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Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen (ifa) CrossCulture Fellowship Programme 2020 (Fully-funded)

Deadline: November 15, 2019

Applications for the Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen (ifa) CrossCulture Fellowship Programme 2020 are now open. The CrossCulture Programme (CCP) enables professionals and committed volunteers to think outside of the cultural box! Each year around 80 fellowship recipients from host organisations in Germany or in one of the over 35 partner countries gain experience in intercultural networks.

Through occupational stays abroad, the programme enables and promotes actors from the cultural, educational, scientific, artistic and medial sectors to work together. The goal of the CrossCulture Programme is to strengthen lasting civil society networks between Germany and countries across the globe. The programme was launched in 2005 and now counts over 750 alumni to its ever-growing network.

During two to three months of practical training in host organisations in Germany or in CCP partner countries, participants deepen their expertise and acquire intercultural skills. In turn, the host organisations benefit from the expertise, regional knowledge and networks of the CCP fellows. The participants then bring their experiences gained abroad into their everyday working life when they return to their home organisation. CCP Fellowships enables professionals and committed volunteers to work in an intercultural environment for two to three months and to gather new skills.


  • ifa covers the following costs for fellowship recipients from abroad:
  • A monthly allowance of 550 Euros
  • Roundtrip airfare
  • Accommodation
  • A monthly ticket for public transport within the place of residence
  • A refund of applicable visa fees
  • Health insurance

ifa covers the following costs for scholarship recipients from Germany:

  • A monthly allowance of 1,100 Euros
  • A refund of roundtrip airfare
  • A refund of applicable visa fees
  • Health insurance

No provisions will be made for travelling with family members such as spouse or children. ifa assumes no costs or responsibility for other persons beyond the fellowship recipient.


  • Fellowships are principally awarded to people working in one of the following fields:
  • Policy and society
  • Media and culture
  • Human rights and peace
  • Sustainable development
  • The applicant must be between the ages of 23 and 45 at the time of the application.
  • Good written and spoken English skills.
  • At least two years of proven professional experience or volunteer work in a civil society organisation in the country of origin.
  • The applicant is in good health for a longer stay abroad.

Desirable Qualities

  • The applicant has been and is socially engaged for the long-term.
  • The applicant can prove full-time experience in his or her field of work.
  • A collaboration with an organisation in the target country is in progress or planned.
  • The applicant possesses other language skills, particularly, German language skills.

The following application documents are required:

  • Curriculum vitae in English with details about education/training, work experience, volunteering and other skills.
  • Letter of motivation using the Template.
  • Letter of recommendation from the applicant’s home organisation/workplace in the applicant’s country of origin, for example from a supervisor, using the Template.
  • Photo is optional.
  • For more information, see FAQ or visit ifa CrossCulture Fellowship.

An Opportunity for Journalists to Travel Mexico and Guatemala

Deadline: 12 November 2019
Under the Adelante initiative, five teams of two journalists will travel to Tapachula, Mexico and Quetzaltenango, Guatemala from March 2 to 17, 2019 . The scholars will begin their trip in Mexico City on March 2 , where they will participate in a training to work in hostile and emergency first aid environments (HEFAT) from 4 to 3 March . After the workshop, the scholars will travel to the border of Mexico and Guatemala for nine days, reporting from Tapachula, Mexico and / or Quetzaltenango, Guatemalaand its surroundings. The IWMF will determine the number of days in Tapachula or Quetzaltenango after the ten scholars are selected.

The objective of this scholarship is to generate coverage on important issues that normally do not receive sufficient attention in Mexico and Guatemala, and promote new narratives in the international media. During the trip, the scholars will have the opportunity to report as a team, work in collaboration with other journalists and access different sources and sites related to their stories. The possibility of trips outside their central location will be analyzed on a case-by-case basis and will be determined in accordance with the IWMF security protocols.

The IWMF will facilitate trips up to three hours away from the central location. The IWMF will organize the logistics for all the scholarship holders and will cover the costs related to the scholarship in the framework of the journalistic trip, such as transfers, accommodation, meals, and interpreters, unless the media of any particular journalist wishes to bear these costs . The IWMF will also cover the costs of visas, but scholars who live outside the United States are responsible for completing the paperwork to obtain the necessary visas.

