The Tertiary Education Scholarship Trust –TEST is inviting applications for undergraduate scholarships for Ghanaian students to study at KNUST – Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana 2017/2018
Application Deadlines: Continuing Students: 30th June 2017 and First Year Students: 31st August 2017.
Offered annually? Yes
Eligible Countries: Ghana
To be taken at (country): KNUST – Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana
Eligible Subject Areas: Undergraduate courses offered at the University
About the Award: The Tertiary Education Scholarship Trust –TEST – provides four year Full or Partial Scholarships to Needy but Best
right Students to undertake new and/ or continuing Tertiary Education studies at Ghanaian Public Universities and Polytechnics in their own country. The scholarship is currently open for current and new students to study at KNUST – Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana.
Offered Since: 2008
Eligiblity: The scholarship is opened to all brilliant but needy students (current and new) at KNUST – Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana.
Number of Scholarships: Several – not specified
Benefits of Scholarship: Full or partial scholarship
Duration of Scholarship: Four years
How to Apply
Download Application Form and other detailed information from the TEST for Ghana website.Sponsors: The Tertiary Education Scholarship Trust
Important Notes: All candidates should note that no forms will be accepted after the deadline.
For further information regarding the 2017/2018 Ghana School Scholarship, contact the address above.
About The Tertiary Education Scholarship Trust: TEST for AFRICA is a UK Charitable Trust registered in 2008 by the UK Charity Commission (number 1124600). TEST aims to fund the further education of African students. TEST for AFRICA was formed by a group of graduates from Linacre College, Oxford University together with Jennie Travers, who’s late husband John pioneered the formation of the charity Schools Around The World at his company, Cushman & Wakefield.
Its aim is to aid the social and economic development of Africa by enabling bright but needy students to receive undergraduate education at local public Universities and Polytechnics against their personal pledge to work for the benefit of their communities and their nation upon graduation.