Masters Degree Scholarships for Women

Finding the money to afford to go to college can be a difficult task, especially when pursuing a master’s degree. For women with these educational goals, going to school can result in graduating with a staggering amount of debt. Fortunately, scholarships exist that are designed to help these women succeed in their goals and advance their education without having to worry as much about the cost.

Scholarships for Women Majoring in a Traditionally Male-Dominated Field

Many scholarships exist to assist in fulfilling the educational goals of women who intend to go into a certain field, typically a traditionally male-dominated one. These scholarships aim to encourage women to go into careers that are not traditionally held by women and achieve advancement for women in these fields.

Microsoft Research Graduate Women’s Scholarship

The Microsoft Research Graduate Women’s Scholarship is designed to support women in the second year of their graduate studies who are majoring in computer science, electrical engineering, or mathematics. To receive this award, students must apply in the first year of their graduate studies.

The aim of this scholarship program is to increase the number of women who pursue a doctoral degree. The student who is awarded this scholarship will receive $15,000 to be used for the costs of her education and a further $2,000 to cover the expense of attending a professional conference in her field of study. The recipient will be awarded for one academic year, during which she must be enrolled full-time in a graduate program.

Applicants for the program must be full-time students enrolled in a graduate program at a university in the United States or Canada. The applicant must be nominated for this scholarship by their university. Universities may nominate a maximum of three students per department. Further details and application information can be found at research.microsoft.com.

Chrysalis Scholarship

The Chrysalis Scholarship is funded by the Association for Women Geoscientists and is intended to help women who have had their educations interrupted by raising children or other circumstances in their lives and need funding to complete their graduate degrees in geoscience.

Recipients are awarded up to $2,000. Unlike many scholarships, the award money can be used not only for traditional education expenses, but also for expenses such as child-care, travel, and research.

Applicants must demonstrate their academic achievements as well as the potential to contribute to the field of geoscience and obtain a letter of recommendation from their thesis advisor and a scientist of their choice. More details on the application process for this scholarship can be found at www.awg.org.

Society of Women Engineers Scholarship Program

The SWE Scholarship Program is funded by the Society of Women Engineers and provides monetary assistance to women pursuing graduate degrees in engineering, engineering technology, or computer science. Award amounts range from $1,000 to $10,000.

These scholarships are available to students in any year of their degree program. This scholarship program also offers special awards to help women who have had interruptions in their education continue pursuing their degrees and enter the workforce in the field of engineering. Students can apply for these scholarships at scholarships.swe.org.

Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship

The Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship is provided by Zonta International. The scholarship is intended to help women succeed in business and is awarded to women pursuing undergraduate or master’s degrees in business management.

The goal of the program is for female business students around the world to break through the gender barrier that exists in the field of business. Award amounts range from $1,000 to $5,000 and can be used for tuition, books, or living expenses.

Any female business student is eligible, except for members and employees of Zonta International. Applicants must be nominated by their local Zonta club. More information on this scholarship can be found at www.zonta.org.

Holly A. Cornell Scholarship

The Holly A. Cornell Scholarship is awarded annually by the AWWA and sponsored by CH2M Hill. The award is a one-time grant of $7,000 and is intended to help female or minority graduate students who are pursuing a degree in water supply and treatment. CH2M Hill will also pay for the travel expenses of the recipient of this award so that they may attend the annual AWWA conference where the awards are presented.

The Holly A. Cornell Scholarship is one of many scholarships provided by the AWWA. Other scholarships from this organization, while not gender-specific, are also worthwhile to be informed about for those who seek a career in water supply and treatment.

Information and application details for the Holly A. Cornell Scholarship and all other scholarships offered by the AWWA can be found at www.awwa.org.

AWG Foundation Penelope Hanshaw Scholarship

The Penelope Hanshaw Scholarship is a $500 scholarship that is awarded annually by the AWG Foundation. This scholarship is for women who are pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in geoscience. Applicants for this award must be enrolled full-time at a college or university in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, or West Virginia.

To receive this award, the student is required to have a grade-point average of at least 3.0 and demonstrate their potential in the geoscience community. The student must also be nominated by a geoscience professor or geoscience department chairperson and present a letter of recommendation from geoscience employers or faculty. Application details for this scholarship can be found at www.awg.org.

