Scholarships for Arab Students

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Welcome to our resource page of scholarships worldwide for Arab students.
 
If you are an interested student, use the search fields below to find the scholarship programs that are the best fit for you. In your search results, you can find links to individual scholarship program entries with further information. Please send your applications and questions directly to the granting institutionsnot to Al-Fanar Media
 
If you are a scholarshipgranting institution, we encourage you to send information about your programs to our community editor, Nadia Montasser, for inclusion in this resource. 

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Al Ghurair Foundation Scholarship – Arizona State University Master’s Degree (Online)

Type: Master's degree

Type: Master's degree

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) Business Administration, Computer Engineering, Construction Management, Education, Engineering, Environment and sustainability, Medicine, Psychology, Public Health, Sustainable Tourism

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Countries

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Online/Distance

Who: Arab learners below the age of 30 seeking to complete a master's degree. Applicants need to have a minimum GPA of 3.0 (or 85%) in their bachelor's degree and must demonstrate financial need. They must be Arab citizens who hold no other passport.

What: Full scholarship for Arab students to complete their master's degrees online at ASU in 28 specializations across the fields of engineering, technology, health, education, and others (see website for details.) Interested students are requested to complete an online scholarship application on the Foundation website and to gain an acceptance at ASU in order to be considered for the scholarship.

When: Scholarship applications are open three times a year to coincide with three ASU start dates (fall, winter, summer), although exact start dates depend on the program.

Where: Arizona State University (Online)

Program Length: Up to three years

Deadline to Apply: Applications are open for one month at a time in November, March, and June. See website for current application deadlines.

External URL: http://alghurairfoundation.org/en/content/open-learning-scholars

Other Details:

For a full list of the available master’s degrees at ASU see here. The scholarship covers the total cost of university tuition and other mandatory university fees for the master’s degree for up to a period of three years. The program also offers scholars a number of opportunities provided both through the university and/or through the Foundation. These include access to a network of Al Ghurair Scholars around the world, along with academic advising, career counseling and mentorship

Citizenship: All Countries

Destination Countries: Online/Distance

Academic Subject(s): Business Administration, Computer Engineering, Construction Management, Education, Engineering, Environment and sustainability, Medicine, Psychology, Public Health, Sustainable Tourism

Madad: HOPES Scholarships for Syrian Refugees

Type: Master's degree

Type: Master's degree

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Subjects

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Syria

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey

Who: Refugees from Syria, who are under 32 years old, with a valid refugee permit issues UNHCR. They should have no other financial means of support of obtaining the master's degree, and not be a current beneficiary of any other academic scholarships, a valid residency permit, and only 2 years of study interruption since accomplishment of bachelor studies.

What: Annual registration/tuition fees for a Master's degree in any subject except medical + Living allowance covering basic expenses such as food and local travel during the semester.

When: Academic year 2017-2018

Where: Universities in the host countries (Egypt, Turkey, Jordan, Iraq, and Lebanon)

Program Length: Check link

Deadline to Apply: Check link

External URL: http://www.hopes-madad.org/hopes-scholarships/

Citizenship: Syria

Destination Countries: Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey

Academic Subject(s): All Subjects

LSE Middle East Centre Emirates Scholarship

Type: Master's degree

Type: Master's degree

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) Middle East studies

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Algeria, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) UK

Who: Nationals of Arab League states who want to study the Middle East

What: Three scholarships valued at £30,000 including tuition fees and living expenses. One scholarship is reserved for an Emirati national

When: Every year

Where: London School of Economics (LSE), London, UK

Program Length: One year

Deadline to Apply: To be announced (usually April)

External URL: http://www.lse.ac.uk/middleEastCentre/scholarships/Masters/home.aspx

Other Details:

The scholarship is for any full-time LSE master’s program. Scholars will be affiliated with the Middle East Centre for the duration of their study program and will be encouraged to participate in the center’s research activities. Studies must focus on the Middle East (Arab League member states plus Turkey, Iran and Israel). The selection committee chooses candidates based on merit, need and career objectives.

Citizenship: Algeria, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen

Destination Countries: UK

Academic Subject(s): Middle East studies

Al Ghurair Foundation Scholarship – MITx MicroMasters in Supply Chain Management (Online)

Type: Master's degree, Seminars/workshops or other

Type: Master's degree, Seminars/workshops or other

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) Supply Chain Management

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Countries

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Online/Distance

Who: Arab learners below the age of 30 who are high-achieving and have financial need who want to understand supply chain analytics, design, technology, dynamics and end-to-end supply chain management

What: MITx MicroMasters credential online, equivalent to approximately one+ semester at MIT. Full reimbursement of the total cost of the Supply Chain Management MicroMasters program after successfully completing the program (consisting of five courses & a comprehensive exam) within 2 years. For a select number of academically exceptional Arab students with a background in and a commitment to this field who can demonstrate financial need, we offer: (1) Scholarship for the Supply Chain Management MicroMasters program (to be completed within 2 years), & (2) eligibility to receive full scholarship to complete the Master’s on campus at MIT.

When: Courses run every few months throughout the year

Where: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (studying online)

Program Length: Up to two years

Deadline to Apply: Check link

External URL: http://alghurairfoundation.org/en/content/open-learning-scholars

Other Details:

It is important to also note that the MicroMasters is NOT a degree-granting program, nor is it a guarantee of admission to MIT or the SCM graduate program. It is a separate stand-alone professional certificate.

