Scholarship position for developing countries at the Sheffield university for 2011

Scholarship position for developing countries
Subject: Any subject
Awarder: this scholarship is awarded by Sheffield Hallam University.
Type of scholarship: Post graduate, undergraduate.
Description this scholarship is open to developing countries for candidates who wish to take an undergraduate or post graduate course either full time or part time.
The candidates must actually be in need for this scholarship. This is a full scholarship.
Deadline for this scholarship postion is 30th of June 2011.
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19 Comments

  1. RICHARD KWAME DUNCAN

    I REALLY WANT TO STUDY IN YOUR UNIVERSITY EARLY NEXT YEAR .I WILL BE WILLING TO RECEIVCE UPDATE NEWS

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  2. Isola Ife

    How can i apply for undergraduate scholarship

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  3. ESTHER

    it is hard to actually find a scholarship…

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  4. Orih Paul

    my name is Paul pleas i want know how to aplly for undergraduate scholarship

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  5. Temesgen

    Please I need your positive reply on this.I want to study,live,work abroad.May God Bless You.

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  6. NNANTA AMARACHI

    has this scholarship ended? Is there no room for 2012 candidates.

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  7. ezajobo Simons

    its an excellent move to uplift developing countries. Please help guide me on how i could benefit from these schemes. Thanks

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  8. mandiudza tapiwa

    why are there no undergraduate scholarships for civil engineering courses any one to help developing countries.

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  9. Meymuna Talegin

    I have get this oppotion, thanks for all!

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  10. Kamal

    Hi I m a medical doctor from Sri Lanka, How can I apply to this scholarship ?

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  11. Ivoke Richard

    what a welcome development and investment,how can i apply?

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  12. i need study in your university but due to luck of funds its very difficult,please any whose willing lend hand i will greatly be hououred

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