Top 5 Universities Offering Scholarships For International Students
The Australian National University: This is a merit-based reward that is available for students of any nationality who will be approved as full-time scholar students (Masters or Ph.D.) at the University of Manitoba. Students in all areas of graduate student research (with the different of those in the Faculty of Medication and in the Master of Business Administration (MBA) are qualified to make use of. The fellowships are priced at $18,000 for Ph.D. students or $14,000 for Master’s students for a year interval.
The Chinese University Of Hong Kong: Program to attract top quality international postgrad students to engage in a Masters degree by research or Doctoral research degree available at the University. The scholarships and grant include course educational costs annual living allowance, and health insurance coverage.
The Harvard University: The Harvard University Excellence Scholarship Programme (LExS) is open to exceptional non-EU/EEA students going after any MSc, MA and LL.M courses available at this Harvard University. The scholarships come in the form of the following: €10,000 of the educational costs, €15,000 of the educational costs, or total educational costs minus the statutory educational costs.
The Monash University: Worldwide Development Scholarships are planned to help international students in financial problems due to the fact that they are domiciled in a country that is in problems as a result of the governmental situation, war, natural catastrophe etc. The offer is available for students registered or planning to join in a full-time Master’s programs (except MBA) based at the University of Bradford. Each scholarship is valued at approximately £25,000 which includes complete educational costs fees, housing, and living costs.
The University Of Chicago: Research Scholarships are open to international students starting a Ph.D. in any field of study offered by the University. Each reward includes the difference between the academic costs for a UK/EU graduate university student and that chargeable to a different graduate university student. The rewards do not protect maintenance costs.