ACM-W Scholarships

The ACM-W Scholarships for Attendance at Research Conferences are offered by ACM-W with the support of Wipro Technologies. These scholarships are for women who are pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in computer science or a related field who need financial assistance in order to attend research conferences.

Twenty scholarships are awarded every year. Ten scholarships of up to $600 are awarded to those who wish to travel to conferences in the United States and Canada, while the other ten are scholarships of up to $1,200 and are awarded to students who wish to travel to conferences outside of North America. A letter of recommendation from the applicant’s advisor, chair, or dean is strongly recommended.

More information and application forms for this scholarship can be found at acm-w.acm.org.

Scholarships for Minority Women

It sometimes seems as if the odds are doubly stacked against minority women trying to get into careers not traditionally pursued by women. However, for minority women who need funding to achieve their goal of a graduate degree, there are many options to choose from.

AAUW Selected Professions Fellowship

The AAUW Selected Professions Fellowship is offered by the American Association of University Women and focuses on helping minority women enrolled in graduate programs in business administration, law, and medicine pay for their education. Fellowships in architecture, engineering, computer science, and mathematics are also available.

Scholarships awarded for business administration majors can only be used in the second year of the student’s graduate degree, while the law scholarships can only be used in the student’s third year of study and the medical scholarships can be used in the third or fourth year of study.

Awards offered by this program range from $5,000 to $18,000. Applicants must be minority women graduate students enrolled full-time at a college or university in the United States. More information on these scholarships can be found at www.aauw.org.

William Rucker Greenwood Scholarship

The William Rucker Greenwood Scholarship is given out every year by the Potomac Chapter of the Association of Women Geoscientists and aims to support minority women studying geoscience. The amount awarded to recipients of this scholarship is $1,000. This program aims to help minority women who intend to advance the status of minorities and women in the field of geoscience.

Applicants must be minority women enrolled full-time in an undergraduate or graduate program at a college or university in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, or West Virginia. The student must be nominated by a geoscience professor or geoscience department chairperson and submit a letter of recommendation from a geoscience employer or faculty member. Application details can be found at www.awg.org.

National Physical Science Consortium Fellowship

The National Physical Science Consortium Fellowship is a program offered by the NPSC which provides financial support to minority women studying astronomy, chemistry, geoscience, physics, and engineering at the graduate level. This scholarship awards $16,000.

Students applying for this program must have at least a 3.0 grade point average and be enrolled in a graduate program in one of the physical sciences at an NPSC member institution. Applicants must not have any previously earned doctorate degrees. More information on this scholarship can be found at www.npsc.org.

Judith McManus Price Scholarship

The Judith McManus Price Scholarship is funded by the American Planning Association and offers financial assistance to minority women who are pursuing graduate degrees in urban planning and demonstrate financial need. Award amounts range from $2,000 to $4,000.

A student applying for this scholarship must be a woman of African-American, Hispanic American, or Native American descent who is enrolled full-time in an undergraduate or graduate program in planning at a Planning Accreditation Board-approved college or university and intends to use their degree to work as an urban planner in the public sector.

Applicants must be United States citizens. Application information for this award can be found at www.planning.org.

AT&T Labs Research Fellowship

The AT&T Labs Research Fellowship is an exciting opportunity offered by AT&T that aims to help minority groups that are underrepresented in technological fields to break through those barriers and succeed in their chosen career.

Students selected for this program receive a full-tuition scholarship, including expenses for books, fees, and approved travel. Recipients also get a monthly stipend for living expenses, money to conduct research, travel expenses for one approved scientific conference per year, and opportunities for paid summer internships with AT&T.

Participants in the program are paired with an AT&T researcher who will mentor them and work with them on projects that will teach them how to apply their knowledge to their future careers.

Students planning on applying for this program must be women of African-American, Hispanic, or Native American descent who are enrolled in or planning to enroll in a graduate program majoring in computer science, mathematics, statistics, electrical engineering, operations research, systems engineering, or industrial engineering. Applicants must also be citizens or permanent residents of the United States. More information about this fellowship can be found at research.att.com.

Other Scholarships

For women who do not meet the requirements for any of the above scholarships, or for women who do and want to explore even more opportunities, there are plenty of options. Scholarships exist for just about every group of people and every field of study.

