Deadline: November 1, 2015 & January 1, 2016
Are you an African interested in a world class undergraduate education at Duke? Apply to Duke University and you will be automatically considered for the Mastercard Foundation Scholarship. Duke University, supported by $13.5 million in funding from The MasterCard Foundation, fosters growth and development in a select group of students from Sub-Saharan Africa and other developing areas.
At Duke, scholars work with professors who have decades of experience leading projects in Africa. Through challenging classes, research opportunities, and programs designed especially for these students, The MasterCard Foundation Scholars at Duke are provided the educational tools needed to become leaders. Duke recognizes education is a catalyst for social and economic betterment. This visionary program creates a pipeline of leaders for a global society.
Scholarships cover full cost of undergraduate studies at Duke University.
The MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program at Duke is open to students from sub-Saharan Africa who demonstrate financial need, academic ability and merit, and demonstrated commitment to improving the lives of others in their communities.
How to Apply
Students apply to Duke first. All students from Africa will be considered for The MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program based on academic talent, financial need, and interest in improving their communities. See details on Duke Undergraduate admissions.
For more information, visit MasterCard Scholarship at Duke