Check Out these top Programs for Africans in the month of July 2023

Here are 7 top programs open to Africans in the month Of July 2023. These programs include Training and workshop programs, scholarships, graduate trainee programs, and grants. Applicants must be African or of African descent.

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1. CMM Future is Female Mentorship Program for Female African Tech Founders 2023

Applications are open for the Future is Female Mentorship Program 2023, a Public Relations (PR) and communications program dedicated to the needs of African female tech founders. The program provides insights into PR, communications planning, media relations, and business storytelling, aimed to increase startup visibility and investment. Features include masterclasses, virtual sessions, media relation insights, and more. Previous editions saw a significant increase in applications and press coverage.

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2. Africa No Filter 2023 Kekere Storytellers Fund

Africa No Filter’s Kekere Storytellers Fund pays micro-grants to emerging storytellers who are already creating and publishing unique and compelling content that offers fresh and alternative perspectives of Africa, to show a continent that’s innovative, evolving, and creative.

  • Open to: Africans
  • Deadline: July 19, 2023

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3. AfDB 2023 Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA)

SEFA offers technical assistance and concessional finance instruments to remove market barriers, build a more robust pipeline of projects and improve the risk-return profile of individual investments. The Fund’s overarching goal is to contribute to universal access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy services for all in Africa, in line with the New Deal on Energy for Africa and Sustainable Development Goal 7.

  • Open to: Africans
  • Deadline: July 22, 2023

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4. University of Newcastle 2023 Africa Excellence Scholarship for Africans

The Africa Excellence Scholarship has been established to attract high-performing students to study at the University of Newcastle. This is a merit-based scholarship that recognizes applicants with a strong academic background and incentivizes them to continue striving to be the best that they can be.

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5. ABSA Global Markets Graduate Program For Graduate Africans 2024

 As Absa has evolved, so too has our Rising Eagles Graduate Programme, which is now proudly named the Gen A Grad Programme. This unique name captures a new generation of A+ achievers; those who are on their A-Game, who are proudly African. Those who are a perfect fit for Absa.

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6. Ashesi-ETH 2023-2024 Master’s Scholarship in Mechatronic Engineering for African Students

Mechatronics encompasses a range of technologies that empower a variety of daily life applications ranging from automation of household equipment through to “smart” manufacturing, self-driving cars, surgical robots and robotic space exploration. Delivered at Ashesi University by faculty from Ashesi and ETH Zurich, this Master’s Programme equips students with specialist competences and wide range of skills to pursue a career in this dynamic field. The programme was developed and is implemented as a partnership between the two universities and our seven industry partners.

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7. Mastercard Foundation 2024 Scholarship Program at the University of Cape Town

The Mastercard Foundation has partnered with the University of Cape Town (UCT) to oversee the implementation of financial, academic, social and post-graduation support to awarded candidates under the scholarship titled The Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at the University of Cape Town. The vision of the Program is to transition promising young people from beneficiaries to benefactors, preparing them with the necessary values, knowledge, skills, and leadership to fuel economic and social progress across Africa.

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