Coca Cola Offers Scholarships to Arab University Students For Summer Study in the United States
Morocco World News
New York, March 14, 2012
Coca-Cola is providing 100 scholarships for Arab college aged students from across the Middle East & North Africa region, including 50 Egyptians, for a one-month entrepreneurship education program at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business in partnership with the US Department of State. Moroccans, Algerians, Tunisians, Jordanians and Palestinians can also apply.
This multi-faceted, immersion scholarship program is designed to give a group of students the opportunity to learn about business education through an accelerated curriculum.
The program is fully funded including travel to and within the United States, accommodations, meals, fees and visa.
For example, in Egypt, students Must:
- Have Egyptian nationality, currently reside in Egypt and have a valid passport (limited travel experience to the United States is preferred)
- Be currently enrolled in a university and between the ages of 17-22 years
- Fluent in English and has basic knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
Similar rules apply for the other countries. Students apply by entering their idea for how to Make Tomorrow Better in their country via the website below.