600 Fully Funded Scholarships for Masters/MPhil/P.hD– at Australia

Applications are invited to apply for the Fully Funded Graduate Research Scholarships by the Australian University at Melbourne, Australia. The University is one of the prestigious Universities. This is a Good Opportunity to free study in Australia. 

600 Scholarships will be provided in All-Academic Disciplines in all the Fields & Major for their Masters/MPhil/P.hD scholarships. This is a highly aid Fully Funded Scholarship in Australia. The Scholarship in Australia is open to All the International Students with Any Nationality. The University was founded in 1853, the second oldest University in the country. Approximately with 45,000 students and 6,500 members of staff and has 280,000 alumni around the world. More than 12,000 international students from 130 different countries.

• Country: Melbourne, Australia
• No of Scholarships: 600 Scholarships
• Course Level: Masters/MPhil/P.hD
• Fields of Study: All Fields & Majors
• Deadline: The University process application on on-going basis. Once your application is processed with university and references gave acceptance on university portal, then it will be forwarded to admission committee for making decision. So interested candidates are required to submit documents with us at their earliest. 

​Financial Coverage (Aid)
Will provide scholarships to study in Australia for free to all the students. The no of Scholarships will be 600.
• Full Tuition Fee offset for up to two years for students undertaking a Masters/P.hD by Research degree.
• Living Allowance of $30,600 per year pro rata (2019 full-time study rate) for up to two years for students undertaking a Masters by Research degree and 3.5 year for P.hD by research Degree.
• The living allowance may be indexed annually and includes limited paid sick maternity and parenting leave.
• Relocation grant of $3000 for students moving from outside Australia. • Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) Single Membership for international students who require a student visa to study in Australia.

Documents Required

• Recent Photograph

• Last Educational degree 

• Final Transcript of last examination

• CV of the student

• Thesis Proposal Title only

• Study Plan (optional)

• IELTS or English Proficiency certificate from last attended institution mentioning that language of instruction during study was English.

• Two References (From Last institution or from employer)

How to Apply

Interested students are required to submit the above mentioned documents in our office at Peshawar or send scan copies of the requied documents in email / WhatsApp to confirm his/her seat with us before the deadline.   

London | UK Fully Funded Scholarships for Developing Country Students (Last Date over)

Brief description:

The United Kingdom at London University’s most prestigious award, is aimed at fully funding a student from a developing country to study a full-time degree at the University.

Target group:

International students from developing countries.

Scholarship included:

Full tuition fee waivers, accommodation, living expenses and flights to and from London.

The deadline for applications is 15 May 2019.

Almost every subject of study availible


Netherlands | Holland Scholarship (Last Date Over)

Last Date of this scholarship was 30.04.2019. However next admissions will be started in September, 2019.

The Holland Scholarship is meant for international students from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) including Pakistan for students who want to do their bachelor’s or master’s in the Netherlands. Are you ready for the chance of a lifetime? Apply for the Netherlands / Holland Scholarship! This scholarship is financed by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science as well as several Dutch research universities and universities of applied sciences.


The scholarship amounts to € 5,000. You will receive this in the first year of your studies. The grant is awarded for one year and can only be received once. However the annual fee for out side of the EEA students per year is € 2087 for the year 2019-2020. In the year 2018-2019 it was € 2060.

Application criteria
  1. Your nationality is non-EEA.
  2. You are applying for a full-time bachelor’s or master’s programme at one of the participating Dutch higher education institutions. 
  3. You meet the specific requirements of the institution of your choice. You can find these on the website of the institution.
  4. You do not have a degree from an education institution in the Netherlands.
How to apply

Find your program in the following disciplines, Apply online on our website or come to office with documents. We will also guide you in finding best program for you as per your last acadamic background. If interested for admission, come to office along with documents and process fee Rs.10000/- to confirm your seat. Students can also send their documents on our official WhatsApp Number (0332-8597525 | 0300-9030839) and can also deposit process fee any where in HBL. Account No will be provided on Phone No (0332-8597525). We will apply for you in best universities of holland / Netherlads and may award scholarships for you.

