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Call for Applications for Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at USIU-Africa

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November 27, 2020
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Scholarship
Funding Type
Fully Funded
Scholarship Type
Under Graduate

Description

Description

United States International University-Africa (USIU-Africa) has partnered with the Mastercard Foundation in its global Scholars Program. This initiative will offer academically talented youth from Africa facing financial, gender, displacement, or disability constraints an opportunity to access world class university education.

 

The Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at USIU-Africa will provide full-cost scholarships to young Africans who are first-time undergraduate degree-seeking applicants. By the completion of their studies, scholars will be required to lead changes in their communities and contribute to meaningful transformation across the continent, having been equipped with internationally recognized and locally applicable qualifications.

Eligibilities

Eligibilities

Only youth not exceeding 29 years old in the following categories qualify:

 

  • Young women and men. Young women are strongly encouraged to apply
  • Refugees and displaced youth;
  • Youth with disabilities.

 

Scholars must demonstrate the following qualities:

 

  • Academic talent: They must value learning and have a personal motivation to complete their education. Must meet the university admissions requirement as per the Kenya Commission for University Education or its equivalent.
  • Commitment to giving back: Applicants should demonstrate a commitment to improving their communities through previous and/or past engagements with community outreach activities.
  • Leadership potential: Scholars must show commitment to becoming change makers, role models and mentors who embrace ethical leadership.

 

Must be interested in, and meet USIU admissions criteria and academic qualifications to undertake, any of the approved 11 undergraduate degree program for the Scholars Program at USIU-Africa as follows:

 

  • School of Science and Technology (SST) – Bachelor of Science in Applied Computer Technology, Bachelor of Science in Information Systems and Technology;
  • School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (SPHS)-Bachelor of Pharmacy, Bachelor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics;
  • School of Communication, Cinematic and Creative Arts (SCCCA) – Bachelor of Arts in Animation, Bachelor of Arts in Film Production and Directing;
  • Chandaria School of Business Administration (CSOB)- Bachelor of Science in Finance, Bachelor of Science in International Business Administration, and Bachelor of Science in Accounting;
  • School of Humanities and Social Sciences (SHSS) -Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology)
  • More information about the above highlighted degree programs can be found at the university website: undergraduate-programs/

Benefits

Benefits

The Mastercard Foundation Scholars at USIU-Africa will receive holistic support which includes:

 

  • Tuition and functional fees;
  • Laptops, books, and other learning materials;
  • Reasonable accommodation and meals;
  • Medical insurance;
  • Stipend;
  • Transport to and from home;
  • Access to leadership training;
  • Access to entrepreneurial training;
  • Psycho-social support, career counseling, and mentorship;
  • Disability needs will be reasonably catered for

Program Venue

Program Venue
USIU-Africa
Program Country
Kenya

Eligible Regions

Eligible Countries

Application Process

Application Process
  • Interested applicants can download the application forms from www.usiu.ac.ke/mcf-scholarship or pick from Main Administration Building, Admissions Office, USIU-Africa at no cost.
  • Submit completed application forms by email as an attachment, ensuring that the scanned copy of the scholarship application form and all required documents are clearly legible and send to: [email protected] or drop at Main Administration Building, Admissions Office, USIU-Africa or post to:

 

Program Director, Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program, USIU-Africa, P.O. Box 14634 – 00800, Nairobi

 

  • Any queries can be directed through e-mail at [email protected] or phone +254730 116 218 or in person

 

APPLICANTS ARE ADVISED TO SEND ONLY ONE COMPLETE APPLICATION. DUPLICATE APPLICATIONS WILL BE REJECTED.

 

 

Important dates and deadlines:

 

  • Monday, November 9, 2020 – Launch of call for applications for the May 2021 intake.
  • Friday, November 27, 2020– Deadline for the submission of applications.
  • Monday, November 30 –– Friday January 29, 2021- Review of applications, Shortlisting, interviews and selection of Scholars.
  • Monday, February 15 –Wednesday February 17 2021- Communication of the final decision to the selected Scholars.
  • Monday, April 19 – Friday April 30, 2021 – Pre-university orientation for the Mastercard Foundation Scholars at USIU-Africa.
  • Monday, May 3 –Friday May 7, 2021– Undergraduate orientation week.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Fully Funded

Opening Date
November 9, 2020
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Call for Applications for Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at USIU-Africa

Deadline
November 27, 2020
USIU

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Opportunity Type Type
Scholarship
Job Type
Full Time
Scholarship Type
Under Graduate

Description

Description

United States International University-Africa (USIU-Africa) has partnered with the Mastercard Foundation in its global Scholars Program. This initiative will offer academically talented youth from Africa facing financial, gender, displacement, or disability constraints an opportunity to access world class university education.

