Unicaf and the highly-esteemed Richard George Foundation have signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) in a bid to promote the Unicaf Scholarship Scheme. The MOA was signed on the 24th of January by both parties, guaranteeing a 75% Unicaf Scholarship to mentees, graduates, students, employees and partner organisations of the Richard George Foundation. The aim of this partnership is to advance its members’ skills through the Unicaf professional development and academic programmes as well as develop marketing activities and expand relationships of both organisations.
Through Unicaf’s state-of-the-art Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), members of the Richard George Foundation would be able to study online at Unicaf partner universities – Liverpool John Moores University, the University of East London and the University of Suffolk in the UK, the University of California, Riverside Extension in the USA and multi-campus Unicaf University in Africa.
Unicaf, with its headquarters in Europe is the leading online higher education platform with students from 190 countries. More than $100 million worth of scholarships have already been offered, thus enabling thousands of students to transform their lives positively.
About Richard George Foundation
The Richard George Foundation is a registered, private, non-governmental and non-profit organization with headquarters in Abuja, Nigeria and an office in London, United Kingdom.
The Richard George Foundation’s vision is to raise Africa’s Change Makers – with focus on young and talented African graduates from polytechnics and universities in Nigeria predominantly, as well as the rest of Africa as a whole. Its objective is to provide social, educational and economic empowerment to high-achieving students through expert mentoring guidance.
For more information and to apply for a Unicaf Scholarship, click here.