ELA Foundation Scholarship

The ELA Foundation Scholarship is sponsored by the Ethel Louise Armstrong Foundation and offers scholarships to female graduate students who have physical disabilities. Awards for recipients of this scholarship come in varying amounts.

To apply for this scholarship, the student must be a women with a physical disability who is currently enrolled in a graduate program. Applicants must also be current members of the American Association of People with Disabilities. Details and application information can be found at www.ela.org.

National Pathfinder Scholarship

The National Pathfinder Scholarship is awarded by the National Federation of Republican Women and is intended to get more women involved in the political process. Scholarships of $2,500 each are awarded to three students every year. Undergraduate sophomores, juniors, and seniors are eligible for this scholarship as well as graduate students.

It is not required to be a member of the National Federation of Republican Women to qualify for this award. Applicants must demonstrate leadership abilities, contributions to the community, and academic achievement. Application information can be found at www.nfrw.org.

College Art Association Professional Development Fellowship

The College Art Association offers the Professional Development Fellowship, which provides financial support to artists and art historians pursuing graduate degrees. Awards are in the amount of $5,000.

The awards are intended to facilitate the transition between the completion of the student’s degree program and the start of their career, and can be used for anything from helping in their search for a job to purchasing new materials for their studio. Recipients of this scholarship also get a free membership to the CAA for one year and a free registration to their annual conference.

Students who apply for this scholarship must be women in the second-to-last year of their graduate program who are citizens or permanent residents of the United States and demonstrate outstanding artistic ability and a unique contribution to the visual arts. More information on this scholarship can be found at www.collegeart.org.

National Women’s Studies Association Graduate Scholarship

The National Women’s Studies Association Graduate Scholarship is a program that is offered by the National Women’s Studies Association and is awarded to female graduate students writing their master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation in women’s studies. The award is for $1,000 and can be used by the student to pay for tuition or cover research expenses.

To qualify for this scholarship, the student must be a student member of the NWSA and demonstrate that their research advances the aims of the National Women’s Studies Association. More information on this scholarship can be found at www.nwsa.org.

Fellowship on Women and Public Policy

The Fellowship on Women and Public Policy is available to female students of any major and encourages more women to get involved in advocacy and public policy. The recipient is awarded $9,000 to cover tuition expenses. The program also provides the recipient with the opportunity to be involved workshops and conferences to facilitate learning and growth.

Students involved in this fellowship have access to the Network Mentoring Program and the opportunity for health insurance through the fellowship. Applicants must be women who are enrolled full-time at Rockefeller College and have completed 12 graduate credits. An application form for this fellowship can be found at www.albany.edu/womeningov.

For women who need help paying for graduate school, help is out there. These are just a few of the scholarships that female graduate students can qualify for. Every year, scholarships are more plentiful and easier to find than ever before. Because of this, the keys to a higher education for everyone can be just a few clicks away.

75 Comments

  • Reply nthusi July 20, 2012 at 2:12 pm

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    • Reply Anne Bachmann April 4, 2013 at 2:06 am

      I finished my Bachelors Degree two years ago at age 56 and would like to pursue my Masters Degree. I will be 61 when I finish. My education was delayed because I became a widow and needed to raise my daughter. Because there wasn’t and still aren’t grants/scholarships available for widows, I am in debt from taking out loans for undergraduate. Probably the reason there isn’t money available is that most women don’t lose their husbands in their 40’s. I’m in search for grants or scholarships for a non-minority woman for a Masters degree in Special Education. Thank you.

      • Reply Colleen Rabago May 24, 2013 at 2:08 am

        I read your inquiry, and I’m curious what response you got, if any. I, too, am a widowed Mother of 4 and had to quit my MBA program when my husband died in a car accident. I am 51 and eager to pursue an MBA again, but can not afford the cost of the program. Thank you for your feedback.

        • Reply Juli Gessesse June 13, 2013 at 6:07 am

          I am a 55 year old widow who is attending a post-bac certificate progam in Addictions Studies. I am having to take loans out for this one year course. I would like to pursue an MSW or Master’s in Counseling, but I don’t know if I want to go into more debt at this age.

