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  MasterCard Undergraduate Scholarships
Posted by: Mary - 05-04-2017, 03:24 AM - Forum: Undergraduate Scholarships - No Replies

Undergraduate scholarships are really hard to come by. That is why you can't afford to miss out on this one.


The MasterCard Foundation aims to raise transformational leaders who will influence change on the African Continent, through an array of mentoring and cultural transition services to ensure student academic success, community engagement and transition to employment opportunities which will further social and economic change in Africa.

For more details on how to apply, open the link below!

MasterCard Scholarships - KNUST

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  Full International Undergraduate Scholarships, University of Westminster
Posted by: Mary - 04-06-2017, 05:32 AM - Forum: Undergraduate Scholarships - No Replies

Are you looking for a university in the UK that gives full undergrad scholarships for international students?

Any international student from a developing country who wishes to pursue a full-time undergraduate degree at the University of Westminster can apply for this scholarship, as long as one qualifies for entry into the undergraduate program of choice. 

If you are interested in this scholarship, go through the link below for more details. Who knows, this might be your lucky break!

University of Westminster Undergrad Scholarships

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  RUFORUM Undergraduate scholarships at Gulu University
Posted by: Mary - 03-16-2017, 06:05 PM - Forum: Undergraduate Scholarships - No Replies

Great news! Undergraduate scholarships are now available at Gulu University.


The MasterCard Foundation has partnered with the Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture (RUFORUM;ruforum.org), a network of 66 universities in 26 African countries. The partnership focuses on ‘Transforming African Agricultural Universities to meaningfully contribute to Africa’s growth and development’.

For more information, check out the link below. 

RUFORUM Undergrad Scholarships

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  Management or Accounting
Posted by: ShetoJe - 06-20-2016, 01:50 AM - Forum: Undergraduate Scholarships - Replies (1)

My name is Shito Ahmed. I live in Ethiopia. How can I get scholarship in developed country?

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  Nebosh International Diploma
Posted by: - 09-11-2015, 08:03 PM - Forum: Undergraduate Scholarships - Replies (3)

It is great stuff indeed. I also wanted to ask..is there a way to subscribe to your site via email? Thanks for sharing such a great information..Its really nice and informative.

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  Duke University Full Scholarships from MasterCard Foundation
Posted by: Samuel - 08-17-2015, 10:10 PM - Forum: Undergraduate Scholarships - Replies (1)

The MasterCard Foundation Scholars at Duke University represent the intellect and energy of the youth of Sub-Saharan Africa. With a financial commitment of $13.5 million from

At Duke, scholars work with professors who have decades of experience leading projects in Africa. Through challenging classes, research opportunities, and programs designed especially for these students, The MasterCard Foundation Scholars at Duke are provided the educational tools needed to become leaders. Duke recognizes education is a catalyst for social and economic betterment. This visionary program creates a pipeline of leaders for a global society. Duke is proud to be among a select group of institutions participating in the program's inaugural year.

The Scholarship will cover
tuition,
room and board,
books and supplies,
requisite travel and
stipends.

In addition, a specialized academic mentoring program will offer MasterCard Foundation Scholars academic support and ensure that a cohesive learning community is established.

http://internationalscholarships.ca/duke/

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  MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program at the University of Pretoria
Posted by: Samuel - 08-11-2015, 07:54 AM - Forum: Undergraduate Scholarships - Replies (6)

Through collaboration with partner organizations in 49 countries, The MasterCard Foundation is creating opportunities for all people to learn and prosper. The Foundation’s programs promote financial inclusion and advance youth learning, mostly in Africa.

How many scholarships are given?

In 2014, the University of Pretoria partnered with The MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program to provide bursaries to 347 students over the following ten years. Two thirds of these bursaries are for postgraduate study with one third being for undergraduate study.

Which countries are targeted?

The Program targets academically qualified, yet economically disadvantaged young people in South Africa, SADC and the rest of Africa, who will contribute to the transformation of the continent. Community service is a necessary component of the Program with all students giving back to the community from which they come.

