There are several foreign scholarships available for African students and we have listed them below.
- Africa London Nagasaki (ALN) Fund – African scientists can apply for graduate scholarships to support a master's degree in a field linked to disease prevention in Africa. Scholarship awardees have the option of studying at the Institute of Tropical Medicine in London. the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine or Nagasaki University in Japan.
- Aga Khan Foundation Scholarship Program – Graduate scholarships for African students at the master's and doctoral levels to study anywhere in the world, based on need.
- Commonwealth Distance Learning Scholarships – International scholarships for African students within the Commonwealth* to study a part-time master’s degree by distance learning from select universities in the UK and worldwide.
- The Beit Trust Scholarships – International master's degree and PhD scholarships for Students from Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe to study at a premier institution in the United Kingdom, Ireland, or South Africa. To be eligible for the Beit Trust scholarship, applicants must have been accepted into the institution.
- Wells Mountain Foundation Scholarships — Needs-based scholarships for students from developing countries (particularly African countries) to attend university in their own country or in another developing country. Candidates must intend to work and remain in their home country after graduation, and they must be enrolled in a programme of study that will either benefit the community or contribute to the country's development.
- Women Techmakers Scholars Program – Women from Africa (as well as Europe and the Middle East) are eligible for scholarships to study computer science, computer engineering, or a closely related technical discipline at any level at a university in one of the aforementioned areas.
- Rotary Peace Fellowships – Master's degree applicants can apply for fully-funded academic scholarships that cover tuition, housing, transportation, and field-study expenses. Students from any African nation are eligible to apply, and qualified candidates would be able to study at a number of premier colleges throughout the world.