There are many ways to study abroad, and some of the best is through scholarships. Although these programs can be expensive, they provide students with a chance to experience life in another country while earning an education. These scholarships are available for students from all over the world, including Africa. We’ve compiled a list of universities where you can find funding if your application is accepted:
University of Birmingham
The University of Birmingham is a Russell Group university located in Edgbaston, Birmingham. It was founded in 1902 as the Birmingham Municipal College and became an independent institution in 1900. It has grown to become one of the largest research-intensive universities in Europe outside the capital cities with more than 25,000 students on campus and across its campuses around the world.
University of Aberdeen
Aberdeen is the third oldest university in Scotland, and it has a global reputation for excellence in teaching and research. It is ranked in the top 200 universities in the world.
The University has been ranked as one of the top 100 universities worldwide by Times Higher Education (THE) with THE placing it at number 12th on their ranking list for 2016-2017. Aberdeen offers undergraduate courses, postgraduate courses, and research opportunities to students from all over the world.
University of Sheffield
The University of Sheffield is a Russell Group university and one of the largest universities in the UK. It offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, as well as research opportunities in engineering, humanities, and law. The university has over 100 different study areas to choose from including business administration and medicine! If you’re looking for a scholarship that will help fund your tuition fees at this prestigious institution then look no further than our list below:
Scholarship for African students studying in the UK:
This scholarship provides financial assistance towards your course fees at any one of our UK campuses (including Egham). In order to apply you must be a citizen or resident alien based outside the UK who has been granted leave by the Home Office through an application process separate from other applications made under this scheme. You must also have been awarded an offer letter from us before applying for funding so make sure it arrives before applying!
University of Warwick
The University of Warwick is a public research university in Coventry, England. It was founded in 1965 as a non-residential campus of the University of Birmingham and became fully independent in 1992. The institution has expanded to include other campuses at Warwick Manufacturing Group’s headquarters in Bedworth; Ufton Court, near High Wycombe; Snitterfield; Rugby School Library (now administered by the university’s archives department); Malvern Link Campus (administered by the Department for Children, Schools, and Families); City Gate House on Exeter Street in Temple Bar which houses student accommodation for international students; a new building for its Law School at Lincoln’s Inn Fields which opened on 1st September 2017
University of Southampton
The University of Southampton is a public research university in Southampton, England. It was founded as Hartley University College in 1862, evolving into the Hartley Institute in 1902 and finally gaining full university status as the University of Southampton in 1952.
The campus is located on a hillside above the city center near the River Itchen, 5 miles (8 km) from central Southampton city center. A campus road crosses through a series of tunnels below this wooded area to reach various parts of campus; these tunnels were originally built during World War II when building work was suspended due to fear bombs would hit them during air raids (see below)
Sheffield Hallam University
- Location: Sheffield, England
- Course type: A range of courses are available at Sheffield Hallam University, including business and sport management; engineering; healthcare; law, and politics.
- Research strengths: The university has a strong reputation for its research, which includes work in sports medicine and health care.
SOAS, University of London
SOAS is a global community with a diverse range of students, staff, and alumni. The university’s campus in the heart of London is easily accessible by public transport or car and has excellent facilities for outdoor activities such as hiking or cycling.
SOAS has a strong track record of supporting students from Africa to study here through scholarships and bursaries. Students can apply for these while they’re still in their home country or when they arrive at SOAS by applying through your local Council on Higher Education (CHE). You’ll also find information about how to apply for funding if you live outside Africa but still want to come here!
- Loughborough University is a public research university in Loughborough, Leicestershire, in the East Midlands of England. It has been a constituent college of the University of Leicester since 1966 and was previously an independent institution until 2008.
- It has been ranked among the top 100 universities in Europe by Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2017–2018; it was placed sixth overall for biomedical sciences and medicine and seventeenth overall for natural sciences and mathematics.
Queen’s University Belfast
Queen’s University Belfast (QUB) is a research-intensive university in Northern Ireland. It was established in 1845, making it one of the oldest universities in the United Kingdom. QUB has over 27,000 students from over 130 countries and offers 600 undergraduate degree programs to its students.
The university has been ranked among the top 100 universities worldwide by Times Higher Education magazine annually since 2010 (including 2017), while also being placed within international rankings such as The Guardian’s World University Rankings 2018 or QS World University Rankings 2019 Top 50 Under 50: Engineering & Technology category . The degree award system at Queen’s University Belfast allows you to choose your preferred program with no financial constraints; if you decide not to study there anymore after obtaining your qualifications then you can easily transfer them to another institution within Europe or elsewhere around the world!
- Scholarships are important for African students because they help them to study in a different country and broaden their horizons.
- Studying abroad will help you gain valuable experience and make friends from around the world. You can also improve your CV by doing an internship or volunteering during your studies abroad.
We hope that this post has given you some insight into how to approach the process of applying for scholarships and grants. There are many different types of scholarships for Africans out there, but we hope that these lists will help you find the one that’s right for your needs!
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