Which countries give scholarships to international students?

Many countries offer scholarships to international students to study at their universities. Some of the countries known for providing scholarships to international students include:

  1. United States: Through programs like Fulbright scholarships, government-funded scholarships, and university-specific scholarships.
  2. United Kingdom: Offers Chevening Scholarships, Commonwealth Scholarships, and various university scholarships.
  3. Canada: Offers scholarships through the Canadian government, institutions, and various other organizations.
  4. Australia: Offers Australia Awards Scholarships, Endeavour Scholarships, and scholarships from individual universities.
  5. Germany: Offers DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) scholarships and scholarships from individual universities.
  6. France: Offers scholarships through the French government, such as Eiffel Excellence Scholarships, as well as scholarships from universities.
  7. Netherlands: Offers scholarships through the Dutch government, such as the Holland Scholarship, as well as scholarships from universities.
  8. Sweden: Offers scholarships through the Swedish Institute, various universities, and other organizations.
  9. New Zealand: Offers scholarships through the New Zealand government and universities.
  10. China: Offers scholarships through the Chinese government (CSC Scholarships) and universities.
  11. Japan: Offers scholarships through the Japanese government (MEXT Scholarships) and universities.
  12. South Korea: Offers scholarships through the Korean government (Korean Government Scholarship Program) and universities.
  13. Norway: Offers scholarships through the Norwegian government and universities.
  14. Switzerland: Offers scholarships through the Swiss government and universities.
  15. Belgium: Offers scholarships through the Belgian government (VLIR-UOS Scholarships) and universities.

These are just some examples, and many other countries also offer scholarships to international students. It’s advisable to research specific programs and eligibility criteria for each country and institution.

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