The Presidential Scholarship Program, Honduras 2020, is a robust programme unprecedented in the history of Honduras. It is one of the flagship programmes of the President of the Republic, Juan Orlando Hernández, which has a structure and defined planning in order to support the education, personal and professional development of our young Hondurans.
The Chevening Scholarships programme has a new partnership with the RSA (the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce). We have an open invitation to all Chevening Scholars to become Fellows of the RSA.
The University of Essex is home to the curious, brave and bold. We’re a university where curiosity prevails, and where exploring new ways of thinking and pushing boundaries isn’t just encouraged, it’s expected. We're a university going places with increasing numbers of students and one of the most international academic communities in the world.
The EDUCA Foundation was created by Brazilians living abroad who wanted to contribute to the development of Brazil. The Foundation's aim is to promote education and advancement of talented Brazilians, especially the less privileged ones.
Looking for a place where you can thrive within a supportive community? The University of Westminster is the place for you.
Universities Wales (Unis Wales) represents the interests of universities in Wales and is a National Council of Universities UK. Unis Wales’s membership encompasses the Vice Chancellors of all the universities in Wales.
ICAEW is a world-leading professional membership organisation that promotes, develops and supports over 150,000 chartered accountants worldwide. ICAEW was granted a Royal Charter by Queen Victoria in 1880, giving its members the right to use the designation ‘chartered accountant’. ICAEW provides qualifications and professional development, share its knowledge, insight and technical expertise, and protect the […]
The National Agency for Research and Innovation (ANII) is a Uruguayan government agency that promotes research and application of new knowledge to the productive and social reality of the country.
The John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation was established in 2005 with a mission of continuing the philanthropic legacy of the late Greek entrepreneur John S. Latsis and his dedication to societal development, with a particular focus on his homeland, Greece.
The Open Society scholarship programmes support individuals passionate about improving their knowledge and their ability to advance positive social change in their home countries.