The Mo Dewji Foundation is offering scholarship to first-year undergraduates through the Mo Scholar Program.
We believe high-quality and accessible education is not only critical to the development of Tanzania but is also a human right. In Tanzania, only 30% of children enroll in secondary school, and of that group, only 4% enroll in tertiary education.
Committed to empowering Tanzania’s youth, the Mo Scholars program provides scholarships to outstanding high school Form 6 graduates, who want to attend college or university but are unable to afford the cost.
We currently support over 100 students. With the aim of shaping Tanzania’s next generation of leaders, our program builds a supportive community of passionate students and provides them with the capacity to unlock their greatest potential.
Our scholarships are awarded annually to a select cohort of high school graduates, for four years of undergraduate college. covering;
The Mo Scholars Program started in 2016, with only one University, that is the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM), with only 10 students. Since then, we have been providing scholarships for students from different Universities within Tanzania. Now, we are providing scholarships to students, from 13 Universities.
This year application is open for the following universities:
By applying to the Mo Scholars Program and accepting the scholarship award, the recipient agrees to the following terms and condition set forth below. Failure to abide by any of the following terms and conditions shall result in termination of the scholarship award.
The idea for the Mo Dewji Foundation was conceived in 2000, when the CEO of MeTL Group, Mohammed Dewji, driven by passion and ambitions for the society, made great efforts to develop and expand the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility and its role in creating positive change.
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