Asian University for Women Announces additional 100 New Scholarships for the Students from Afghanistan
Posted on October 4, 2021
Written by AUW
About the Scholarship
Asian University for Women (AUW) has announced additional 100 more new scholarships in total 350 for the nationals of Afghanistan for its spring 2022 Term that begins in January 2022. These scholarships are dedicated toward the women drawn from all 34 provinces of Afghanistan across different ethnic backgrounds. In the additional 100 new scholarships, students from Southern and Eastern provinces of Afghanistan will be given preference. These special scholarships are earmarked only for Afghan nationals. The scholarships cover five years of room, board, tuition, primary health care, costs of books and supplies, an on-campus work-study job intended to defray any incidental personal expenses and one round-trip ticket from Kabul to Chittagong where AUW’s campus is located. AUW seeks students who demonstrate strong academic records and potential as well as a commitment to service in the education and development of others in the community. They will study at AUW, side-by-side with their sisters from 18 other countries, including Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, Indonesia, Palestine, Senegal, Syria and Yemen.
Why is AUW Different from Others?
AUW recognizes that proficiency in the English language is not a measure of anyone’s potential success as a student or, as a citizen. Although the medium of instruction at AUW is in English, no incoming student should be inhibited to apply for admission to AUW because of inadequate prior exposure to English. AUW offers a two-year academic bridge program in the English language and other academic skills that can prepare students to succeed adequately in the undergraduate program that follows. It is the young women’s motivation to learn and succeed that is the single biggest predictor of success.
Undergraduate Program & Majors Offered
AUW offers a two-year academic bridge program in the English language and other academic skills that can prepare students to succeed adequately in the undergraduate program that follows.
AUW Scholarships cover costs of up to two years in the preparatory courses offered under the rubric of our Pathways for Promise and Access Academy as well as undergraduate programs in the following fields:
- Environmental science (B.Sc.)
- Public Health (B.Sc.)
- Bioinformatics (B.Sc.)
- Economics (B.A.)
- Politics, Philosophy, and Economics (PPE) (B.A.)
Who can Apply?
AUW particularly welcomes students who would be the first in their family to enter university. It strongly encourages students from ethnic or religious minorities to apply. At least ten scholarships out of the 350 allocated for Afghan nationals have been reserved for members of the Kuchi community. Interested applicants can apply online by clicking this link http://126.96.36.199:8689/application_Form/
Last date to apply: Rolling basis
(Emails must be written in English sent to both the email address)
Office of Admissions
Asian University for Women
20/G M.M. Ali Road
Kindly note that as we get a large number of enquiries every day, it might take 24-48 hours for AUW Admissions Office to respond to the enquiries. Thank you for your patience and understanding. We would like to reassure you of our highest consideration in addressing your questions.
IT HAS BEEN REPORTED TO US THAT SOME UNSCRUPULOUS INDIVIDUALS HAVE PRESENTED THEMSELVES AS AUW AGENTS IN AFGHANISTAN AND HAVE SOUGHT SUMS OF MONEY FROM CANDIDATES APPLYING FOR ADMISSION AND SCHOLARSHIP AT AUW. AUW DOES NOT CHARGE ANY FEES OR IMPOSE ANY OTHER COSTS ON STUDENTS FROM AFGHANISTAN FOR ANY PART OF ADMISSION APPLICATION OR, IN CASES WHERE THEY ARE ADMITTED, THEIR STUDIES, ROOM, BOARD, INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL OR ANYTHING ELSE. PLEASE CONTACT NISHAT.AKHI@ASIAN-UNIVERSITY.ORG IN CASE YOU ARE AN ADMISSIONS CANDIDATE AND WISH TO GET FURTHER INFORMATION IN THIS REGARD.