Fully Funded Scholarship 2021 for International Students: (Deadline 1 March 2021)
Apply for Fully Funded Scholarship 2021 for International Students at Developing Countries. The deadline for this application is 1st March 2021.
Wells Mountain Initiative Scholar Program for developing countries is open for Developing Countries . The scholarship allows Bachelor, Undergraduate level programs in the field of All Subjects taught at University of Choice of candidate in developing or any other country. The deadline of the scholarship is 01 Mar 2021.
Highly competitive scholarship opportunity for students in developing countries. Scholarships support students who are earning their first certificate, diploma or
bachelor’s degree. Scholarship award lasts throughout all years of undergraduate education
Wells Mountain Initiative Scholar Program for developing countries is available to undertake Bachelor, Undergraduate level programs at .
Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.
- All Subjects
student from developing countries.
Maximum 50 to 60 scholarship will be provided. Each scholarship will provide maximum USD 3000 per year and will include.
- Tuition and Fees
- Also, Books and other material
- Moreover, other related costs.
The Ideal Candidate – A student, male or female, from a country in the developing world who:
- Successfully completed a secondary education, with good to excellent grades
- Also, is 35 or under on March 1
- Likewise, will be studying in his or her country or another country in the developing world
- Moreover, is pursuing his or her first bachelor’s degree or diploma
- However, will be enrolled in a program of study that will benefit the community and/or contribute to the continued growth and advancement of his or her home country
- Furthermore, plans to live and work in his or her own country after graduation
- Also, has demonstrated his or her commitment to giving back and has volunteered prior to applying
- Moreover, may have some other funds available for his or her education, but will not be able to go to pursue his or her tertiary degree without financial assistance.