Scholarships in Nigeria to study abroad 2019

Latest / Ongoing Scholarships in United Kingdom

      • Bachelos Scholarship by Cardiff University 2019/2020

      • Students who are successful in their application for the award will receive a package of scholarship benefits worth approximately £5,000 that includes:

         

        • £1,000 discount from their programme tuition fees
        • Access to excellent facilities
        • Strength and conditioning support from UKSCA accredited staff
        • Sports science support, including nutrition, psychology, physiology, biomechanics
        • Sports medicine, including physiotherapy massage
        • Active yoga and recovery sessions
        • Performance workshops

        The award of scholarships are reviewed on an annual basis and students will be required to demonstrate their continuing commitment to Cardiff Met performance sport and their personal sporting development in order to continue to benefit from the scheme for the duration of their studies.

      • Undergraduate Scholarship by St. Cross College

      • Each Worldwide Scholarship has a value of £10,000 and is intended to provide financial assistance to an academically meritorious graduate student normally resident in the pertinent continent, who has been accepted into an accredited one-year Master's (MSc/MSt) course at the University of Oxford and who is unable to secure full funding from elsewhere. The successful scholar will be given priority for a room in College accommodation (at the standard rent) for the year of their course.

      • Masters Scholarship by Mo Ibrahim Foundation 2019/2020

      • The scholarship is provided by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation and is for a two-year programme, with the successful candidate undertaking the full MSc programme, with a one year internship being integral to the programme. The internship will consist of six months with IDD and six months with the Mo Ibrahim Foundation in London.

        The Governance and Statebuilding programme is one of the specialised streams within international development, and takes an interdisciplinary standpoint, combining the theoretical rigour of political economy and the practical experience of development. The good governance agenda occurs now increasingly alongside debate on state-building, which encompasses issues such as accountability and transparency, corruption, conflict, political settlement, human rights, participation, access to justice and democratisation. Governance and state-building are of particular interest to governments, nongovernmental organisations and development agencies, as well as to a growing and vibrant academic community.

        The scholarship includes:

        1. Full tuition fee
        2. Air fare to and from the United Kingdom and visa
        3. Monthly stipend of £950 for 18 months
        4. Arrival allowance of £950

        The remaining six months for the internship will be funded directly to the successful candidate by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation.

      • Masters Taught Scholarship by University of Stirling 2019/2020

      • As part of our commitment to attracting the very best students to join our diverse international community, we are delighted to offer the University of Stirling PGT International Excellence Scholarship.

        This scholarship is awarded in the form of a £5,000 tuition fee waiver for the first year of a Master's degree and is open to all full-time, self-funding students who are classed as international for tuition fee purposes.

      • Fellowship Scholarship by CommonWealth Scholarship

      • Commonwealth Medical Fellowships are for mid-career medical staff from low and middle income countries, to enhance their clinical skills.

        Funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID), Commonwealth Medical Fellowships enable talented and motivated individuals to gain the knowledge and skills required for sustainable development. These fellowships are offered under one of the CSC’s six themes:

        1. Science and technology for development
        2. Strengthening health systems and capacity
        3. Promoting global prosperity
        4. Strengthening global peace, security and governance
        5. Strengthening resilience and response to crises
        6. Access, inclusion and opportunity
      • Masters Scholarship by University of Essex 2019/2020

      • Bangladesh £5,000, Brazil £3,000, Canada£2,000Chile£3,000, China£2,500, Colombia£3,000, Ghana£4,000, Hong Kong£2,000, India£5,000, Indonesia£4,000, Japan £3,000, Jordan£2,000 Kazakhstan£3,000, Malaysia£4,000, Mexico*£3,000, Nepal£5,000, Nigeria£4,000, Norway£3,000, Pakistan£5,000, Russia, £2,000, Singapore £2,000, Sri Lanka£5,000, Taiwan£3,000, Thailand£2,000, Turkey£4,000, USA£2,000, Vietnam£4,000

      • Post Graduate Taught Scholarship Scholarship by University of Sussex, University 2019/2020

      • The scholarship is worth £ 3,000 for applicants that meets the eligibilty criteria and will be awarded as a fee reduction upon registration at Sussex. For applicants expecting a first class degreen equivalent to a British Bachelor Honour Degree from a Higher Education Institution in Nigeria, the award will automatically be enhanced to £5,000.

        Note: The duration of the scholarship is for one year.

      • Internship Programme Scholarship by Oxford Nuffield Department of Medicine (NDM) 2019/2020

      • This year the department has several country-specific awards for internships. The awards will cover the travel and living costs for a two-month internship in a departmental research laboratory. The scholarship awarded is to the value of £3,000. Accommodation will be arranged at an Oxford college for students funded through these awards and accommodation costs will be deducted from the award and paid to the college on your behalf. The accommodation provided is basic and cannot be altered once students have arrived. The award payments will be made in regular instalments after your arrival in the UK.

        • Funding for students from Japan: the department has funding for up to three students from Japanese universities.
        • Funding for students from China: the department receives funding from the Victor and William Fung Foundation for approximately five students per year.
        • Funding for students from Brazil: the department has funding for up to three students from Brazilian universities.
        • Funding for students from Mexico: internships are also available for up to three students from Mexico.
        • Funding for students from Africa: up to five internships are available (supported by the AfOx initiative) to applicants who have been legally resident in an African country for at least one year out of the last five years. These internships will include support for travel costs as well as living costs while in Oxford.

        Please note that the number of awards available is restricted and that this is therefore a competitive application process. Fulfilling the criteria listed above does not guarantee you an award.

        Well-qualified students who are not eligible to apply for the NDM internships above may wish to get in touch with a PI directly to inquire about any other opportunities and funding that may be available in their labs. Students funded directly by a PI would be responsible for arranging their own accommodation in Oxford, although the department can offer help and suggestions.