Deadlines: 30th April, 2019

You can now apply for the 2019-2020 academic year. The deadline for application at SEAPO Management office is 20th April, 2019. However due to large number of applications we may close it before the deadline. If you wish to apply for this scholarship, you may not wait for last date.

Please select the program of your choice
Arts Spatial Sciences Theology and Religious Studies
Medical sciences Financial Management Accounting and Auditing
Accounting and Control Accounting and Finance Arts, Culture and Society
Business Analytics and Quantitative Marketing Business and Management Clinical Psychology
Commercial and Company Law Health Economics and Management Finance and Investments
Econometrics Agriculture and society Behavioral sciences and society
Cultural anthropology and sociology of non western societies Criminology Philosophy
Psychology History of society Language and Culture
Computer Science  Teacher Training  Physics
Public Order And Safety  Mathematics Natural Sciences
Communication And Arts  Law Public Administration
Transport And Logistics  Humanities Social Sciences
Health Care Social Services And Care Services Hotel, Catering, Tourism, Leisure
Management And Accounting Engineering General Programmes 
Agriculture And Environment Economics Commerce
International Business Administration Architecture & Urban planning Sociology
Geography Policy and management Philosophy
Pedagogical sciences Natural Sciences Media and communication
Mathematics Physcis Education
Construction Management Environmental and Energy Management European Studies
Earth Observation Geology Industrial Design
Statistics Bio Medical Sciences Monotechnology
Energy Technical Medicine Water Technology

Why Holland?

We’ll give you 5 good reasons!

1. Wide range of English programs

Dutch universities offer the largest number of English-taught programs in continental Europe. More than 2,100 programs are taught entirely in English. Also, 95% of the Dutch speak English, so it’s easy to communicate in daily life.

2. Good value for your money

The quality of Dutch institutions is well-recognized. The tuition fees and cost of living are considerably lower than in English-speaking countries. Also, there are lots of scholarship opportunities. The Dutch teaching style is interactive and student-centered. You will develop valuable skills such as analyzing, solving practical problems and creative thinking.

3. Big international community

Holland’s many international students come from more than 160 different countries. Dutch society is diverse and inclusive. It is strongly connected to other cultures, the business community and the world. The Dutch are open-minded and direct, so it is easy to meet them and exchange ideas.

4. Great place to live

Holland is one of the safest countries in the world, according to the 2018 Global Peace index and belongs to the top 10 happiest countries in the world. Holland has a rich history with historic cities and the highest museum density in the world. Also, Holland is the gateway to Europe! In just three hours you can be in Paris. London and Berlin are just a five or six hour train ride away.

5. Excellent career opportunities

Holland is the 18th largest economy in the world. Some of the world’s biggest multinationals, including Philips, Heineken, KLM, Shell, ING and Unilever, are Dutch. Holland is a world leader in many areas of expertise, including agriculture, water management, art & design, logistics and sustainable energy. The Dutch government wants to attract knowledge and retain talent. International graduates can therefore apply for an orientation year. This is a residence permit of one year to find a job, or start a business within three years of graduation.

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High-quality education

Higher education in Holland has a worldwide reputation for its high quality. Dutch institutions score high in the main rankings. This quality is guaranteed through a national system of regulation and quality assurance. 13 Dutch research universities are among the top 200 universities in the world. This shows that the academic quality of Dutch institutions is well recognized.


Holland has a wide variety of study programs leading to various types of degrees. If you enroll in a higher education programs in Holland, you will obtain a bachelor’s degree after finishing the undergraduate phase, and a master’s degree after finishing the graduate phase. Research universities and universities of applied sciences award both bachelor's and master's degrees. Institutes for International Education offer master’s programs, but no bachelor’s programs. If you want to continue after your master's to get a PhD degree, you have to go to a research university.