Eligibility Criteria
The following criteria must be met to qualify:

  • Journalists who identify themselves as women or non-binaries of all nationalities who are affiliated with media or freelancers and with at least three years of professional experience working in information media. Internships do not count.
  • Journalists who are not native English speakers must have a good level of spoken English in order to take advantage of the training.
  • Applicants must be able to demonstrate that they have the support of unx editorx of a medium or have a recognized track record of publishing in important media.
  • The IWMF believes that gender does not fit a notion. They include all journalists who identify as women, which includes trans women and non-binary people.

Application Instructions
The journalistic journey is open to teams of two (2) journalists. Everyone must meet the eligibility criteria and submit a joint application. Group interviews are offered to the teams that are selected. The IWMF recommends that at least one journalist per couple be from Latin America and the Caribbean. Everyone must provide their personal data and work samples, in addition to submitting a declaration of interest, a work plan, a publication plan and a shared letter of support.

How to Apply

Humanitarian Innovation Challenge to Solve Problems through Digital Innovation in Africa

Deadline: 11 October 2019

The African Union, Humanitarian Affairs, Refugees and Displaced Persons Division of the Department of Political Affairs, is organizing an “Humanitarian Innovation Challenge” to identify five promising digital technology-based ideas which tackle forced displacement or other humanitarian challenges in Africa.

The challenge is part of the activities of AU’s theme of the Year 2019: The Year of Refugees, Returnees and Internally Displaced Persons: Towards Durable Solutions to Forced Displacement in Africa. The innovations are also expected to tackle other aspects of humanitarian challenges including man-made/natural disasters in Africa e.g. conflicts, famine, droughts, floods, epidemics, etc.

The top five (5) innovators will be invited to a three day-long Prototype Lab in Nairobi (Kenya) in mid-November where they will receive professional coaching/mentorship and support to bring their idea to the next level. The event will close with a pitching sessions where the individual /team with the most convincing concept will receive 20.000 EUR to develop their idea into an innovative digital product, service or tool in an intensive accelerator phase.

The accelerator phase of the project will take place in the winners’ country or region in 2020.

The five selected teams will receive the following support:

  • Invitation to a three-day Prototype Lab in Nairobi, Kenya (including flights, accommodation, visa, insurance, participation in the Prototype Lab for up to three persons per team).
  • During the Prototype Lab the teams will get support in further developing their ideas/solutions regarding business model refinement, visual prototyping, User-Centered Design, pitching and other areas. Besides, experienced coaches and experts will provide inspiring inputs and facilitate the workshop through Design Thinking methods and will help prepare the teams pitches.
  • Networking with AU representatives, experts from the Humanitarian sector and with the other participating teams
  • The team with the most convincing idea/solution (based on the final pitch to a jury at the end of the Prototype Lab) then will receive additional support through:
  • An Accelerator Programme for the development of the idea/solution into a functioning digital implementable prototype. During the (up to) three months long accelerator phase, the winning team will win support worth 20.000 EUR. This will include tailored coaching based on their specific needs from experienced coaches and consultants (e.g. IT development, data science/security, web design, business development, marketing, legal, etc.). The Accelerator Programme will take place in the geographical region of the winning team, as close as possible to where the team is based.
  • Recognition Award by the AU
  • Presentation of the idea/solution at a High-Level AU Events in 2019 and 2020

Eligibility Criteria

  • The background of the team can be non-profit or for-profit organisation, or just a group of friends
  • Each team should already have some experience in developing digital solutions and must include at least one IT specialist/developer potentially able to develop the core product
  • The members of the team must be African nationals and residents
  • The team should be available to come to Nairobi/Kenya on November 20-22nd 2019 and to develop their idea into a product, service or tool during the Accelerator Programme in the timeframe between January 2020 to March 2020

What ideas are they looking for?

  • The idea should be digital technology driven (and based on the Principles of Digital Development and be linked to the innovative use of (Big) Data and/or citizens engagement/participation
  • The idea should provide a solution for a pressing humanitarian problem related to forced displacement or man-made/natural disasters in Africa
  • It should be feasible to develop this idea into an implementable digital prototype in the timeframe between January 2020 to March 2020 – and to pilot it in a small context with real users afterwards

Selection Criteria
The five teams admitted to the Protoype Lab will be selected on the basis of their submission from an open call using the following selection criteria:

  • How relevant is the problem that the idea/solution is tackling?
  • What is the long-term potential of the idea in terms of positive impact for its beneficiaries (e.g. refugees, returnees and IDPs or others)?
  • How innovative is the idea to solve the problem?
  • How convincing are the proposed key partners?
  • How convincing is the plan for long-term sustainability?
  • How skilled and experienced is the team?
  • How well does the team/idea fit into the support the Humanitarian Innovation Challenge can offer?
  • The AU strongly encourages diversity/balance in terms of age, gender, language and geography.

