The furniture and appliance retailer courts is inviting Jamaican students to hurry and apply for the 2018 COURTS SCHOLARSHIPS FOR JAMAICAN STUDENTS,ALl applicants are expected to be from Jamaica and are also expected to ensure that the have complied with the eligibility criteria for this program to avoid any form of disqualification.
This scholarship is basically aimed at providing financial assistance to students whom have distinguished themselves academically but is dependent on the needs and relationship their parents or guardians have with the company awarding the scholarship.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT COURTS SCHOLARSHIP FOR JAMAICANS:
A dynamic brand under the Unicomer Group umbrella, Courts was first established in England during 1850. Founded in the region since 1959, Courts is the Caribbean´s largest furniture, appliance and electrical retailer. The company was acquired by Regal Forest Holdings under the Unicomer Group in December 2006.
Courts is well known throughout the Caribbean, and its name is synonymous with quality, affordable, furniture and appliances, flexible credit options as well as innovative marketing promotions. The company has been a market leader since its inception and its bright yellow, red and blue buildings dominate major towns across the many Caribbean islands.
Courts currently operates 93 stores in 11 Caribbean countries: Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, St. Lucia and Trinidad and Tobago.
Courts takes its social responsibility seriously and the company is committed to the development of the people and communities that it serves. Over the years the company has touched the lives of thousands, through its sponsorship of education, sports and health. To see more about courts , please click this official link
Truly, scholarship do not easily come by in countries like Jamaica, because often times applicants seems to not meet up with the academic requirements even though the have a burning desire to further their studies, but desires usually ain’t enough, But worry not,This write up will guide through on how to get this scholarship regardless of your inadequacies, an example of this is reflected in the comment of a great friend of mine who is completing her studies at a college in Jamaica who have spoken about how much this courts scholarship have impacted in her academic pursuit regardless of her perceived inefficiencies, thanks to scholarshipsgist.com.
However, as you go through this scholarship detail, we have tactically put up,a guide on how you can find your way around getting not just this scholarship but other relevant scholarships in and beyond jamaica.They question is, are you ready!!??
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Courts scholarship as we know is cuts across different levels of study, so as we bring you the various informations, you should ask yourself too if you are good to go on this one, more lika personality self-check for courts scholarship.
LEVEL OF STUDY:
The court scholarship is for Jamaican students pursuing their studies at tertiary level
FIELD OF STUDY:
This scholarship is available to almost all the fields of study available in the students school of choice
Courts scholarship is available for Jamaican students in tertiary institutions
In the tertiary category, Courts offers six grants valued at $250,000 each and four scholarships valued at $400,000 each (for the duration of the programme) for first degree students at any recognised institution in Jamaica. For GSAT, 28 awardsvalued at$100,000 each, will be awarded to students with a GSAT of 85 per cent or higher. In the skills t category, 10 awards valued at $50,000 each wall be awarded to individuals enrolled in any HEART Trust/NTA institution.
The following requirements are to be met by applicants to stand a chance to win this scholarship:
- Applicant must be accepted to a recognized tertiary institution OR must be a registered student at any recognized tertiary institution in Jamaica.
- New students must have at least five (5) or more CSEC Subjects and a minimum of four (4) CAPE units or the equivalent
- Enrolled students must have a minimum, cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale OR have maintained a B+ average.
- Applicant must be in financial need.
- Applicant must be pursuing a first degree.
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HOW TO APPLY FOR 2018 COURTS SCHOLARSHIP FOR JAMAICAN STUDENTS:
Jamaicans whom are interested in getting this scholarship and are keen to apply, are welcome to visit the scholarship application page to apply, please see the official scholarship application link HERE
Though the application deadline is slated to be on the 6th of July, we encourage eligible Jamaicans to hurry and apply for this scholarship before the deadline and also know that any adjustments or latest updates on the application deadline will be made know as soon as possible