The Baker Hughes Scholars Program in Angola provides selected students scholarships towards the completion of their undergraduate degree in Angola.
Students currently enrolled in an undergraduate program in engineering, (geo)sciences, petrochemical or business related field at a University in Angola.
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You can apply by filling out an application form and sending it together with all requested supporting documents to IIE.
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$5,000 USD per year for 3 years to be applied towards university tuition, books, fees, and living costs.
The Baker Hughes Foundation is a U.S. based 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization created in 1994 to support a variety of social needs. Contributions are generally targetted in the key sectors of culture, children, education, and health.
Learn more about the Baker Hughes Foundation
The 2014 application is now open.
Deadline: March 28, 2014
Access the application form here.
THIS PROGRAM IS ADMINISTERED BY IIE
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