Friday, 22 January 2016

2016 Mastercard Foundation Scholarships - Apply Now

Applications are currently ongoing for the 2016 Mastercard Foundation Scholarships. MasterCard Foundation Scholars receive a comprehensive scholarship equivalent to the costs associated with earning a Bachelors or Masters degree, which includes travel, tuition, MSU student fees, Visa and SEVIS fees, housing, food, living expenses, experiential learning abroad and cohort signature programs which will focus on leadership topics.
Both undergraduate and graduate MCF Scholars will complete an internship in Africa during their studies. MSU will assist in identifying appropriate opportunities. The Scholarship will pay for round-trip airfare to Africa for the internship and provide a stipend to defray cost of living expenses.

HOW TO APPLY

The MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program at Michigan State University for undergraduate students is open to first-time freshman applicants who are residents or citizens of an African country. This program targets academically qualified, yet economically disadvantaged, young people in Africa who will contribute to the transformation of the continent.

GRADUATE STUDENTS

The MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program at Michigan State University for master’s students is open to students who have already completed a bachelor’s degree at an African university and are residents or citizens of an African country. This program targets academically qualified, yet economically disadvantaged, young people in Africa who will contribute to the transformation of the continent.
Students do not need to receive notification of acceptance to MSU prior to submitting their scholarship application. However, students must complete an application to MSU in order to be considered for the scholarship. Students who are already enrolled at MSU are not eligible for The Scholars Program.

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