How to Apply

  • Applications must be submitted at the address given on the website.
  • Eligible Countries: Algeria, Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cape Verde, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo, Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the, Cote d’Ivorie, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe
  • For more information, please visit https://au.int/en/humanitarianInnovationChallenge

3 Job Opportunities at Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority (NCAA), Wildlife Management Assistants

The Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA) was established in 1959 by Ordinance No. 413 as revised in 2002 under CAP 284. NCA is managed by Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority (NCAA) under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism.
The main functions of the NCAA are to conserve and develop the natural and cultural heritage resources, to promote tourism in the NCA and safeguard the interests of indigenous people living in the area.

The Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority (NCAA) invites applications from qualified Tanzanians to fill the following vacant positions below:-

Date Published: 04-10-2019
Application Deadline: 17-10-2019

(i) To clear NCAA boundaries.
(ii) To assist in implementation of strategies for managing endangered flora and fauna species.
(iii) To participate in carrying out animal census.
(iv) To assist in identification and management of various habitats in NCA.
(v) To participate in collecting samples of, and store plant specimens.
(vi) To participate in preparation of tree nurseries for both indigenous and exotic plant species.
(vii) To participate in restoration of plant species in NCA and adjacent areas
(viii) To cleanse firearms.
(ix) To collect/pick government trophies or antiques or forest products left unattended to secure in official custody.
(x) To participate in routine patrols and animal census.
(xi) To protect and guard the lives and properties of the residents/employees against destruction by wild animals.
(xii) To participate in cleanliness and guarding of tourist camps, entry gates and any other appointed places.
(xiii) To perform any other duties as assigned from time to time by Supervisor.

Holder of Certificate in Wildlife Management, Range Management, Forestry and beekeeping. or similar related field from a recognized institution.Read Also:

In accordance to NCAA’s salary scales.

(i) Applicants must be Tanzanian citizens of not more than 27 years of age.
(ii) Applicants must fill out ALL the necessary forms/fields available at the NCAA recruitment portal (http://recrutiment.ncaa.go.tz).
(iii) Applicants should apply on the strength of information given in this advertisement.
(iv) Applicants must attach their certified copies of certificates as required to include; Driving License for drivers, Professional certificates, form IV National Examination Certificates, and Birth Certificates.
(v) Attaching copies of form IV results slips and testimonials is strictly not accepted.
(vi) Certificates from foreign examination bodies for Ordinary level education, should be verified by the National Examination Council of Tanzania (NECTA) and National Council for Technical Education (NACTE).
(vii) Applicants employed in Public Service should route their application letters through their respective employers.
(viii) Applicants who have/were retired from Public Service for whatever reasons should not apply
(ix) Applicants should indicate three reputable referees with their reliable contacts at referees section on recruitment portal.
(x) Applicants with special needs/case (disability) are supposed/advised to indicate on Personal Details section of recruitment portal.
(xi) A signed hand written application letter should be written in either Swahili or English and addressed to:

Conservation Commissioner,
Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority,
P. O. Box 1,
Ngorongoro Crater,

(Letter should be attached at Attachment Section on NCAA recruitment portal)

(xii) Deadline for application is 17th October, 2019
(xiii) Only shortlisted candidates will be informed on dates of interview
(xiv) Women are highly encouraged to apply
(xv) Qualified applicants should attend and pass a three months paramilitary training before signing the employment contract
(xvi) Applications must be sent through Recruitment Portal by using the following link, recruitment.ncaa.go.tz and not otherwise. This address can also be accessed via NCAA website www.ncaa.go.tz Click on “Recruitment Portal”.


Agence Française de Développement (AFD) Digital Challenge 2019 (€20,000 prize)

Deadline: November 18, 2019

Applications are open for the Agence Française de Développement (AFD) Digital Challenge 2019. For the fourth consecutive year, the French Agency for Development commits alongside high impact digital actors in Africa. For this new edition, the AFD Digital Challenge wish to combine the challenge of digital transition with that of sustainable cities, in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 11 (SDG).

