The British High Commission together with the Cameroon Chevening Association announces that the High Commission in Cameroon is offering scholarships to five (5) young Cameroonian women with strong leadership potentials and academic excellence, to pursue a Masters degree during the 2012/2013 academic year, in any university or education institutions in Cameroon which offers a recognised university degree.
Eligible candidates for the Cameroon Women’s Scholarship should be willing to study in the following fields: Law, Media and Development Studies.
Interested candidates should apply online latest 31st October 2012, attaching a one-page personal statement and updated curriculum vitae to their application.
Application forms and guides can be found on the British High Commission’s website at www.ukincameroon.fco.gov.uk and Face Book page: www.facebook.com/ukincameroon
More information is available on scholarship’s face book page at: www.facebook.com/cameroonwomenscholarship.
Completed applications should be sent to email@example.com on or before the deadline mentioned above.
The Cameroon Women’s Scholarship was born following the 2011 Commonwealth Day celebration which had as theme “Women as agents of change”, to train young Cameroonian women to a Masters degree level and by so doing empower them to become agents of change in their respective communities.
The project will be funded entirely by the British High Commission from its Bilateral Programme Budget and administered by the Cameroon Chevening Association.