SCHOLARSHIPS

The purpose of the EU scholarship is to aid students complete their studies, encourage Christian scholarship and ownership in the recipient. The funding is not a right, students are required to apply for all but the Merit scholarship. Financial aid will be granted on the availability of funds designated for the same. The scholarship can be withdrawn when the stipulated guidelines are breached.

The EU Merit Scholarship is granted at entry point to the student scoring the highest points at Grade 12. It covers 75% on fees, excluding ration. It is available to the Undergraduate Residential programs only. The scholarship lies in the domain of the Academic office, it cannot be applied for.

Purpose

The purpose of the EU Merit scholarship is:

  1. to encourage intellectual competence and Christian scholarship

  2. to provide financial aid to the recipient.

Criteria

The EU Merit scholarship is awarded:

  1. at entry point in the first year.

  2. to the student scoring the highest points at Grade 12 level (O levels) in that particular intake.

  3. to students in any of the disciplines i.e. Theology, Education (Secondary and Primary), or Missions and Developmental studies.

Recipient’s’ responsibilities

The recipient:

  1. is required to maintain a minimum overall GPA of 70 (B+).

  2. must exhibit Christian maturity and a sense of God’s direction in their lives.

  3. must remain in fellowship with their Church as is stipulated in the Graduation requirements.

The EU 25% Work Scholarship is granted at the discretion of the University’s Financial Committee. The scholarship covers the tuition fee only and the amount given is determined by the need at hand. Students are required to apply for the scholarship.

Purpose

The purpose of the 25% Work Scholarship is to:

  1. ensure that the needy student is not excluded from continuing their studies due to lack of funding.

  2. encourage responsibility and ownership in the recipient by working for the funding.

Criteria

The 25% Work scholarship is awarded:

  1. to needy students at any point of study in any year.

  2. to students in any of the disciplines i.e. Theology, Education (Secondary and Primary), or Missions and Developmental studies.

Recipient’s’ responsibilities

The recipient

  1. academic performance must be above par.

  2. is required to work for it by doing manual work on Campus.

  3. must exhibit Christian maturity and a sense of God’s direction in their lives.

  4. must remain in fellowship with their Church as is stipulated in the EU Graduation requirements.

The scholarship is granted at entry point to a practicing Pastor/Minister’s spouse. The scholarship covers 50% of the tuition fee only and is given once in a year. Students must apply for the scholarship.

Purpose

The purpose of the Pastor’s Spouse Scholarship is to provide financial aid to the recipient.

Criteria

The Pastor’s Spouse Scholarship is awarded to:

  1. A Pastors’ wife; the pastor must be involved in active ministry and not retired.

  2. a student enrolled in any of the disciplines i.e. Theology, Education (Secondary and Primary), Missions and Developmental studies or Institute for Women in Ministry.

Recipient’s’ responsibilities

The recipient:

  1. is required to maintain a minimum GPA of 60%.

  2. must exhibit Christian maturity and a sense of God’s direction in their lives.

  3. remain in fellowship with your Church as is stipulated in the Graduation requirements.

The Pastor’s Child scholarship is granted at entry point to a practicing pastor/minister’s child. The scholarship covers 50% of the tuition fee only. Students must apply for the scholarship.

Purpose

The purpose of the Pastor’s Child Scholarship is:

  1. to encourage scholarship in Pastors’ children and

  2. to provide financial aid to the recipient.

Criteria

The Pastor’s Child Scholarship is awarded to:

  1. Pastors’ Children only, whose parent must be involved in active ministry NOT retired. It is not available to dependents of the Pastor.

  2. a student enrolled in any of the disciplines i.e. Theology, Education (Secondary and Primary), or Missions and Developmental studies.

Recipient’s’ responsibilities

The recipient is required to:

  1. maintain a minimum overall GPA of 65 %.

  2. exhibit Christian maturity and a sense of God’s direction in your life.

  3. remain in fellowship with your Church as is stipulated in the Graduation requirements.