If your application is successful, the Program will cover the following:

Full tuition fees
Accommodation in a UP residence
Meals
Books and printed material
A modest monthly stipend
Medical aid
Travel costs (one return trip for the duration of the study period)
Visa costs for international students

http://internationalscholarships.ca/univ...-pretoria/

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  Facebook Chat - "I need Undergrad Scholarship Help"
Posted by: Samuel - 02-17-2015, 04:56 AM - Forum: Undergraduate Scholarships - No Replies

I am posted below a recent Facebook conversation I had with someone seeking a scholarship.

You will not several things

  • The inability of the student to clearly communicate his academic standing
  • The unwillingness of the student to actually study and read the scholarship information on his own
  • A general lack of understand of the process

Have a read through - I think this helps show some of the issues that are faced in a scholarship search

STUDENT
• hi
• How are you I need your chat as you did promise to me before

ME
• sure
• How can I help?

STUDENT
• ok my dear I am to tired for 4 years without rest but not successful yet
• please a minute
• I don’t really understand myself, why I did not get still now. I am seeking for your BEST INFO list of universities offer that would help with the payment of tuition fees, and I can apply for undergraduate degree without an IELTS scores AND application fees online
ME
• Let me ask a couple of questions - what country are you from? were your grades in the top 10% of your secondary school graduating class

STUDENT
• Because after they received Application fees they remained silent. I am a qualified Diploma holder by a three year course taken, where I graduated in Agricultural Development. I am currently studying for my BA Degree course in my own country by paying per year and am good student at this time.

STUDENT
• Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

ME
• How old are you?

STUDENT
• my First semester English course t this time 3:375 and my age , I was born 10 March 1991

ME
• In Secondary School were your grades in the top 10% of your graduating class?>

STUDENT
• from grade 9 up to 12 I was in a especial class and I got grade in 1 (first )place and 10 grade third place and 11 7 12 four upt 7
• Totally I was the best student! Yes, I was one the top of ten!

ME
• So help me understand, you had excellent grades - were then accepted to a University in Ethiopia?

STUDENT
• Yes, and I have taken an entrance SOC for Ethiopia. FROM 500 students we have already passed the test began our education in 2014 for English and language and like I told you this week I got my semester my CGPA 3:375

ME
• Yes, sorry, I see that now - you also said you applied somewhere I sent an application fee? Where was that?

STUDENT
• Do you know, the only students around 100 passed from those whole.

ME
• I don't understand what that means?

STUDENT
• during entrance exam we are only passed for 2014 education in Addis Ababa University the only 100 students from 500

ME
• very good - so that proves your academic ability which is excellent

STUDENT
• hi
• Because the SOC was very difficult

ME
• You also said you applied somewhere and sent an application fee? Where was that?

STUDENT
• SOC for Ethiopia means TOEFL America

ME
• k

STUDENT
• Because the SOC was very difficult 1

ME
• have you looked at the MasterCard scholarships
http://internationalscholarships.ca/cate...astercard/
• there are 11 different options - each with different application process - the application is very difficult
• For some you will be too Old and for others not eligible b/c of your post secondary studies - but if I was you I would start here

STUDENT
• You mean I did not get your idea, why?
• Where country are you now?

ME
• Also application period is Sept - Dec -- so you have missed deadline for this year - this gives you time to plan ahead for next year.

STUDENT
• CAN I GET A JOB WITH there?

ME
• these scholarship include a stipend so you would not need a job - please read through them carefully and then let's talk more

STUDENT
• Well, I could simply admire your help but I need some emails of them

ME
• go to the website - it's all there -

STUDENT
• If I get with a very discount I will go even around $3000 if I can apply for undergraduate degree without an IELTS scores AND application fees

ME
• read first

STUDENT
• I have got some reward from UK and USA and Canada but their tuition is very expensive
• Anyway, I would like to ask you bit? Do help me now?

ME
http://internationalscholarships.ca/cate...astercard/
• MasterCard Archives - International Scholarships
• internationalscholarships.ca

ME
• read first

STUDENT
• need a bit help now, please come on

ME
• I don't understand - what help would you like from me?

