Scholarships for Young African Students with Entrepreneurial Initiatives in Africa

In partnership with international corporations such as Intel, GSK and SEACOM, the Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance is offering scholarships, summer grants, and internships to young African students with entrepreneurial initiatives in Africa.

Opportunities include:

Harambe Fletcher Scholarship
Full tuition awards to pursue a master program at The Fletcher School at
Tufts University starting in September 2013.
Harambe Egon Zehnder Internship
Summer internships which support travel, accommodation and competitive
compensation to work in London and Hong Kong.
Harambe GSK Fellowship
Summer grants to support the feasibility studies of entrepreneurial
ventures, pioneered by young African students.

To review the 2012 recipients and learn more about our Alliance please read the compendium of our 5th annual Harvard University and Bretton Woods
Symposium .

If you know young and entrepreneurial Africans, who could benefit from the opportunities of our Alliance, please share the Harambe Advantage and our website with colleagues or groups of young Africans who you think may be interested in the opportunities of our Alliance.
Selected candidates will be invited to attend the 6th annual Harambe Bretton Woods Symposium, which will be held at Babson College, Harvard University and the historic Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, April 5-8, 2013.

Application Deadlines

– Early Admission Deadline is November 30, 2012
– Regular Admission Deadline is December 30, 2012
– Application Available at www.healliance.org

Please feel free to contact  admissions@healliance.org.

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