What are the OAS Scholarship Programs?

every year The Organization of American States (OAS) Academic Scholarship Program offers full scholarships Through its regular program, which was established since 1948.

award scholarships for a master’s degree, doctorate or postgraduate research leading to an undergraduate degree; In its English-Speaking Caribbean Scholarship Program (SPECAF), established in 1983, scholarships for the last two years of undergraduate undergraduate studies are awarded to citizens and residents of member states of the Caribbean and English-speaking Suriname.

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Among the benefits offered by these scholarships are payment of tuition fees and administrative expenses, round-trip airfare (from the sponsoring country to the country of study), and yearbook assignment.

Plus medical insurance (only in face-to-face programs) and monthly maintenance stipend (only for face-to-face studies).

The maximum scholarship award is $30,000 per year per student and will depend on the availability of the OAS budget.

To apply, you must be a citizen or permanent resident of an OAS member state, and hold a university degree at the time of applying for the scholarship.

In addition to having a good academic record, and being in good health.

It is important to keep in mind that the terms and conditions of the scholarship state that the scholarship recipient must immediately return to the sponsoring country and remain there for a minimum of 24 months after completing the scholarship.

Eye! These programs do not fund specialization programs in medical fields.

If you are interested in applying for any of these scholarships, you should keep in mind that there is no general deadline and that the deadline for a call in each country and participating program may vary.

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To find out in detail how to apply, you can consult this link Or consult the operation with the corresponding national office in the country from which the operation is being carried out.

For Mexico, you can consult the National Liaison Offices (ONE) directly, which are the official channels established by the governments of each Member State to process scholarships from both the OAS Regular Academic Scholarship Program and scholarships from the OAS Academic Scholarship Program and OAS Professional Development.

The Department of State’s AMEXCID Academic Exchange (SRE) Directorate is located at Plaza Juárez No. 20. 4th Floor PB, Col. Centro, Cuauhtémoc Commission, CP 06010, in Mexico City.

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