CRISTIANO RONALDO FOUNDATION Partners With AFRICAN UNION (AU) To Give 8,500 Scholarships and Jobs for Only 12 African Countries 2018 (APPLY NOW)
Ronaldo, who was named the world’s most charitable sportsperson last year, reportedly spoke to Jorge Mendes, his agent, before last Saturday’s final and asked him to donate the bonus of around £456,000 to a non-governmental organisation
The 32-year-old has supported a number of charities throughout his career, including Unicef, World Vision and Save the Children.
After an earthquake in Nepal kiled over 8,000 people last year, Ronaldo donated £5million to the latter to help their aid efforts in the country
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He is partnering with AFRICAN UNION (AU), declared that The intent of the scholarship is promoting academic excellence through college graduation and providing students a platform to reach their full potentials.
Especially to developing African Countries.
Eligibility for the Scholarship:
Being a citizen of a Sub-Saharan African country.
Come from an economically disadvantaged background
Having demonstrated the will to give back to your community, country, or continent
Having expressed the desire and intention to return to your home country after completing your studies.
Scholarships are awarded for the following subjects:
Business and Economics
Secure Identity in computer science
BA Educational and Educational Science
Medicine and Allied Medicine
Law (legal science)
Information Systems or Business Law
NO OF SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE – 8,500
CRITERIA FOR SELECTION
Strictly a merit based selection by foundation judges and Must come from any the following African Countries: Nigeria,Ghana,South Africa, Botswana, Tanzania,Kenya,Egypt,Algeria, Ivory coast, Cameron,Niger,Gambia, Morocco,Mozambique, Zambia and Mali.
Application opens for The C.Ronaldo Foundation Scholarship : Nov 11, 2017, and closes on February 18, 2018.
How To Apply:
All application is only online.
Use the Application link provided on this website to start your application free of charge.