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    I am a single mother with no family help. I am currently enrolled in Lindsey Wilson College for the Masters program for Counseling and Education with a emphasis on Mental Health. I grew up in poverty and was abused in every way. I achieved my Bachelor degree and want to go on to get my masters to be able to better help others. I got enough loans to cover tuition but I am sharing a classmates books and I desperately need help. I have two children and I want them to know the value of education. Please let me know what options I have.

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    I am an independent female pursuing a Professional Science Masters degree in Environmental Analysis and Decision Making with a focus on sustainability and management. I would greatly appreciate any assistance in finding scholarships, grants, or fellowships available for this area of study. I have not been successful in my search thus far.

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    I am looking to go into a Master’s degree in education. I am from Puerto Rico and have no family in Kansas. I work two jobs. I am looking for financial assistance to go back to school. What should i do?

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  • Reply Anna Felix May 9, 2013 at 5:43 pm

    Iam an African woman from South Sudan, i am a widow with 4 children, a graduate with a Bsc. in Animal Production, because of the 21 years civil war and my responsiplities twards my family i could not move farther with my study, now i am 54 years old but want to enrolled in a master study on food security strategies in the livestock sector, in the University of Juba in South Sudan, as i can not ravel outside the country due to my social situation, there for i am looking for a financial to enable me continue my study near my family here in Juba, so please help me to find such a chance.

  • Reply Benita Brown May 21, 2013 at 5:50 am

    I’m a 50 year old unemployed, African American divorced mother of one teenage son. I’m also a breast cancer survivor (10 years and counting). I was diagnosed at the age of 40, I had an aggressive form of breast cancer and had to undergo chemotherapy, multiple surgeries (including a lumpectomy), and radiation treatment. During that time my then husband served me with divorce papers. After losing my job, my son and I moved in with my mother (in her elderly one bedroom apt).

    At age 43 I decided to go back to school to get my bachelors degree. In 2010 I graduated from Cambridge College with my BA in multidisciplinary studies, while caring for my son and my mother(she passed away in Feb. 2010). After losing 3 family members in within 6 months of each other, I went back to school in 2011 to pursue my masters degree. I’m currently in my masters program at Lesley University; Community Arts and Education, with a major in theatre studies, I will be graduating in May of 2014.

    Although I’m currently unemployed, I’m using this time to do my internship this summer. In 2 years, my son will be graduating from high school and attending college.

    At that point I will have to begin paying for all my student loans from college, and I cannot afford to pay for all these loans on my own. I’m looking for foundation/organization that will help someone like me.

    If you have any information on scholarships/grants for my particular situation, could you please let me know. Thank you and God Bless.

    Sincerely,
    Benita Brown

  • Reply Kim Jackson May 30, 2013 at 11:25 pm

    I am an African American female age 55; my name is Ms Kim Jackson. Currently I am enrolled at Alvernia University in Phila PA. I have been attending Alvernia University since May 2011. as a part-time student, My major is Behavior Health, and my current GPA is at 3.8. My goal is to complete my undergraduate degree in 2014. However, I will need addition money to complete my last four classes. I am unable to pay the enormous fee, and I can’t afford to borrow money from a bank, Therefore, I will need scholarship funds to help with paying these classes. I hope that someone will acknowledge my desperate plea.

    Also I like to express that I work full-time and have raised three children. Having said that, i decided to return back to school to obtain my BA degree, after I obtained this degree I intend to further my education, and work toward my Master’s Degree.

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  • Reply Carolyne J June 26, 2013 at 9:42 am

    kindly looking for a scholarship, currently pursuing a course on maternal and neonatal health.

  • Reply Maggie Zecher June 28, 2013 at 12:16 am

    I am 48 hispanic. Please provide me with scholarship information. I would like to do my master in counseling psychology.

  • Reply Deb Lincoln June 28, 2013 at 2:23 am

    I am 56 years old, 5 years ago, I had a 9th grade education, I must say how blessed I feel to have found my way to a new education.

    I am in a Master’s program for Mental Health Counseling. I was working my butt off because I knew I could do this, I have been sick with liver issues and I am struggling as of today. I don’t want to stop school but if I can’t get work that can work around my sickness and my practicum I might have to pull out or I could pitch a tent but that would be hard to study without the luxury of electricity.

    I want to give back in a way that may empower woman in our world, and my counseling and coaching skills will allow that to happen. I used to volunteer in a woman’s prison for 6 years and I still get calls from a few of the girls I have helped, giving back, yeah that’s important.

