INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS FOR NEPALESE STUDENTS NOW
Though the talks of an international education brings joy, hope and excitement, the barriers between your overseas education dreams and the reality of affording it, could be the high course fee & the long-drawn admission process.
Hundreds of top universities abroad provide international scholarships for Nepalese students with attractive study abroad scholarship options and there's plenty of options out there. We’ll guide you through the process and provide you with just the support you need. Having a scholarship will not only benefit you financially but also add significant value to your resume.
Most of the international scholarships for Nepalese students include a substantial bulk payment, subsidies in education, and living allowances framed by the respective government, to make the life of students more comfortable. These scholarships for international students are granted to students based on the marks obtained by them in their last year of high school (for a bachelor’s admission) and in their bachelor’s degree (for master’s admission).
- Chevening Scholarship
These are fully-funded scholarships awarded by the UK government to Indian students with outstanding academic records.
- GREAT Scholarship
Awarded by the UK Government for pursuing master’s degree in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, Ghana, Mexico, Thailand, etc. This scholarship is worth £10,000 for one year.
- Felix Scholarship
This scholarship is for outstanding students pursuing master’s degree in University of Oxford, University of Reading and School of Oriental and African Studies at University of London. The scholarship provides 100% of the course fees.
- Inlaks Scholarship
Provides £72,000 for pursuing masters degrees at top universities in UK, Europe or America. To be eligible, you must be a resident of India for at least 6 months before applying and have 65-70% in previous degree.
- British Council Scholarship for Women in STEM
This scholarship is provided by the British Council to females who are citizens of India and have a STEM background.