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Arizona State University (ASU), one of our partner universities and a leader in online learning, was recently ranked in 2018 as the most innovative university in the United States (US News and World Report, 2018). It offers over 50 online master’s programs across a range of fields. The Foundation is now offering scholarships for 33 different specializations, spanning the fields of engineering, technology, health, education, tourism, and more as part of the Al Ghurair Open Learning Scholars Program.
Click here for more information about ASU's offerings, the list of academic programs we support, and to request more information about the program from ASU.
The Foundation offers full scholarships for a range of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and other degrees relevant to the Arab region for Arab youth who fulfill our eligibility criteria (described below). Interested students are requested to complete our online application on our student portal. However, in order to gain the scholarships, students must (1) apply to and receive an acceptance from ASU to one of the Foundation’s supported online master’s programs, and (2) apply to and receive an acceptance to the Al Ghurair Open Learning Scholars Program.
The Scholarship covers the total cost of university tuition and other mandatory university fees for the master’s degree for up to a period of 3 years. The program also offers scholars a number of opportunities provided both through the university and/or through the Foundation. These include:
Access to a network of Al Ghurair Scholars around the world
Academic advising, career counseling and mentorship
In order to be eligible to apply for the Al Ghurair Open Learning Scholars Program at Arizona State University, you must be:
Be an Arab citizen – you must not hold a second non-Arab passport. Preference is given to residents of the Arab world for at least 12 years.
Be below 30 years old
Be academically high-achieving – you must have a cumulative GPA of no less than 3.0 in your bachelor's degree (or 85%). Students with a master's degree are not eligible for this program.
Require financial support – you must be willing and able to show proof of your financial need in your application
Students are invited to submit applications to the Al Ghurair Open Learning Scholars Program scholarship at any time. We select a group of scholars to enter one of ASU's master programs three times a year.
|ASU Start Date||AGFE Scholarship Application Cycle|
|Spring or Summer 2020||June 9th - August 25th, 2019|
Please check back for more detailed information on dates and deadlines.
Read and understand all the requirements to complete your scholarship application for the Al Ghurair Open Learning Scholars Program at ASU found on the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page, by clicking on the “Have Questions” link at the bottom of this page
Prepare your required documents for your application. The list of required documents are listed in the FAQ section.
Attend an online information session during each of our application cycles to learn more about the program. To register, click here.
Create a profile on the Foundation’s Student Portal, which can be accessed by clicking on the “Ready to Apply” link at the bottom of this page
Create and complete your Al Ghurair OLS Program application
Apply for the ASU Online Master’s Degree of your choice as soon as possible. Please make sure that it is a program that is supported by the Foundation by clicking here.
Wait to receive an email from us about the status of your application. Please check your inbox and junk folders regularly as we may need clarifications on your application.
This program is currently closed for application and will be available again Fall 2019. If you are interested in an online Master’s degree please check our program with Arizona State University which offers 33 specializations.
What is the MITx MicroMasters in Supply Chain Management?
The MicroMasters in Supply Chain from MITx is an advanced, professional, graduate-level foundation in Supply Chain Management. It represents the equivalent of 1 semester's worth of coursework at MIT.
The MITx MicroMasters credential consists of five intensive on-line courses covering all aspects of logistics and supply chain management along with an in-person or online, proctored comprehensive final exam. It is important to also note that the MicroMasters is NOT a degree-granting program nor is it a guarantee of admissions to MIT or the SCM graduate program. It is a separate stand-alone professional certificate.
The support we provide to Arab youth interested in the SCM through the Al Ghurair Open Learning Scholars Program is as follows:
Please note that this scholarship will be based on a rolling application basis. Students can submit their applications on our student portal at any time, without a deadline, by clicking on "Ready to Apply" at the bottom of the page. Please expect to hear from us no sooner than between 4-6 weeks after you submit your application.
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