That is why AAI is collaborating with local institutional partners across Africa to launch the Future Leaders Legacy Fund. The Legacy Fund will provide academically motivated and under-resourced students with scholarships to study in high-performing African universities and technical colleges to earn bachelors degrees, as well as vocational and technical training certifications. The Fund will also ensure that African universities benefit by receiving increased resources to retain and educate students.
We’re also inviting educators and innovators from Africa and worldwide to join with us this September 2 in Lagos, Nigeria for the 2nd Annual State of Education in Africa conference, to highlight bold approaches to improving the quality of education at all levels.
Amini Kajunju is the President and CEO of The Africa-America Institute, a a premier U.S.-based international organization dedicated to strengthening human capacity of Africans and promoting the continent’s development through higher education and skills training, convening activities, program implementation and management.
Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV) y el Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (BID) subvencionarán una beca “Young Talent Leader” valorada en 120.000€ que permitirá a un alumno uruguayo excelente cursar sus estudios en IE University
Twenty six different Dutch higher education institutions are contributing to the OTS program for 2015. There will be 39 different scholarship schemes and 69 individual scholarships available that represent a total value of €713,250.
There are more than ten million Roma living in Europe, mostly concentrated in the Balkans and in the European Union’s newest member states ...
Indeed, its programs currently reach more than 100,000 students each year, including more than 1,600 university students who receive scholarships. ...
Together with the World Bank, we established the Roma Education Fund in 2005. The REF is ready to help national education authorities across the EU improve their performance in educating Roma children. Indeed, its programs currently reach more than 100,000 students each year, including more than 1,600 university students who receive scholarships.
...The Fund’s annual budget is only €12 million ($16.3 million)
To break the negative stereotypes, Roma children must be educated to celebrate and take pride in their Roma heritage.
The ALB Foundation, along with IE Business School, Vanderbilt University’s Owen School of Graduate Management and Thunderbird School of Global Management have united with the goal of providing a simple yet sustainable solution to promoting economic development in emerging markets with a particular focus on Sub-Saharan Africa.
The Ibrahim Scholarships are a range of programmes to support
aspiring leaders for the African continent. The scholarships reflect a
range of priorities for African development.
From a focus on the education of women in Sudan to support for
historically marginalised Nubian people in Egypt, the Foundation is
committed to showcasing the best talent from the African continent,
particularly amongst those groups who are often denied the opportunity
to contribute to their society’s development.
Investing in the future of young people in Africa is key to
improving the continent’s governance. The Foundation highlights areas in
which dramatic impact can be demonstrated when young Africans are given
the opportunities they deserve to build their own and their countries’
American University in Cairo
The Foundation provides two graduate fellowships and two full
undergraduate scholarships to students of Nubian origin, with a working
knowledge of the Nubian language, who wish to support the enrichment and
preservation of Nubian culture and heritage.
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London Business School
The Mo Ibrahim Foundation scholarship for sub-Saharan Africa
supports outstanding students on the full-time MBA programme at London
Business School. Each year one scholarship, providing full payment of
fees, is awarded to an exceptional MBA candidate from sub-Saharan Africa
with financial need.
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The Foundation provides support for Together for Sudan to sponsor
higher education for female students in all faculties, with a particular
emphasis on business studies.
University of Birmingham
The Foundation provides a scholarship for an MSc in Governance and
State-Building at the University of Birmingham. The two-year programme
includes a six month internship at the Foundation Secretariat. An
exceptional African national receives full tuition fees, a living
allowance and airfare to the UK.
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offer fellowships to women who are pursuing a full-time, part-time or executive MBA education at participating business schools. Forté Foundation Fellowships are intended to increase the number of women applying to and enrolling in MBA programs. If you would like to be considered for a fellowship, you must submit an MBA application to a participating school.