Number of international students

In 2017-2018 Holland hosted 122,000 international students. During the academic year 2017-18 over 122,000 international students studied in Dutch higher education. This is the highest number ever recorded in Holland. This group consists of all bachelor- and master students. A total of 81,392 internationally mobile students were enrolled in an accredited degree programme in public higher education. At least 11,500 were credit mobile students from other European countries on exchange or work placement in the Netherlands with the Erasmus+ programme. Over 19,360 students were credit mobile who came to the Netherlands from countries outside the EU/EEA. These international students had a total of 164 different nationalities. 

Financing your studies

There are many sources of funding for studying here.

i. Dutch student finance system

The Dutch government has set up a funding system to pay for study costs, tuition fees, health insurance and costs of living. It is meant for students under the age of 30, registered in full-time or dual education in Holland. You have to have either the Dutch nationality or a nationality or residence permit that provides the same rights as Dutch nationals.

ii. Exchange programs

Before you start searching for scholarships check if your institution has an exchange programs with a Dutch institution. This is the easiest and cheapest way to study in Holland.

iii. Scholarships

If you still need additional funding, you can look for a scholarship.


Students can apply without IELTS if he/she have at least three year education in English Language. An English language certificate from last attended institution will be provided as a proof.

Student life

Most of the student life in Holland / Netherlands happens off-campus.Although the buildings of a single university might be spread throughout a city and only some higher education institutions have campuses, they do have a real student culture.Each institution has a network of associations that bring students together for academic activities, sports and recreation. All of these associations are run by students, and some of them are internationally oriented. Many cities also have several separate student associations, not connected to any institution. And there are usually pubs, restaurants and other meeting places where many students hang out.Generally speaking, the Dutch higher education community seeks to be part of society and is not isolated from it.


There is plenty to see in Holland, whether you’re strolling through town, making a boat trip on the canals or lakes, lazing on the beach or walking in the woods and dunes.Major international music stars regularly play at Dutch stadiums and smaller venues. Musicals and theatre are also very popular and with over 1,000 museums there is a lot to discover.And don’t be surprised to see people dressed in orange and partying in the street on King’s Day or during international football championships.

Getting around

You don't really need a car to get around in Holland.Holland is a small country and public transport will take you almost anywhere you want to go.Consider buying a rail card; it really is worth the investment. Holland has a dense railway network that offers frequent service and is the quickest way to travel between city centres.

Bikes are everywhere

The bicycle is the cheapest and easiest way to get around, especially if you live in a city. There are special cycling lanes on almost every road and other road users are used to cyclists.Most Dutch people, regardless of their profession or status, have a bicycle. Buy a second-hand bike rather than a new one to save money. But also be sure to buy at least one strong lock!

Working while studying

All you need to know about working in Holland. If you want to work alongside your studies, there are some things to keep in mind. Please note that this information doesn't apply to doing an internship as part of your studies.

Working alongside your studies

If you are from the EU/EEA or Switzerland you are free to work without restrictions. As of 1 July 2018 Croats have the same rights as other EU citizens and no longer need a work permit. Are you from another country than the ones mentioned above? Then there are some restrictions if you want to take a job beside your studies. You need a permit and you can only work for a maximum of 16 hours a week or, instead, you can work full-time during the summer months of June, July and August. You are allowed to work and do an internship at the same time.

Work permit application

Your employer needs to apply for your work permit. The organisation that issues work permits is called UWV.


If you are studying at a Dutch host institution and you need to do an internship as part of your study programme, you do not need a work permit. Your host institution and your employer do need to sign an internship agreement. Since April 2017 all international students may perform self-employed work for an unlimited amount of hours, in addition to their studies and part-time job (with a maximum of 16 hours a week). Students do not need to apply for a work permit with UWV for the performance of self-employed work. They do, however, have to register with the Dutch Chamber of Commerce (Kamer van Koophandel).


Let fellow students lead the way for you: watch some interviews with students who are already studying in Holland and read about the experiences of several international students.

