Nigeria

Sterling Apprenticeship Program (SAP)

The Sterling Apprenticeship Program (SAP) is designed to transform the employment market; to attract, train and retain the best talents for the industry. It is a parallel, market-fit education path, targeted at qualified secondary school graduates and young graduates. This apprenticeship program is exclusively for Nigerian Secondary School leavers and graduates like you who meet

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Scholarships For Nigerian Students

With the approaching school season, various universities and institutes are presently scouting for the best and brightest eligible undergraduate Nigerian students who possess the necessary qualifications, to receive financial assistance to pursue a Bachelor’s degree internationally or here in Nigeria. To ensure that you don’t miss out on any of these study opportunities, we have

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Global Innovation Fund

Improving lives through social innovation The Global Innovation Fund is a non-profit, impact-first investment fund headquartered in London with offices in Washington, D.C. and Nairobi. We invest in the development, rigorous testing, and scaling up of new products, services, business process, or policy reforms that are more cost-effective than current practice and targeted at improving

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Nigeria Small Grants Scheme

The International Dialogue Centre (KAICIID) funds small scale short-term initiatives in Nigeria that focus on building bridges between diverse religious, ethnic, political and regional communities. Grants are up to a maximum of 4.000 EUR. Grants must address one of the following four areas of activity: enhancing the role of interreligious dialogue (IRD) in promoting public health and

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Dorothy Marchus Senesh Fellowship for Women in Peace and Development Studies

Dorothy Marchus Senesh Fellowship for Women in Peace and Development Studies from Countries in the Global South  Announcing the Seventeenth Biennial Award 2023-2024 The International Peace Research Association Foundation The IPRA Foundation was founded in 1990 as a non-profit, tax-exempt organization. The Foundation’s purpose is to promote peace research and scholarship throughout the world. Dorothy Marchus Senesh

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UM6P AND IFA LAUNCH THE AFRICA AGTECH STARTUP SHOWCASE

Innovation is positioning African agricultural systems for a productive and sustainable future. In light of this transformation process, the International Fertilizer Association (IFA) and Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P) today launched the Africa Agtech Startup Showcase. This international contest is open to entrepreneurs offering innovative responses to the challenges facing African agriculture to showcase their

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Lelia and David Farr Scholarship (in Entrepreneurship)

Wake Forest University offers students who know that they have an interest in entrepreneurship the opportunity to participate in the Program in Innovation, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship early in their college experience. The Lelia and David Farr Scholarship is awarded every four years to a student who shows outstanding potential in entrepreneurship. This scholarship carries a

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William Louis Poteat Scholarship

Begun in 1982, the William Louis Poteat Scholarship program honors one of the university’s most prominent historical figures. William Louis Poteat, a devout Baptist, was a professor of biology, president of the college from 1905-1927, and a widely recognized champion of the freedom of inquiry. These scholarships strengthen Wake Forest’s traditional relationship with its Baptist

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John Michael Brownutt Graduate Scholarships

One or more scholarships are awarded to academically outstanding graduate Aboriginal First Nation, (Status, Non-Status, Inuit or Metis) students at the University of Victoria. Students must have demonstrated community involvement. Approval of the recipients will be made by the Faculty of Graduate Studies, Graduate Awards Committee, upon the recommendation of IACE. Applications must be submitted to fgsgradawards@uvic.ca by

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Gavin Quincy Residence Life Leadership Scholarship

One or more scholarships are awarded to academically outstanding undergraduate or graduate students who currently reside in a residence and are residence life student leaders. The scholarship recognizes a student(s) who has gone above and beyond normal expectations, contributing significantly through a body of work and/or specific outstanding achievement as a residence life student leader.

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Scholarships for international students awarded via the International Office

International students and doctoral researchers have the opportunity to apply to the International Office for a study grant. Limited funding from the State of Bavaria and the DAAD is available for this purpose. The application deadline for Winter Semester is 31 August, and for Summer Semester 28 February. All grants can be awarded for up

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Ord and Linda Anderson Interdisciplinary Graduate Scholarship

One or more scholarships of at least $10,000 each will be awarded to highly qualified students registered in an Interdisciplinary PhD Program. Approval of the recipients will be made by the Faculty of Graduate Studies Graduate Awards Committee upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Graduate Studies Interdisciplinary (INTD) Committee. Amount at least $10,000 Application

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