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We have compiled a list of opportunities available to Africans in the month of March. These Opportunities include scholarships and fellowships.
These scholarship opportunities each have a specific deadline and the host Universities or Sponsors retain the right to close these opportunities before the deadline So this is the best time to apply is now. To get more of these collections, visit our Opportunity Archive or subscribe here
1. African Coding Network Scholarships for Young Africans 2022
Applications are opened for young Africans to apply for the African Coding Network Scholarships 2022. The scholarship will lead to the award of a professional certificate in partnership with Grow with Google and Facebook (Meta) Blueprint.
2. University of Oslo Full Scholarship Awards, 2022
The University of Oslo is pleased to support the education of bright and high performing students through its Full Scholarship Awards. The study program is open to all students who wish to acquire a higher degree in Norway. Interested students from across the globe are welcome to apply for the academic session 2021/2022.
3. Mastercard Foundation 2022/2023 Online Learning Scholarships at the University of Edinburgh
Applications are invited from graduates or soon to be graduate for the 2022/23 Online Learning Scholarships of the Mastercard Foundation at the University of Edinburgh.
The Scholars Program at the University of Edinburgh will provide postgraduate online scholarships to students from Africa with great academic and leadership potential but few educational opportunities.
4. AFRIKA KOMMT! Fellowship for Africans 2022-2024
Applications now open for the AFRIKA KOMMT! Fellowship for Africans. The AFRIKA KOMMT! fellowship programme provides an unparalleled opportunity to young, talented African professionals for a one-year career and life transformational experience.
5. United Nations ITU Call for Applications 2022: Become a Generation Connect Youth Envoy for Africa
The Generation Connect – Africa Youth Group (GC-AFR) aims at providing a unique participative process for youth to contribute to the work of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in the African region. It is established within the framework of the “Generation Connect” global initiative.
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