Scholarships for Ethiopian Students
Secondary School, Undergraduate and Graduate International Students
Ethiopia Scholarships – FOR PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
- 12 girls who are AIDS orphans will receive support and scholarships for higher education. They are among more than 600 children who have lost their parents to HIV/AIDS and who are receiving community-based care and support through an Ethiopian NGO called Hope for Children. The 12 girls receiving Batonga scholarships for post-secondary school education will receive support for tuition, school supplies and mentoring.
- Adult Non Formal Education Association Ethiopia (ANFEAE) is a local NGOs which gives equal importance to the out-of-school children and adult literacy. Currently, it is reaching 4000 out-of-school children and 1500 adults with basic education and literacy in 30 ABE centers. ANFEAE works with 140 AGSP recipients in the Benishagul and Gambela regions.
- Supports young people pursuing vocational training such as carpentry, tailoring, mechanics, masonry, etc. The goal of the program is to alleviate poverty by empowering youth and equipping them with the necessary skills to compete in the job market, reduce unemployment, and support their families.
Ethiopia Scholarships – FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
- recipients shall be known as Advancing Africa Scholars;
- recipients will be asked to sign a pledge to return to full-time residency in Africa for a period of at least two years upon completion of undergraduate studies Brown or, if they have an opportunity to continue their studies, to return upon completion of a graduate degree;
- during their undergraduate studies at Brown, recipients shall be entitled to two return trips paid through the Fund;
- upon their return to Africa, recipients will be given an appropriate monthly stipend for two years to ensure a higher standard of living and to ease their transition. If the resident shall cease to be a full-time resident of Africa within the two year period, this stipend will terminate.
- Aster Zewde Memorial Scholarship Fund
- The scholarship fund was specifically set up to support and encourage academically accomplished female students in the Faculty of Language Studies of AAU by providing a monthly stipend. After a thorough vetting by a committee established for this purpose, applicants’ achievements and potential were assessed from whence the first five recipients were selected.
- Emperor Haile Selassie Memorial Association Scholarship
- The scholarship fund is gathered through the Association from various charitable organizations and individuals from around the world. It is designed to support students’ academic efforts and instill in them a sense of service to their country and community upon embarking on a career.
Japanese Ministry of Education – Monbukagakusho
- MEXT (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology) offers scholarships to international students who wish to study at Japanese universities as undergraduate students or as research students under the Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship Program.
- Only those who with ETHIOPIAN NATIONALITY may apply through the Embassy of Japan in Ethiopia.
- International Scholarship Program for Africa (4). VALUE: $100,000 ($25,000 x 4 years). Must be citizen of an African country. To renew — maintain high academic standing (7.8 on a 9-point York scale) in each academic year at York
Ethiopia Scholarships – FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
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- Our higher education institutions are small enough to operate functionally and effectively. They are all internationally oriented with special regional features, and you can choose between very different study environments ranging from larger urban campuses to close-to-nature campuses.
- For an international student Finland is both an exotic and a safe target country. Finnish society is credible: a networked and transparent open civic society, where education is always a top first priority.
- offers you a unique student experience and Norwegian institutions of higher education welcome applications sent by qualified students from all over the world.
- Internationalization is a priority within all sectors of the Norwegian education system, and universities and university colleges are constantly working to facilitate for international students. Nearly 12 000 foreign nationals are currently enrolled at Norwegian institutions of higher education. International students may apply for admission to a variety of undergraduate and graduate degree program. You may come to Norway as student through established exchange program, institutional agreements, or as a so called “free mover”, where you arrange the stay by yourself (type of study, length and financing).
- are targeted at highly qualified students from 12 developing countries with which Sweden conducts long-term development cooperation.
- Scholarships will be awarded for studies in Sweden mainly on second cycle (Master’s level) from autumn 2011.
- Scholarships will cover both living costs and tuition fees.
- A few scholarships will be awarded for studies at first cycle (undergraduate) level.