Young Africans seeking world-class education and training have a unique opportunity to apply for the 2024 Yale Young African Scholars (YYAS) Program, which is scheduled to be held in the USA. The YYAS program is a rigorous academic and enrichment program, created for African secondary school students who want to pursue a university education and have a lasting influence as young leaders on the continent.
Successfully selected Candidates will get to improve their academic abilities, receive assistance with applying for admission to universities and financial aid, and join a network of young African leaders. Upon completing the program, mentors will be assigned to each student, who will receive guidance from them when they apply to universities.
Qualified students can now submit their application. High-achieving, low-income students without university guidance in their schools or communities receive preference.
Yale Young African Scholars (YYAS) 2024 – What to Expect
The Yale Young African Scholars (YYAS) (YYAS) will provide a residential program option and an online program option for the 2024 edition. Both programs have no tuition fees associated with enrollment. Students from all African nations are welcome to enrol in the 200-student YYAS Workshop (online). For the full duration of the program, participants must be able to access Zoom and Canvas on their smartphone, tablet, or computer with dependable internet.
Given the short program duration, YYAS has strict attendance expectations where students are unable to miss even one day of the program. Upon program completion, students receive a PDF YYAS Certificate of Completion for inclusion in college and university applications.
The YYAS Workshop will focus on career exploration, preparing for the university application process, and making the transition from secondary school to university.
Check the eligibility criteria below:
- By the application deadline, you must be a minimum of 14 years old. Meanwhile, YYAS student ranges in age from 15 to 18.
- Have the ability to engage in a demanding academic program offered in English.
- You’re an African national or have a permanent address in Africa.
- You should currently be attending school in an African nation and be in the 11th grade (or its equivalent internationally).
- You must complete secondary school by at least May/June 2024 if you attend classes in the Northern Hemisphere. If you attend school in the Southern Hemisphere, you must complete secondary school by November/December 2024 at the latest.
How to Apply for Yale Young African Scholars (YYAS) Programme 2024 in the USA?
Prospective Candidates who fulfill the eligibility requirements for the Yale Young African Scholars (YYAS) Programme 2024, should follow the steps outlined below to apply.
- Review carefully the YYAS eligibility criteria to know your eligibility status
- Review the application required components at https://africanscholars.yale.edu/admissions/application-requirements
- Required to submit contact information including parents, teachers or officials at your school.
- Complete the Application:
- Click the ‘Apply Now’ button on the page to start your YYAS application. You might want to write down your email and password to access the application at a later time.
- Check the “Review” page of the application in case of missing required components
- After completing the application, click on the “Review” page.
- Click the “Submit Application” button after which;
- A confirmation receipt will be sent to your inbox that indicates the successful submission of your application.
- Visit the Official Webpage for Further Details at https://africanscholars.yale.edu/admissions/how-apply
10 November 2023.
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