Financial Assistance

  1. Government Student Aid: Higher Education Loans Board (HELB)
    Feb 14, 2019 - Students of Kenyan nationality at USIU-Africa can apply for loans from HELB as long as they meet the required criteria. Interested applicants must commence the application process by registering online to enable them access HELB loan forms. A...    
  2. Externally Funded Scholarships and Grants
    Feb 14, 2019 - The university continues to seek partners to help fund the Financial Aid programs. The following are some of the partners currently funding scholarships at USIU-Africa. Please note that the availability of these grants and scholarships largely...    
  3. Work Study Programs
    Feb 14, 2019 - This provides part-time employment opportunities for full-time students at USIU-Africa who demonstrate financial need. Campus Work Opportunity (CWO) The Campus Work Opportunity (CWO) program provides part-time employment opportunities for full-time...    
  4. Institutional Scholarships
    Feb 14, 2019 - USIU-Africa offers scholarships to bright and needy students who would like to join the university, for their undergraduate studies. All scholarships except the Sports Scholarship, are advertised on the USIU-Africa website and in any of the two...    
  5. Graduate Merit Awards
    Feb 14, 2019 - These are 25% tuition-only merit awards for eligible applicants already admitted into the graduate programs offered at USIU-Africa. There are six (6) scholarships per semester for the top 6 applicants for the Master of Business Administration (MBA)...    
  6. Institutional Grants & Waivers
    Feb 14, 2019 - USIU-Africa offers merit and need based grants to continuing students to assist in paying school fees. Students must have completed a semester at USIU-Africa to apply. Vice Chancellor's Grant This is a 25% tuition-only scholarship for continuing...    

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