Ashinaga Fully-funded Scholarships For Orphans From Sub-Saharan Africa – 2018

Ashinaga Fully-funded Scholarships For Orphans From Sub-Saharan Africa – 2018

Are you an African Orphan? Are you willing to pursue your studies abroad?

Ashinaga is a Japan-based nonprofit organization, which provides educational and emotional support to orphaned students. This organization is offering scholarships to students from select African countries to study for a degree at the world’s leading universities in countries such as Japan, US, UK etc

Application Deadline: 25th February 2018

Offered annually? Yes

Eligible Field of Study: courses offered at candidate’s choice higher institution

To be taken at (country): Higher institutions outside of Africa, in countries such as Japan, US, UK etc

Eligible Countries: Angola, Botswana, Cape Verde, Ethiopia, The Gambia, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe

Type: Undergraduate

Number Of Scholarships: 20

Value Of Scholarship: The Ashinaga (100-Year Vision) Scholarship provides a full scholarship that covers the cost of tuition, accommodation (during the terms and vacation), insurance, flight, and provides monthly stipend which covers food and necessary academic costs.

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Duration Of Scholarship: for the period of undergraduate studies

Eligibility: To be eligible for this scholarship program, Applicants must:

  • Be an orphan, having lost one or both parents
  • Be 23 or younger, having been born after October 1, 1995
  • Have graduated high school within the past two years
  • Be committed to returning to Sub-Saharan Africa once they have finished their studies abroad

How To Apply: Click here to apply online

The following are required during application;

  • Completed application form
  • Working email address and telephone number
  • Document proving the death of one or both parents, such as a death certificate
  • Proof of age, such as a birth certificate, national ID or passport
  • Secondary school/high school graduation certificate
  • Results from final national exams
  • Academic report cards from the last two years of high school/secondary school
  • Recommendation letter from a principal or teacher
  • Passport-style photo of yourself
  • Both essays described below
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Essays

Please type/write using a separate sheet of paper. If you choose to handwrite your essays, please write in print and with black ink. Essays written with pencils will not be accepted.

  • Essay 1: Please describe how you grew up and experienced losing your parent(s). What challenges have you faced after the loss of your parent(s) and what have you done in order to overcome them? Please write in detail, especially the actions you took to continue and further your education. (Maximum 500 words)
  • Essay 2: Please describe the goals you wish to achieve after graduating from university abroad. Outline how the skills and knowledge you gain from a university degree would help you reach your goals when you return to Sub-Saharan Africa. (Maximum 500 words)

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Award Sponsors: Ashinaga.

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  1. Comment: Hello this is Nakayenga Robinah am asking what if I didn’t finished secondary school didn’t you take me thank you.

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