Citizenship: All Countries

Destination Countries: Online/Distance

Academic Subject(s): Supply Chain Management

Al Ghurair Foundation Scholarship – MITx MicroMasters in Data, Economics, and Development Policy (DEDP) (Online)

Type: Master's degree, Seminars/workshops or other

Type: Master's degree, Seminars/workshops or other

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) Economics, Social Sciences, Sustainable Development

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Countries

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Online/Distance

Who: Arab learners under the age of 30 who are high-achieving and have financial need who are interested in building a full set of tools and skills required for data analysis in the social sciences; understanding the problems facing world’s poor; and learning how to design and evaluate social policies that strive to solve them.

What: MITx MicroMasters credential online, equivalent to approximately one+ semester at MIT. Full reimbursement of the total cost of the DEDP MicroMasters program after successfully completing the program (consisting of five courses & in person exams) within 2 years. For a select number of academically exceptional Arab students with a background in and a commitment to this field who can demonstrate financial need, we offer: (1) Scholarship for the DEDP MicroMasters program (to be completed within 2 years), & (2) eligibility to receive full scholarship to complete the Master’s on campus at MIT.

When: Courses begin each year in February, June and September

Where: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (studying online)

Program Length: Up to 2 years

Deadline to Apply: Check link

External URL: http://alghurairfoundation.org/en/content/open-learning-scholars

Citizenship: All Countries

Destination Countries: Online/Distance

Academic Subject(s): Economics, Social Sciences, Sustainable Development

Open Society Foundations—Civil Society Scholar Awards (CSSA)

Type: Ph.D. or other doctoral degree, Postdoctoral work or fellowship

Type: Ph.D. or other doctoral degree, Postdoctoral work or fellowship

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js)

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Afghanistan, Albania, Angola, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovenia, Cambodia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Guinea, Haiti, Kosovo, Laos, Libya, Macedonia, Moldova, Mongolia, Myanmar/Burma, Nepal, Palestine, Papua New Guinea, Republic of Congo, Serbia, South Sudan, Sudan, Swaziland, Syria, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Yemen

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Afghanistan, Albania, Egypt, Guinea, Libya, Palestine, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, Uzbekistan, Yemen

Who: Ph.D. students and faculty members from approved citizenship countries.

What: Grants are available for up to $10,000 for doctoral students and $15,000 for faculty members.

When: Each year

Where: Applicants must be enrolled in a Ph.D. program at home or abroad, while faculty members must be teaching and based in their home countries.

Program Length: The academic projects should be 2-9 months in length.

Deadline to Apply: The deadline for each year's applications are in February/March. Please refer to the program's website for details of the next available program and relevant deadline.

External URL: https://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/grants/civil-society-scholar-awards-20170123?utm_source=Open+Society+Foundations&utm_campaign=a1f68e0a6e-Grants_RSS_email&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_d16374add2-a1f68e0a6e-49383525

Other Details:

The Civil Society Scholar Awards (CSSA) support international academic mobility to enable doctoral students and university faculty to access resources that enrich socially engaged research and critical scholarship in their home country or region.

The awards support activities such as fieldwork (data collection); research visits to libraries, archives, or universities; course/curriculum development; and international collaborations leading to peer-reviewed publication.

Civil Society Scholars are selected on the basis of their outstanding contributions to research or other engagement with local communities, to furthering debates on challenging societal questions, and to strengthening critical scholarship and academic networks within their fields.

Citizenship: Afghanistan, Albania, Angola, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovenia, Cambodia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Guinea, Haiti, Kosovo, Laos, Libya, Macedonia, Moldova, Mongolia, Myanmar/Burma, Nepal, Palestine, Papua New Guinea, Republic of Congo, Serbia, South Sudan, Sudan, Swaziland, Syria, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Yemen

Destination Countries: Afghanistan, Albania, Egypt, Guinea, Libya, Palestine, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, Uzbekistan, Yemen

Academic Subject(s):

The Leonard Education Organization Scholarships (LE.O)

Type: Seminars/workshops or other, Undergraduate

Type: Seminars/workshops or other, Undergraduate

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Subjects

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Palestine

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) USA

Who: Palestinian students residing in Lebanon, Gaza, Jordan, The West Bank.

What: Evaluated on an individual needs basis. Full scholarship to include tuition, room and board. No application fee required. Workshops offered free.

When: Every year

Where: United States

Program Length: Four years, for the duration of the undergraduate degree.

Deadline to Apply: Check link

External URL: http://leonardeducation.org

Other Details:

LE.O works through partners in the region (partner organizations are listed on our site) and will on occasion consider qualified independent applications. Contact us on [email protected].

 

Citizenship: Palestine

Destination Countries: USA

Academic Subject(s): All Subjects

AMIDEAST—Fulbright Foreign Student Program

Type: Master's degree, Ph.D. or other doctoral degree

Type: Master's degree, Ph.D. or other doctoral degree

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Subjects

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) USA

Who: Graduate students, young professionals and artists who want to study any subject (with certain exceptions, such as medicine)

What: University tuition and fees, health insurance, living and other allowances

When: Every year

Where: United States

Program Length: A few months up to two years (depending on the type of grant awarded)

Deadline to Apply: Varies by country – generally May/June.