STUDENT
• MasterCard not open I am so sorry because here very bad connection

ME
• Yes I told you that - "Also application period is Sept - Dec -- so you have missed deadline for this year - this gives you time to plan ahead for next year."

STUDENT
• If you understand me I Have decided on a degree program with your school.
• I have decided on a degree program with their school.

ME
• Which?

STUDENT
• Which? for course, I need by English course, or Computer science or sport science

ME
• you have not read the material - your questions or showing that you do not understand the process - please take time and read the material on the website - then go to the school site - then let's talk more

STUDENT
• I have read now even let give you their email mcfscholars.cie@utoronto.ca
• please accept me this one I will ask you
• I have applied before but they asked me application fees

STUDENT
• I need to ask you sincerely for WRITING HELP Essay for Sponsor Letter seeking for financial and I am glad you have been of help sooner!
• I need you to help this one; I'm also I need to prove I have a good academic record my first Se-mister grade best score I got 3.375 in the university in order to received a scholarship. I'm included in the best three in the campus .I wish to complete my undergraduate courses abroad However ,due to my poor background, you understand I do not have enough money to pay for an education the United States or any other country, Because it is very expensive.
• I WOULD LOVE IT if you would be able to write an essay for me. If I send it like this, it would look more professional, and it will attract the interest in me and my situation much more.... I think this is the Most IMPORTANT DATA YOU HAVE TO WRITE THE TEXT I will send to the possible organizers/University /company who have strong sympathy for students from Africa.

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  Ashesi University Full Undergraduate Scholarships
Posted by: Samuel - 05-06-2014, 12:30 AM - Forum: Undergraduate Scholarships - Replies (8)

The Scholars Program at Ashesi will provide 200 young people from economically disadvantaged communities who have demonstrated academic talent and leadership potential with access to quality and relevant education.

Scholars at Ashesi represent some of the best and brightest students from across the African continent

http://internationalscholarships.ca/ashesi/

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  Top 10 Scholarships Tips
Posted by: Samuel - 04-01-2014, 06:54 AM - Forum: Undergraduate Scholarships - No Replies

Please read through this list carefully. It is my Top Ten Tips for International Students in Getting a Scholarship.

Tip # 1 - Determine to Work Very Hard

There is no easy way.
Hard work on your part in the scholarship research and application, like many others, could result in finding that perfect scholarship.
Determine that you will spend countless hours on the internet and considerable time writing essays and filling out applications.
Please don't think that with a couple of simple emails you find a sponsor or a scholarship - This is really hard work that will taken along time and you must be committed before you start the process.
Must people who comment on our sites are not prepared for the work that is involved - Determine now to work hard and long to get a scholarship.

Tip # 2 - Locate Many Scholarships

In your research, look for many scholarships and submit as many applications as possible. Applying for many scholarships improves your chances of getting at least one or more.
Don't be discouraged by the overwhelming amount of scholarship materials available.
Our site INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS - lists the very best opportunities by country and category - start by spending time here - click on the links and seeing what is available.

Tip # 3 - Identify the sponsor's goals.

Try to understand the institutions/sponsor's motivation in offering the award.
Do they want to promote interest in their field?
Do they want to identify promising future researchers and business leaders?
If you can identify their goals, you can direct your application toward satisfying those goals, increasing your chances of winning the award.

Evaluate yourself in relation to the requirements:

What career do you hope to pursue?
How do your goals and ambitions relate to the implied goals of the scholarship?
How do your qualifications compare to the requirements of the scholarship?
What are your abilities and potential?
Where do you want to see yourself in five years? Ten years?

Tip # 4 - Apply only if you are eligible.

Read all the scholarship requirements and directions carefully, and make sure that you are eligible before you send in your application. Your application will not be considered if you are not qualified to apply.
If you have carefully read the requirements and fulfilled them all, your application will shine through. It will go straight to the top of the pile and get a faster response.
If you do not qualify, do not apply. Submitting such an application is a waste of your time. It also indicates you have not done your homework and do not respect the application guidelines and requirements.
Apply for all you qualify for, even if you do not think you will win. You never know.

