Applications Open for Mo Dewji Foundation Scholarship Program!

Deadline: 20 October 2017

The Mo Dewji Foundation has opened applications for it’s Scholarship Program to provide scholarships to outstanding high school students planning to pursue higher education, which cover four years of undergraduate college. The scholarship program is intended to create a community of passionate students and provide them with the capacity to achieve their greatest potential.

Focus Areas

  • Promoting education in order to create a pathway for the population, especially the disadvantaged and vulnerable groups, to lead to a more productive, equitable and just society.
  • Strengthening healthcare systems and creating purified drinking water to assist in disease prevention.
  • Supporting community development efforts in order to help build self-sustaining and successful communities throughout Tanzania.

Eligibility Criteria

  • The Foundations look for applicants that demonstrate:
    • High Academic Achievement: Recipient must have obtained a grade point average (GPA) of not less than 3.8 or Division 1 or 2 on their A-Levels. This will be judged based on their academic transcript, and by testimony to your scholarly excellence that is provided by a letter of recommendation by a teacher.
    • Financial Need: Recipient must demonstrate financial need and submit documentation in the form of a written statement explaining need plus any available reinforcing narrative in the form of references that will be vetted by the committee.
    • Leadership Potential: Recipient must demonstrate leadership potential as demonstrated in extra-curricular activities, projects, and/or duties upheld prior to commencing their undergraduate studies. Applicants are required to provide evidence of this in the form of a written recommendation letter, awards received etc. as and
  • Recipient must be a citizen of the United Republic of Tanzania (at the time they apply for the scholarship).
  • Recipient must have attended a secondary school in Tanzania to be eligible for this scholarship. Home-schooled students are not eligible.
  • Recipient must be fluent in both English and Kiswahili at the time of their application.
  • Recipient must be entering their first year of undergraduate education.
  • Recipient must declare their intent with a major / degree program of his/her choice.
  • Recipient should not have studied for, or hold a degree or degree-equivalent qualification from a tertiary institution within Tanzania or outside the country.

How to Apply

Interested applicants must apply online via given website.

Eligible Country: Tanzania

For more information, please visit Mo Dewji Foundation.

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