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No. As long as you meet the school’s acceptance requirements, you will qualify for the scholarship.
The scholarship exists for the entire duration of the program as long as you remain a full-time student.
First, you must contact Aspire Skills Hub. You will be presented with a variety of schools and programs to choose from, after which you will be assigned a recruiter who will assist you throughout the application process
The recruiter will guide you through the application process for your chosen school and program. You will also be advised on the requirements based on your program. You will need to pay an application fee and a program fee once you have gained admission.
When you receive your admission letter from the school, you will need to notify Aspire, after which your scholarship letter will be sent to you.
No. scholarships are available to students of other nationalities around the world. We cater to the needs of students from all over the world.
As soon as you gain admission, you will need to contact the International Students Office of your school on the requirements for receiving your I-20. Upon meeting these requirements, your I-20 documents will be posted to you, after which you can now begin your visa application process.
The Acquisition of a visa is at the sole discretion of the consular at the Embassy.
Upon arrival, you will take part in an orientation with ABN aimed at giving you more information about the school and also enabling you to familiarize with the Ghanaian community.
Yes. We can also facilitate your accommodation, health insurance and legal aid needs.
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