External URL: http://www.amideast.org/fulbright/how-apply/how-apply

Other Details:

Funded by the U.S. Department of State, the Fulbright Foreign Student Program is a merit-based scholarship program that provides graduate students, young professionals and artists up to two years of funding for graduate-level study at a U.S. university. Admission requirements, length of program, type of award, and application instructions vary by country. To learn about the requirements for your country, visit the Fulbright page on the AMIDEAST website or contact the AMIDEAST field office in your country. You may also reference the United States Department of State Fulbright program page or the Fulbright Commissions in Egypt, Jordan, or Morocco, to determine your eligibility.

Citizenship: Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates

Destination Countries: USA

Academic Subject(s): All Subjects

HQSF Scholarships

Type: Master's degree, Undergraduate

Type: Master's degree, Undergraduate

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) Architecture, Arts and Architecture, Business, Computer Science, Engineering, Science, Engineering, Math

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Palestine

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Canada, Lebanon, Palestine, UK, USA

Who: Palestinian students living in Palestine and Lebanon

What: For postgraduates, the scholarship offers university tuition fees and living allowances. For undergraduates, it offers university tuition fees

When: November for postgraduates. June for undergraduates.

Where: Postgraduate: United States, United Kingdom, and Canada. Undergraduate: Palestine and Lebanon

Program Length: Please check link for specific information

Deadline to Apply: Check the website for latest information.

External URL: http://www.hq-sf.org/

Other Details:

Priority will be given to students with genuine financial need, and with work experience relevant to their field of study. Grantees must sign a binding contract to return to Palestine to work for a stated number of years in his/her field of specialization upon completion of study. Master’s students must be under 30 years of age at the time of application. Undergraduate students must be under 23 years of age at the time of application.

 

Citizenship: Palestine

Destination Countries: Canada, Lebanon, Palestine, UK, USA

Academic Subject(s): Architecture, Arts and Architecture, Business, Computer Science, Engineering, Science, Engineering, Math

Al Ghurair STEM Scholars Program

Type: Master's degree, Undergraduate

Type: Master's degree, Undergraduate

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) Engineering, Mathematics, Science, Science and Math, Science and Technology, Science, Engineering, Math

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Countries

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Canada, Egypt, Lebanon, Turkey, USA, United Arab Emirates

Who: High achieving Arab citizens aged 15 to 30 studying STEM subjects

What: Tuition and university fees, on-campus housing, living allowance, health insurance, visa, flights (for those eligible), non-financial support including internships, career counseling, buddy program

When: Each year

Where: Partner universities in Canada, Egypt, Lebanon, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United States

Program Length: Duration of the degree (until graduation and does not need to be renewed)

Deadline to Apply: Next deadline to be determined. Application cycle generally opens in November of the year before admission and deadline is generally January of the year of admission.

External URL: https://www.alghurairfoundation.org

Other Details:

If you are an exceptional student with a passion for Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM) and you are curious, creative, and determined to pursue your dreams regardless of your circumstances, the Al Ghurair STEM Scholars Program can offer you the scholarship and support system you need to realize your goals. Applicants must be Arab citizens with no other passport and must be able to show proof of financial need.

Citizenship: All Countries

Destination Countries: Canada, Egypt, Lebanon, Turkey, USA, United Arab Emirates

Academic Subject(s): Engineering, Mathematics, Science, Science and Math, Science and Technology, Science, Engineering, Math

Turkiye Scholarships: Higher Education Scholarships for Syrians in Turkey

Type: Master's degree, Ph.D. or other doctoral degree, Undergraduate

Type: Master's degree, Ph.D. or other doctoral degree, Undergraduate

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Subjects

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Palestine, Syria

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Turkey

Who: Refugees from Syria (Palestinian refugees or stateless persons from Syria) who are already residing in Turkey and who are registered with the Turkish authorities with a valid foreigners’ identification number (starting with the numbers 98 or 99)

What: Tuition fees, monthly financial support (a monthly stipend to cover living expenses including accommodation and food costs), health insurance, one-year Turkish language course for students who do not meet universities’ language proficiency requirements

When: Every year

Where: Public and private universities in Turkey

Program Length: Check link

Deadline to Apply: Check website for this year's deadlines.

External URL: suriye.turkiyeburslari.gov.tr

Other Details:

Students already enrolled in universities are also eligible to apply for these scholarships.
Women and individuals with special needs are particularly encouraged to apply.

More links to check: www.unhcr.org/turkey
www.hopes-madad.org

Citizenship: Palestine, Syria

Destination Countries: Turkey

Academic Subject(s): All Subjects

Chevening Scholarships For One-Year Master’s Degree Programs in UK

Type: Master's degree

Type: Master's degree

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Subjects

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Algeria, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, Yemen

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) UK

Who: Candidates from over 160 countries including Algeria, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Libya, Morocco, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Oman, Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia, Syria, Tunisia, Yemen

What: Full scholarship including tuition fees, monthly stipend, return economy-class air fare.

When: Every Year

Where: United Kingdom (England, Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland)

Program Length: One academic year

Deadline to Apply: Applications open in August every year. Deadline to apply varies for each country.

External URL: http://www.chevening.org

Other Details:

Chevening is the UK government’s international awards scheme aimed at developing global leaders. Funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organisations, Chevening Scholarship recipients are personally selected by British Embassies and High Commissions throughout the world.

Chevening offers a unique opportunity for future leaders, influencers, and decision-makers from all over the world to develop professionally and academically, network extensively, experience UK culture, and build lasting positive relationships with the UK.

