Contact the Admissions Department for information on available scholarships.
Applications should submit the following to the Scholarship Committee:
- An application letter requesting the Scholarship.
- A photocopy of College Admission Letter.
- A photocopy of the completed financial worksheet (obtained from Admissions Office).
- Any documentation in support of your vulnerability and need for support.
The Scholarships are limited and scaled down as follows: (a) 100% (b) 75% (c) 50% (d) 25% of the total cost of tuition.
Applicants should indicate in their application the level of the scholarship required. However, the Scholarship Committee reserves the right to determine the actual level of the scholarship. Scholarships are awarded according to the Scholarship Committees financial capacity and, therefore, admission into the College does not necessarily guarantee the applicant a Scholarship.
Please note that only vulnerable Zambians need apply for 100% scholarship including tuition and accommodation and are expected to attach all necessary documents in support of their vulnerability. Those applying for 100% are expected to request for a Social Welfare Recommendation Report from the Social Welfare office in their town of residence.
Scholarship forms for the coming Academic year must be submitted by the closing date of 15th January. For any clarification, contact Admissions Department on telephone +260 97 1507807
As God provides financial grants may be awarded to a student. A grant is a one time donation to the student’s bill in the amount of the approved grant. The Scholarship Committee carefully evaluates a student’s need and makes the determination in regards to giving financial grants. Financial grants are not available to first-year students in the first semester.
For more information on Financial Grants, please contact the office of the Admissions Officer by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.