Nationalities: Scholarships are available for students from African or South American countries.
Application Deadline: 30th April.
16. University of Strathclyde Prestige Award for Excellence in Creative Writing, UK
The University of Strathclyde now accepts applications for the Strathclyde Prestige Award for Excellence in Creative Writing. The award is open to applicants who are available to begin their studies in the United Kingdom before the start of the academic year in September.
Value: the winner will receive £ 5,000.
Level/Field of Study: The prize is open to the graduate program. The prize will be awarded in the field of English, and journalism.
Eligible Nationalities: Scholarships are available to students from all over the world.
Application Deadline: May 31.
9. The University of Birmingham International Students Scholarships in the UK
In partnership with Kaplan International College London (KICL), the University of Birmingham is pleased to offer the KAPLAN Outstanding Achievement Scholarships in the United Kingdom.
Value: The university offer one scholarship award of £2,000.
Level/Field of Study: The scholarship is open for the undergraduate program. The scholarship will be awarded in the areas of art and law, life sciences and the environment, medical and dental sciences, and social sciences.
Eligible Nationalities: The scholarships are available for foreign students (not belonging to the EU).
Application Deadline: June 15.
10. University of Lincoln 50% fee Scholarship in England, UK
The University of Lincoln is pleased to offer the 50% Global Scholarship to the best performing international candidates who joined Lincoln University.
For this scholarship, international applicants must have demonstrated the highest levels of excellence in the academic, extracurricular, and personal fields.
Value: 50% education fee
Level/Field of Study: Scholarships are available for undergraduate or graduate students.
Eligible Nationalities: International students from outside the European Union who have never studied in the United Kingdom are invited to this scholarship.
Application Deadline: Round 1: Friday 12 March, Round 2: Friday 11 June, and Round 3: Thursday 12 August.
To Apply For Any Of The Scholarships Visit The Official Web Site.