278 Phd Scholarships to Study in Jamaica


Find University Scholarships and Student Aid in Jamaica

Wondering how to get a college scholarship for your phd studies in Jamaica? We provide an extensive list of scholarship opportunities for universities in Jamaica, including the best national and international scholarships, fellowships, college and university grants, free scholarships, federal funding, and other forms of student financial aid.

You can apply for university scholarships in Jamaica including funding for high school seniors, financial aid for college students, graduate school scholarships, postgraduate scholarships, and more, all available in our extensive scholarship database.

Find the right scholarship in Jamaica, for a wide variety of academic degrees, including business and management scholarships, engineering scholarships, law school or medical school scholarships, as well as sports, arts, or music scholarships to help pay for your studies abroad.

Scholarships for Your phd Studies in Jamaica

Find a detailed list of scholarships for postgraduate programmes, financial aid for PhDs, student fellowships, doctorate grants, and more. Pick a scholarship for your PhD and apply to partially or completely cover your tuition fees for universities, business schools, law schools, medical schools, research institutes, and more.

Check what disciplines, subjects and specialisations are covered by the phd degree scholarships available in Jamaica. Select from plenty of college scholarships for studies in business administration, engineering, computer science and IT, law, medicine, chemistry, social sciences and more. The diverse forms of financial aid are provided by universities, graduate schools, international organisations, NGOs, associations, state governments, and more.

There is a good number of scholarship opportunities open to international students and Jamaicans studying in Jamaica. Some of these scholarship opportunities are country-based and merit-based. A number of organisations offer scholarship opportunities to pursue undergraduate, graduate or a postgraduate college program.

The Mill Reef Education grant is a scholarship for Antiguan citizens only at the University of West Indies. The yearly merit-based scholarship is valued at $18,000 and is valid for a maximum of 2/4 years. The growing Soraya Amy Jackson Foundation also offers scholarship opportunities for indigenous students in Jamaica to pursue secondary and post-secondary education locally. The annual scholarship valued at JM$100,000 each favour full-time students in need. The Actuarial Foundation offers an annual award to highly talented actuarial student(s) of University of West Indies. The value of the scholarship is $2,000 for student entering second year of studies; $1,000 floating scholarship and $3,000 for student entering third year of studies.