Name of Scholarship: Public School Scholarship Programme
Range: From $7,500 US to $15,000 US/ academic year
Deadline : Last Friday in March in the Year Student is Applying
THIS SCHOLARSHIP IS NOW OPEN!
UPDATED FOR 2018
Please note that scholarship requirements may have changed. The information presented below represents criteria at the time of writing. We encourage you to confirm that requirements have not changed.
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- Scholarship is renewable
- Students are able to apply for separate awards
- Bahamas Ministry of Education, Science & Technology partners with local and international universities and colleges
The Schools Below Have A Partnership With This Scholarship
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- Must be a Bahamian Citizen
- Must be enrolled in a public senior school
- First preference given to students who will be first in their family to receive a college education
- A GPA of 3.00 or greater for academic students
- A GPA os 2.75 or greater for technical and vocational students
- Must pursue one of the outlined careers of national need
- Have at least five (5) BGCSE (Bahamas General Certificate of Secondary Education) Examinations with grade of a “C” or above inclusive of Mathematics and English Language (Academic Student Requirements)
- Must be eligible for a Student Visa/Study Permit, complete all Visa requirements and pay all associated fees
*You will need to have scanned and saved the required documents in PDF format.
Copies of relevant examination certificates and test scores (AP, BGCSE, ACT, SAT, etc.)
Three(3) letters of recommendation:Two (2) from teachers at your school AND One (1) from a guidance counselor at your school
A copy of the college/ university acceptance letter
An up-to-date official school transcript
A copy of the first four (4) pages of your passport or certificate of citizenship
A copy of your valid National Insurance Card
A valid Police Character Certificate
A medical certificate (Required before the issuance of the award)
Applicants are required to submit an original essay on the following topic:
What does a College Education mean to me? (If you are the first in your family please indicate the value this opportunity will bring to you and your family.)