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Scholarships

Several organizations have teamed up with UoPeople to create funds and help students pay for their Exam Processing Fees. Each fund is catered to a specific demographic and is open for the relevant population to apply. UoPeople works very hard to raise as many of these funds as possible in order to remain aligned with our mission of opening access to higher education and serving as many individuals in need as we can. In order to apply for a UoPeople scholarship, students must first complete their application and be admitted to UoPeople. 

 

UoPeople currently offers the following scholarship funds:

HP Scholarships & Mentoring ›
Learn more about HP’s two-year scholarship and e-mentoring support program for female students at University of the People.
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Gabriel & Marci Hawawini Scholarship ›
The Gabriel & Marci Hawawini Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to study at UoPeople.
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Western Union Scholarship ›
The Western Union Scholarship provides scholarships for students from: Brazil, China, Colombia, India, Jamaica, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Philippines, Romania, Russia, Senegal, and Turkey.
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Intel Haitian Women Scholarship ›
The Intel Haitian Women Scholarship fund provides scholarships for women in Haiti to study towards an Associate Degree at UoPeople.
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Fondation Hoffmann Scholarship ›
The Fondation Hoffmann Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to study at UoPeople.
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Kruger Myanmar Scholarship ›
The Kruger Myanmar Scholarship provides scholarships to study at UoPeople.
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Small Giants Scholarship Fund for Refugees ›
The Small Giants Scholarship Fund for Refugees is a scholarship for degree-seeking students who are are refugees and/or asylum seekers.
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Microsoft 4Afrika ›
The Microsoft 4Afrika Scholarship Program provides 1,000 African students with full funding towards the study of an Associate degree and access to a host of Microsoft programs.
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University Scholarships ›
If you are accepted to study at UoPeople and you cannot find any suitable dedicated scholarship, you may apply for a University Scholarship.
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