U.S. CENTRAL ASIA EDUCATION FOUNDATION
Enterprise Undergraduate Business Fellowship Program
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The Enterprise Undergraduate Business Fellowship Program is an academic scholarship program of the U.S. Central Asia Education Foundation that is administered by the American Councils for International Education (American Councils). Through this program, the Foundation provides business education scholarships (Enterprise Fellowships) to academically gifted students who, due to low family income, may otherwise not be able to receive a university education. Fellows study in the following programs:
KIMEP University | Bang College of Business (Almaty, Kazakhstan):
• Accounting and Audit
The American University of Central Asia (Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic):
• Business Administration Department
• Economics Department
Enterprise Student Fellowships for students commencing their studies in academic year 2017-2018 include full tuition and varying levels of support for living and travel expenses. Fellowships are awarded for the full four-year term of undergraduate study.
Applicants for an Enterprise Student Fellowship must meet all entry requirements for the university they wish to attend, and be accepted as a full-time student prior to being awarded an Enterprise Student Fellowship.
• Tajikistan citizenship
• Proficient in spoken and written English
• Able to demonstrate academic excellence, financial need, and professional attitude and leadership potential in the fields of Business or Economics
• Currently studying in 11th grade or recipient of a high school diploma before fall 2017.
Application materials are available at:
www.us-caef.americancouncilsnetwork.org or http://americancouncils.tj/
Or pick up application materials at American Councils for International Education:
86 Tolstoy Street,
Tel: 221-2103, 221 1795, (44) 6004490
Consultations: Each Tuesday at 16:00 (American Councils, 86 Tolstoy St.)
Frequently Asked Questions
Deadline: 17:00 | January 20/2017