The Belgian Government, in their efforts towards development cooperation, offers scholarships to Africans wishing to pursue further studies in Belgium. Belgian Universities included in the top 100 World Universities has scholarship programs for international students as well.
Belgian Government Scholarships for Africans
VLIR-UOS Training and Masters Scholarships
VLIR-UOS awards scholarships to students from selected developing countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America to pursue a Training or Master’s Programme related to development at Universities in Belgium. The scholarships cover tuition fee, accomodation, allowance, travel costs, and other program related costs.
Government of Flanders Master Mind Scholarships for International Students
The Government of Flanders launches a new scholarship program, Master Mind Scholarships that aims to promote the internationalization of the Flemish Higher Education. It awards up to 35 scholarships to outstanding Master students from all countries. The incoming student is awarded a scholarship of maximum 7.500 Euro per academic year. The Flemish Host Institution can ask the applicant for a tuition fee of maximum 100 Euro per year.
Erasmus Mundus Programmes in the Wallonia-Brussels Federation
Study grants are awarded for Erasmus Mundus Master’s degrees and doctorate degrees at Belgian Universities.
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- French Government Eiffel Excellence Scholarship Programme 2020 for Masters & PhD Study in France (Funded)
- AHRI/UCL MSc Scholarship 2020/2021 for study in University College London, UK
- Africa-UK: Female Tech Founders 2020 Programme for women entrepreneurs (Fully Funded to United Kingdom)
Belgian Universities that offer Scholarships for International Students
Science@Leuven Scholarships for International Students
The Science@Leuven Scholarship are for motivated and talented international students, interested in participating in an international master programme of the Faculty of Science of the K.U.Leuven. The amount of the scholarship can be up to 10,000 Euro for 1 year. The scholarship will always cover the tuition fee for 1 year, the insurance and a basic health insurance coverage. The amount awarded for living expenses can vary.
Ghent University Top-up Grants for Developing Countries
Ghent University provides Top-up Grants to candidates from all countries on the OESO-DAC list, who wish to obtain a master’s degree at Ghent University. The scholarship consists of an allowance of 1,000 euro per month and all-in insurance.
Liege Heritage Foundation Scholarships for International Students
Liege University offers scholarships for both EU and non EU students who wish to study a Master’s Degree or PhD Degree at the University.
Belgian Institution Scholarships for International Students
Each year, the ARES gives an average of 150 masters scholarships and 70 training scholarships through courses to nationals of developing countries. The scholarship covers international travel expenses, living allowance, tuition fees, insurance, housing allowance, etc.