EADB-AAI STEM Scholarship
In 2015, the Africa-America Institute (AAI), in partnership with the East African Development Bank (EADB) established a scholarship program in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to support the capacity of regional teachers in STEM fields, with the aim of enhancing local employment and the growth of national economies. The12-month scholarships provide support to experienced teachers and lecturers from EADB member countries (Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Uganda) to pursue a Masters’ degree in science, technology, engineering and mathematics at Rutgers University in New Jersey, USA.
Mwalimu Nyerere African Union Scholarship
The Mwalimu Nyerere African Union Scholarship Scheme was initiated in 2007 with the goal of increasing and retaining high caliber African human capital for sustainable development of the continent in critical development areas. The scholarship program also aims at promoting regional integration through intra-Africa mobility of students. The Scholarship enables young Africans to study in reputable African Universities with a binding agreement that beneficiaries will work in any African country for at least the same duration of scholarship period after graduation.
PASET Ph.D. Scholarships in Sub-Saharan Africa
The Partnership for skills in Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology (PASET) is an international effort launched in 2013 by the Governments of Senegal, Ethiopia and Rwanda, and facilitated by the World Bank. PASET's goal is to address systemic gaps in skills and knowledge in Sub-Saharan Africa in the fields of science, engineering, and technology. The partnership aims to build the capacity of African education and to train African institutions. PASE offers Ph.D. scholarships to selected applicants at participating institutions. Selected scholars are provided with financial assistance towards tuition, living expenses, research, and other scholarly opportunities.
Google PhD Fellowship
The Google PhD Fellowship Program supports students as they pursue a PhD degree in computer sciences or related area. The international fellowship program selects students from Africa and other areas of the world including China, Europe, Middle East, East Asia, United States, Australia, and Canada.
International paid agriculture exchange programs
For over 25 years, Communicating for Agriculture Exchange Programs (CAEP), has brought together young adults from all over the world to expose them to hands-on training in agriculture. The trainees partake in new ideas, culture, beliefs, all while learning new agriculture techniques. CAEP offers worldwide opportunites.