The Lebanese Community in Ghana has awarded scholarships to thirteen law students at the University of Ghana.
The scholarship scheme forms part of the community’s efforts to contribute to the strengthening of the rule of law in the country, and has been going on since the 2013/2014 academic year.
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 Sheikh Osman Nuhu Sharubutu Education Trust Fund (SONSETFUND), has awarded 19 needy students with a scholarship packages to enable them further their tertiary education.
SONSETFUND was set up by the National Chief Imam to complement government’s efforts at providing quality education for the deprived, marginalized in the country’s Zongo communities.