  • Reply rita torni July 15, 2013 at 8:15 pm

    i am a first degree holder in environment and resource management and wish to do my master’s in environmental engineering in natural resources. please i need assistance.

  • Reply Jamie July 17, 2013 at 6:30 am

    i would like to acquire more information, i want to do a masters in petroleum management, i have a bachelors in petroleum geoscience and production

  • Reply Aimee B. Finkelstein July 26, 2013 at 10:10 pm

    I have been a teacher for the past 12 years. I love teaching, but due to budget cuts and interventions by the wrong people, teaching has become a very unfriendly profession. Many teachers have to work two jobs just to make ends meet. We don’t get money for supplies. It’s time to change professions.
    I was recently accepted to a law school that costs $45,000 a year; I was given a $9,000 scholarship and I really need help to realize this dream.

    I also have an MBA and graduated Magna Cum Laude. Please, please help me in any way you can. After 12 years of just barely getting by I have no money for law school. I want to be a lawyer and work with juveniles.
    My contact information is 520 250-3072.
    Thank you for your consideration,
    Aimee B. Finkelstein

  • Reply Martha August 8, 2013 at 8:16 pm

    I am trying to find scholarships that help me to do my Master degree in Social Work.

    I am 40 years old hispanic lady

  • Reply esther dunamis August 9, 2013 at 10:52 am

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    I should be glad if my request were treated with utmost attention.
    Thank you so much for what you aredoing

  • Reply Misbah Iram August 23, 2013 at 8:40 pm

    I have a degree of bcs (honours)
    bachelor in computer science from punjab university and college of Information Technology(PUCIT) Lahore, Pakistan. I want to apply in master’s degree. My CGPA is 2.50.

  • Reply dickson August 29, 2013 at 4:10 am

    please provide me with information about scholarship in masters in education

  • Reply Mary reeves September 1, 2013 at 1:11 am

    I am an African woman age 60 and I’m not ready to be put out to pasture yet. I would like to finish my my master’s degree in counseling. I am from AL where there is a rate of young deaths 3-4 times weekly in one of our city. The homicide rate is already 37 for this year thus far, 32 in 2012, 31 in 2011 and 25 in 2010.These are mostly young folks. I believe that I would have an impact (old school teaching) to some of these young folks buy giving them some good moral,concrete values. I currently work for Mental Health and a batterer’s intervention program, trying to help end the violence, and part of a prison ministry for young ladies. My former job for thirteen and a half years was working for the population of people that was mentally challenge. I am not through yet. Someone please consider me for a scholarship so that I will be able to live out my dream of being a service to the human race.

  • Reply mulu hailu September 14, 2013 at 12:40 pm

    Thanks for giving this chance.I have a degree of bsc in electrical engineering & I want to apply in masters degree.Thanks for your corporation.

  • Reply oyuru susan October 2, 2013 at 11:08 am

    I am a women of 27 years old, I get my first degree two years ago and wanting to pursue masters in public health could you please send for me more information on how to get scholarship for masters in public health.

  • Reply Joyce P. Mtenga October 13, 2013 at 2:37 pm

    Iam a Tanzania woman aged 44. I kindly requsting full scholorship in Masters in education planning and and administration.(adult learning) Now, i finalizing my degree in education arts.
    please help me and get the information.

  • Reply Kilatu Tatu November 13, 2013 at 8:24 am

    I am doing Master of Chemistry, please provide me information of getting research funds

  • Reply Tangie W November 19, 2013 at 2:00 am

    I am a 41 year old widow. I am looking for scholarships and grants to help me pursue a Masters in Counseling. Thank you for any information you can provide.

  • Reply Rosemary Mambala November 28, 2013 at 7:13 pm

    I am 42 years got a degree in arts from the Moi university kenya.A Kenyan married with three beautiful children 9, 6 and 2yrs.I enrolled for masters in human resource management at the open university of Tanzania but have not completed the course for financial reasons as our is a young family and with a single income,my husbands, who is a pastor.I have been admitted alongside my husband at Providence theological college Canada in 2014 August for his masters and trying to get a scholarship.My course commences in september 2014. I desire to keep the pace and further my studies in Canada in . I really need the boost

  • Reply Egbe Maggie-Lowells Ebot January 5, 2014 at 8:38 pm

    Please, I am a major in Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Buea, Cameroon. I wish to study something related to gender and communication. Since I saw nothing on this in the a fore mentioned scholarships, I wish to ask: What do I do in in a case like this? Do you have any options for me? I will be very grate at your reply. Thanks.

