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    Victor Omotosho
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    There are a lot more interesting scholarships that offer different areas of interest and cover specific study needs when considering studying in Europe. Some scholarships cover tuition fees, accommodation charges, health care and travel expenses etc.

    Here are also few rolling

    Chevening study Scholarship: Open for international students for Masters studies in any subject

    The University of Sheffield are offering 125 International Postgraduate Taught Merit Scholarships in 2022. Open EU and International applicants. Deadline for applying is 1pm Monday 16 May 2022 UK time Click here for more

    The Global Wales Postgraduate Scholarship programme offers scholarships worth up to £10,000 – to study a full-time masters programme in Wales. Click here for more

  • Scholarships in UK

    Michael updated 1 year, 10 months ago 3 Members · 4 Replies
  • Destiney Arkaden

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    April 24, 2022 at 7:07 pm

    @victorsdesk1 how does the UK manage to sponsor so many scholarships? They don’t have the best economy in the world. It’s fascinating 🤔

    • Victor Omotosho

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      April 26, 2022 at 10:24 am

      Yes it is interesting, more scholarships are being delivered more by private institution and a few by government and other agencies in the UK. This might just be a strategy by the government to also boost the economy by encouraging private bodies in attracting international minds from every corner on the world to come and study and also indirectly build that desired economy… i believe there are number of reasons, what is your perspective?

  • Destiney Arkaden

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    April 29, 2022 at 6:41 am

    I share the same thoughts with you, but didn’t know most of the offers are coming from private institutions.

    It’s similar concept in Germany – they offer free education to international students, of which probably 40 -50% of them stay back after their studies, secure a job and then pay tax monthly – indirectly giving back to the country while strengthening their labour force.

    @Wohks can testify to this idea.

    • Michael

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      April 30, 2022 at 5:43 am

      True, and this works for the country.
      I always wonder how some countries can afford tuition-free education, not just only for their citizens, but also for foreigners.
      Do you know that Cuba offers full scholarship to study Medicine in their country?

      The most interesting part is that they don’t want you to stay and work as a medical doctor after your studies in Cuba – the country has way more than enough doctors in the country!
      I am just wondering, what is the idea behind such generosity!?

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