Challenge Description
The AFD is strongly committed to supporting sustainable cities, and, has also been involved since 2015 in supporting the digital transition of its partners. Thus, alongside the transformation of AFD into a digital lessor, a new dimension of intervention in favor of sustainable and intelligent cities is developing, built above all by multiple human energies using new technological tools.

One of the challenges of emerging and developing cities is therefore to embrace digital. As an acceleration factor for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, digital tools offer powerful opportunities for urban development. Efficiency of urban services, transparency of local administration, increased participation, attractiveness of the territory, better planning and risks prevention in the city, management of open data, all these factors making it possible to overcome the fantasy of an automated city focused on solutions to serve the general interest. As part of the Digital Challenge, AFD wants to support young entrepreneurs in Africa using digital solutions to shape the sustainable cities of tomorrow.

Creation of Quality Urban Services: The development of digital tools that focus on creating or improving sustainable and efficient public services

  • Waste collection services
  • Innovative urban transportation
  • Access to water etc.
  • Urban Planning for the Most Vulnerable: The use of digital technology to improve the knowledge of the city, facilitate the local decision making and improve the risk and disaster management.
  • Examples:

Satellite imaging

  • Participatory or community mapping
  • Participatory alert system in the context of a health or environmental disaster etc
  • Stimulation of Local Economic Development: The development of digital services that stimulates local economic activity.
  • Examples:

Urban tourism
Valorisation of an architectural or natural heritage
Agri-food sector in the city (product designations of origin, traceability, etc.)
Improving the Relationship between the Citizens and Local Authorities: Use of digital technology to improve exchanges between local authorities and citizens.

  • E-governance
  • E-government
  • Electronic Administration


  • Winner will receive €20,000;
  • International visibility;
  • A tailor-made support program “Acceleration pack”


  • Open to startups, associations, or research centers developing a digital solution that promotes the development of inclusive and sustainable cities in Africa and falls under one of the categories above.
  • They must be able to demonstrate the existence of a legal structure
  • Contribute to the development of modern, smart and sustainable cities
  • Leverage digital innovation as a development tool
  • Demonstrate the existence of a sustainable, self-sufficient business model
  • Staff members from the AFD or from any other organization taking part in the implementation of the Challenge and/or in its promotion, as well as their family members, cannot apply to the Challenge.

The online application form has two components:

  • An administrative component, concerning the Participant’s administrative and legal details (corporate name, date of creation, governance, etc.).
  • A descriptive component, concerning the qualitative details of the entrepreneurial project showcased by the Participant as part of the Challenge (corporate purpose, revenues, description of the service.s/product.s offered, etc.).

Click here to apply
For more information, visit AFD Digital Challenge.

Donald A. Wehrung International Student Award 2020/2021 to study at University of British Columbia

Deadline: December 1, 2019
Applications are open for the Donald A. Wehrung International Student Award 2020/2021. This need-and-merit-based award recognizes outstanding international undergraduate students from impoverished or war-torn areas who have achieved academic excellence under difficult circumstances, and who would be unable to attend university without financial assistance.

Your award may be renewed for up to three additional years of undergraduate study or to degree completion – whichever comes first – provided you achieve satisfactory academic standing in your faculty, continue to demonstrate financial need, and maintain your Canadian study permit (student visa).

The value of your Donald A. Wehrung International Student Award is proportional to your demonstrated financial need and sufficient to cover living expenses and tuition costs for your degree of study.


  • You must be an international student who will be studying in Canada on a Canadian study permit.
  • You must be graduating or have recently graduated from a recognized senior secondary school.
  • You must be applying for your first undergraduate degree.
  • You must meet UBC’s admission requirements, including general and degree-specific requirements and the English Language Admission Standard.
  • You must demonstrate superior academic achievement (achieve all As or equivalent standard) and leadership potential.
  • You must come from a war-torn, politically unstable, or economically disadvantaged region of the world.
  • You must have achieved academic excellence under difficult circumstances and have no financial means from family or other sources to pursue post-secondary education in your own country (because it is unavailable or unattainable) or outside your country (because it is unaffordable).


ChangeMakers Seed Grant Opportunity 2020

DEADLINE: December 31, 2019
ADD TO CALENDAR: Google Calendar

StartupXs has launched “ChangeMakers Seed Grant Opportunity 2020” for startups and social enterprises who want to change their community with their innovative business ideas.

