Yale Young African Scholars Program 2024 (Travel Grants Included)

The Yale Young African Scholars Program (YYAS) is an incredible opportunity for high-achieving African secondary school students. Here’s what you need to know about the 2024 program:

Program Overview:

  • Target audience: African secondary school students
  • Purpose: To provide an intensive academic and enrichment experience for students seeking higher education and wishing to become young leaders in Africa.
  • Program format: Both online and residential options are available in 2024.
  • Tuition: Free for both online and residential programs.

Eligibility Criteria for Yale Africa Young Scholars Program:

  • Age: 14-18 years old on July 18, 2024 (born between July 19, 2005 and July 18, 2010).
  • Students attending schools in the Southern Hemisphere must be graduating secondary school by November/December 2024 and no later than November/December 2025.
  • Strong academic record
  • Demonstrated leadership potential
  • Commitment to making a positive impact on Africa

Program Benefits:

  • Academic enrichment: Students will take rigorous courses in various subjects, including leadership development and entrepreneurship.
  • Cultural immersion: Students will participate in cultural activities and excursions.
  • College preparation: Students will receive guidance on applying to universities and colleges.
  • Networking opportunities: Students will connect with Yale faculty, staff, and other YYAS participants.
  • Travel grants: YYAS provides travel grants to cover the cost of travel for students participating in the residential program.

Application Information:

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