The Hearts Wide Open scholarship.
Influential Ghanaian broadcaster, Nana Aba Anamoah is offering scholarships to needy students through her Hearts Wide Open foundation.
The non-profit organization founded by the affable journalist offers a helping hand to people in dire need. That is why as part of their efforts towards education, they are offering scholarships to students having difficulty paying their school fees.
Thus, the Hearts Wide Open scholarship is open to every needy student. All you have to do is apply via their online portal, heartswideopen.ngo/apply-here/.
The deadline for submission of applications is 17th February, 2022. Therefore, applications are only valid between 3rd February, 2022 and midnight of 17th February, 2022.
Table of Contents
- Transcripts (for continuing students)
- Admission letter (new entrants or freshers)
- Certificates (new entrants or freshers)
- Reference letter (for all applicants) from a lecturer or someone who is relatively respected in society. Can be a banker, lawyer, journalist or anyone gainfully employed. NOTE: The letter must include an email address and active contact number/s.
- Statement of need Or Proof of need. [Why should Hearts Wide Open support you?] (Word Limit: 250)
- Guarantor’s Name. [Someone who guarantees that every information provided by the applicant is true]
How to apply for Hearts Wide Open scholarship
- Visit heartswideopen.ngo/apply-here/
- Select EDUCATION at the Area of support tap.
- Fill out the online application form provided by providing all the relevant information.
Meanwhile, Nana Aba Anamoah officially launched Hearts Wide Open on the 26th January, 2022 at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel. The launch saw attendance from many high profile personalities.
Hearts Wide Open. Spread Joy.
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