“Free Tuition”: Nigerian Graduates Eligible For Fully-Funded Scholarship In Saudi Arabia

“Free Tuition”: Nigerian Graduates Eligible For Fully-Funded Scholarship In Saudi Arabia

  • The King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) is offering Nigerians and other international students a fully-funded scholarship
  • The scholarship programme covers tuition, monthly living allowance, accommodation, medical and dental coverage, etc
  • The KAUST Fellowship also gives support to those who would like to relocate to the country, (Saudi Arabia)

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Saudi-Arabia- KAUST Fellowship is a scholarship programme where every admitted student at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) Saudi Arabia gets to enjoy fully-funded scholarships.

The Tuition-Free Graduate Program offers a lifetime opportunity to live on the shores of the Red Sea, conducting research in state-of-the-art research centres.

Nigerian graduates eligible for fully-funded scholarship In Saudi Arabia
KAUST Fellowship covers tuition, monthly living allowance. accommodation etc Photo Credit: Maya Siddiqui/Bloomberg
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According to the University website, the KAUST Fellowship covers the following:

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  • Full Free Tuition Support
  • Monthly Living Allowance (From $20,000 to $30,000 annually, depending on qualifications and degree progress)
  • On-Campus Housing
  • Medical and dental coverage
  • Relocation Support

Applications open for 2024 fall

The application deadline for PG Diploma, MS, MS/PhD, and PhD degree applicants for Fall entry is 13 January 2024 for Round 1 applicants.

Graduate admissions requirements

  • Official university transcripts
  • Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  • Statement of purpose
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • Official TOEFL or IELTS Academic score
  • Official GRE scores (GRE submission is encouraged and will enhance an application, but it is not compulsory)

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