 

The Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at USIU-Africa will provide full-cost scholarships to young Africans who are first-time undergraduate degree-seeking applicants. By the completion of their studies, scholars will be required to lead changes in their communities and contribute to meaningful transformation across the continent, having been equipped with internationally recognized and locally applicable qualifications.

Eligibilities

Eligibilities

Only youth not exceeding 29 years old in the following categories qualify:

 

  • Young women and men. Young women are strongly encouraged to apply
  • Refugees and displaced youth;
  • Youth with disabilities.

 

Scholars must demonstrate the following qualities:

 

  • Academic talent: They must value learning and have a personal motivation to complete their education. Must meet the university admissions requirement as per the Kenya Commission for University Education or its equivalent.
  • Commitment to giving back: Applicants should demonstrate a commitment to improving their communities through previous and/or past engagements with community outreach activities.
  • Leadership potential: Scholars must show commitment to becoming change makers, role models and mentors who embrace ethical leadership.

 

Must be interested in, and meet USIU admissions criteria and academic qualifications to undertake, any of the approved 11 undergraduate degree program for the Scholars Program at USIU-Africa as follows:

 

  • School of Science and Technology (SST) – Bachelor of Science in Applied Computer Technology, Bachelor of Science in Information Systems and Technology;
  • School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (SPHS)-Bachelor of Pharmacy, Bachelor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics;
  • School of Communication, Cinematic and Creative Arts (SCCCA) – Bachelor of Arts in Animation, Bachelor of Arts in Film Production and Directing;
  • Chandaria School of Business Administration (CSOB)- Bachelor of Science in Finance, Bachelor of Science in International Business Administration, and Bachelor of Science in Accounting;
  • School of Humanities and Social Sciences (SHSS) -Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology)
  • More information about the above highlighted degree programs can be found at the university website: undergraduate-programs/

Benefits

Benefits

The Mastercard Foundation Scholars at USIU-Africa will receive holistic support which includes:

 

  • Tuition and functional fees;
  • Laptops, books, and other learning materials;
  • Reasonable accommodation and meals;
  • Medical insurance;
  • Stipend;
  • Transport to and from home;
  • Access to leadership training;
  • Access to entrepreneurial training;
  • Psycho-social support, career counseling, and mentorship;
  • Disability needs will be reasonably catered for

Program Venue

Program Venue
USIU-Africa

Eligible Regions

Eligible Countries

Application Process

Application Process
  • Interested applicants can download the application forms from www.usiu.ac.ke/mcf-scholarship or pick from Main Administration Building, Admissions Office, USIU-Africa at no cost.
  • Submit completed application forms by email as an attachment, ensuring that the scanned copy of the scholarship application form and all required documents are clearly legible and send to: [email protected] or drop at Main Administration Building, Admissions Office, USIU-Africa or post to:

 

Program Director, Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program, USIU-Africa, P.O. Box 14634 – 00800, Nairobi

 

  • Any queries can be directed through e-mail at [email protected] or phone +254730 116 218 or in person

 

APPLICANTS ARE ADVISED TO SEND ONLY ONE COMPLETE APPLICATION. DUPLICATE APPLICATIONS WILL BE REJECTED.

 

 

Important dates and deadlines:

 

  • Monday, November 9, 2020 – Launch of call for applications for the May 2021 intake.
  • Friday, November 27, 2020– Deadline for the submission of applications.
  • Monday, November 30 –– Friday January 29, 2021- Review of applications, Shortlisting, interviews and selection of Scholars.
  • Monday, February 15 –Wednesday February 17 2021- Communication of the final decision to the selected Scholars.
  • Monday, April 19 – Friday April 30, 2021 – Pre-university orientation for the Mastercard Foundation Scholars at USIU-Africa.
  • Monday, May 3 –Friday May 7, 2021– Undergraduate orientation week.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Fully Funded

Opening Date
November 9, 2020
Time Left
00
Days
00
Hours
00
Minutes

Call for Applications for Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at USIU-Africa

Deadline
November 27, 2020
USIU

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Opportunity Type

Opportunity Type
Scholarship
Intership Type
Select Type
Scholarship Type
Under Graduate

Description

Description

United States International University-Africa (USIU-Africa) has partnered with the Mastercard Foundation in its global Scholars Program. This initiative will offer academically talented youth from Africa facing financial, gender, displacement, or disability constraints an opportunity to access world class university education.