Citizenship: Algeria, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, Yemen

Destination Countries: UK

Academic Subject(s): All Subjects

Helen Landsdowne Resor Scholarship

Type: Undergraduate

Type: Undergraduate

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) Arts, Arts and Architecture, Design, Graphic Design

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Countries

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Countries

Who: Female creative advertising undergraduates, attending eligible schools (see site for list) and no less than 12 months from completion of their degree by mid May

What: Up to $10,000 tuition

When: Every year

Where: Student's home country

Program Length: One academic year

Deadline to Apply: Check website for this year's deadline. Generally mid-May.

External URL: https://www.jwt.com/hlrscholarship/

Other Details:

The international Helen Lansdowne Resor (HLR) Scholarship supports and promotes talented female creative advertising students from around the world in honor of the industry’s first female copywriter, Helen Lansdowne Resor. The program will run through to 2020.

Dating back to the early 1900s, Helen was an industry pioneer, credited with sparking celebrity testimonial campaigns with her use of endorsements from socialites, European royalty, and actresses in her work for Pond’s Cold Cream. Helen Lansdowne Resor’s creative capacity helped to push the barriers and shatter traditional formulas of advertising.

Helen was a working mother and ardent feminist who championed the advancement of women’s rights both inside and outside of the agency. During her tenure, J. Walter Thompson was known as the “Women’s Agency,” where bright young talented females were given opportunities that had been traditionally offered exclusively to men.

Each year, the HLR Scholarship seeks to award five female creative students scholarships up to $10,000. In addition, each recipient will receive a paid summer internship at a J. Walter Thompson office in her respective region, an offer of a J. Walter Thompson mentor and “first look” placement consideration upon graduation.

Citizenship: All Countries

Destination Countries: All Countries

Academic Subject(s): Arts, Arts and Architecture, Design, Graphic Design

SPARK Scholarship

Type: Seminars/workshops or other, Undergraduate, Vocational degree

Type: Seminars/workshops or other, Undergraduate, Vocational degree

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) Agriculture, Engineering, Science, Engineering, Math, Social Work

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Syria

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey

Who: Syrian or Palestinian students under 24 years of age holding a valid ID card, passport, or temporary governmental protection ID/ Residency permit, or completed registration with UNHCR as a documented refugee. Only available for persons already present in the territory the scholarship is requested for.

What: Tuition / enrolment fees, and a monthly stipend

When: Every year

Where: Accredited universities and/or institutions in Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey and Iraq (KRG). Students can only apply for the scholarship offered in their current country of residence i.e. if they are based in Lebanon they can apply for the SPARK scholarships offered in Lebanon only.

Program Length: Bachelor’s degree scholarship covers the tuition of the first academic year only, but may be renewed annually based on student performance and availability of funds.

Deadline to Apply: Varies. Check website for specific dates for your territory. (Lebanon, Iraq and Turkey are in June, while Jordan is in September)

External URL: http://spark-syria.eu/application-center/

Other Details:

The aim of the SPARK scholarship scheme is to assist educational institutions in Jordan, KRG, Lebanon and Turkey with their response strategy amid the Syrian crisis, to contribute to the study and career prospects of Syrian refugees in these neighbouring countries, and to help build community cohesion. Suitable candidates for the scholarship scheme are motivated Syrian students with promising pre-qualification profiles who want to play an active and meaningful role in their communities, either in their host countries or in the future reconstruction of Syria. The SPARK scholarship scheme can be used for a number of selected institutes in Jordan, KRG, Lebanon and Turkey.

Citizenship: Syria

Destination Countries: Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey

Academic Subject(s): Agriculture, Engineering, Science, Engineering, Math, Social Work

Koç University Graduate Scholarships

Type: Master's degree, Ph.D. or other doctoral degree, Postdoctoral work or fellowship

Type: Master's degree, Ph.D. or other doctoral degree, Postdoctoral work or fellowship

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) Archaeology, Arts, Arts and Architecture, Business, Business Administration, Computer Engineering, Economics, Engineering, Finance, Law, Law and Government, Management, Marketing, Mathematics, Medicine, Dentistry, Public Health, Political Science, Psychology, Science, Science and Math, Science and Technology, Science, Engineering, Math, Social Sciences, Sociology/Anthropology

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Countries

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Turkey

Who: Students who have completed an undergraduate bachelor's degree program

What: For Ph.D. scholarships: annual tuition waiver, subsistence allowance (monthly stipend in Turkish Lira), shared accommodation near campus, health insurance, office space, laptop, coverage of thesis related expenses and other benefits. For Master's degree scholarships: full or partial annual tuition waiver. Other benefits (e.g. housing, monthly stipend) may be added depending on academic merit.

When: Every year

Where: Istanbul, Turkey

Program Length: Ph.D. programs and scholarships: 4 years. Master's with thesis degree programs and scholarships: 2 years

Deadline to Apply: Same as program application deadline every year. Check website for specifics.