  • Reply Rinnah Hamaga January 7, 2014 at 11:13 pm

    I am doing masters in Education Leadership at Divan Ward university in Papua NewGuinea

  • Reply monicah muthoni January 18, 2014 at 1:43 pm

    am a student taking bachelor of education science a combination of biology and chemistry.my desire is to pursue a master in vertebrate zoology but my main challenge is fees even for my undergraduate has been a struggle .how can i get a scholarship for my master.please reply

  • Reply pamela enos March 28, 2014 at 9:02 am

    am 40yrs old and looking for a masters scholarship in public health

  • Reply Kay Caufield March 30, 2014 at 11:43 pm

    I have been trying to find money to complete my post grad in advanced practice nurse practitioner. I have used all my savings, retirement, everything trying to stay in school and support my blind sister. I have been unsuccessful. I have borrowed all I can so that is no longer and option. I need the rest of this semester due to clinical requirements and my final semester summer 2014 for tuition, clinical requirements, travel to campus requirements, books and the nursing review courses I have to take when I finish in August 2014. I will not be able to finish without some funds. Please help,! I have applied for scholarships, grants without success.

  • Reply lelise April 1, 2014 at 1:12 pm

    hi there , my name is lelise i am graduated from one of the most known
    university of Ethiopia “Gonder university ” in nursing. and currently am working in Gonder universty hospital in surgery department as scrub nurse fore about 4 years . i want to get further education (master degree) in nursing . as if am living in developing country i don’t have the finance to cover the fee. so please tell me the way i can fulfill my dream in order to get free scholarship. Thank you so much for what you are doing.
    HELPFUL.

  • Reply Swati April 11, 2014 at 10:07 am

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I am a residence of India, and completed my Bachelors in Technology in I.T field. and i want to pursue my MS in IT in USA for which i do not have financial back up so if you could help m in getting this information and detail of scholarship which will help me to get education in USA.
    Awaiting for your prompt responds.

    Thanks & Regards
    Swati.

  • Reply Janice May 1, 2014 at 6:40 am

    Do you know of scholarships for former long-term family care givers?

    I was one and I seek an opportunity to combine my life experience and skills in a full-time role. I would like to acquire a graduate degree.

    Both of my parents are now deceased, Both had complex medical histories. My father was a decorated WWII Ex-POW and my mother was a 2X cancer survivor with a very rare case non-inherited dementia. The journey is worthy of a book and/or the development of a special fund.

  • Reply Tamara May 8, 2014 at 4:57 pm

    Hi–I am currently enrolled in a Master’s (M.A.) program for Multimedia & Web Design. I have been taking out student loans to pay tuition. Are there any scholarships/grants, etc. available for this type of degree?
    Thank you.

  • Reply Elizabeth May 27, 2014 at 7:05 am

    I am a 43 year old African woman looking for a scholarship to study a Master of Science in Human Resources Management.

    Regards

  • Reply Milkah Murugi June 13, 2014 at 10:21 pm

    I am a kenyan student studying masters degree in in Indianan university Robert H Mc Kinney school of law.i am remaining with the fall semester between august until December 2014. Kindly provide me with scholarship for remaining tuition and living expenses

  • Reply Catrina Mulenga July 11, 2014 at 3:47 pm

    I am 40 years and a widow. I want to pursue masters program in MED and i have been accepted at the university of Leicester and Bath Spa. I need about twenty thousand pounds. Please assist me with any organisation that can offer me a scholarship.

    Thank you.
    Catrina

  • Reply Agrippine Mukankusi July 18, 2014 at 10:47 am

    Dear sir/Madam ! I am a residence of Rwanda in Africa, and completed my Bachelors in Management at Catholic Institute of Kabgayi/Muhanga /Rwanda.

    T field. and i want to continue my Masters Study in Management or Business Management or Administation. I thank everybody who give a value to women. I am married with one child. information and detail of scholarship which will help me to get education in any country in USA,Europe, Ausralia or South Africa.

