Congratulations on your ambition to pursue a master’s degree abroad! While it can be difficult and competitive to obtain a fully-funded scholarship, there are dozens of options that may be available for you.
One of the first places to start is by researching scholarships specifically tailored towards African students. For example, the African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD) offers Master’s Fellowships for African women who want to advance their agricultural research capacity at an eligible university in Africa. The MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program also provides full funding, including tuition and living expenses, for up to two years for undergraduate studies at one of its partner universities across Africa.
Other organizations like the Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens provide various grants that fund postgraduate studies abroad as part of their remit. Additionally, many countries have specific programs offering financial support or tuition fees waivers/reductions designed specifically with international students like you in mind – so make sure you look into what your home country has on offer too!
It’s always worth reaching out directly to potential universities and departments – some institutions will have their own financial aid programs or even private donors they work with who can help cover tuition costs or other expenses related to studying abroad. It never hurts to ask – if none are immediately known then simply keep asking around until you find someone willing and able to assist in obtaining funding! Good luck on your search and best wishes for your future endeavors!
I have been searching for a fully funded scholarship but I am unable to get one, I’m an Assistant forestry Engineer from the university of Dschang (Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Agronomy) of Cameroon. I need a master’s degree scholarship to study abroad. I need your aid Please