Scholarships for engineering students to study abroad
There are many engineering aspirants who go abroad for higher studies every year. The foreign education provides them with the best opportunities as compared to the engineering colleges in India. However, one major concern for the students is the finance. One best way to solve the financial issue in studying abroad is scholarships. There are a wide range of scholarships for engineering courses in various universities and countries. The major scholarships for engineering students are listed below:
Major engineering scholarships
Heinrich Boll Scholarships in Germany for International Students
The scholarship is offered to international students who study in any state recognized University or institute in Germany.
Awarding body: Heinrich BÃ¶ll Foundation
Number of scholarships: 950 (for both Germans and international students). 5/6th of the scholarships are for undergraduate and postgraduate students and 1/6th are for PhD students.
Scholarship value: â¬750 per month for Masters students and â¬1000 per month for PhD students
Ghent Scholarships in Belgium for Developing Countries
The scholarships are awarded for students who study in Ghent University.
Awarding body: University of Ghent in Belgium
Number of scholarships: 10
Scholarship value: an allowance of â¬1000 per month and the yearly tuition fee with a maximum of â¬80
These scholarships are given to international students who study undergraduate programmes in any of the Japanese universities.
Awarding body: Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (MEXT), Japanese Government
Scholarship value: 117,000 Yen/month
The IDB Scholarship Programme for Muslim Communities in Non-Member Countries
The scholarships are given to students from Muslim communities in non-member countries to study an undergraduate programme.
Awarding body:Islamic Development Bank
Scholarship value: Tuition fee and living costs
Faculty for the Future Doctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowships for Women in Science
The fellowships are given to women candidates from the developing countries to do PhD or post doctoral studies.
Awarding body: Schlumberger Foundation
Scholarship value: USD 25,000 to 50,000