Do you want to study English abroad or within the country? The US Embassy opens the door to invitations for scholarships

Photo: Cultural Center of North America in Nicaragua – CCNN

The US EmbassyIn cooperation with Cultural Center of North America in Nicaragua (CCNN), Calls for English Language Study Scholarship Programs, aimed at students, professionals and people with limited resources, with leadership skills and a community service position who wish to develop their language skills.

This is a full scholarship to study English for approximately two years. This requires genuine interest and commitment that will allow it to be successfully accomplished. It is important to include on the application form examples of your leadership and/or service capabilities in your community.

Candidates must be a Nicaraguan citizen, between the ages of 18 and 32, have a service and leadership attitude, basic technological skills in the use of mobile devices, computers and social networks, have passed at least the fifth year of high school, submit an academic letter of recommendation and/ Or professional, be responsible and respect diversity of thought. No prior knowledge of English is required.

To apply, you can fill in the following link:

Fulbright Scholarship Program, fees paid

Other calls include the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship Program for the 2023-2024 cycle; In this scholarship, they cover all the necessary expenses so that the best candidates can complete a master’s degree at an American university.

The Fulbright International Exchange Program is an initiative of the late Senator J. William Fulbright of Arkansas, and is designed to facilitate mutual understanding between citizens of the United States and other countries of the world.

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“If you are from Nicaragua and reside in Nicaragua, have an excellent academic record, are fluent in English, and are committed to the development of your country, visit our website for more information:,” the embassy writes on its website official online.

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