African Science Academy Pre-University Scholarship Program for African Students 2018
African Science Academy is seeking young female students for its Pre-University Program. Apply today. Scholarships are available for the program.
Application Deadline: 31st January 2018
Eligible Countries: Ghana
To be taken at (country): Ghana
Field of Study: Interested in studying Medicine, Chemistry or Biology at university? ASA may not be the school for you. At ASA, students study an intensive course focused on mathetmatics, physics and computing.
About the Award: Apply to our one year Pre-University Program at the African Science Academy (Ghana):
If accepted to join the African Science Academy , you will enter a life-changing one year program in August 2018, alongside some of the greatest young minds the continent has to offer. The curriculum will be based on the Cambridge International A-Levels in Maths, Further Maths and Physics*.
Type: Secondary school/Undergraduate
Eligibility: Students admitted to African Science Academy are typically between 16-19 years old, female, and from any African country. You will:
- need to have completed your Senior Secondary School Certificate, iGCSEs, O-Levels or equivalent by August 2018.
- have studied Physics and Maths at secondary school and have excellent predicted grades in these subjects.
- be fluent in the English language
- have a passion for learning
Interested in studying Medicine, Chemistry or Biology at university? ASA may not be the school for you. Our students study an intensive course focused on mathetmatics, physics and computing.
Selection: Successful candidates in the first round will be invited to write an entrance exam in maths, physics and problem solving skills. Students will also be asked to submit a short essay on a topic given to them by ASA before they sit the exam. The final stage of the selection process will be a face-to-face interview.
Number of Awardees: Not specified
Value of Scholarship: ASA is searching for excellence. Therefore, no selected student will be turned away because they cannot afford the fees. Applications from promising young scientists are encouraged whatever their financial circumstances. Around 70% of the students receive some level of financial assistance in the form of tuition fee scholarships or bursaries to cover living expenses.
How to Apply: Interested? Apply now!
Award Provider: African Gifted Foundation