FOR PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
- Joshua Nkomo Scholarship Fund (JNSF), a pan-African scholarship fund for academically gifted Zimbabweans to pursue their high and tertiary studies at local secondary schools and universities. The fund is run as an independent institution from Econet with its own General Manager who reports to a board of trustees. Although currently assisting Zimbabwean students only, the JNSF will ultimately be extended to other countries where Econet has operations.
Zimbabwe Scholarships FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
- Trent International Program (TIP) offers a limited number of highly competitive renewable Full and Tuition scholarships to students eligible for undergraduate admission to Trent, and who are not citizens or permanent residents of Canada. Preference is given to high school graduates although transfer students are also eligible to apply.
- $100,000 – ($25,000 x 4 years)
- Highest academic average
- Demonstrated leadership skill
- Letters of recommendation
- To renew – maintain a high academic standing (7.80 on a 9-point York scale) in each academic year at York
- Deadline: March 1
- The Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture (MEXT), Government of Japan offers a Research Student Zimbabwe Scholarship to study at Japanese Universities.
- The University is pleased to offer a range of scholarships to students from Zimbabwe who show exceptional academic potential and are starting their studies at the University of Sheffield in September
Zimbabwe Scholarships FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
- Canon Collins Trust provides postgraduate scholarships and other support for southern Africa’s future leaders. We believe this is empowering for the individuals and emancipatory for their societies. Over the past 30 years the Trust has supported over 3,000 inspirational individuals who are now making their contributions through governments, NGOs, business and universities.
- The object of this scholarship scheme is to establish – as a permanent memorial to the late Guy Clutton Brock, Hero of Zimbabwe and graduate of Magdalene College – scholarships at postgraduate level in the University of Cambridge for the benefit of students from Zimbabwe. Subject to the availability of funds, we aim to have up to two Clutton-Brock Scholars in residence at any one time for:
- a one-year graduate taught course, leading to a postgraduate qualification (usually the MPhil degree) and
- a three-year course of research, leading to the PhD degree.
- The Rhodes Zimbabwe Scholarships are postgraduate awards supporting outstanding all-round students at the University of Oxford. The Scholarships provide transformative opportunities for exceptional individuals, encouraging them to ‘fight the world’s fight’ throughout their lives, and aiming to contribute to international understanding.
- The Catholic Academic Exchange Service (KAAD) is the scholarship institution of the German Catholic Church for post-graduate students and scientists from (developing) countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Near and Middle East, as well as Eastern and Southeastern Europe. The KAAD supports his scholars in form of scholarships and educational programs and offers spiritual and personal assistance in view of future multiplying functions students will have in their home countries. This is based on cooperation with partner committees and associations of ex-scholars in those countries and it aims at setting up (scientific) networks and at contributing to a holistic development, which includes the religious and inter-religious dimensions.
Zimbabwe Scholarships FOR POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS
- The Beit Trust offers annually a small number of Scholarships abroad for postgraduate studies or research to graduates who are domiciled in Malawi, Zambia or Zimbabwe (the beneficial area). Scholarships are taken up at a university in the United Kingdom, Ireland or South Africa, for study in a subject of the individual’s choice appropriate to the needs of the beneficial area. Duration is normally for a maximum of three years at the discretion of Trustees. In addition, awards for a one-year taught Masters Degree are offered at the University of Leeds, known as the Beit-Leeds Scholarship (BL); at the University of Reading, known as the Beit-Reading Scholarship (BRG); and at Rhodes University, known as the Beit-Rhodes Scholarship (BRU).
FOR THEOLOGICAL STUDENTS
- The Crosby Scholarship Fund for Theological Education in Zimbabwe provides an opportunity for donors to make contributions to a permanent fund that will allow the United Church of Christ in Zimbabwe to grant scholarship support for students studying for the ministry. The principal of the Crosby Scholarship Fund is invested and 100 percent of the distributions from the Crosby Scholarship Fund will be disbursed to the United Church of Christ in Zimbabwe. The first priority for the use of distributions from the Crosby Scholarship Fund is to provide support for UCCZ students studying for the ministry at the United Theological College in Zimbabwe. Second priority is to use the distributions to support their ministerial students studying in other institutions of theological education in Africa.
FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT/VOCATIONAL TRAINING
- Phoenix Zimbabwe Scholarships provides a source of financial assistance for Zimbabwean exiles in the UK who wish to pursue courses of professional development or vocational training that will equip them to participate in the rebuilding the economy and institutions of Zimbabwe when circumstances allow them to return home. Phoenix Zimbabwe aims to make grants with minimum delay, particularly for some of the smaller but urgent incidental expenses associated with study, such as exam and qualification conversion fees, book funds and transport. The Phoenix Fund for Zimbabwe is a registered charity (Charity number: 1119417)