Deadline: April 28, 2017
Higherlife Foundation is offering Joshua Nkomo Scholarships for students referred to as “Joshualites”. The scholarships are available to Zimbabwean citizens under the age of 21 at the time of applying. The A-level scholarships are for candidates starting Lower 6th and University scholarships are for candidates entering 1st year undergraduate studies. 70% of the scholarships will be for Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) studies, whilst 30% is reserved for other disciplines.
Higherlife Foundation is an Africa-based social impact organisation committed to investing in the future of children through Education. The Foundation is working to scale its impact across Africa by raising 2 million African scholars by 2020. They primarily target orphans and vulnerable children, as well as students from disadvantaged backgrounds, and focus their work in education on the three key areas of Improving Quality of education, Providing Lifelong Development and Providing Access to education.
- Open to Zimbabwean citizens under the age of 21;
- Academic Merit as determined by applicant performance in public examinations (mainly ZIMSEC and Cambridge);
- For A-Level applications, a minimum of SEVEN (7) “A” grade passes is required;
- For University applications, a minimum of TEN (10) points for females and TWELVE (12) points for males is required.
Where there are ties, extra criterion is applied as follows:
- Leadership Potential as demonstrated by levels of responsibility and office bearing in the School and surrounding;
- Communities, as well as confirmed indications of Community Engagements and extra-curricular activity;
- Personal Integrity as deduced from School Reports and reports from other responsible authorities.
NB: Scholarships are for Zimbabwean public institutions only
For more information, visit Joshua Nkomo Scholarships.