The Watson Middle East Fellowship

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November 01, 2018

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  • Scholarship Description
  • If an applicant is unable to afford the full tuition, Watson offers a certain number of full and partial scholarships each semester. In addition, Watson offers four full ride fellowships: The Enlight China Fellowship (for applicants from greater China, including Taiwan and Hong Kong), The Enlight Women Fellowship (for applicants working to increase access and quality of women and girls education), The Luff Peace Fellowship (for applicants working to promote peace globally), and the Watson Middle East Fellowship (for applicants from the Middle East).

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Watson University
  • 900 Baseline Road
  • Boulder, CO 80302
  • andrew@watsonuniversity.org
  • 720-394-1889

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Ghalia E  on 7/27/2017 4:04:08 PM

do you have to attend Watson to get it

Muhammad Z  on 6/12/2016 1:48:24 AM

I have applied for this scholarship to study hard to get my goal of life,I have applied because I have financial problem that I can not pay my fees.

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