Kent University: Burnett Scholarship for African students in UK – 2024

Most brilliant students on the African Continent are unable to pursue higher education in developed countries due to lack of financial support. Most of them end up abandoning their education plans since they have no support.

There are however many scholarship opportunities for such students but it’s difficult to detect, apply and have access to continue their education.

The good news is that Africans seeking to pursue postgraduate courses in the United Kingdom for the 2024/25 academic year can apply for the DICE MSc Burnett Scholarship at the Kent University.

All beneficiary students will received fully funded scholarship to fund their education whilst in the Kent University.

All students from Africa’s KAZA region who have intentions of advancing their education abroad can apply.

Scholarship Summary

Main Scholarship Sponsor: Notsew ORM Sand Foundation

Host University: University of Kent, United Kingdom

Scholarship type: Fully Funded

Worth of Scholarship: Not Stated

Number of Beneficiaries: 6

Level of Study: Not Specified

Nationality: Africans

Eligible students of the Kent University Burnett Scholarship must have official refugee status in countries including Botswana, Angola, Zambia, Namibia, or Zimbabwe with at least two years of working experience in the conservation sector. All eligible students must possess a good undergraduate degree with a minimum of a UK2:1 or equivalent and meet all the UK Visas and Immigration procedures of Kent English Language requirements.

The scholarship covers full tuition with monthly stipend and travel expenses to and from the United Kingdom.

Interested Students can visit the Kent University for more.

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