WANT TO EMPOWER THE NEXT GENERATION OF LEADERS?
MAU's "Work & Learn" scholarship program provides a medium through which needy students may receive financial assistance while gaining working experience through community service and volunteer activities. The purpose of the MAU "Work & Learn" Scholarship Fund is to provide 14 to 16 weeks (10 hours per week) of work/study volunteerism in exchange for 50% of one semester tuition scholarship.
MAU strives to train highly competent professionals who are committed to provide quality work while emulating Christ example, making a difference in the lives of communities in which they serve. Our programs aim is to produce graduates who will be equipped with knowledge, attitude, and skills in the areas they are trained, and working in semi-independent capacity. Our University desires that its graduates, faculty, and alumni reach the highest potential and equip them with skills, knowledge, and values necessary for service for Christ and country.
The MAU "Work & Learn" awards scholarships are based on the following review process. Areas that are reviewed by the committee include but not limited to the following: Academic accomplishments, community service, references, personal commitment to work/study and financial need. MAU pays scholarship funds directly to the recipient's account prior to final exams each semester. Scholarships are awarded each semester. These MUA scholarships are awarded without regard to tribe, race, color, ethnicity, or gender. Scholarships awarded are based upon the availability of funds and additional qualifying criteria.
MUA currently has over 1500 students of various backgrounds and social standings from all over Malawi, on both of our campuses (Lakeview College, Malamulo College of Health Sciences & Blantye Online Learning Center), all with great leadership potential and aspirations for a better life.
Applicants must be completing or have completed high school successfully with a minimum unweighted GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale.
Applicants must be accepted and enrolled as a full-time student at MAU for the upcoming academic semester.
Applicants must pay 50% of their tuition costs at the beginning of the semester to qualify for this scholarship.
Preference will be given to students who have performed outstandingly during previous scholarship awards and who have not yet graduated.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
For every $800 that you donate one student can be in the program for one semester! For more information contact Edunite2Serve at:
3721 New Macland Rd Suite 200-312, Powder Springs GA, 30127.
Frank Milazi, CFO (704)-936-7165, email@example.com.
Malawi Adventist University (MAU) was stablished in 2004 by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Malawi to offer high quality Christian higher education. Both the 50-year-old Malamulo College of Health Sciences and the 20-year-old Lakeview Seminary were merged into our world-class blended high education institution of today.