UNICAF PROVIDES STUDENTS WITH SCHOLARSHIPS AND FREE MTN INTERNET DATA
Unicaf, the global provider of affordable and flexible higher education, which has been expanding rapidly in the last few years, has seen a surge in applications for online university studies, as a result of the pandemic.
In addition to offering generous scholarships and easy payment plans that make international quality higher education affordable, Unicaf has decided to provide further assistance to its scholars, so that they can commence their studies without stress. Through working with MTN, the largest Internet provider in Africa, Unicaf now offers to every new student, who receives a scholarship and registers for an online degree programme with a partner university, 3GB MTN data at no cost.
Unicaf is the gateway to quality higher education, offering internationally recognised degrees, awarded by reputable partner universities: the University of Suffolk, Liverpool John Moore’s University and the University of East London in the UK, and with multi-campus Unicaf University in Africa.
More than $100 million worth of Unicaf scholarships have enabled over 30,000 students around the world to start their academic journey towards earning an internationally recognised degree.
Using the Virtual Learning Environment, (part of the cutting edge Unicaf Online Digital Platform), students have 24/7 access to study materials and the e-library to study in their free time, without neglecting their jobs or families. Unicaf employs the latest technology and innovative tools to enhance the effectiveness of instructional methods and improve the learning experience of students. The VLE facilitates interaction with tutors and fellow students in 156 countries around the world, offering an international perspective.
By helping African students earn internationally recognised Bachelor, Master’s and Doctoral degrees online, Unicaf prevents the loss of local talent to foreign countries. Also, through the research of its doctoral students, Unicaf contributes to the development of African economies, and to the improvement of the educational, scientific and professional standards on the continent.
Find out more about the Unicaf Scholarship Programme at www.unicaf.org