Ashinaga Africa Fully Funded Scholarships to Study in Japan, Europe, USA

The Ashinaga Africa Fully Funded Scholarships is an initiative to help students with no or one parent study at one of the best Universities in Japan, Europe, USA

This scholarship opportunity is open to all persons who met the simple criteria below.
The Ashinaga Africa Fully Funded Scholarship selection process is not purely based on academic achievement, it’s based the status of applicants Parenthood; if the applicant’s parents or one of the applicant’s parents is not available

The Ashinaga Africa Scholarship initiative is to help students who have no parents or who have one parent who cannot suppose the students through education. The Ashinaga Africa Scholarship initiative will award the students fully funded scholarship to study any of their choice Courses at any university in Japan, or any University in UK or any European country, or in any University in the United States of America

The Ashinaga Africa Scholarships applications are now open to study in Japan, the U.K., Europe and U.S.A under Fully-funded Scholarship Programme

The Ashinaga Africa Scholarship initiative covers students of Bachelor degree, Education, Master degree, and PhD

The application process for the Ashinaga Africa Scholarship Programme is very simple and done online by first registering on the Ashinaga Africa Scholarship portal.

Once interested applicants are registered applicants will use their account to access and submit scholarship application.

online application is very simple hence interested applicants are encouraged to apply online using application portal. In any case where applicants encounter any challenge, such applicants can also apply using paper application form. For more information on paper application form, applicants should contact the following address; [email protected].

Applicants should also read the Ashinaga Africa Scholarship Applicant Guidebook for full details about the Scholarship programme and for support with application.

Take notice that the application process for the Ashinaga Africa Scholarship is 100 percent free, applicants are not required to pay money for application at all stages

The Ashinaga Africa Scholarship Overview

The Ashinaga Africa Initiative (AAI) is an international leadership program that cultivates the next generation of leaders to contribute to the development of sub-Saharan Africa.

Students referred to above must be are committed to returning to sub-Saharan Africa to initiate change, innovation, and development. The AAI provides access to full financial support to study at university abroad (equivalent to an undergraduate degree), including tuition, room, travel costs and other necessary fees.

The Ashinaga Africa Scholarship programme has three stages.

1. Study Camp and Preparation Camp

Ashinaga will select students from each Sub-Saharan African country to participate in a Study Camp in Uganda or Senegal. Anglophone students will normally attend the Camp in Uganda, with Francophone students attending the Camp in Senegal. During the Study Camp, students are assisted in their academic preparation, university applications to any of these countries; Japan, the U.K., the U.S.A., or other European country, career planning and leadership development.

After completing the Study Camp, the students will progress to a second camp called Preparation Camp. This happens between April and June. Students prepare for the social, cultural, and academic differences they will discover abroad. Students will then proceed to university in August or September. All of the costs during both camps are fully covered by Ashinaga.

For Students who may wish to join the Ashinaga Africa Initiative Japanese language track, in which they students study in the Japanese language at a university in Japan, will follow a similar schedule, however, the students will focus on intensive Japanese language learning throughout the Study Camp. After the Study Camp, the students will move to Japan to spend one or two years at a language school prior to starting their university studies.

2. The second stage is the: During University

The Ashinaga Africa Initiative helps students access full financial support to study abroad. The support covers the first possible qualification that can be earned, and the costs of a foundation or preparatory course will also be covered if required. Ashinaga has regional offices to support students during studies in Japan, the U.K., the U.S.A., France and Brazil. Scholars will participate in a mandatory internship in their home country or Sub-Saharan Africa and join Ashinaga’s leadership development programmes.

3. The third stage is the: After Graduation

Scholars have the responsibility to return to their home countries or Sub-Saharan Africa within four years after graduating and contribute to the country/region while living there for at least one year. The graduated student will have to contact Ashinaga during this period to provide information about their activity and residency.

Eligibility Criteria for the Ashinaga Africa Scholarship Programme

You may to see: Fully Funded Global Scholarship at Uppsala University, Sweden for Foreign Students

The Ashinaga Africa Scholarship is  open to students who;
Have one or no parents.
Have completed secondary school and received the results of their national Secondary School examination within the last two years
or will have completed Secondary School and received final exam results before the application processing.
Were born after 1st September 2000.
Do not have the means to attend university abroad without external financial support.
Are proficient in English, French or Portuguese.
Are regularly ranked in the top 10% of their class during their last 2 or 3 years of secondary school.
Are able to participate in the two Ashinaga preparatory programs, over the course of one year, before attending university.
Are committed to return home, or to Sub-Saharan Africa, and contribute to building a better society in Sub-Saharan Africa after graduating from university.
Have no dependents who could interfere with academic progress.
Have a good enough health condition to be able to study abroad
Have citizenship and have completed/are completing high school in one of the following Africa countries:
Angola
Benin Republic
Botswana
Burkina Faso
Burundi
Cabo Verde
CAR
Cameroon
Chad
Comoros
Côte d’Ivoire
Djibouti
Democratic Republic of Congo
Ethiopia
Equatorial Guinea
Eritrea, Gabon
Ghana
Guinea-Bissau
Guinea Conakry
Kenya, Kingdom of Eswatini
Lesotho
Liberia
Madagascar
Malawi
Mali
Mauritania
Mauritius
Mozambique
Namibia
Niger
Nigeria
Republic of Congo
Rwanda
São Tomé and Príncipe
Senegal
Sierra Leone
Somalia
South Africa
South Sudan
Seychelles
Sudan
Tanzania
The Gambia
Togo
Uganda
Zambia
Zimbabwe.

Ashinaga does not discriminate by gender, race, ethnic background, culture, disability, sexual orientation, religion or any other factors during its application process.

How to Apply for the Ashinaga Africa Scholarship

There are two stages to the Ashinaga Africa Initiative application process;

The first stage is the applicant Registration:

all applicants must first confirm their eligibility by registering for the programme. Only students who register for the programme and are deemed eligible will receive the application form by email. Each decision about an applicant’s eligibility is based on the criteria outlined above and their academic record.

The second stage is the Application proper:

All students who register for the program will receive an email with a link to the application form within 1 month of their registration if they are eligible for the program.

Step by step procedure to apply for Ashinaga Africa Scholarship

Step 1

Create a new account using the ‘Register’ button at the top of application website.

Step 2

You will receive an e-mail (please check spam/junk box) with instructions to begin your registration.

Step  3

Complete your Eligibility Profile to confirm you are eligible for the Ashinaga Africa Initiative.

Step 4

Follow the instructions to complete the applicant registration form.

Documents to Submit  for Ashinaga Africa Scholarship Programme

Registration
Photo or scan of at least one of the following documents; Passport, National ID Card or Birth Certificate
Photo or scan of your most recent Secondary School Term Report/Transcript
Photo or scan of your final Secondary School Examination Results Certificate (if applicable)
For students receiving their examination results in the later date after the application you to send your examination certificate as soon as possible after

Note: All documents must be submitted in French or English if possible. Use the Gregorian (Western) calendar to fill in the application.

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