WMI Scholarships for $3,000 in funding for students from developing countries


WMI Scholarship Details:

Donor: Wells Mountain Initiative (WMI)
Countries available for application: Available to all students from different countries of the “developing world”, Sudan, Egypt and all Arab countries.
Academic level: Bachelor’s degree.
Application deadline: March 1, 2022.

WMI Scholarship Explanation:

WMI scholarships range from $300 to $3,000 annually and are awarded throughout the recipient’s undergraduate education. While we have a maximum grant of $3000, we rarely award that high. Our average grant amount is $1,500.

Important notes:

This scholarship accepts large numbers.
There is no application fee!

Funding available in the grant:

Accepted applicants will be awarded $300 to $3,000 to assist them with their current studies.
The grant can be used to:
Tuition and fees.
Books and materials.
Room rent and meals.
There is no fee to accept, process, or purchase an application review number.

Scholarship application requirements:

The applicant must be:
He completed his secondary education successfully, with good to excellent grades.
Are 35 years of age or younger on March 1, 2022.
He will study in his own country or another country in the developing world.
Pursuing or currently studying a Bachelor’s degree or Diploma.
He will be enrolled in a program of study that will benefit the community or contribute to the continued growth and progress of his country of origin.
Plans to live and work in his or her country after graduation.
Show his commitment to giving back and volunteer before applying.

Tips for getting accepted into the scholarship:

Here are suggestions to enhance your chance of receiving this scholarship:
Record and list all your service activities (dates, activities, time spent, photos, etc.)
Add high school and bachelor’s degrees, if available.
Request two letters of recommendation outlining the reasons why you are worthy of this scholarship.
Translate all your documents into English.

Files required for submission:

The following files are required for the application to be considered complete:
A clear personal photo.
Essay (the topic is mentioned in the application form).
2022 application form.
Personal essay statement.
Two letters of recommendation (see how to write them here).
An official transcript of high school grades.
Certificate showing official grades for interpretation of high school grades**
An official transcript of bachelor’s degrees (if applicable).
Certificate showing official grades for interpretation of higher education degrees **
Note that if your certificate interprets the correction system as most certificates do, there is no need for Requirements 7 and 9

How to apply?

Click on the link below.
Register and fill in your details.
After registration, click on the word “Begin”.
Fill in your information and submit the request.

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