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Yearning to get higher education and need for funding? Here is an opportunity for you. Cavendish University is pleased to provide the Academic Excellence Scholarships for the top Ugandan students.
These grants are offered to the qualifying applicants, who wish to study undergraduate degree coursework starting 01st June 2019.
Established in 2008, Cavendish University Uganda offers market-relevant and accredited academic programs. It has a large student population hailing from over 15 different countries. It offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses in different fields.
Why at Cavendish University Uganda? Studying at this university is innovative, student-centric, participatory, active and practical. It provides high quality, research-driven education that transforms students into responsible, educated, employable and entrepreneurial citizens.
The applicants must have a plan to attend classes in person ,have at least 3 Principal Passes at A-level, have attained a total of at least 12 points at A-level at one sitting, strong interest in developing leadership skills, ability to pass a pre-entry written English and basic Math test and ability to pass an oral interview.
For being part of this program, students need to meet the admission requirements of the university.
Applicants required having a good knowledge of written and spoken the English language.
This education award will cover the 100% tuition and functional fees of each candidate for the duration of the course.
Eligible candidates can apply for the bursary after taking admission in an undergraduate degree program at the university. After being enrolled at the university, aspirants can complete the necessary process, including the English, Math test and oral interview, and then Enrolment Officer will contact you with the program Committee’s final decision no later than 19th August 2019.
Claimants must have to attach at least two letters of reference or recommendation one of which should be from a teacher that taught the applicant and a second letter from any community leader.