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Working after your studies

Holland Alumni are highly employable. The Dutch education system looks beyond offering good quality study programmes. It is a common belief in the Netherlands that offering a good study climate alone is not enough, but that students need to be given the tools to start a great career after receiving their diplomas. It is therefore no surprise that large international recruitment agencies see graduates from Dutch institutions as highly interesting and highly employable.

Staying in Holland to find a job

The Dutch government and Nuffic want to make sure you are well informed about your options to stay in Holland for work. You can read all about career opportunities, business culture, salary and practical information on the Holland Alumni website. Find out more about the special residence permit scheme.

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Continuing your studies

Make the most out of your time here! You may like studying in Holland so much that you simply cannot get enough of your Dutch life style and education. In that case, you could decide to continue your studies. Luckily, there are plenty of opportunities if you want to stay here!  

What could be your next step?

Check the overview of degrees for which next level your diploma grants you access. For example: if you have finished a bachelor's degree, you could continue studying for a master's degree at the same institution or a different one.

Extending your residence permit

If you have obtained a diploma and you want to continue your studies and apply for another study programme, you need to extend your residence permit. This applies, for example, if you have a bachelor’s degree and want to study for your master’s degree.

International students are allowed to study in Holland for a maximum number of years, which is generally equal to the number of years of the study programme chosen, plus an additional two years. Check the Holland Alumni website for the latest information.

Continuing with a PhD

If you have obtained a master’s degree and would like to continue to do a PhD, you will need to apply for a change in the purpose of your residence permit. PhD positions are classified as work in the Netherlands rather than as study. In most cases the institution where you are going to conduct your research will apply for the necessary residence permit on your behalf. Most PhD posts will be advertised on job boards, such as AcademicTransfer, in scientific journals, or on notice boards at other institutions.

Continuing your studies in a different country

A Dutch diploma opens the doors to many universities all over the world. With a high-quality Dutch diploma in your pocket, you can continue your studies in another country. A diploma description can help your new university assess the value of your diploma.

What is my diploma / Degree worth abroad?

A diploma description can be helpful when moving abroad. If you want to leave Holland to return to your home country or move to another country, with a Dutch diploma / degree in your pocket chances are that you will find a job without having to look far. The Dutch higher education system offers high quality, but wouldn’t it be great if you could prove it? If you move to another country, a diploma / degree description can be helpful in explaining which study programme you have followed in the Netherlands and the value of the diploma you were awarded. It provides your prospective employer, or a government agency or education institution insight into your qualifications and may improve your chances of finding work or gaining access to studies.


China Government Scholarships (Last Date Over)

Chines Government offer admissions in fully funded scholarships with monthly stipend in Government Universities in:- M.B.B.S | Pharm-D | BS | Master | MS | M.Phil.

These scholarships are fully funded with monthly stipend for international students. All disciplines are available. Detail of scholarship is as under:-

BS 4 year Program / MBBS: Free Education, Free Hostel Accommodation & monthly stipend Rs.45000/-

Master Program: Free Education, Free Hostel Accommodation & monthly stipend Rs.60000/-

MS/ M.Phil Program: Free Education, Free Hostel Accommodation & monthly stipend Rs.70000/-

How to apply:

Interested students are required to submit documents at our office to confirm admission process and get official receipts. Students can also send their documents on our official WhatsApp Number (0332-8597525 | 0300-9030839). Students can also deposit process fee anywhere in Habib Bank Ltd in our official Bank Account. Bank Account Number will be provided on Phone Number (0332-8597525).

Benefits & Reasons of our services:

Our official representative will hire research supervisor/professor for you in china University.

High Chances for award of scholarships

Global connections

We will choose best university according to your previous academic background

Active student’s Life

We will write strong study plan for you.