    Regards!!
    Awaiting for your prompt res

  • Reply Mildred July 22, 2014 at 3:02 pm

    Am an African single mother aged 43 looking for scholarship in masters in International Business and Management.I have an offer for this program.

  • Reply Mildred July 23, 2014 at 7:51 am

    Am an African Lady aged 43 years looking for scholarship,i have an offer of masters in International Business and Management from the UK university.I will appreciate the help you will lender to me,furthering my studies.This will make me to be an empowered woman able to contribute to the economical value of my nation.

  • Reply Lizibo C Tadubana July 24, 2014 at 7:24 am

    hello.i just want clarity,My name is Lizibo Tadubana,i live in Botswana,i have a degree in Education Computer studies and i am interested in doing a Masters Degree in Computer Science.Cant i be sponsored if i am not currently enrolled in any school?

  • Reply zainab ramadhan July 25, 2014 at 6:37 am

    Am Kenyan woman aged 32yrs masters students in a Kenyan University, undertaking a course in Education Communication Technology. I have difficulties with paying my fees and at the same time bringing up my children.I will be grateful for your assistance.

    Regards.

  • Reply angeline M. August 4, 2014 at 6:09 am

    I am a Kenyan lady aged 36. I completed a diploma course in water technology and now am pursuing a degree course on development studies which am completing in December 2014. I want to do my masters in water resources management. Please advice how I can get search and financial assistance

  • Reply Subina Maka August 20, 2014 at 9:00 am

    I am a girl of 23yr old.Though I can do better in my study, I am not being able to manage fund for my master degree. I need a schoolership for the further study after my graduation in Business study. Wating for reply if I can get support.

  • Reply L Tokioka August 25, 2014 at 8:00 pm

    I am interested at 57 at completing my arts education in sculpture. All locations internationally of interest. all suggestions or help appreciated.

  • Reply Yamikani pedegu September 16, 2014 at 7:56 am

    im 26 years old and i did my first degree at malawi adventist university which is affliated to university of Eastern Africa Baraton Kenya.im looking for a scholarship to further my education,looking forward to your response

  • Reply wala October 18, 2014 at 10:06 pm

    i am wala zaki , dentist with 2 year experience , looking for scholar ship to continue my master degree in pediatric dentistry

  • Reply jacqueline November 26, 2014 at 4:50 am

    I am Jacqueline Jonatha 28 yrs old holding a bachelor in law I request to have a scholarship to pursue my master degree

  • Reply Gloria January 19, 2015 at 10:05 am

    Am a holder of Diploma and Bachelor of science in all accounting option, a UGANDAN citizen, female aged 31. I haven’t gotten long term job opportunities in my field of studies but I managed to save a little money for masters degree which may only finish the first year, second year and dissertation may be a big challenge for me. This is why, am looking for half sponsorship opportunities before I start my studies this academic year which is starting in Aug 2015 in Makerere university business school Arua campus. I have applied for Master of business administration( project planning management and implementation option). Am kindly requesting for sponsorship opportunity. Looking forward to your positive reply. May God richly bless you .

  • Reply Jilda February 17, 2015 at 11:30 am

    AM A MOTHER OF TWO KIDS. AGE 32. A TEACHER LOOKING FOR MASTER’S SCHOLARSHIP IN EDUCATIONAL PLANNING AND ADMINISTRATION OR ANY DEPARTMENT IN EDUCATION. MY TEACHING SUBJECT ARE ENGLISH AND LITERATURE. I HAVE BIG HOPE TO TEACH IN ONE OF THE UNIVERSITIES IN SOUTH SUDAN IF GIVEN ANY CHANCE, THERE ARE LIMITTED FAMELE TEACHERS IN SOUTH SUDAN MORE ESPEACILLY IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE. AS SUCH AM LOOKING INTO HOW I CAN FILL IN THAT BIG GAP. READY FOR SCHOLARSHIP IN ANY PART OF THE WORLD.

  • Reply Yeshi Abdisa March 17, 2015 at 12:58 pm

    I am 40 and Nurse; Ethiopian woman, Now I am finalizing my masters degree and I am doing to comp lite the partial fulfillment paper of MSc. Public Health and want your support of research fund to complete my Masters Degree and want to continue my Doctoral level research. So; I kindly requesting currently urgent financial aid for my Masters level, please help me and get the information.

    With Regards;

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