Twenty Ghanaian students from Universities across the country have been granted prestigious scholarships under the Erasmus+ programme for the year 2017. They will pursue courses at both Master and Doctoral level in European Universities.
Research Advocacy Channel (RAC), an international non-governmental organisation that is into research and advocacy, is offering scholarship into cutting edge universities, financial package, internships in reputable organisations, travel packages, smart phones, certificate for participation, laptops and many more prizes.
The government of the Russian Federation, through the State Atomic Energy Corporation (ROSATOM), is offering 10 Scholarship positions in Nuclear Science Programmes to Ghanaian students.
Eight (8) positions are in Bachelor Degrees and two (2) in Masters.
The Asogli Education Fund has given financial support to 100 students in the Ho Municipal area for their education in various academic institutions.
Some 200 African students will benefit from the chance to study at a leading university, thanks to a new package of scholarships.
Eight top Chinese universities led by the Wenzhou University have agreed to collaborate with the Ghana Embassy in Beijing and Study in China Admission systems (SICAS) to offer 1,000 slots for Ghanaian students annually.
Applications are invited for the One World 2016 Student Essay Contest for the 2016 entry. The United Nations Academic Impact One World, Many Languages Essay Contest is open to students 18 years and older enrolled in a full-time course at university.
The Government of Ghana has secured 50 full scholarship for Ghanaian students willing to study in Hungary for their Undergraduate, Masters and Doctoral studies.
The Deputy Minister of Education in charge of Tertiary Education, Hon. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa signed the Education Cooperation Agreement on behalf of government in Budapest, the Hungarian capital which guarantees at least 50 Ghanaian students to study in Hungary each year.