External URL: https://graduate.ku.edu.tr/

Other Details:

There is no separate application process for PhD or Master with Thesis Scholarships. As a candidate you simply apply to your program(s) of choice and if you receive an admission offer you will also receive the scholarship. For detailed information on the specific benefits awarded by each Graduate School please visit the websites below:

Graduate School of Sciences and Engineering Financial Aid page https://gsse.ku.edu.tr/financial-aid

Graduate School of Social Sciences and Humanities Financial Aid page http://gsssh.ku.edu.tr/financial-aid-packages

Graduate School of Health Sciences Financial Aid page: http://gshs.ku.edu.tr/Scholarship

Graduate School of Business: https://gsb.ku.edu.tr/en/faq

For any questions about how to apply please email the Global Recruitment Team [email protected]

Citizenship: All Countries

Destination Countries: Turkey

Academic Subject(s): Archaeology, Arts, Arts and Architecture, Business, Business Administration, Computer Engineering, Economics, Engineering, Finance, Law, Law and Government, Management, Marketing, Mathematics, Medicine, Dentistry, Public Health, Political Science, Psychology, Science, Science and Math, Science and Technology, Science, Engineering, Math, Social Sciences, Sociology/Anthropology

Open Society Foundations—Palestinian Rule of Law Awards (PROL)

Type: Master's degree

Type: Master's degree

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) Law, Law and Government

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Palestine

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Hungary, USA

Who: Students from Palestine wishing to study for a one-year LLM program.

What: LLM degree scholarships awarded on a merit-basis to lawyers or law graduates normally resident in the West Bank and Gaza to study in the United States and the Central European University (CEU) in Budapest, Hungary.

When: Every year

Where: Select universities in the United States and at the Central European University, Hungary

Program Length: One year

Deadline to Apply: Check website for this year's deadline. Generally mid-February.

External URL: https://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/grants/palestinian-rule-law-awards

Other Details:

The Palestinian Rule of Law Awards (PROL) provide scholarships for one-year academic master of laws (LLM) programs for qualified applicants from the West Bank and Gaza for study at selected law schools in the United States and the Central European University (CEU) in Budapest. Applicants must be proficient in spoken and written English and Arabic, able to demonstrate professional aptitude and leadership potential, and be committed to returning to the West Bank or Gaza after completion of the program to serve as leaders in their field of specialization.

Approximately five awards were available in 2017–2018.

Citizenship: Palestine

Destination Countries: Hungary, USA

Academic Subject(s): Law, Law and Government

KSP Student Excellence Scholarship for Arab Students

Type: Master's degree, Ph.D. or other doctoral degree

Type: Master's degree, Ph.D. or other doctoral degree

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Subjects

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Countries

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Europe, France

Who: Nationals from Arab countries. Applicants must already be admitted to PSIA in a master's program.

What: Scholarship of up to 20,000€ for two year masters, or up to 19,000€ for one year master's course.

When: Every year

Where: Paris School of International Affairs of Sciences Po, Paris

Program Length: Up to two years

Deadline to Apply: Applications start in October of the year before admission.

External URL: www.sciencespo.fr/psia/kuwait-program

Other Details:

The KSP Excellence Scholarship for Arab students intends to support the next generation of leaders and experts coming from the Arab World and the Gulf Region who specialize in the broad field of international affairs. The current call for applications is dedicated to graduate students admitted to the Paris School of International Affairs of Sciences Po (PSIA).

For further information e-mail: [email protected]

Citizenship: All Countries

Destination Countries: Europe, France

Academic Subject(s): All Subjects

Central European University Scholarships for Studies in Public Policy

Type: Master's degree, Ph.D. or other doctoral degree

Type: Master's degree, Ph.D. or other doctoral degree

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) International Affairs, International Development, Law and Government, Public Administration, Public Policy

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Countries, Syria

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Hungary

Who: All applicants regardless of nationality are automatically considered for scholarships; earmarked scholarships for Syrian students for all the degrees; MENA-region scholarship for the 2-year Master of Public Administration program

What: 50-100% tuition waiver and health insurance. Top candidates receive accommodation and a living stipend in addition.

When: Each year

Where: School of Public Policy at Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

Program Length: 1-3 years, depending on the degree

Deadline to Apply: Check website for details. Deadline last year was in February.

External URL: https://spp.ceu.edu/financial-aid

Other Details:

 

CEU is committed to attracting talented students from around the world. The University offers a range of scholarship, fellowship, and loan options for students studying in the School of Public Policy (SPP) and encourages students to seek external sources of funding. SPP aims to educate exceptional minds who aspire to be influential leaders in the public policy field. Our goal is to empower students by giving them the knowledge, skills, and real-world experience they will need to effect positive change for the common good in the public, nonprofit, and private sectors.

MENA region scholarship: http://spp.ceu.edu/middle-east-scholarships

School of Public Policy: http://spp.ceu.edu/

Citizenship: All Countries, Syria

Destination Countries: Hungary

Academic Subject(s): International Affairs, International Development, Law and Government, Public Administration, Public Policy

Luminus Education Scholarship

Type: Seminars/workshops or other

Type: Seminars/workshops or other

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Subjects

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Jordan, Syria

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Jordan

Who: Syrian refugees in Jordan, and Jordanians

What: Tuition fees for all programs

When: Every year

Where: Luminus Education universities and colleges in Jordan

Program Length: Depending on the program type—Four academic years; two and a half academic years; one year diploma; and two months courses

Deadline to Apply: Check site for deadline details

External URL: http://le-scholarship.com/

Other Details:

Located in Amman, Jordan, Luminus Education includes Al Quds College, Arcana Training Centre, Bella Amman, and SAE Institute.

