Tag: Students

Gulu University Dean of Students Interdicted • GlobeScholarships

The Gulu University Dean of Students has been interdicted. Last week Christopher Mutwale Mpora was remanded to Gulu Central Prison on allegations of theft.  Mpora was accused of theft of money, forgery and uttering a false document. It is alleged that on June 15 2020, at Centenary Bank Gulu Branch […]

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English Proficiency Entrance Scholarships for International Students at Durham College, Canada • GlobeScholarships

Students from all over the world are invited to apply for the English Proficiency Entrance Scholarships offered by Durham College. The programme aims to support students who are going to take part in the undergraduate degree programme at the college. Established in 1967, Durham College is located in the Durham Region of […]

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Influx of International Students at The Islamic University in Uganda (IUIU) • GlobeScholarships

For many years, the Islamic University in Uganda has been a home for many international students who leave their home countries in a quest for better education facilities. The university openly welcomes these students from abroad who seek further education and it has registered an increment in their numbers for […]

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Can DACA students get a loan to pay for college in the US?

February 26th, 2021 by Al C The DACA program was started in 2012 to allow undocumented children who came to the U.S. as immigrants a chance to stay and work in the country for two years. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is an immigration policy initiated by President […]

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Stress-Free Budgeting: Tips for International Students

January 28th, 2021 by Al C Yes, it can be stressful when you’re planning to study abroad. There are many perfectly understandable reasons to feel stressed or anxious. Tuition fees are high, you’ve got food costs, study materials, transportation, health insurance, and lots of other expenses.  Even the currency exchange […]

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Education loans for international students in Canada 2021

December 15th, 2020 by Al C According to The Canadian Bureau for International Education, 642,480 international students studied in Canada in 2019. This represents a 185% increase in international students in Canada since 2010. Canada is the 4th most popular destination for international students, behind the USA, the UK, and […]

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Gulu University Releases E-Learning Academic Program For Continuing Students And Freshers 2019/2020,2021/2022 • GlobeScholarships

Gulu University has officially released an academic program for all continuing students and freashers as they are resuming their studies from the COVID-19 lockdown. This was officiated By the Academic Registrar of Gulu University Dr Jerry Bagaya According to Dr Bagaya, on 16th November 2020, Gulu University applied to National Council […]

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Makerere Releases Admission Lists for Privately Sponsored Students for Bachelor of Laws 2020/21 • GlobeScholarships

The Office of the Academic Registrar, Makerere University has released admission lists for privately sponsored students for the various programmes for Bachelor of Laws for the 2020/21 Academic Year. Bachelor of Laws /Day Bachelor of Laws /Afternoon and Bachelor of Laws Executive The lists are for the Direct Entry, Mature Age Entry, Diploma/Degree Holder’s […]

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How Can International Students Get Full Scholarships?

November 6th, 2020 by Al C CAN INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS GET SCHOLARSHIPS? Many colleges and universities around the world offer scholarships for international students as part of their financial aid packages. If you’re studying outside of your home country, you should definitely see if there are scholarships for international students available […]

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University of Manchester Full Time Masters Scholarship For Ugandan Students

Application Deadline: 31st August 2020 at 5pm GMT. Offered annually? Yes Eligible Countries: Uganda To be taken at (country): UK Type: Masters Eligibility: The master’s scholarships are aimed at talented applicants, especially from disadvantaged backgrounds. To apply for a scholarship, you must: have at least two years’ relevant post-graduation work experience (this does not include unpaid […]

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King’s College Merit funding for International Students in the USA

To reward international students’ hard work and achievements, King’s College is come up with a marvellous Merit Scholarship scheme. The grant is worth $18,000 and renewable for all four years of study based on satisfactory academic performance and full-time enrollment. King’s College is a highly respected Catholic institution for higher […]

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Sir Bert Massie funding for International Students at Liverpool John Moores University in UK

If you are facing financial difficulties to pay for your college education, then now you don’t need to be upset anymore. The Liverpool John Moores University is delighted to offer its Sir Bert Massie Scholarship to international aspirants. This award supports high achieving students by providing £10,000 each year for […]

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