Vodafone Ghana Foundation Scholarship Scheme 2022/2023
Overview Of Vodafone Ghana Foundation Scholarship Scheme
The Vodafone Ghana Foundation Scholarship Scheme seeks to increase women’s engagement in Science and Technology in Ghana. The project provides technical and financial support to young girls at the secondary school level, reviewing science and math curriculum, teacher training, teaching manual development and students and teacher motivation through awards and community engagement.
The scheme will identify and award 100 girls with high academic grades but low financial/economic resources to study Maths, Science and Technology courses in Senior High Schools in Ghana and 10 females to study at the University of Education Winneba.The scheme seeks to recognise and reward academic excellence and provide financial and technical support to female students. British Council
manages the scheme on behalf of Vodafone.
What is a Scholarship and how does it work?
A Scholarship is a monetary award made by an institution to individuals or groups of people who cannot afford to pay full fees. Also Internships may be awarded in addition to scholarships where financial need is demonstrated and the prospective student would otherwise be unable to enter the school. Scholarships in Ghana are awarded throughout the year to support student for the next academic year.
Who can Apply for the Vodafone scholarship
Brilliant students who are able to demonstrate clear need for financial assistance. These include:
- Female JHS 3 students about to enter SHS year 1
- Female Year 1 students of University of Education, Winneba.
What courses does the scholarship cover?
- For SHS Scholarship, applicants must have applied to study Science
- For undergraduate scholarship, applicants must have applied to study Science, Mathematics or technology related course at UEW.
How to apply for SHS scholarship
For SHS Scholarship, application dates for 2022 will be communicated by late January
How to apply for the UEW scholarship
The UEW scholarship application dates for 2016 will be communicated by late January