It’s not easy to find funding for your Ph.D. Studies, as Ph.D. Scholarships aren’t often publicized like Masters and Bachelors scholarships, but that doesn’t mean they don’t exist. In fact, there are so many Ph.D. Scholarships especially for African students and students from other Developing countries.
In this article, we will list some of the top Ph.D. Scholarships in mathematics for African students.
The Australian national university is offering the ANU Ph.D. Tuition fee scholarships for international students with a first-class or upper second class honours bachelor’s degree or a master’s degree. This scholarship covers tuition fees.
Doctoral scholarship at massy university in New Zealand:
Doctoral scholarships are offered by the University of Massey to full-time and part-time students who are enrolled in the Doctor of Philosophy, doctor of clinical psychology, or doctor of social work in the academic year 2020-2021.
The chosen candidates will get annually a stipend of $25,000 if they are full-time students and $15,000 if they are part-time students.
The Smithsonian institution offers biodiversity genomic postdoctoral fellowships to students who have completed their Ph.D. Studies or will complete it before the program begins. Candidates will get a stipend of $50,400.
IBM Ph.D. The Fellowship award program is offered to outstanding Ph.D. Students who want to leave their mark in the field of technology. The chosen candidates will be monitored by an IBMER to collaborate together on a technology or a research project for the duration of the program.
Focus areas of the program are Artificial Intelligence (AI), blockchain, data science/Big Data/analytics, security, quantum computing, and the internet of things. The award value can go up to $60,000 for the first year and up to $35,000 for year two, depending on the country.
The university grants committee offers the Hong Kong Ph.D. Fellowship scheme for international students in China, in partnership with the Research grant council. This fellowship aims to attract the brightest students from around the world and encourage them to pursue their Ph.D. Study programs in the universities of Hong Kong.
The awardee will get a stipend of HK$ 319,200 annually (about US$40,900) and an allowance of HK$13,300 annually for the conference and research-related travels, for up to three years.
Sustainable development goals global leader program in japan:
The japan international cooperative agency’s SDGs global leader program point is to train candidates who contribute towards addressing challenges faced in different fields by strengthening the collaboration between Africa and Japan, and by implementing political strategy and decision-making. This scholarship covers tuition fees, living expenses, airfare, and some other costs.
The future Ph.D. Fellowship program for women is a funded scholarship launched in 2004 that’s dedicated to underrepresented women from developing countries and emerging countries for candidates who want to pursue their Ph.D. Studies in various STEM fields in the best research universities around the world. This fellowship covers tuition fees and living
expenses also, recipients will get a maximum of US$50,000 per year for Ph.D. And US£40,000 annually for postdoctoral, and its renewable.
Full and merit-based scholarships for international students in Azerbaijan 2020:
The western Caspian university offers a merit-based and fully-funded scholarship for international students with exceptional academic records who want to pursue bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees at the western Caspian university.
Facebook fellowship program for doctoral students worldwide:
The Facebook fellowship program aims to support and encourage doctoral students who are engaged in innovative and relevant research in fields related to engineering and computer science. This is a fully-funded scholarship.
EMBL International Ph.D. Studentships at the University of Cambridge in the UK The EMBL international Ph.D. Program was established in 1983, it’s one of the world’s most competitive Ph.D. Training schemes. It provides candidates with the best starting platform for a successful career in science. This is a fully-funded scholarship and includes tuition fees and maintenance stipend.