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April 2022 Deadline Scholarships for African Students

April 2022 Deadline Scholarships for African Students

Time is running out! Prepare and send in your application early to boost your chances of snagging one of these top scholarships.
April 2022 Deadline Scholarships for African Students

April 2022 Scholarship Deadlines

Looking for a scholarship to study abroad? Look no further. We have compiled a list of 6 top international scholarships accepting applications from African students in April 2022. 

1. The Albert Baker Fund in Africa

Partially Funded) - ABF provides post-secondary educational grants only for active Christian Scientists who are citizens of one of the 13 countries where ABF has established a program. The awards are based on the applicant’s good academic standing and demonstrated financial need.

2. MEST Training Program for African Entrepreneurs

(Full Tuition) - Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST) is an Accra-based organization that trains and mentors young African entrepreneurs so that they can succeed in creating impactful companies.

3. African Palliative Care Education Scholarship for Nurses and Social Workers

(Up to $2500) - This scholarship is enabled by a partnership between African Palliative Care Association and Global Partners in Care. The purpose of this scholarship fund is to improve the skills of nurses and social workers in the provision of palliative care.

4. Zawadi Africa Education Fund Scholarships for Young African Women

(Fully Funded)) - A scholarship that aims to empower young African girls by giving them access to world-class education that will enable them to become future leaders.

5. Finduddannelse.dk Sustainability Scholarship

(5,000 Euros) - Finduddannelse.dk is a Denmark-based learning platform that awards this scholarship with the aim of encouraging students to improve the world. To be eligible for this scholarship, you must hold an admission offer or be applying to a master’s degree program that focuses on sustainability issues.

6. Coimbra Group Short-Term Scholarships

(Fully Funded) - Young African scholars from higher education institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa are invited to attend universities in the Coimbra Group for short-term visits (usually 1 to 3 months). The primary goal of this fellowship program is to enable scholars to do research at their native university while also assisting them in establishing academic and research networks.

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