The Unicaf Scholarship Programme has awarded so far over $100 million worth of scholarships to more than 30,000 eligible applicants in 156 countries around the world. The scholarships are awarded to talented individuals who are financially challenged and they reduce considerably the cost of tuition fees; the remaining fees are paid in easy installments, as part of tailor-made, affordable payment plans.
Unicaf facilitates the global online delivery of study materials for Bachelor, Master’s or Doctoral degrees through its state-of-the-art digital platform, the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). Online learning is gaining ground as an efficient way to impart new knowledge, skills and qualifications, which is suitable for people living away from urban centres, for family carers, for people with disabilities and for working professionals who cannot give up their careers and salaries to earn new qualifications, in order to seek a promotion or find a better job. The Unicaf VLE, which is available through any mobile or desktop device, enables access to study materials 24/7, regular contact with tutors, access to an extensive e-library collection, and networking with students and professionals in many different countries and cultures. Online delivery of course material through the Unicaf VLE employs modern technologies and methods, (like videos, quizzes, group projects and more), which assist learning by making it more enjoyable and interesting.
Monthly intakes allow students to register with Unicaf throughout the year. While studying in modules allows students to explore in depth one topic at a time before moving to the next.
The four main advantages of studying through Unicaf are: Affordability, Flexibility, Accessibility and Credibility.
Unicaf is based in Europe and has a physical presence, through university campuses or learning centres, in 12 African countries (Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Morocco, Nigeria, Somalia, Uganda, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Zambia and Rwanda) and also has offices in Europe.