Chevening Scholarships for British Citizens (UK)
Chevening Scholarships are awarded to outstanding scholars from Chevening-eligible countries around the world through the UK government’s global scholarship program.
Typically, awards are for a one-year Master’s degree. Most Chevening Scholarships cover tuition, a set living allowance (for one person), economy class return airfare to the UK, and additional grants to cover necessary expenses.
Scholarships from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) with a Focus on Developing Countries (Germany)
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) offers scholarships for a variety of postgraduate courses at German universities that are particularly relevant to developing countries. International students and young professionals from developing countries in Africa, Asia, the Pacific Islands, Central and South America, and Central and Eastern Europe are eligible for the scholarships. The DAAD scholarship program provides full or partial scholarships to selected programs.
Scholarships in Holland
The Holland Scholarship is intended for international students from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) who wish to pursue a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree at one of the participating Dutch universities. The scholarship is worth € 5,000, and you will receive it during your first year of studies.
Scholarships for Global Professionals from the Swedish Institute (Sweden)
The Swedish Institute offers scholarships to highly qualified international students from developing countries who wish to study at Swedish universities. Scholarships are intended for studies in Sweden, primarily at the master’s level. The scholarship covers tuition, living expenses, a portion of travel expenses, and insurance.
Scholarships from VLIR-UOS (Belgium)
VLIR-UOS provides scholarships to students from 54 developing countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America to pursue English Taught Training or Master’s Programmes in development at Belgian universities. The scholarships cover tuition, room and board, allowances, travel expenses, and other program-related expenses.
Scholarship Program for Eiffel Excellence (France)
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs created the Eiffel scholarship program to help French higher education institutions attract the best foreign students for master’s and PhD degree programs. Eiffel scholarship recipients receive a monthly stipend as well as other benefits such as a return trip, health insurance, and cultural activities. It does not include tuition.
Foreign Students Can Apply for Swiss Government Excellence Scholarships (Switzerland)
The Swiss Government Excellence Scholarships enable graduates from over 180 countries to pursue doctoral or postdoctoral research in any academic field at a publicly funded university or recognized institution in Switzerland. The scholarship pays for a monthly stipend, tuition, health insurance, and lodging.
Scholarships from the Danish Government for Non-EU/EEA Students (Denmark)
The Danish Ministry of Education awards a number of scholarships each year to highly qualified and motivated international students from outside the EU/EEA who wish to pursue full-time higher education programs at participating Danish universities. The scholarship can be in the form of full or partial tuition fee waivers and/or grants to help with living expenses.
Bursaries from the Italian Government for International Students (Italy)
The Italian government provides scholarships to both foreign citizens and Italian citizens living abroad to study in Italy. Scholarships are available for university degree programs, advanced vocational training, art and music courses, master’s degree programs, and doctoral programs, among other things. Scholarships for three, six, or nine months are available.