Ashinaga is putting forth The 100 Year-Vision grant program for deprived or vagrant understudies from Africa to embrace college degree studies at widely acclaimed colleges in nations like Japan, USA, UK and so on.
Since 2014, the 100 Year-Vision grant has given skilled orphaned understudies from sub-Saharan African nations with the chance to apply for and to conceivably seek after an advanced education (for the level of college degree) at the world’s driving colleges outside Africa.
Every year, the 100 Year-Vision venture will choose one scholastically talented deprived understudy from each qualified African nation who don’t have the chance to learn at a college in their own particular home nation and give him or her a full grant to study abroad.
Course(s) Offered: Several fields
Course Level: Undergraduate
Nation to Study in: Japan, Other nations (USA, UK, and so on)
The application is interested in the individuals who:
Have lost one or both guardians (and can present an official record demonstrating this)
Have finished 12 years of instruction (essential and optional school) in the last two years, or the individuals who will finish 12 years of training by December 31 of this year. Professional testaments not acknowledged.
Have citizenship and finished/finishing secondary school in one of the nations recorded underneath
Are underneath 23 years of age as at the season of this application
Are capable in either English, French or Portuguese
Have an exceptional scholarly performance at school
Can take part in the two Ashinaga preliminary projects before going to university
Will add to society in Africa after moving on from college
Have no wards children who could meddle with scholarly advance
Be in great state of wellbeing.
Understudies are picked on the premise that they need to come back to their nations keeping in mind the end goal to build up the business in their picked field of study, ideally with positive social effect.
Nationals of the accompanying Sub-Saharan African nations:
a). English speaking: Uganda, Rwanda, Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Ghana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Sudan, Botswana, South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, Mauritius, Somalia, Nigeria, The Gambia, Cape Verde, Mozambique, Guinea Bissau, Angola
b). French-speaking: Côte d’Ivoire, Senegal, Benin, Burundi, Gabon, Mali, Burkina Faso, Mauritania, DR Congo, Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Cameroon, Togo, Madagascar, Comoros
Leading colleges in nations outside Africa e.g. Japan, USA, UK and so on
Fields of study
Accessible courses at participating universities
The time of sponsorship is for the entire time of undergrad studies
This honor gives a FULL grant that takes care of the expense of educational cost, convenience (amid the terms and excursion), protection, flight, and gives month to month stipend which covers sustenance and vital scholastic expenses.
Technique for Application
Take note: Do not pay any cash to anyone. Understudies are required to finish an application and submit duplicates of all scholarly and character archives. There are three approaches to apply for the 100-Year Vision Scholarship – Online (favored alternative), By Email or By Post. Kindly pick one strategy and present all the right information before the due date.
Download the form from the PDF icon below, fill it out and send it back attached to an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
with the required documents attached.
2. Online application:
Download the form from the PDF icon below , fill it out and send it by post to;
Ashinaga Africa Initiative Recruitment Team
P. O. Box 16864 – Kampala, Uganda
Visit Scholarship Application Webpage to apply
Grant providers: The 100-Year Vision is sponsored and implemented by Ashinaga.