Ashinaga Scholarships for Orphaned Students from Sub-Saharan Africa

Bachelors Degree

Deadline: 29 Feb 2016 (annual)
Study in:  Any country
Course starts 2016 

Brief description:

Ashinaga presents the “100-Year Vision: Educational Support for Orphaned Students from Sub-Saharan Africa” aiming to provide higher education to 49 brilliant students from 49 Sub-Saharan countries, some of which are among the poorest in the world, and encourage them to become leading professionals in their own countries.

Host Institution(s):

Universities in EU, US, South America, Australia, Canada

Field of study:

Any field of study

Number of Awards:


Target group:

Orphaned or bereaved students from Sub-saharan Africa

Scholarship value/inclusions:

Ashinaga provides the scholars with a concentrated study camp for six months at their facility, Kokorojuku, in Uganda and Senegal, where they are given dedicated support and assistance with their study of various subjects and languages, as they prepare to apply to highly ranked universities around the world.

The scholars are provided with a full scholarship and living expenses for four years during their studies abroad.


The scholarships are open to orphaned or bereaved (having lost one or both parents) students, under the age of 22 from 35 Sub-Saharan Africa who cannot afford to apply to University.

Application instructions:

Applications are done online. There is no application fee.  Deadline for applications is 29 February 2016.

It is important to visit the official website (link found below) to access the application form and for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.


Official Scholarship Website:

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