Separate Hostels for Girls & Boys


There are 279 Government Sector Universities that offer admissions on Scholarship basis in China. Subject wise University will be hired for students. List of subjects is as under:-


Environmental Sciences
Agriculture Engineering
Veterinary Medicine
Electrical Engineering
Business Administration
Computer Science and Technology
Political Science
Civil Engineering
Journalism and Communication
Mechanical Engineering
Management Sciences
Mining Engineering
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Chines Medicine
Public Administration
Central Science & Engineering
Textile Science & Engineering
Petroleum Engineering
Technologies (Medical & Engineering)
And Many More……



Study at Pakistan / Abroad (Self Finance) in our partner educationa Institutions for various Educational Programs according to students choice, subject to fulfillment of all formalities & availability of seats.  

Name Of Institute / Degree Awarding Body


University of Peshawar (Affiliation)


Riphah International University, Islamabad


International School of Medicine Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan (MBBS)


International Medical University Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan (MBBS)


Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Medical University, Islamabad (Affiliation)


Ukraine Medical and Stomatological University, Ukraine (MBBS)


University of Sargodha, Pakistan


Johar Institute of Professional Studies (JIPS) Lahore Campus


Nazeer Hussain University, Karachi


NCS University System University Town, Peshawar


PEF University College, Peshawar


Many other Institutions for Medical Education etc….

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Sadiq Khan

Mr. Sadiq Khan has passed his Bachelor Degree in combine Exam System & obtained 429 marks out of 800 & placed in 2nd Division under Roll No.9829 & Registration No.17-US-P-23964 in 2nd Annual Examination, 2017.

Suhail Ahmad

Mr. Suhail Ahmad has passed his Bachelor Degree in combine Exam System. He obtained 433 marks out of 800. He placed 2nd Division under Roll No.9869 & Registration No.17-US-P-24001 in 2nd Annual Examination, 2017.

Owais Ali

Mr. Owais Ali is shining star. He passed his Bachelor Degree in one attemp in combine Exam system & obtained 516 marks out of 800. He placed 1st Division under Roll No.9824 & Registration No.17-US-P-23959 in 2nd Annual Examination, 2017.

Tahreer Ullah

Mr. Tahreer Ullah is our shining star. He passed his Bachelor Degree in combine Exam system & obtained 532 marks out of 800. He placed 1st Division under Roll No.9513 & Registration No.16-US-P-19900 in 2nd Annual Examination, 2016.

Riaz Muhammad

Mr. Riaz Muhammad has passed his bachelor Degree in combine Exam System. He obtained 410 marks out of 800 & placed in 2nd Division under Roll No.9512 & Registration No.16-US-P-19899 in 2nd Annual Examination, 2016.

Syed Irfan Ullah

Syed Irfan Ullah has passed his Bachlelor Degree in combine Exam system & obtained 426 marks out of 800. He placed 2nd Division under Roll No.9516 & Registration No.16-US-P-19903 in 2nd Annual Examination, 2016.

Mateeul Haq

Mr. Mateeul Haq has passed his combine Exam in discipline of Pakistan Studies & obtained 560 marks out of 1000. He placed 2nd Division under Roll No.36479 & Registration No.16-US-P-24027 in 1st Annual Examination, 2017.

Habib Ullah Khan

Mr. Habib Ullah Khan has passed his combine Exam in discipline of MA Pakistan Studies. He obtained 518 marks out of 1000. He placed 2nd Division under Roll No.38131 & Registration No.17-US-P-20112 in 1st Annual Examination, 2017.

Muhammad Kaleem

Mr. Muhammad Kaleem is our shining star in combine Exam system (Pak. Study). He passed combine Exam & obtained 534 marks out of 1000. He placed 2nd Division under Roll No.38136 & Registration No.17-US-P-20105 in 1st Annual Examination, 2017.

Asad Ali

Mr. Asad Ali is our shining star in combine Exam system (Pak. Study). He passed combine Exam & obtained 523 marks out of 1000. He placed 2nd Division under Roll No.38130 & Registration No.17-US-P-20104 in 1st Annual Examination, 2017.

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