Africa Initiative for Governance (AIG) 2017/2018 Scholarship | Requirement – www.aigscholarships.org
Africa Initiative for Governance (AIG) presents an interesting yearly scholarship offer to Africans (Nigerians and Ghanaians).
Yearly award is awarded on the qualifications of qualified candidates (regardless of training) and leadership leadership to study the Ministry of Public Affairs at two universities: University Oxford and the BSG Government School.
However, studies are given on the condition that the candidates will return to their country to work in the public and use their purchase as a replacement. AIG takes care of any financial fees, including money, rents, and fees.
Africa Initiative for Governance (AIG) 2017/2018 Scholarship – As stated above, the AIG scholarship is available only for Nigerians and Ghanaians, unlike other scholarships programs we listed earlier. Some other requirements include:
The applicant must be between the age of 25 and 35.
He must have a minimum of strong second-class upper or equivalent.
His academic qualification should be suitable for an admission to Oxford University and Master of Public Policy (MPP) program.
Applicants’ courses of student are immaterial provided he/she meets the required qualifications
How to Apply for AIG Scholarships
Interested candidates should visit http://aigscholarships.org/Account/Registerand provide their information. You will be sent a link through which you can continue your application after providing the basic information.
Ensure you provide a valid and functional email when registering.After providing the basic information, you can continue on your application by clicking on the “Continue Application” button onhttp://aigscholarships.org/
Candidates are selected for the scholarship based on their academic excellence and analytical ability, moral character, commitment to public service, proven leadership capabilities.
Documents and Other Requirements
Africa Initiative for Governance (AIG) 2017/2018 Scholarship – The qualified candidate selected from the first stage of the application process will be notified and required to provide the following further information.
Their curriculum vitae and academic transcripts.
Four academic or professional references (at least two from the university you studied). The references should not be related to you.Two passport photographsAt most 1500 words personal essay on the following subjects:Reasons why you are interested in public policy and service.
Africa Initiative for Governance (AIG) 2017/2018 Scholarship – The societal problems you care about, how you intend to solve such problem and how the solution will impact on the economy.Why you are interested in the scholarship program at the respective universities and what you will do with the acquired knowledge.practical example detailing how you have demonstrated leadership capability in solving a problem in the past…….
Candidates selected after the final process would have to apply to BSG and/or Oxford University directly for their admission.Scholars must return to their home countries and serve in the public sector for at least three years. They will be expected to sign an agreement on this.The 2018 AIG scholarships application began on August, 14 and will end on October 2, 2017.