A tribute to celebrate the life and achievements of the Founder of the Madhvani Group.
The scholarship shall be extended as a grant payable directly to the University/Institution on behalf of the beneficiaries.
Renewal of funding shall be subject to receiving satisfactory progress reports from the beneficiary's Faculty/Institute/School.
Retakes in 1 or more subjects would entail withdrawal of Scholarship and shall not be funded by the Trust.
On completion of studies, it is expected that the awardees will, for the benefit of future scholars, make voluntary donations/contributions to the Foundation.
The scholarship covers tuition fees only from second year to completion for undergraduates; and, for the entire programme of study for graduate students from the time of application/award.
The Board of Trustees have identified the following disciplines for sponsorship:
The Board however, reserves the right to revise this list periodically, to suit the relative importance of each of the disciplines in the wider framework of national capacity building.
Undergraduate students, who have completed first year of studies at a Ugandan University; and, graduate applicants who have been either admitted and/or registered for graduate programmes (in any of the disciplines above), are eligible to apply.
Students with CGPA Lower then 2.2 and/or having a retake in any subject in the First Year of study are not eligible to apply.
Students already on sponsorship from elsewhere are not eligible to apply.
The Committee shall invite applications through print and other media during May/June every year for students who wish to benefit from the scholarship programme beginning September/October that year.