Wednesday, May 24, 2017

OAS-Government of the Commonwealth of Bahamas Scholarship, USA 2017

Deadline: 31/05/2017 Degree: Bachelor, Masters, MBA, Ph.D & Research Scholarship Description: The Organization of American Stat... thumbnail 1 summary
Deadline: 31/05/2017


Degree: Bachelor, Masters, MBA, Ph.D & Research


Scholarship Description: The Organization of American States is pleased to offer partial scholarships to qualified applicants of Bahamas to participate in certificates, undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the United States and Canada.
The Bahamas Scholarship Program aims to help them to achieve the best education and improve their skills.


Eligibility: The following criteria must be met in order for applicants to be eligible for the scholarship:
a. Provide Admission letter (s) or proof of enrollment:
b. Students applying for admission to begin Fall 2017 may submit up to three (3) admission letters to three different participating partner institutions or
c. Students who are currently enrolled in one of the participating partner institutions must submit proof of enrollment.
d. Submit a complete scholarship application online with all required supporting documents
e. Be a citizen of The Bahamas.


Benefits: This scholarship will cover the followings:
a. A grant of USD $7,500 to the top ranked candidates from the Government of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas to help defray the program expenses.
b. A one-time subsistence allowance of USD $1,000 to the top ranked candidates from the OAS to help defray the cost of living expenses.
c. Various tuition waivers from participating partner institutions in the United States and Canada as listed in the Annexe I.


Application: Applicants can apply via online.
All documents must be in English or officially translated to English by a certified translator.
The recommendation letters provided for admission consideration to the University can be used for scholarship consideration. However, if you choose to provide new recommendation letters directly to the OAS, the letters should be addressed to the OAS Scholarship and Training Programs, Department of Human Development, Education and Employment.



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