The Mozida Africa Excellence Scholarship

The Mozida Africa Excellence Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship that has been established by the Mozida Foundation to attract high-performing students who are leaders and agents of communal change to pursue a master’s degree at institutions of higher learning in Bolivia.

Eligibility
Be a citizen and hold a valid passport (or verifiable means of identification) from one of the 54 countries of Africa.
Hold a recognized university bachelor degree (or equivalent) from a recognized university in any field.
Complete and submit an application via the online platform on or before the deadline 11:59PM (GMT), 30th April, 2024.
Be ready to commence study in an eligible master coursework degree program at a Bolivian university.
Not be a current beneficiary of a separate Bolivian University scholarship.
Meet all of the financial obligations of a full-fee paying international student, including the full tuition fee and other expenses, in the event that eligibility for the scholarship is not maintained.

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD:
The first category comprises African students with excellent academic backgrounds, verifiable from their graduating class of degrees, academic transcripts and excellent commendations from previous tutors, lecturers and university staff.

COMMUNAL IMPACT AWARD:
The second comprises African students who, for one reason or another (e.g hardship), may have graduated with a lower-class degree but have gone all the way to become agents of change in their respective communities. Examples of hardships we will take into consideration include but are not limited to, childbearing, loss of a parent or guardian, victimization by national unrest, war, etc. Students in this category should have pictorial or documentary evidence to back up thier claims of communal impartation.

We are aware of the fact that some individuals may have impacted their communities without having certificates or documents to prove it. In this case, kindly create a new word document or pdf (name this document “Evidence of Communal Impact”) with a short write up including BRIEF description of your communal impact. Kindly include all social media links, URL links, pictures, videos and or any other evidence you have to support your claims. Note that this “Evidence of Communal Impact” will be different from your personal statement.

To apply Click HERE 

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