Students around the world do not disagree about dreams of studying in America, Britain, or Germany, but the cost always stands before them, an obstacle that can be overcome by improving individual skills, training, and volunteering to enroll in the free scholarships announced annually.
1- Fulbright Scholarship
The Fulbright Scholarship provides an opportunity for master's and doctoral students, young professionals and artists to study at any university in the United States of America in the fields of medicine, arts, engineering, social sciences, and others.
About 4,000 students receive a Fulbright Scholarship each year with the support of Fulbright institutions and US embassies.
It provides them with tuition and travel fees, a monthly stipend for living and health insurance for the duration of the study.
The conditions for qualifying for the program and the deadlines for applying to the official site vary depending on the country, the degree you are seeking and the field of study.
And along with fixed conditions, including being resident in your country throughout the application, selection and affiliation process, and proof of your English proficiency with a TOEFL or IELTS certificate, and that the application letter is original and not transmitted, provided that the application starts between June And August 2020.
The scholarship does not require a minimum of the applicant's GPA, but you must also prepare a statement of high school diplomas or bachelors or masters and equivalent certificates, and take into account their interest in training courses, individual skills and study programs that have been passed through self-education.
2- Chevening Scholarship
Chevening Scholarships offer full funding for any Masters program in Britain for young leaders from all countries of the world.
The grant seeks to attract people with passion, ideas and influence to provide the solutions and leadership needed to create a better future.
The scholarship lasts a year driven by travel, accommodation and training fees to help them focus on achieving their professional and academic goals.
The scholarship requires applicants to obtain a bachelor's degree, and to meet the English language test requirements of a number of service providers identified by the scholarship on its official website. It also requires a minimum of practical experience of at least two years of full or part-time work or volunteering or paid and unpaid training, before, during or after graduating from college.
Scholarship applications will be closed in August 2020.
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3- The Austrian government grant
The Austrian government offers scholarships, research, and summer training courses for students, undergraduates, graduate students, PhDs, and researchers, with the program responsible for funding and disseminating research in scientific institutions. The applicant will be able to join two scholarships, such as a PhD and one scholarship to fund his research.
The scholarship will continue for one semester, one or two years, depending on the program you will be enrolled in. Studies include: natural sciences, technology sciences, health sciences, agricultural sciences, social sciences, humanities and language.
The scholarship provides students with health insurance, housing rent, and tuition fees from one to nine months only. General conditions for the scholarship include your very good knowledge of English or German, with a letter of recommendation, a Bachelor's, Diploma, Masters or Doctorate degree.
4- German Scholarship (DAAD)
It is a scholarship for masters and doctorate degrees in Germany, and is open to students from all over the world to study at the best German universities. This scholarship finances all the costs of studying, health insurance, and in certain circumstances it may cover housing expenses.
The scholarship seeks to train the admitted to communicate with international institutions, play a role in the sustainable development of their countries, and solve the problems of poverty and hunger, by studying in: economic sciences, law, agricultural sciences, art, music, engineering sciences, humanities and social sciences, language studies, mathematics, science Natural, medicine, and health sciences.
The language of study varies from English to German in the scholarship according to the chosen program, and you must provide a certificate of proficiency in the language required in your program, the scholarship also requires a certificate of professional experience of at least two years, and demonstrate your enthusiasm and your ability to assume social responsibility and initiate processes of change in your profession and your country after training . The application link will open between August and October 2020.
5- New Zealand Scholarship (NZAID)
New Zealand offers scholarships for undergraduate, master's and doctoral students from developing countries to study abroad, at an educational institution, at a university in New Zealand, or at a university in the Pacific.
Besides studying, the scholarship helps students gain skills and experience working in the fields of agriculture, commerce, renewable energy, education, and political science. This is provided that the applicant is a student registered in his country in this field, or works in a position related to one of the fields.
The grant application link will be closed in March 2020, and the applicant from the Arab world must be a citizen of: Tunisia, Palestine, Morocco, Algeria, Djibouti, and Mauritania. Full proficiency in English is not required, because the scholarship program includes language improvement.
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6- The Aga Khan Foundation Scholarship
The Aga Khan International Development Network offers these grants to all majors every year for graduate students from developing countries, and this year from the Arab world, it targets only students from Syria and Egypt.
For masters students, the scholarship covers 50% of the study and living costs only, while it does not cover travel costs, but for doctoral programs, the scholarship covers the first two years of study, and in both cases there is an opportunity to provide financial assistance to students who are unable.
The application for the scholarship starts from January to March 31, 2020, by filling out the application forms available at the offices of the Aga Khan Foundation or the boards of the Aga Khan Foundation for Educational Services in your country.