Scholarships are awarded based on the following criteria:
1. Demonstrated financial need;
2. Success in high school education completed; and
3. Candidates must not be employed.
The scholarship agreement is extended at the end of each academic year, after Fall exams. Scholarships can be withdrawn in case of repeat years or a GPA dropping below 4.0 (out of 5) in one year. This would entail the loss of further scholarship opportunities.
An application form for scholarships is available from the front office, where completed applications are submiteted. Scholarship awards are made at the time of enrollment ranking lists.
Scholarship applications must include the following: citizenship certificate, high school diplomas and schoolyear certificates, graduation examination results (if applicable), welfare certificates or household income statements for the preceding calendar year or other supporting documents describing the financial need of the candidate and their family.