British Council Ghana and Coventry University offers scholarships for Ghanaian students to pursue undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD programme.

Brief Description: In collaboration with the British Council Ghana, Coventry University is proud to introduce a range of scholarships at Undergraduate, Postgraduate and PhD levels to support and fuel the ambition of enterprising Ghanaians who would want to make a positive impact on the economy of Ghana.

Coventry University is a modern, forward thinking, enterprising University based in the city of Coventry in the heart of England just under one hour away from central London. The University has achieved Modern University of the Year in the UK for the past three years and has risen through the University league tables in recent years to its current position of No.15 in the Guardian University League table 2016. Coventry was also named University of Year of 2016 at The Times Higher Education Awards.

Eligibility: To be eligible for the scholarship applicant must

  • Hold an offer for any course at Coventry University
  • Be a Ghanaian and resident in Ghana at the time of application
  • Show proof of ability to meet living and accommodation expenses whilst in the UK for the study.
  • Not be a current student of Coventry University.

Study Program: Scholarships are available for pursuing undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD programme.

Study Major: Scholarships are awarded to study all the subjects offered by the university.

National/International Students: Students from Ghana can apply for these scholarships.

How to apply: Complete the scholarship application form and submit it to the University via email. The scholarship procedure is separate from admission application and University needs all the following documents to consider their application:

  • Completed scholarship application form.
  • A copy of offer letter from Coventry University.

Application Form

Application Deadline: The application deadline is 21st August 2016.

For more details visit the official site