EducationUSA Kigali Scholars Program (ESP) 2020 for Rwandan Students to Study in USA
The EducationUSA office at the Public Affairs Section of the United States Embassy – Kigali, seeks to identify and recruit Rwandan students who scored 75% and above in Senior 4, Senior 5, and Senior 6 to join the EducationUSA Scholars Program (ESP).
Application Deadline: 9th December, 2019.
Eligible Countries: Rwanda
About the Award: EducationUSA’s mission is to assist our Scholars in negotiating the admissions process in U.S. colleges and universities to better their academic futures, with the goal of producing highly-skilled and widely-educated leaders to build tomorrow’s Rwanda.
We do not limit the program geographically; however, students must be able to reach our offices in Kigali as required for full participation. ESP students will work with the EducationUSA Adviser in 2018 to try and secure admission and financial aid to begin classes at U.S. colleges and universities for the Fall 2019 school term.
- A VERY strong academic record, be actively involved in co-curricular and leadership activities, have a strong record of giving back to your community and demonstrate financial need.
- Only students who will graduate from secondary schools in November 2019 and those who graduated in 2018 are eligible to apply. Students who graduated in 2017 and years prior are not eligible.
Number of Awards: Not specified
Value of Award: The Education USA Advising Center works with students through regularly scheduled training sessions to assist them throughout the application process to secure admission and financial aid from universities in the United States. The Centre in turn expects a sincere commitment from the students to give back their energy and time to the program and to their communities.
How to Apply:
- To apply for the 2020 EducationUSA Scholars Program (ESP), students must fully complete the application.
- It is important to go through the Application requirements and process in the Program Webpage (See Link below) before applying.