Since March 2017, we’ve been able to offer MENA Scholarships in partnership with the Cambridge Trust to fund students studying a Master’s degree in Genetic Sciences and Bioinformatics, Public Health & Administration, Law, Computer Sciences and Telecommunications, Energy, or Water & Agriculture at Cambridge University.
Three students have been supported through this scholarship to date. Founded in 1209, the University of Cambridge is the second oldest university in the English-speaking world. It has always maintained its position as a top 10 university with the latest 2020 rankings by Times Higher Education, placing it third in the world.
Starting from March 2020, our MENA Scholarships will be attainable at the Johns Hopkins Bloomsburg School of Public Health. Supported programs include Master of Applied Science, Master of Bioethics, Master of Health Science, Master of Public Health, Master of Science in Public Health, Master of Science, Master of Science Toxicology for Human Risk Assessment, and Master of Arts in Public Health Biology. The Bloomberg School of Public Health is a leading school in the field, ranked 1st by US News and World Report.