Citizenship: Jordan, Syria

Destination Countries: Jordan

Academic Subject(s): All Subjects

Said Foundation Scholarships

Type: Master's degree, Ph.D. or other doctoral degree

Type: Master's degree, Ph.D. or other doctoral degree

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Subjects

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) UK

Who: Syrians, Palestinians (including Palestinian in Israel), Jordanians and Lebanese

What: Full scholarships for master's degrees and (exceptionally) Ph.D. Covers tuition fees, a maintenance allowance for a single person, arrival allowance, thesis allowance, flights and visa application fees.

When: Every academic year

Where: United Kingdom only. Applicants must apply to one of the Said Foundation's 26 partner universities in the United Kingdom (see website for a full list of partners.)

Program Length: Primarily offered for one year postgraduate courses, but in exceptional circumstances will consider applicants for two year courses. The Foundation also supports 1-2 Ph.D. scholarships a year at Oxford and Cambridge universities only.

Deadline to Apply: Please check website for exact deadline each year.

External URL: http://saidfoundation.org/scholarships-programme

Other Details:

The Said Foundation offers 20-25 postgraduate scholarships annually to outstanding individuals who demonstrate the potential to become leaders and innovators of change. Only applicants from the Foundation’s target countries Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Palestine (including Palestinians in Israel) can be considered. Priority is given to candidates permanently resident in the target countries. The Foundation can, however, consider Syrians residing elsewhere due to current circumstances in Syria.

Citizenship: Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria

Destination Countries: UK

Academic Subject(s): All Subjects

DAFI—Albert Einstein German Academic Refugee Initiative Fund

Type: Undergraduate, Vocational degree

Type: Undergraduate, Vocational degree

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Subjects

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Egypt, Iran, Sudan, Syria, Yemen

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Africa, Argentina, Benin, Botswana, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cameroon, Chile, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia, Georgia, Ghana, India, Iran, Kenya, Kyrgyz, Mozambique, Nigeria, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Russian Federation, Rwanda, Senegal, Serbia & Montenegro, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Sudan, Syria, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda, Uruguay, Yemen, Zambia, Zimbabwe

Who: Refugees in developing countries in Africa and Asia, aged under 28

What: Registration/tuition fees and subsistence allowance depending on local circumstances in each country

When: Every year

Where: Developing countries where DAFI programs are available. Check the website for the latest list.

Program Length: One academic year, then renewed for 3-4 years maximum

Deadline to Apply: Check website for your local deadline.

External URL: http://www.unhcr.org/pages/49e4a2dd6.html

Other Details:

UNHCR provides, on a limited basis, scholarships for refugees at the tertiary level in universities and polytechnic institutions through the Albert Einstein German Academic Refugee Initiative Fund (DAFI). Funding for this programme is provided by the Federal Government of Germany. Applicants must have a recognised refugee status, and should select a course that is likely to lead to employment in their country of origin. The granting of scholarships is limited to students contemplating courses of four, or fewer years’ duration, with reliable prospects and high probability of employment. Full length university courses in medicine and similar courses will normally not be entertained. One exception to this are refugees who had their education in their country of origin disrupted, who require assistance for four years or less to complete their education in the country of asylum, and who are able to provide credible records of their previous studies.

Citizenship: Egypt, Iran, Sudan, Syria, Yemen

Destination Countries: Africa, Argentina, Benin, Botswana, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cameroon, Chile, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia, Georgia, Ghana, India, Iran, Kenya, Kyrgyz, Mozambique, Nigeria, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Russian Federation, Rwanda, Senegal, Serbia & Montenegro, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Sudan, Syria, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda, Uruguay, Yemen, Zambia, Zimbabwe

Academic Subject(s): All Subjects

The Institute of International Education’s Scholar Rescue Fund (IIE-SRF)

Type: Postdoctoral work or fellowship

Type: Postdoctoral work or fellowship

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Subjects

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Countries

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Countries

Who: Professors, researchers and intellectuals from any country, field or discipline who are under threat.

What: A grant of up to US$25,000, along with individual health insurance, to support a visiting academic appointment of up to one year (renewable for a second year).

When: Varies

Where: IIE-SRF partner academic institutions worldwide

Program Length: Varies. Typically 9-12 months.

Deadline to Apply: Applications are accepted at any time throughout the year, and qualified applications will be reviewed by the IIE-SRF Selection Committee on a quarterly basis.

External URL: http://www.scholarrescuefund.org/scholars/instructions-and-application

Other Details:

Since 2002, IIE-SRF has provided life-saving support to nearly 700 scholars from more than 56 countries in partnership with over 370 host institutions in 43 countries around the world. IIE-SRF fellowships support visiting appointments for threatened scholars to continue their work in safety at partnering academic institutions worldwide. Candidates may apply directly or be nominated by a third-party. SRF will work to identify a suitable host partner for successful candidates who apply without a prearranged host institution. Applications are reviewed for academic qualifications, the quality/potential of the candidate’s work, and the urgency of the threat. Preference is given to scholars who face immediate, severe and targeted threats to their lives and/or careers in their home countries or countries of residence or who have recently fled from such conditions. Applications from female scholars and scholars who are members of ethnic, racial, cultural or religious minority groups or those otherwise underrepresented in their field are encouraged.

The Committee meets at least four times per year and may convene on an emergency basis, as needed.