The aim of the ChangeMakers Seed Grant Opportunity 2020 is about identifying and promoting the best early-stage business idea of innovators, startups and social enterprises.

StartupXs supports young entrepreneurs through the early stages of their company development. They believe that in this era where startup and social enterprise are using innovative approaches and tools to solve the current issues, not only in their community but globally, need resource support to sustain and one of them is finance. For this, every year Change Makers Seed Grant Opportunity will choose and award 1 (one) changemaker with a USD 1000 seed fund.


Award 1 (one) changemaker with a USD 1000 seed fund.


  • It’s an open call. Participation is open to any individual or organization in any country unless prohibited by local or the United States law.
  • Be between 18 and 35 years
  • An organization led by youth like social enterprises, for-profit companies, non-profit organizations, and researchers in any country can apply
  • Priority is given to early-stage and growth-stage startup or a social enterprise working in an innovative product or idea

You cannot apply for asking grants for:

  • shipping costs, travel costs, individual school fees, Fundraising
  • Eligible Regions: Open for All


  • All submissions must be through the online form which can be found in the Apply Now link.
  • Submission by email will not be accepted
  • Application Deadline: December 31, 2019

For Further Queries

Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program 2020/2021 at the University of Edinburgh (Fully-funded)

Deadline: November 29, 2019

Applications for the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program 2020/2021 at the University of Edinburgh are now open. The Scholars Program at the University of Edinburgh will provide postgraduate scholarships to students from Africa with great academic and leadership potential but few educational opportunities.

Ten (10) scholarships are available for the 2020/2021 academic year. On top of financial support, Scholars will participate in activities as part of the wider Scholars Program at the University of Edinburgh including work-based placements, mentorship, and other activities during the academic year.
Scholarships are available for the following postgraduate programs:

  • MSc Africa and International Development
  • MSc Environment and Development
  • MSc Global Health Policy
  • LLM Human Rights
  • MA Design for Change
  • MSc Sustainable Energy Systems
  • MSc Carbon Finance
  • MSc Entrepreneurship and Innovation

The scholarship will cover the full tuition fees and expenses for accommodation and maintenance.


  • Applicants must want to apply for one of the eligible courses listed above;
  • Applicants must qualify academically for admission to the degree of their choice;
  • Applicants must be a resident and citizen of a Sub-Saharan African country;
  • Applicants should not have completed a postgraduate degree previously;
  • Applicants must demonstrate a track record of leadership and service within their community, and;
  • Applicants are able to present economic circumstances which show they lack financial means to pursue higher education in their home country or elsewhere.


  • If the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program is the only scholarship you are interested in applying for at the University of Edinburgh, please apply for the Scholarship only. If you are also applying for other scholarships in the University of Edinburgh, please apply directly for the degree programme of your choice.
  • Click here to apply
  • For more information, visit Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program.

St. Gallen Symposium Global Essay Competition 2020 (Win prize money of CHF 20,000)

Deadline: February 1, 2020
Entries are invited for the St. Gallen Symposium Global Essay Competition 2020. Compete in this Global Essay Competition, get the chance to win the St. Gallen Wings of Excellence Award and qualify for participation as a Leader of Tomorrow in the world’s premier opportunity for intergenerational debates: The St. Gallen Symposium.

Essay Question
Freedom Revisited: Which aspects of freedom need to be defended, or recalibrated, to meet the challenges of our time?

  • Domestically and on the international stage, values of individual, economic, and political freedom are subject to critical inquiry or outright attack. Diverse phenomena such as populism, global power shifts, climate change, the digital revolution, and global migration call for a reflection on the value of freedom for the way we live, do business, and organize politically in the years ahead. While some call for a defence of established freedoms, others call for recalibration of our concept of freedom, or the balance we strike between freedom and other values, such as equality, sustainability, and security. Where do you stand in this debate? Choose one of the following positions as you develop your essay:
  • In defence of freedom: Choose an area in the realm of business, economics, politics, or civil society where current concepts of freedom are under pressure and where they need to be defended. Describe the problem and offer a concrete and practical proposition of how established concepts of freedom should – and can be – defended. Describe its impact for the future.
  • In defence of recalibrating freedom: Choose an area in the realms of business, economics, politics or civil society where current concepts of freedom are unsuitable for the challenges we face and where they need to be recalibrated. Describe the problem and offer a concrete and practical proposition of how established concepts of freedom should and can be recalibrated. Describe its impact for the future.


