Adebayo Afuape is a Food Science and Technology graduate from a humble village in Ibadan, Nigeria. He would have gone the usual way of thinking he had no chance at foreign education and simply settled for a job in his hometown all the while dreaming of what he could become with a little more exposure.
Winning a scholarship may not be as easy as reading an email. But tens to hundreds of thousands of African students are winning scholarships every year to study in their country or abroad.
This demonstrates that there is an abundance of opportunities out there. And that winning a scholarship is achievable if you put your heart to it.
In this exclusive interview on After School Africa, Daniel Waya Ddiba shares his experience on getting a scholarship and studying in Sweden as an African International student.
Daniel, from Uganda, Africa is a recipient of the Swedish institute scholarship. He is studying for Masters in Environmental Engineering and Sustainable infrastructure at KTH Royal Institute of technology Stockholm,
“How can I apply for scholarship?” This is one question we get asked at least five times every day by students.
It’s been established that organizations, governments and universities around the world award scholarships worth millions of dollars to African students to study for undergraduate, masters and PhD every year. With AfterschoolAfrica.com scholarship database,
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As a non-native English speaker, before you can successfully qualify for admission or scholarships to Universities and colleges in most native English speaking countries like US, UK, Australia, Canada etc, you are required to demonstrate your proficiency in English language. You are expected to take any of the English Language approved tests recognised by the institution which includes the IELTS – International English Language Testing System,
An excellent first class undergraduate degree and a passion for Chemistry brought Nigerian Oluwaseun Mesele’s application for Cardiff University’s Commonwealth Shared Scholarship to the attention of the deciding scholarship committee. Rising above nearly 60 other applicants, Mesele is enjoying this highly prestigious award, enabling him to study his chosen programme, MSc Physical Organic Chemistry.
Mesele shares his scholarship and study abroad experience with potential scholarship winners on afterschoolafrica.com.
The 2013 Commonwealth scholarship scheme is currently open for application, and prospective applicants wondering how the scholarship program works.
It would help if you know what it takes to be selected as a winner for the commonwealth scholarship; common mistakes students’ makes and how to avoid them.
Fortunately, the organizers of the commonwealth scholarship program provide a detailed feedback for unsuccessful candidates,
The first and most important step to searching for education financial opportunities is to understand how scholarships work. Overlooking this aspect may cost you more in future opportunities.
If you are overwhelmed by the process of finding and applying for scholarships and financial aid, today I want to share with you an interview with me,
As the year 2012 is just as fresh, it is the time of the year most of us set goals with hopes of achieving them through the year. Winning a scholarship in 2013 may be one of those goals you set to achieve in 2013 and there is every possibility you can achieve your goals.
You might have nursed the dream to study abroad to complete your undergraduate or postgraduate education for some time, and even more predominantly, to achieve such with financial help, in the form of scholarship(s). Why shouldn’t you? After all, you deserve it. You might also have heard from cynics that it is ‘very very’ difficult for African students to win a scholarship,