MTN Ghana Foundation has announced it will close entries for its Bright Scholarship programme on 17th July 2019.
Applications for the scholarship commenced on June 13th 2019.
The Foundation is therefore urging qualified students who are yet to apply to do so before the closing date.
The scholarship is opened to first year or continuing students pursuing first degree
education in any of the public tertiary institutions in Ghana.
To qualify for the MTN Bright Scholarship, students should have credit passes in six subjects with an overall aggregate of 24 at the WASSCE/SSSCE.
Three of the six subjects should be core subjects; English Language, Mathematics, Integrated Science or Social Studies and the other three must be in the applicants’ respective electives.
Continuing students should have a minimum Grade Point Average of 3.0, be involved in extra-curricular activities, prove to be without any academic
disciplinary issue and must not be serving a bond of good behavior.
Qualified applicants can apply through the web portal at scholarship.mtn.com.gh or visit any
MTN Service Center for applications forms.
Commenting on MTN Bright Scholarship, the Corporate Services Executive of MTN, Mr. Samuel Koranteng, said “we are happy to have launched the second edition of the MTN Bright Scholarship.
“We are committed to providing opportunities for brilliant and needy students to have a bright future through education.”
Mr. Koranteng said “through the MTN Bright Scholarship, we want to ensure that under-privileged students who would have missed higher education as a result of lack of funding get to have access just like other students.”
The MTN Ghana Foundation will award 100 scholarships to students in public tertiary institutions across the country for 2019 academic year.
The commencement of the MTN Bright
Scholarship in 2018 was in fulfillment of a commitment MTN made to Ghanaians during the commemoration of its 20th Anniversary in 2016.
During the celebrations, MTN, through the MTN Ghana Foundation promised to award a total of 300 scholarships over a period of three years.
The first batch of 100 scholarships were awarded in 2018 to students in public tertiary institutions across the country.
For over 10 years, the Foundation has awarded over 1000 scholarships to students from basic school to tertiary level.
Apart from the Bright Scholarship, MTN Ghana Foundation launched the
Teacher Improvement Award Programme in 2015.
Since the inception of that programme, 60 teachers have been awarded scholarships to pursue Bachelors or Masters Degree at the University of Cape Coast and University of Education, Winneba.
The MTN Ghana Foundation continues to invest in sustainable projects aimed at improving the wellbeing of Ghanaians.