Applications are open until November 30th 2020
The two graduates will be among many other fellows (who will graduate in the near future) who will be tasked with establishing Ethiopia’s first Occupational Therapy department in Ethiopia.
UoG would like to inform all regular undergraduate students who would have graduated in the 2020 academic year that registration will be held on November 7- 9, 2020 and Class will start on November 10, 2020.
On this occasion, UoG would like to take this opportunity to thank its dear students for their patience. The University will soon be announcing the introduction of our students after reviewing the preparation of the Supervision Team of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.
The Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program held its first Annual Research Day on Wednesday, August 26, 2020, from 8:15 am- 1:00 pm EST. Ph.D.
The Queen’s Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program Office warmly welcomed the 2020 Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program PhD Fellows virtually on Tuesday, August 25, 2020. The 2020 Mastercard Foundation Fellows will be completing disability-related PhDs in Rehabilitation Science and Law. The 2020 Fellows participated in the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program Orientation, which provided supports to facilitate their …
Now again in the 2020/2021 academic year the Scholars Program at the University of Gondar is recruiting new Scholars who will be some of the continents competent and hard working individuals.
After the eight-month Fellowship program, the Fellows will continue to have access to the DDQIC’s network. Where appropriate, they will be linked to local resources that will help accelerate the growth of their ventures.
New development for all applicants/potential applicants of the fully sponsored Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSc_OT) at Queen’s University in Canada through the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program. Due to the sudden closure of the British Council because of the Pandemic arrangements are currently being made in collaboration with Queens University, Canada and the MasterCard …
According to World Bank and World Health Organization reports, a total of 17.6% of the Ethiopian population consists of people with some form of disability.