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The 2016 Cardiff University Tuition Fee Scholarships  is being offered by the Cardiff University. This is a MSc Program Merit Based Scholarship and students are eligible from International Students to apply for the same.

The deadline for application is 27 July 2016. Visit for full details

Source: Scholarships Times

kakenya-ntaiya1kakenya-ntaiya.kakenya-ntaiya hTBT: KakenyaNtaiya was set to follow the traditional path of girls born in the small village of Enoosaen, Kenya. Engaged at the age of 5, she was to participate in the traditional Maasai rite as a young teenager and then be married.

Kakenya made a deal with her father, She would undergo the traditional rite if he would let her go to high school.. …when she was accepted to Randolph-Macon Women’s College in Virginia, she negotiated with her village elders to do what no girl had ever done before, leave her village to go to college in the US.

Deeply proud of her heritage and of her community, Ntaiya returned to the village after school and worked with her elders to establish a school for girls there. It’s the educational journey that has altered the destiny of many young women. In 2009 the KakenyaCenterforExcellence was established by Kakenya they have A primary grade boarding school just for girls, the curriculum focuses on academics, leadership and female empowerment, along with cultural preservation and life skills. Ntaiya also works with donors to provide scholarships for others.

“Be the first, because people will follow you. Be bold. Stand up. Be fearless – Kakenya
Watch Kakenya Ntaiya on TEDx

What an inspiration!

Credit: Kakenya Ntaiya/CNN Heros

The Bank of England Black/African-Caribbean scholarship programme has awarded scholarships to 3 students from Greater London.

scholarship programme BOEThey will each receive up to £30,000 of funding whilst at university, two paid summer internships as well as other skills training and support. Over 3,700 applications were received, from which twelve were shortlisted.

The standard of these candidates was so high that all have been offered paid summer internships and two have been given bursaries of £1000 a year towards the cost of their studies… Click here to find our more about the once in your life time opportunity!

A huge congrats to all three! Well done! So inspiring!

Credit: Bank of England

Old Mutual Ghana has signed a partnership with Ashesi University College to provide approximately GHC 300,000 in scholarship and providing  job opportunities to students at Ashesi…. The scholarship opportunity will be available to juniors and seniors at Ashesi who demonstrate academic excellence, and will run from 2015 to 2017.

Old Mutual Ghana has signed a partnership with Ashesi University College

Old Mutual has been operating in Ghana since 2013, and is part of the Old Mutual Group which provides life assurance, asset management, banking and general insurance to customers in Africa, the Americas, Asia and Europe. The partnership represents Old Mutual’s commitment to developing more social investment initiatives, with a core area being Skills and Capacity Building.

“We are pleased to be able to collaborate with Old Mutual,” “This is another great example of a university-industry partnership that focuses both on supporting Ashesi’s mission to educate exceptional leaders, while also allowing students to gain practical skills to create value and growth within Ghana and Africa.” Director of Admissions and Financial Aid at Ashesi. 

For details  please visit the corporate website at or

 More about Ashesi University here


graca-machel-scholarshipCanon Collins Trust invites applications for the Graça Machel scholarships for women, for postgraduate study in South Africa in 2015. Funding will be provided for up to a maximum of one year for Honours, two years for Masters and three years for PhD.

Continued funding will depend on satisfactory progress and academic reports. The scholarship covers full tuition fees, a stipend towards living costs, and a travel allowance.

To apply for a scholarship under this programme you must be:

A national of and normally resident in one of the SADC countries: Angola, Botswana, DRC, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe
In possession of a good first degree (minimum second class, upper division or equivalent) or about to graduate in the year of application. Studying or applying to study at a South African university.

Apply here.

Deadline: July 28 2014

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Don Felder, a wealthy African American businessman, has paid to build and equip schools in rural areas of Ghana.  He’s given some students scholarships to attend those schools and funded water and other projects throughout the West African country. Much of that work has gone unnoticed by the general public, but his generosity has had a significant impact on the lives of those he’s helped.  There’s Mary Sassa, a tall, soft-spoken woman, who’s about to complete a Master’s degree in human resources next July. Sassa, 28, grew up in the remote town of Obodan, where getting a high school diploma was an unusual accomplishment for a girl, let alone an advanced degree. “I’ve not seen any girl who has achieved where I am now. None have graduated from college,” Sassa said. “Some of them are willing to climb higher, but the money is a problem.” Read more here.