It sounds like you’re looking for ways to fund the remaining balance of your Master’s degree in Environmental Science. Fortunately, there are a variety of scholarships and other forms of financial aid available for students such as yourself.
The first thing you should do is look into the various scholarships that may be available exclusively to students from Malawi. There are many organizations and foundations around the world dedicated to helping Malawian graduates pursue their education and fulfill their dreams. These scholarships can range from full tuition coverage to partial coverage, depending on your financial situation and individual merits. Doing some research online or talking with an academic advisor at your institution could help give you more information about what options might be best suited for your needs.
You should also look into other forms of financial assistance such as grants, loans, bursaries, or awards available through international programs where international students can study abroad at discounted rates or no cost at all depending on eligibility criteria met by recipients. The government of Malawi may even offer special funds for those studying abroad who meet certain conditions like having demonstrated exceptional academic achievement or coming from a low-income background among others. It would be beneficial to contact the government department responsible for these types of programs directly in order to see what opportunities are open to you specifically.
Finally, if it is feasible considering costs associated with travel expenses etc., one promising avenue would be applying for global fellowships which cover all related fees including travel expenses and tuition costs associated with a postgraduate degree program abroad as well as provide a generous stipend enough cover living costs while pursuing studies—allowing talented individuals like yourself the opportunity access quality higher education regardless of geographic origin or economic background without needing large amounts upfront payment that otherwise could prove too expensive . It would certainly pay off doing thorough research in this area especially if it turns out that there are any applicable openings currently accepting applications in order have possibility access them before they close off submission period.
What sort of scholarship should I access? I have completed a Masterms Degree programme in Environmental Science. Its cost is $10300. Within this, there was a partial scholarship of $3100. I had to shoulder $7200. I have managed to pay $2536. I have remained with $4664 to pay back. How can I access the funds?
I stay in Malawi, southern Africa. To attend graduation it is estimated $15000 including gurdians, accomodation and graduation fees.