International Scholarships Resources

We provide information about scholarship and financial aid for undergraduate, post graduate, doctor or PhD scholarship, and non degree scholarship. You can find and access scholarships based on your degree or continent (Africa, America, Asia, Australia, Europe) by free.

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[United Kingdom] 100 PhD scholarships from University of Kent

In preparation for the University's 50th anniversary in 2015, University of Kent, United Kingdom has established an additional 100 doctoral scholarships to be awarded annually from 2012. Successful candidates will demonstrate academic excellence and outstanding research potential. Scholarships will be offered at the standard UK Research Councils' rate.

ASEAN Business Advisory Council Scholarship

ASEAN Business Advisory Council (ASEAN-BAC) is providing scholarships in selected ASEAN universities for students wishing to study programs relating to business and technology.

[China] Leiden-Orange Tulip Scholarship

Leiden University (in cooperation with Nuffic Neso China) offers 3 scholarships to study in Leiden University Netherlands (taught in English) starting in September 2012

GE Foundation Scholarships

The GE Foundation Scholar-Leaders Program is about developing Leadership, Community Involvement and Global Connections for a new generation of students from eligible country

New Zealand ASEAN Scholar Awards

The New Zealand-ASEAN Scholar Awards recognise New Zealand’s close cultural, economic, and geographic ties with South-east Asia. The programme are funded by the New Zealand Aid Programme, the New Zealand Government’s international development programme and managed by the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

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