You are interested in pursuing your education in the UK. We are glad to inform you that Nyerere Postgraduate Scholarship is currently an ongoing application at the University of Edinburgh. Keep reading this article to know about the scholarship, its worth, eligibility, and application process.
The Centre of African Studies is delighted to announce Nyerere Postgraduate Scholarship for a candidate for our MSc in Africa and International Development. The Nyerere Postgraduate Scholarship provide funding for talented Tanzanian students to follow in Nyerere’s footsteps and study at the University of Edinburgh.
Through the kind support provided by a donor, the Centre of African Studies will offer a one-year postgraduate scholarship to a student house in Tanzania to study a Masters-level program in the Centre of African Studies.
The University of Edinburgh is a public research university in Edinburgh, Scotland. The university was granted a royal charter by King James VI in 1582 and officially opened in 1583, it is also one of Scotland’s four ancient universities and the sixth-oldest university in continuous operation in the English-speaking world.
The university played a very important role in Edinburgh becoming a chief intellectual center during the Scottish Enlightenment and contributed to the city being nicknamed the “Athens of the North”. The University of Edinburgh is a member of several associations of research-intensive universities, including the Coimbra Group, League of European Research Universities, Russell Group, Una Europa, and Universitas 21.
The University of Edinburgh has five main campuses in the city of Edinburgh, which include many buildings of historical and architectural significance such as those in the Old Town. The university receives more than 60,000 undergraduate applications per year, making it the second-most famous university in the UK by volume of applications.