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The LifeNets Developing Nations Scholarship Program features three of our bright students from Zambia and Zimbabwe studying to be a doctor, a social worker and a school teacher. ALL OF GOD'S CHILDREN from Lansing, Michigan provided $4000 towards the two Zambia scholarships for which we are very grateful. The testimonials were videoed on Victor Kubik's trip to Zambia and Zimbabwe in January 2013.
http://www.intohigher.com/uea We caught up with Rutendo Munetsi, a student from Zimbabwe. Rutendo is working towards a career in pharmacy by studying on the International Foundation pathway in Pharmacy, Biomedicine and Health at INTO University of East Anglia. This was all made possible for Rutendo with an International Foundation scholarship from INTO. Start your STEM career with INTO: http://intohigher.com/STEM There are four scholarships available for students who apply for the International Foundation science pathways at INTO University of East Anglia, to the value of 100% of the International Foundation course fees! For more information, including how to apply, please visit http://www.intohigher.com/uea/scholarships. Watch more videos from INTO UEA: http://www.youtube.com/playl...
To apply this scholarship visit https://eng.si.se/scholarship/the-swedish-institute-study-scholarships/ Deadline: 16 Jan/10 Feb 2017 Study in: Sweden Course starts August 2017 Scholarship description: The Swedish Institute Study Scholarships (SISS) are awarded to students from selected countries for full-time master’s level studies in Sweden starting in the Autumn semester 2017. Host Universities/Institutions: Swedish Higher Education Institutions and Swedish Universities Level/Field(s) of study: Check the list of eligible master programmes for the academic year 2017-2018. Number of Scholarships: An estimated 335 scholarships will be available. Target group: Students from SISS-eligible countries: Category 1: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Burkina-Faso, Cambodia, the Democratic Repub...
We asked Yale Young Global Scholars alumni to produce videos of their reflections on the program. This video was produced by Phyllis Mugadza from Zimbabwe, who participated in the Technology, Innovation, & Entrepreneurship session in 2016. Visit globalscholars.yale.edu for more information!
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In this video, you will hear student testimonials from the 2015 Yale Young African Scholars Program (YYAS), which was held in Rwanda and Zimbabwe. YYAS, an official program of Yale University, is free to attend and is open to students on the African continent. Yale Young African Scholars is proud to partner with the Higherlife Foundation, an African philanthropic organization that empowers African children through education. For program information: africanscholars.yale.edu Post Production by GEM Be Brilliant. www.GEM-advertising.com
On January 19th, the eve of Donald Trump's inauguration, six Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Trust scholars from around the world debated how we should respond to Donald Trump's America. Moderated by Sir Trevor McDonald, the discussion brought together viewpoints from different countries, academic disciplines and approaches to democracy, creating a memorable and exciting debate. The speakers were as follows. For the Proposition: Manuel Melendez Sanchez (El Salvador) Aban Haq (Pakistan) Ilan Manor (Israel) For the Opposition: Abhijay Negi (India) Payaswini Tailor (India) Ugo Ezeh (Nigeria) Chair: Sir Trevor McDonald Moderator: Atherton Mutombwera (Zimbabwe)
We caught up with some students at the #YYASZIM16 and they had this to say about their expectations of the programme.
Professor Levi Nyagura, Vice Chancellor at the University of Zimbabwe, takes some time to speak with us about the challenges that students face in completing their tertiary education. In 2012, The African Dream Benefit launched it's first university scholarships through the Project 50Five campaign. These first scholarship were awarded to students studying medicine, and assist financially disadvantaged students by providing full tuition, full board, books and an allowance. To learn more about Project 50Five or to donate visit www.theafricandream.org.au/project50five Interviewee: Professor Levi Nyagura (Vice Chancellor of the University of Zimbabwe) Music: composed by James Newton
A tribute to Tonderai Chavhanga. Join Rugbyfor1ife on Facebook @ www.facebook.com/rugbyfor1ife Tonderai Chavhanga (born 24 December 1983 in Masvingo, Zimbabwe) is a South African rugby union player. Chavhanga has played for the national team, the Springboks, being capped once in 2005. He played for the Stormers in the international Super 14 competition. Tonderai Chavhanga left Cape Town in 2010 after he signed a two-year contract with the Lions in September 2009. Chavhanga made his international debut for the Springboks as a 21 year old on 11 June 2005 on the right wing, in a home game against Uruguay at the Basil Kenyon Stadium in East London. The Springboks notched up a large victory, winning 134 points to three. Chavhanga scored six tries in the match and now holds the South African...