A Strategic Approach to Scholarships. Making the Best Use of the Opportunities Available. Dr John Kirkland Deputy Secretary General (Development). A Changing Environment - from a donor perspective.
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Making the Best Use of the Opportunities Available
Dr John Kirkland
Deputy Secretary General (Development)
“Twelve years ago 30,000 post-graduate students came to the UK from outside the EU. Since then that number has gone up by 160 per cent. British universities actively market themselves, and many offer their own scholarships. So we need to focus on the value-added from the FCO’s scholarship schemes. This value-added is the creation of relationships between the United Kingdom and the international leaders of the future.”
UK Foreign Secretary, David Milliband
13 March 2008
Will we need fewer scholarships?
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Do African Universities want scholarships to:
Methods may vary according to donor requirement, but . . .
Can the number or value of scholarships be increased by
How can institutional objectives best be developed
What help is needed? What barriers exist?
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