A group of 100 aspiring young entrepreneurs from across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region embarked recently on a trip of a lifetime as part of the Coca-Cola MENA Scholarship Program, a monthlong educational initiative developed by the U.S. Department of State and the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.
Course Level: Program is available to a group of 100 aspiring young entrepreneurs from across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
Study Subject: Program is available to attend a month-long business program at Indiana University’s prestigious Kelley School of Business, one of the top-ranked business programs in the United States.
Scholarship Award: The program is fully funded including travel to and within the United States, accommodations, meals, and university and visa fees.
Scholarship can be taken at Indiana University, United States
Eligibility: The program brings together future leaders from seven territories who were selected from more than 6,000 applicants to learn the business and social entrepreneurship skills and pursue their professional dreams. Each of the seven territories participating in the program – Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Palestine, Pakistan, and Tunisia – are sending 14 students to participate in the MENA Scholarship Program at Kelley School of Business’ Global Business Institute.
Nationality: Applicants from Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Palestine, Pakistan, and Tunisia can apply.
How to Apply: All applicants have to do is share their business idea on how to “Make Tomorrow Better” in Egypt. The 25 ideas with the most votes will automatically make it to the semi-final round. Following the semi-finals, 14 final winners will be selected and will win scholarships to attend the program at Indiana University.