Comprehensive scholarship packages for Egyptian undergraduate students to attend private universities in Egypt, pursue a semester study abroad opportunity in the United States, develop leadership potentials, and enhance employability and career options.
The lotus flower was a symbol of purity, enlightenment and transformation. The LOTUS Scholarship Program respects and celebrates history, traditions, cultures and diversity, and will provide knowledge, skills, and opportunities in the present that will enlighten and transform talented students into future leaders and advocates for development and progress in Egypt.
2013 LOTUS Scholarship Application (Arabic) (415 KB, PDF)
2013 LOTUS Program Brochure (Arabic) (531 KB, PDF)
The LOTUS Scholarship Program is funded by the U.S. Government through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) with the support of the American people. The Program is managed by the Institute of International Education (IIE) through its’ MENA Region Office based in Cairo, Egypt in partnership with a consortium of Egyptian private universities and local organizations.
In 2013, the LOTUS Scholarship Program seeks to offer up to 50 comprehensive scholarship packages to talented and deserving Egyptian students to obtain undergraduate degrees from Egyptian private universities in fields of studies that are important to Egypt’s current and future development.
Eligible students should complete an application form in Arabic according to the requirements and guidelines in the application packet. The deadline for submitting applications has been extended until July 9, 2013.
The LOTUS Scholarship Program seeks Egyptian applicants in their last year of public, experimental or Azhari high school who have outstanding credentials and high financial need.
THIS PROGRAM IS ADMINISTERED BY IIE
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Applications for Fall 2013 Program
Extended to July 9, 2013
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