Aklilu Lemma Undergraduate Scholarship for Ethiopian students at Addis Ababa University 2012

Undergraduate Merit-based Scholarship Awards for Ethiopian students at Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia 2011/2012

The Aklilu Lemma foundation (ALF) is offering merit based scholarships for undergraduate students from Ethiopia for the 2011/2012 academic year. 25 Meritorious Students Will Be Screened and Selected by ALF Committees at different levels to be Recipients of the Aklilu Lemma Scholarship Awards. ALF will strive to ensure participation of Female Students who fulfill the minimum CGPA requirement of 3.00. various courses of study are eligible.

Eligibility

  • Applicant must possess Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.0 or Higher; Weighted 75% of Total.
  • Applicant must be Ethiopian Undergraduate Regular Student of the Addis Ababa University, 2nd Year or Higher.
  • For Beneficiary Departments within the CNS, Selection Preference Shall be made in the Order presented in the Table. See link below

Scholarship Worth
Successful Applicants Will Be Awarded a Certificate of Merit, a Monthly Stipend of Eth. Birr 200.00 during the 2011/2012 Academic Year, and some Other Educational Support.

Duration of Scholarship
The Scholarship Award is Tenable for One Year and is Renewable until Graduation, provided the Awardee Maintains the CGPA Required for Renewal to be specified by faculty/school/institute committees at the time of selection.


Number of Scholarship
25 students will be selected for scholarship

For any additional Information, Potential Applicants can Contact their Assistant Deans, who are designated by the ALF governing body as the representatives of their respective faculty/school/institute. ALF does not provide scholarship for a student who is receiving scholarship/grant from another award scheme.

Application Deadline
Before 16th of August 2011
For more details about scholarship and how to apply download scholarship poster

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