 

The Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at USIU-Africa will provide full-cost scholarships to young Africans who are first-time undergraduate degree-seeking applicants. By the completion of their studies, scholars will be required to lead changes in their communities and contribute to meaningful transformation across the continent, having been equipped with internationally recognized and locally applicable qualifications.

Eligibilities

Eligibilities

Only youth not exceeding 29 years old in the following categories qualify:

 

  • Young women and men. Young women are strongly encouraged to apply
  • Refugees and displaced youth;
  • Youth with disabilities.

 

Scholars must demonstrate the following qualities:

 

  • Academic talent: They must value learning and have a personal motivation to complete their education. Must meet the university admissions requirement as per the Kenya Commission for University Education or its equivalent.
  • Commitment to giving back: Applicants should demonstrate a commitment to improving their communities through previous and/or past engagements with community outreach activities.
  • Leadership potential: Scholars must show commitment to becoming change makers, role models and mentors who embrace ethical leadership.

 

Must be interested in, and meet USIU admissions criteria and academic qualifications to undertake, any of the approved 11 undergraduate degree program for the Scholars Program at USIU-Africa as follows:

 

  • School of Science and Technology (SST) – Bachelor of Science in Applied Computer Technology, Bachelor of Science in Information Systems and Technology;
  • School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (SPHS)-Bachelor of Pharmacy, Bachelor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics;
  • School of Communication, Cinematic and Creative Arts (SCCCA) – Bachelor of Arts in Animation, Bachelor of Arts in Film Production and Directing;
  • Chandaria School of Business Administration (CSOB)- Bachelor of Science in Finance, Bachelor of Science in International Business Administration, and Bachelor of Science in Accounting;
  • School of Humanities and Social Sciences (SHSS) -Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology)
  • More information about the above highlighted degree programs can be found at the university website: undergraduate-programs/

Benefits

Benefits

The Mastercard Foundation Scholars at USIU-Africa will receive holistic support which includes:

 

  • Tuition and functional fees;
  • Laptops, books, and other learning materials;
  • Reasonable accommodation and meals;
  • Medical insurance;
  • Stipend;
  • Transport to and from home;
  • Access to leadership training;
  • Access to entrepreneurial training;
  • Psycho-social support, career counseling, and mentorship;
  • Disability needs will be reasonably catered for

Program Venue

Program Venue
USIU-Africa

Eligible Regions

Eligible Countries

Application Process

Application Process
  • Interested applicants can download the application forms from www.usiu.ac.ke/mcf-scholarship or pick from Main Administration Building, Admissions Office, USIU-Africa at no cost.
  • Submit completed application forms by email as an attachment, ensuring that the scanned copy of the scholarship application form and all required documents are clearly legible and send to: [email protected] or drop at Main Administration Building, Admissions Office, USIU-Africa or post to:

 

Program Director, Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program, USIU-Africa, P.O. Box 14634 – 00800, Nairobi

 

  • Any queries can be directed through e-mail at [email protected] or phone +254730 116 218 or in person

 

APPLICANTS ARE ADVISED TO SEND ONLY ONE COMPLETE APPLICATION. DUPLICATE APPLICATIONS WILL BE REJECTED.

 

 

Important dates and deadlines:

 

  • Monday, November 9, 2020 – Launch of call for applications for the May 2021 intake.
  • Friday, November 27, 2020– Deadline for the submission of applications.
  • Monday, November 30 –– Friday January 29, 2021- Review of applications, Shortlisting, interviews and selection of Scholars.
  • Monday, February 15 –Wednesday February 17 2021- Communication of the final decision to the selected Scholars.
  • Monday, April 19 – Friday April 30, 2021 – Pre-university orientation for the Mastercard Foundation Scholars at USIU-Africa.
  • Monday, May 3 –Friday May 7, 2021– Undergraduate orientation week.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

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November 9, 2020
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Description

United States International University-Africa (USIU-Africa) has partnered with the Mastercard Foundation in its global Scholars Program. This initiative will offer academically talented youth from Africa facing financial, gender, displacement, or disability constraints an opportunity to access world class university education.

