PROGRAMMES

ELIGIBILITY FOR OUR PROGRAMMES

Eligibility for Our Programmes

  • Applicants should be normally a national of the following countries: Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen; and a resident in one of the aforementioned countries, with the exception of refugees. Applicants with dual citizenships will not be considered.

  • Evidence of academic, research and/or professional merit (demonstrated through reference letters)

  • Demonstration of future promise (demonstrated through a letter of intent, interviews, and other required essays)

  • Proof of financial need

  • Applicants must already be granted acceptance in one of our partner/listed universities (for a Master's Program)

  • Applicants must have not obtained a degree outside the MENA region.


SUPPORTED FIELDS

  1. Public Health, Health and Medical Sciences (e.g. Epidemiology, Genetic Science, Biostatistics, Clinical degrees, etc.)
  2. Applied Science, Technology, and Engineering (e.g. Mechanical Engineering, Software Engineering, Computer Science, etc.; excludes Architecture)
  3. Law (excludes corporate law) 

Priority is afforded to fields of Health, Genetics, Energy, Computer Science, Telecommunications, Water, Agriculture, and Law.

CURRENT PROGRAMMES

ALTHURAYA CAMBRIDGE SCHOLARSHIP

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 at the University of Cambridge.

ALTHURAYA JHSPH SCHOLARSHIP

Starting from March 2020, our MENA Scholarships will be attainable at the Johns Hopkins Bloomburg School of Public Health.

ALTHURAYA MENA SCHOLARSHIP

Outside our main programs, we also welcome applications to this program for partial scholarships.