Don't Miss It: Scholarships


1 Qatar University, Doha, Qatar (Undergraduate)

Closing: April 12

> Qatar University offers the International Student Scholarship and the Talent Scholarship for non-Qatari students.

> For both scholarships, recipients will be exempted from tuition and textbook fees, and will receive a monthly salary, as well as student housing, travel and living allowances.

> The Talent Scholarship is targeted at international students gifted in the fields of scientific research, technology and innovation, literature and art, media and athletics. Applicants for this scholarship are selected on a merit basis.

> Applicants for the Talent Scholarship must provide a minimum of two recommendation letters from entities relevant to the area of talent to support the application, and a portfolio with a video presenting their talents and recent achievements in the chosen field.

Details: www.qu.edu.qa/students/admission/scholarships

2 Mohamed bin Zayed University of Artificial Intelligence (MBZUAI), Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE) (Postgraduate)

Closing: April 30

> MBZUAI offers full scholarships that cover 100% of its tuition fees, on-campus student accommodation, health insurance, UAE visa sponsorships and monthly stipends.

> The scholarships also allow students to apply for credit transfers from their previous universities, subject to terms and conditions.

Details: mbzuai.ac.ae/study/admission-process/

3 Khazar University, Baku, Azerbaijan (Undergraduate & Postgraduate)

Closing: June 15

> Applicants won’t need to apply for the merit-based scholarships but must be enrolled in one of the programmes at the university to be eligible.

> Khazar University will notify eligible applicants through the offer of an admissions letter.

Details: international.khazar.org/international-scholarship-program/

4 Study in Kazakhstan (Undergraduate & Postgraduate)

Closing: June 30 > Scholarships for bachelor, master’s and PhD programmes are available for international students who have successfully enrolled in universities in the Republic of Kazakhstan.

> The scholarships cover all tuition fees and monthly allowances. Travel, accommodation, visa and medical expenses are not included.

> One of the required documents that applicants need to provide is a motivational essay in either the Kazakh, Russian or English language.

Details: studyinkazakhstan.edu.kz/en/edu/scholarship

5 Sultan Qaboos University (SQU), Muscat, Oman (Postgraduate)

> SQU offers a total of 120 PhD and master’s scholarships (with either full or partial tuition fee exemption) opportunities.

> To be eligible, students must have been accepted for a full-time postgraduate programme at the university.

Details: www.squ.edu.om/ps/en-us/Scholarships-and-Sponsorship

6 Al Qasimia University, Sharjah, UAE (Undergraduate)

> Open to all international students.

> Scholarships cover monthly stipends, health insurance, accommodation, on-campus transportation, allowances for flight tickets and visa expenses.

​> Scholars must complete the Intensive Arabic Language Programme within a maximum period of one academic year to retain the scholarship.

Details: alqasimia.ac.ae/en/AdmissionRegistration/Pages/TuitionScholarships.aspx

7 Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (Undergraduate)

> The Saudi Arabia government offers university scholarships for non-Saudi female students aged 17 to 25 to study bachelor’s and diploma programmes at the Arabic Language Teaching Institute for Non-Arabic Speakers at the Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University.

> The scholarships cover healthcare and various allowances including for travel, books, meals, visas and resident permits.

> Applicants need at least two personal recommendations to be submitted with the application.

Details: pnu.edu.sa/en/Pages/Scholarships.aspx

Follow us on our official WhatsApp channel for breaking news alerts and key updates!
   

Next In Education

On track to further success
Special talents shine at school sports awards
Scholarship fund
‘You need knowledge to be content creators’
Scientific fraud on the rise
When being positive is toxic
Learning through conflict resolution
‘Teachers must go back to basics’
Grooming good kids
Orang Asli school teacher rises to the occasion

Others Also Read