If you’re an Egyptian national, seeking to earn a Master’s Degree in Development Practice from University of Minnesota, USA, this Fully-funded Egyptian Grant perfect plan for you.
Fully-funded for 2 years, with perks like insurance, the Yousriya Loza-Sawiris Scholarship Program 2020 is for graduate-level students who have the ideas, skills, and initiative to address the global challenges of sustainable development.
See below for details on how to get selected, deadline, eligibility, and how to apply.
Application Deadline: July 6, 2020
In order to qualify,
The scholarship program requires that candidates have a record of:
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Applicants are required to submit two separate applications to the Sawiris Foundation and to the Humphrey School by their respective deadlines
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The Yousriya Loza-Sawiris Scholarship Program is a fully-funded, full-time program for students seeking to earn a Master’s Degree in Development Practice (MDP) from the Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota, USA.
The Master of Development Practice is a two-year degree providing graduate-level students with the skills and knowledge required to better identify and address the global challenges of sustainable development, such as poverty, population, health, conservation, climate change, and human rights.
With a mission to contribute to Egypt’s development, the program supports initiatives that encourage job creation through training, education, and access to microcredit.
The Yousriya Loza-Sawiris Scholarship Program started in the academic year 2016-2017 and has to date offered 7 scholarships.
In 2016; Mohamed Fouad received a Yosra Sawiris Yosra fellowship to study development practices from the Hubert Humphrey School of Public Policy at the University of Minnesota.
“Growing up in a low-income community, I promised myself never to forget what it was like to feel incapable financially. I learned first-hand that it takes more than hard work to escape poverty. It takes the opportunity. While I’m following my passion helping my people to conquer poverty, I found that development and social work would require a deep understanding of finance and how to manage it. Therefore, and for the sake of helping the poor pursuing their socio-economic welfare, I have been investing in promoting my knowledge and experience in both fields; finance and development, and my ultimate life goal is to end poverty through providing personal financial advisory services for deprived individuals around the globe” Mohamed Fouad – YLSS Alumni (2016- 2018)
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