Don Bosco Scholarship Program
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Don Bosco Scholarship Program with Instituto Salesiano Don Bosco in Cairo and the Italian Foreign Ministry General Directorate for Cultural Promotional and Cooperation.
We provide scholarships for an average of 10 underprivileged students each year to attend the Instituto Salesiano Don Bosco, an Italian secondary technical institute run by Salesian monks. The institute has been a successful model because of its combination of advanced practical training and updated educational techniques. It has branches in about 130 countries and it works in Egypt under the supervision of the Italian Foreign Ministry General Directorate for Cultural Promotional and Cooperation. According to a cooperation agreement between the Egyptian and Italian governments, the graduated Don Bosc students can be admitted to Egyptian and Italian universities.
Students specialize in electrical or mechanical fields; in the three-year program they become qualified operators while in the five-year program, they are trained to be specialized technicians. Scholarship packages include full tuition coverage in addition to a merit-based graduation bonus, depending on students’ excellent performance during the first academic year in the institute.
Since 2005, Sixty-seven students already studying or accepted for study at the Institute have received scholarships enabling them to attend or to extend their studies.
HOW TO APPLY
Scholarship program is renewed annually. Applications are done directly through the Don Bosco Institute."‹
Fulfill the entry requirements of the Don Bosco Institute.
Demonstrate inability to finance studying from own resources.
Do you wish to become an international student next year?
Demonstrate your English skills with IELTS.
Each scholar is awarded a scholarship, which includes university fees, health insurance, educational material, and attendance of seminars.
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