The Scholarships Office of the Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi Foundation for Public Policy Research in Ras Al Khaimah has announced the extension of receiving applications for scholarships for Emirati students who wish to study until July 15.
The scholarships cover tuition fees from 50% to 100% with monthly allowances.
The office said on its website that it aims to support the Emirate’s leading students and government employees in pursuing their undergraduate or postgraduate studies, and is calling on students seeking scholarships to submit applications through the website of the institution.
According to the data obtained by “Emirates Today”, the office offers a range of full, partial and additional scholarships to study in or outside the country.
Funding and financial allocations are determined based on university acceptance, degree programs and available budget.
The office confirmed the provision of scholarships to private universities in the country covering 100% of undergraduate tuition fees and 50% of master’s degree tuition fees.
For scholarships in public universities in the country, monthly stipends are paid for bachelor’s degrees and 50% of tuition for master’s degrees is paid.
He added that with regard to scholarships to universities abroad, monthly awards for undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs will be paid to students with scholarships from the Ministry of Education, and full scholarships including tuition, monthly allowances, health insurance and travel expenses. tickets for master’s degree students in line with the needs of the government of Ras Al Khaimah.
He added that one of the conditions to apply is that the student must be a citizen of Ras Al Khaimah, be granted unconditional admission to a qualified academic degree or professional qualification, and have academic integrity.
Applications for scholarships are open annually from April to the end of June, but the office has decided to extend the deadline to July 15.
Applicants are invited to complete electronic applications and submit the required documents to the scholarship portal before the deadline.
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