  • Meet 300 of the world’s brightest young minds
  • Present and debate your ideas with 600 senior leaders
  • Be inspired by some of the world’s most impressive speakers
  • Gain a unique and new perspective on this year’s topic
  • Become a member of a unique global community
  • Celebrate the 50th anniversary with St. Gallen
  • Win prize money of CHF 20,000 split amongst winners


  • Open to students enrolled in a graduate or postgraduate programme (master level or higher) in any field of study at a regular university;
  • Born in 1990 or later.

Selection Criteria
The following criteria must be met:

  • Form: Essay (max. 2,100 words, excl. bibliography & footnotes)
  • Language: English
  • Anonymity: Your name must not be mentioned anywhere in the contribution file.
  • Individuality: Individual work expected, no group work allowed. The essay must be written exclusively for this contest. The idea must be the author’s own.
  • Citation: All sources must be cited and referred to the respective part in the essay. All contributions will be tested for plagiarism.


  • Make sure you can provide the following documents:
  • Copy of passport or other identification (in English for non-Roman languages)
  • Confirmation of matriculation/enrolment from your university which proves your enrollment in a graduate/postgraduate level programme as of 1 February 2020 (download sample document here)
  • Your contribution file with no indication of your name in the file name, the file metadata or the file itself
  • Click here to apply
  • For more information, visit St. Gallen Symposium Global Essay Competition.

Waaw Foundation announces 2019-2020 STEM Scholarship for African Womens

Deadline: 15 November 2019
WAAW (Working to Advance Science and Technology Education for African Women) Foundation is seeking applications for its STEM Scholarship in order to support need based African female STEM-focused college education.
WAAW (Working to Advance Science and Technology Education for African Women) Foundation is an international non-profit organization founded in 2007. Headquartered in Lagos Nigeria with offices in Abuja Nigeria, Kigali Rwanda and Allen Texas.

What courses are accepted as STEM?

  • Accepted: Agriculture, Aircraft engineering, Architecture, Bio Medical, Biochemistry, Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Civil engineering and urbanism, Computer Science, Construction technology and management, Economics, Electronics Engineering, Engineering Agriculture, Environmental Health, Environmental Science, Food Science Technology, Genetics, Geography, Geology, Home Science Nutrition and Dietetics, Industrial Chemistry, IT, Math related fields, Natural Science, Pharmacy, Physics, Science related fields, Statistics, Technology, Zoology
  • Not Accepted: Accounting, Agriculture Economics, Anesthesiology, Arts, BA degree, Banking and Finance, Business Administration, Business Information Technology, Business Statistics, Catering/Hospitality, Commerce, Community Health, Dentistry and Dental Surgery, Developmental Studies, Diploma, Economics, Education/Teaching, Finance and Operation Research, Financial Management, Gender Studies, Graphics Design, Guidance & Counseling, Health Education, Health Information Management, Health Sciences Management, International Finance, International Relations, Journalism, Law, Library and Information Sciences, Mass Communication, Math Education, Matric, Medical Lab Science, Medicine and Surgery, N2, National Diploma, Nature Conservation, Nursing, Paramedics, Political science, Procurement, Project Management, Psychology, Physiology, Physiotherapy, Prosthetics and Orthotics, Public Administration, Public Health, Real Estate, Recreation and Leisure Management, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Secondary Studies, Secretarial Studies, Social Science, Social Science in Economics, Sociology, Supplies Chain Management, Textile Technology, Tourism and Hospitality Management, Veterinary Medicine, Welding and Fabrication Engineering, Wildlife and Ecotourism Management.

Eligibility CriteriaCriteria for eligibility includes:

  • Female students of African origin, living and studying in Africa.
  • Currently enrolled in undergraduate B.S.degree program.
  • Studying STEM related courses in a University or college in Africa.
  • Demonstrable financial need, and
  • Excellent Academic Record.
  • Below the age of 32 years.

Note: Foundation do not fund graduate (masters, MBA or Phd) programs, second or subsequent degrees, students older than 32 years, non-STEM focused courses or Diploma degrees. There are NO EXCEPTIONS to these requirements.

How to Apply