Citizenship: All Countries

Destination Countries: All Countries

Academic Subject(s): All Subjects

University of Bradford Global Development Scholarship

Type: Master's degree

Type: Master's degree

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Subjects

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Countries, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Mauritania, Palestine, Somalia, Sudan, Syria

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) UK

Who: Graduates from Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Mauritania, Palestine (Gaza and West Bank), Somalia, Sudan, Syria wishing to pursue a master's degree (the panel will consider applications from students from other countries in certain circumstances)

What: Full-time master's degree (excluding MBA) tuition fees, accommodation and £4,200 per year to cover living costs. Each scholarship is worth approx. £25,000.

When: Every year

Where: University of Bradford, United Kingdom

Program Length: One to two years

Deadline to Apply: Generally mid-May each year. Check website for details

External URL: http://www.bradford.ac.uk/fees-and-financial-support/university-scholarships-and-support/info/global-development-scholarship-2017-18

Other Details:

The University of Bradford offers scholarships to students who face financial hardship because they reside in a country in crisis as the result of an uncertain political climate, war or natural disaster. Applicants no longer need to have secured an offer to study at Bradford before they apply for this scholarship. Instead, applicants should apply for the scholarship before applying for a place at the university. Candidates must meet the minimum academic and English-language requirements to be considered. Please see the website for the minimum requirements, which vary by country.

Citizenship: All Countries, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Mauritania, Palestine, Somalia, Sudan, Syria

Destination Countries: UK

Academic Subject(s): All Subjects

The Islamic Development Bank (IDB) Master of Science Scholarship Program

Type: Master's degree

Type: Master's degree

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) Agriculture, Engineering, Medicine, Medicine, Dentistry, Public Health, Science and Technology, Science, Engineering, Math

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Afghanistan, Benin, Burkina Faso, Chad, Comoros, Djibouti, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Maldives, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Niger, Palestine, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Togo, Uganda, Yemen

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Benin, Brunei, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, Comoros, Cote Divoire, Djibouti, Egypt, Gabon, Gambia, Guinea, Guniea Bissau, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Jerusalem, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Kyrgyz, Lebanon, Libya, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Mauritania, Middle East, Morocco, Mozambique, Niger, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Suriname, Syria, Tajikistan, Togo, Tunisia, Turkeministan, Turkey, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Yemen

Who: Students under the age of 30 from eligible member countries pursuing master's degrees in science and technology subjects, engineering, agriculture and medicine.

What: Program includes tuition fees, cost of living allowance, health insurance, round-trip airfare, clothing/books, computer and research allowances, as well as a conference participation allowance.

When: Each academic year

Where: Any university or institution in any of the IDB member countries.

Program Length: Two years

Deadline to Apply: Deadline is generally in January of the year the master's degree would commence.

External URL: http://www.isdb.org/irj/portal/anonymous?NavigationTarget=navurl://ec61fd4c088c45fa5ef909229a0411f4

Other Details:

Students must have a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent in science and technology subjects and be citizens of an IDB member country. Grantees will pursue a two-year master’s degree in an IDB member country institution. In addition, there are three scholarships specifically for the study of statistics and related disciplines such as applied statistics, demography and econometrics. These applicants must be employed with at least one year’s experience as a statistician in a member country.
Candidates must be nominated by an academic research institution in their country and must return to their countries after completion of the program.

Citizenship: Afghanistan, Benin, Burkina Faso, Chad, Comoros, Djibouti, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Maldives, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Niger, Palestine, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Togo, Uganda, Yemen

Destination Countries: Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Benin, Brunei, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, Comoros, Cote Divoire, Djibouti, Egypt, Gabon, Gambia, Guinea, Guniea Bissau, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Jerusalem, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Kyrgyz, Lebanon, Libya, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Mauritania, Middle East, Morocco, Mozambique, Niger, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Suriname, Syria, Tajikistan, Togo, Tunisia, Turkeministan, Turkey, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Yemen

Academic Subject(s): Agriculture, Engineering, Medicine, Medicine, Dentistry, Public Health, Science and Technology, Science, Engineering, Math

American Association of University Women (AAUW) International Fellowships

Type: Master's degree, Ph.D. or other doctoral degree

Type: Master's degree, Ph.D. or other doctoral degree

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) Academia, Arts, Arts and Architecture, Business, Civil Society, Government, Law and Government, Science, Science, Engineering, Math

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Countries

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) USA

Who: Female students pursuing a graduate degree or post-graduate research who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents.

What: Tuition and living expenses: $18,000 for master's students. $20,000 for doctoral students. $30,000 for post-doctoral students.

When: Annual

Where: Accredited universities in the United States

Program Length: One year. Up to five fellowships are renewable for a second year

Deadline to Apply: Generally December 1 in the year before the fellowship

External URL: http://www.aauw.org/what-we-do/educational-funding-and-awards/international-fellowships/

Other Details:

Since 1917, the AAUW has awarded more than 3,400 fellowships to women from more than 140 nations. Recipients are selected for academic achievement and demonstrated commitment to the advancement of women and girls. Past recipients have returned to their home countries to become leaders in business, government, academia, civil society, the arts and sciences.

International Fellowships are awarded for full-time study or research in the United States to women who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Both graduate and postgraduate studies at accredited U.S. institutions are supported.

Applicants must have earned the equivalent of a U.S. bachelor’s degree in the year before they apply for the fellowship, and must have applied to their proposed institutions of study by the time of the application.