Tip # 5 - Plan, Write, Edit, and Rewrite Essays

Some scholarships ask for an essay. You must be able to write about a wide variety of topics. These may or may not be exciting to you. Train yourself to write in a thoughtful way. Be sure to demonstrate that you are a scholar or you have the ability to be one.
Give concrete examples. If your answer to an essay question is abstract, support it with a concrete example that illustrates your point. The scholarship sponsor wants to see evidence that you satisfy their criteria, not just unsupported statements.
In writing essays, create a compelling portrait of yourself, your abilities, and position your skills and strengths as deserving the support of the scholarship committee.
Scholarship committees award funding to candidates they can understand and who distinguish themselves from the crowd by their ability to communicate their ideas and abilities well. Show your strengths and distinguish yourself from others applicants with similar grades.
Do not send the same CV & essays to different scholarships. Adjust them accordingly.

Tip # 6 - Check, Check and Check Again

Your ability to submit a neat, timely, complete application reflects on you. It is the face you present to the sponsoring organization. Take pride in yourself by submitting the best application you can.
Read & Follow the Instructions - Completely
Proofread your application: Review everything. Typos are a sure way not to be considered for a scholarship. Consider asking a parent, teacher, or friend to read your application. Check spellings, grammar, and punctuation.
Most scholarships require transcripts. Others require you to write an essay or submit letters of recommendation. Send in what is required. Missing the requirements can cost you a scholarship.
Many students fail to follow directions. You can give yourself a competitive advantage by reading the directions carefully.
Provide everything that is required. But do not supply things that are not requested. You will not impress and you might be disqualified.
Be sure to complete the entire application. If a question does not apply, note that on the application. Do not just leave it blank.
Neatness counts.
Make several photocopies of all the forms you receive. Use the copies as working drafts as you develop your application packet.
It is always best to type the application. If you must print, do so neatly and legibly.

Tip # 7 - Write an accomplishments resume.

Sell yourself; present yourself in the best light, but be honest.
Compile a list of all your accomplishments. This will help you identify your strengths and prepare a better application.
Give a copy of the resume to the people who are writing letters of recommendation for you. They will be able to work some of the tidbits into their letters, making it seem like they know you better.
In awarding scholarships, organizations and universities look at many factors such as your application, academic transcripts, presentation, essays, community involvement, leadership skills, special talents etc.
Be honest. Don't exaggerate your grades, memberships, skills, or qualifications. It is better to focus on the scholarships for which you might be eligible.
Remember, in scholarship application the powers that be want to know three things: why is it important to you, why it is right for you and why you are right for it. Your application should be built around this message.

Tip # 8 - Beat the Deadlines

Learn to get organized and keep track of multiple tasks such as deadlines and multiple applications. Have your CV, academic transcripts, research proposal, and other possible requirements ready at all times.
This will help you beat the deadlines and avoid rushed entries especially for scholarships that are announced close to the deadline, giving you weeks or a month to apply. In addition, be sure to have referees who are ready to send out references at a short notice.

Tip # 9 - Take steps to make sure your application gets where it needs to go.

Before sending the application, make a copy of the entire packet and keep it on file. If your application goes astray, you can always reproduce it quickly.
Make sure your name (and social security number, if applicable) appears on all pages of the application. Pieces of your application may get lost unless they are clearly identified.
Do not send transcripts, applications and letters of recommendation separately; if possible, send a complete packet.
Keep copies of everything you send: If your application is misplaced, having copies will make it easier to resend your information quickly.

Tip # 10 - Beware of Scholarship Scams

Be alert for services that solicit money in exchange for guaranteed scholarships.
If the offer sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
Never pay for a scholarship search.
Don't post your email address on any website or blog - when you post a comment on our site we keep your email address hidden - posting it within the text of the comment makes it visible to "internet scammers" who will send you fake emails promising much, stealing your money and giving nothing in return.

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