Deadline: March 1, 2020
Students from developing countries wishing to obtain an undergraduate degree but don’t have the support are now invited to apply for the Wells Mountain Initiative scholarship program. The scholarship will sponsor successful students the opportunity to study at any university in their country or any university in a developing country. Wills Mountain Initiative’s ideal candidate is male or female living in a developing country.
Overview of the scholarship
- All candidates must have completed high school or secondary education and obtained good grades in their studies.
- The students accepted will be studying in their country or another developing country around the world.
- Because the scholarship is to give back to society, upon successful completion of studies scholars must plan to reside and work in their own country.
- Must have volunteered before applying for this scholarship and/or are willing to volunteer during the WMI academic year.
- Maybe you have funds available but it is not enough to cover your full cost of studies.
- The scholarship range from $300 USD to $3000 USD which will be available to you throughout your undergraduate study.
Benefits of the scholarship
- The full cost of tuition is cover under this scheme
- Books and academic materials
- Accommodations and feeding
- Must be a citizen of a developing country and residing there
- Be 35 years of age or under the age of 35 years.
- Will be enrolled in a study program that will benefit the community and/or leads to the continued growth and progress of its country of origin.
How to apply
The application process is done online by filling the online application form with the required documents or you can mailed (post) your application to the institution address.
- A Clear personal photo
- An Essay (topic is stated on the application form)
- Correctly fill out the 2020 application form
- Write a personal essay statement
- Send two recommendation letters*
- An Official transcript of grades from secondary school
- An Official grading key to interpret secondary school grades**
- An Official transcript of grades from tertiary studies (if applicable)
- An Official grading key to interpret tertiary grades**
- An Official results from your national exam
- An Official grading key to interpret scores on your national exam**