Citizenship: All Countries

Destination Countries: USA

Academic Subject(s): Academia, Arts, Arts and Architecture, Business, Civil Society, Government, Law and Government, Science, Science, Engineering, Math

Arab-American Medical Association Medical Student Scholarships

Type: Master's degree, Ph.D. or other doctoral degree

Type: Master's degree, Ph.D. or other doctoral degree

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) Dentistry, Medicine, Medicine, Dentistry, Public Health

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Countries

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Canada, USA

Who: Students of Arab descent enrolled in U.S. or Canadian medical, osteopathic or dental schools.

What: Up to $1000 per year

When: One academic year

Where: USA or Canadian medical, osteopathic or dental schools; must already be accepted in a program.

Program Length: 1 year

Deadline to Apply: Check website.

External URL: http://www.naama.com/foundation/education/

Other Details:

Scholarships are based on need and merit, two to three scholarships offered per year.

Citizenship: All Countries

Destination Countries: Canada, USA

Academic Subject(s): Dentistry, Medicine, Medicine, Dentistry, Public Health

Aga Khan Foundation International Scholarship Program

Type: Master's degree, Ph.D. or other doctoral degree

Type: Master's degree, Ph.D. or other doctoral degree

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Subjects

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Egypt, Syria

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Countries

Who: Postgraduate students from Syria and Egypt. Preference given to those under 30.

What: Combined grants and loans (50%/50%) for postgraduate studies in any field, as well as tuition and living expenses

When: Every year

Where: Globally

Program Length: Two years

Deadline to Apply: Application cycle starts in January for the following year's admissions. Deadline for submissions is generally in March.

External URL: http://www.akdn.org/akf_scholarships.asp

Other Details:

The Aga Khan Foundation provides a limited number of scholarships each year for post-graduate studies to outstanding students from developing countries who have no other means of financing. Strong candidates have excellent academic records and have already gained admission to an accredited university or institute. They are expected to have thoughtful and coherent educational and career plans. Candidates are also evaluated on their extra-curricular interests and achievements, potential to achieve their goals and likelihood to succeed in a foreign academic environment. In addition, applicants are expected to have some professional experience in their field of interest.

Scholarships are awarded on a 50 percent grant/50 percent loan basis. The foundation gives priority to master’s level studies but also considers applications for Ph.D. programs in cases where a doctoral degrees is necessary for a student’s career goals. Requests will also be considered for travel and study awards for Ph.D. students doing their research in developing world countries on topics judged to be of interest to the Aga Khan Development Network.

Citizenship: Egypt, Syria

Destination Countries: All Countries

Academic Subject(s): All Subjects

AMIDEAST—The Hope Fund Program

Type: Undergraduate

Type: Undergraduate

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Subjects

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Palestine

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) USA

Who: Palestinians with demonstrated financial need throughout the Mideast, but especially in the West Bank, Gaza Strip, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria

What: Scholarship assistance is based on need, and consists of a combination of financial aid from US colleges and universities, payment of test fees, travel and visa expenses and other supplements. Financial need must be documented by completion of a financial aid form, bank information, wage statements, etc.

When: Every year

Where: Hope Fund partner Colleges and universities in the United States

Program Length: 4 years undergraduate study

Deadline to Apply: Vary by country. Please check the Hope Fund website.

External URL: http://www.amideast.org/our-work/academic-and-cultural-exchange/opening-doors-higher-education/hope-fund-program

Other Details:

The Hope Fund provides talented, underserved Palestinian youth who possess leadership potential with an opportunity to pursue an undergraduate degree at an American-style college or university. The Fund guides students through the application process, assisting with the selection of schools, registering for tests, etc. It targets Palestinians living below the poverty line throughout the Mideast, but especially in the West Bank, Gaza Strip, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria, where the needs are most urgent. The Hope Fund is highly selective and open only to Palestinian students with demonstrated financial need. Students must have high grades and strong test scores in order to qualify for a scholarship, as all scholarships are awarded by colleges and universities, not the Hope Fund. Scholarships are not guaranteed, since the financial aid decisions are made exclusively by the schools and not the Fund.

Citizenship: Palestine

Destination Countries: USA

Academic Subject(s): All Subjects

AMIDEAST—Diana Kamal Scholarship Search Fund (DKSSF)

Type: Undergraduate

Type: Undergraduate

Subjects: (not on design, for Angular.js) All Subjects

Citizenship Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia, Yemen

Destination Country: (not on design, for Angular.js) USA

Who: Underserved youth in Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia, and Yemen

What: Scholarship assistance is based on need, and consists of a combination of financial aid from U.S. colleges and universities, payment of test fees, travel and visa expenses and other supplements. Financial need must be documented by completion of a financial aid form, bank information, wage statements, etc.

When: Every year

Where: AMIDEAST partner colleges and universities in the United States.

Program Length: Four years of undergraduate study

Deadline to Apply: Varies by country. Check website for your country's information.

External URL: http://www.amideast.org/our-work/academic-and-cultural-exchange/opening-doors-higher-education/diana-kamal-scholarship-search-fund-dkssf

Other Details:

AMIDEAST identifies students of exceptional accomplishment and promise who wish to pursue undergraduate study at an American-style college or university, but cannot afford to do so. The Fund guides students through the application process, assisting with the selection of schools, registering for tests, etc. Students must have high grades and strong test scores in order to qualify for a scholarship, as all scholarships are awarded by colleges and universities, not the Fund. Scholarships are not guaranteed, since the financial aid decisions are made exclusively by the schools and not the Fund.

Citizenship: Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia, Yemen

Destination Countries: USA

Academic Subject(s): All Subjects

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