Jusoor launched its Hardship Fund in 2016 to provide gap funding to students enrolled in undergraduate and master programs at academic institutions outside of Syria who are at risk of dropping out because of financial need. To date the program has supported 27 students who have been provided one-time financial assistance of up to $5,000, which the students can use toward university tuition and fees. The funds are awarded as a loan without interest, with an individual repayment plan developed for each student. Returned funds will support new students in the future.
This page will be updated with all funding and eligibility details when the scholarship reopens for applications. Unfortunately, we cannot give estimates on when scholarship applications will open. To receive all updates on scholarship application openings please subscribe to our newsletter.
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