Arizona State University, in collaboration with the Mastercard Foundation, will offer graduate scholarships to support the education of 25 promising young African professionals at the Master’s level for a variety of programs over the course of four years (2021 – 2025). This scholarship program is administered by EdPlus, a central enterprise unit of Arizona State University that focuses on the creation and scalable implementation of digital teaching and learning models with the purpose of increasing student performance and reducing barriers to achievement in higher education. This is a completely intensive and traditional on-campus Master’s program that lasts for two years.
The program’s primary focus is on preparing education technology specialists for Africa. During the period that classes are in session, Scholars have the chance to work part-time with the Baobab team to obtain practical experience implementing the strategic goals of the Baobab Platform. This opportunity is available to Scholars. The Baobab Platform is an online learning community that will eventually consist of over 70,000 ambitious young African leaders from all around the world. This community will be implemented online. Scholars will get financial support to take part in a two-month internship in Africa that is relevant to their academic program and will take place between their first and second years of study.
About the Scholarship Sponsor:
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Scholarship Sponsor(s): Arizona State University
Scholarship Country: United States
Scholarship Worth: Fully Funded
Scholarship Type: Masters
Nationality: International Students
The following expenses will be covered by the scholarship:
- expenses incurred during the processing of visa applications
- expenses incurred for examinations of English language ability
- Expenses incurred for the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or other comparable exams
- Transportation by plane to and from Phoenix, Arizona
- The total cost, including textbooks and fees
- Participation in various Scholarship-related activities.
Eligibility for Scholarship
- Applicants are required to have a genuine interest in participating in one of the programs that are available and eligible.
- A high level of English proficiency is required of applicants in order for them to be considered academically qualified for admission to the degree program of their choice.
- All applicants are required to be citizens of an African nation.
- To be eligible to apply, candidates must be between the ages of 18 and 35 on the day that the application is due.
- Applicants are required to provide evidence of previous leadership and service in their respective communities.
- Applicants are required to demonstrate that they come from economically disadvantaged backgrounds and be able to demonstrate that they do not have the financial resources, either from their family or from other sources, to pursue graduate studies in their native country or anywhere else.
- All applicants are needed to have completed at least four years of coursework leading up to the awarding of a bachelor’s degree.
- Applicants cannot have begun or finished any other graduate degrees prior to August 2023.
- Candidates are required to have the ability to remain based in Phoenix, Arizona for the whole term of the program.
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The ASU/Mastercard Foundation 2023 Baobab Digital Innovation Scholarship(Fully-funded) is open to all International Students
- In the event that you are unable to complete the application online due to a lack of internet access, you are welcome to download, fill out, and email firstname.lastname@example.org with your submission.
The application deadline for ASU/Mastercard Foundation 2023 Baobab Digital Innovation Scholarship(Fully-funded) is October 7, 2022