 

The Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at USIU-Africa will provide full-cost scholarships to young Africans who are first-time undergraduate degree-seeking applicants. By the completion of their studies, scholars will be required to lead changes in their communities and contribute to meaningful transformation across the continent, having been equipped with internationally recognized and locally applicable qualifications.

BENIFITS

The Mastercard Foundation Scholars at USIU-Africa will receive holistic support which includes:

 

  • Tuition and functional fees;
  • Laptops, books, and other learning materials;
  • Reasonable accommodation and meals;
  • Medical insurance;
  • Stipend;
  • Transport to and from home;
  • Access to leadership training;
  • Access to entrepreneurial training;
  • Psycho-social support, career counseling, and mentorship;
  • Disability needs will be reasonably catered for

Eligibilities

Only youth not exceeding 29 years old in the following categories qualify:

 

  • Young women and men. Young women are strongly encouraged to apply
  • Refugees and displaced youth;
  • Youth with disabilities.

 

Scholars must demonstrate the following qualities:

 

  • Academic talent: They must value learning and have a personal motivation to complete their education. Must meet the university admissions requirement as per the Kenya Commission for University Education or its equivalent.
  • Commitment to giving back: Applicants should demonstrate a commitment to improving their communities through previous and/or past engagements with community outreach activities.
  • Leadership potential: Scholars must show commitment to becoming change makers, role models and mentors who embrace ethical leadership.

 

Must be interested in, and meet USIU admissions criteria and academic qualifications to undertake, any of the approved 11 undergraduate degree program for the Scholars Program at USIU-Africa as follows:

 

  • School of Science and Technology (SST) – Bachelor of Science in Applied Computer Technology, Bachelor of Science in Information Systems and Technology;
  • School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (SPHS)-Bachelor of Pharmacy, Bachelor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics;
  • School of Communication, Cinematic and Creative Arts (SCCCA) – Bachelor of Arts in Animation, Bachelor of Arts in Film Production and Directing;
  • Chandaria School of Business Administration (CSOB)- Bachelor of Science in Finance, Bachelor of Science in International Business Administration, and Bachelor of Science in Accounting;
  • School of Humanities and Social Sciences (SHSS) -Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology)
  • More information about the above highlighted degree programs can be found at the university website: undergraduate-programs/

For Further Queries:

  • Any queries can be directed through e-mail at [email protected] or phone +254730 116 218 or in person

Eligible Regions:

Program Venue:

It will be held in USIU-Africa.

APPLICATION PROCESS

  • Interested applicants can download the application forms from www.usiu.ac.ke/mcf-scholarship or pick from Main Administration Building, Admissions Office, USIU-Africa at no cost.
  • Submit completed application forms by email as an attachment, ensuring that the scanned copy of the scholarship application form and all required documents are clearly legible and send to: [email protected] or drop at Main Administration Building, Admissions Office, USIU-Africa or post to:

 

Program Director, Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program, USIU-Africa, P.O. Box 14634 – 00800, Nairobi

 

  • Any queries can be directed through e-mail at [email protected] or phone +254730 116 218 or in person

 

APPLICANTS ARE ADVISED TO SEND ONLY ONE COMPLETE APPLICATION. DUPLICATE APPLICATIONS WILL BE REJECTED.

 

 

Important dates and deadlines:

 

  • Monday, November 9, 2020 – Launch of call for applications for the May 2021 intake.
  • Friday, November 27, 2020– Deadline for the submission of applications.
  • Monday, November 30 –– Friday January 29, 2021- Review of applications, Shortlisting, interviews and selection of Scholars.
  • Monday, February 15 –Wednesday February 17 2021- Communication of the final decision to the selected Scholars.
  • Monday, April 19 – Friday April 30, 2021 – Pre-university orientation for the Mastercard Foundation Scholars at USIU-Africa.
  • Monday, May 3 –Friday May 7, 2021– Undergraduate orientation week.
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