These Learn Africa Scholarships allow selected students to complete their university studies in our country and then invest what they have learned in the acquisition of their communities, thus contributing to the advancement of African societies.
The Learn Africa Scholarships 2020 is mainly funded by the participating universities, all of which are members of the Conference of Rectors of Spanish Universities (CRUE). They cover round-trips and tuition fees, accommodation, food, and health insurance.
About the Sponsor: Women for Africa Foundation
The Women for Africa Foundation is a private entity founded in 2012 by the former vice president of the Government of Spain, María Teresa Fernández de la Vega, with the aim of contributing to the development of Africa through her women.
Since then, the Foundation has launched a dozen projects in the areas of education, economic development, health, knowledge, and empowerment of women.
Following the success of previous programs, the Women for Africa Foundation launches the third public edition of the African University Scholarship Program, Learn Africa, which has helped hundreds of students in Spanish universities.
This Learn Africa Scholarships program, funded by the Women for Africa Foundation, aims to promote the transfer of knowledge, exchange, and training of African Ph.D. students through scholarships to Spanish universities working on this initiative.
Level/Field of study
If you are an international student and want to study in Europe, check out the list of Scholarships to study in Europe.
You can utilize these scholarship opportunities to solve most of your academics problems. Check out other scholarships you can apply for in 2020 to study in Europe, Asia, America, etc.
Aside from this opportunity, there are other Africa scholarships available to students to study abroad. You can check our scholarship by country to access all scholarships available.
Learn Africa Scholarship Worth
- The scholarship includes a return ticket to the student’s home country, university fees, health insurance, accommodation, and meals.
- The additional costs of opening a bank account, city transportation, and pocket money are not guaranteed.
- Tasks: At the end of the fellowship, they undertake to return to their place of residence and to report on their personal and academic experience on the basis of the Women for Africa Foundation, so that an evaluation of the results is possible and where appropriate, changes to the program.
Similarly, the Foundation and the Spanish target colleges may fully or partially use the content of the report written by the fellows after their stay in Spain on their website or in some of their publications.
In this case, the Women for Africa Foundation can name the author or authors of this content.