Organization of American States Academic Scholarship Program

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Organization of American States

The Organization of American States Academic Scholarship Program provides grants to individuals in OAS member countries to pursue undergraduate or graduate studies. Grants are awarded by the Department of Human Development, Education and Culture (DHDEC) of the OAS for either on-site or distance education in a university or higher learning institution in an OAS member country.

Focus: 

Economic diversification and integration, trade liberalization, and market access; education; social development and the creation of productive employment; scientific development and exchange and transfer of technology; strengthening of democratic institutions; sustainable development of tourism; sustainable development and the environment; and culture.

Countries: 
Antigua and Barbuda
Canada
Ecuador
Jamaica
St. Lucia
Argentina
Chile
El Salvador
Mexico
St. Vincent & Grenadines
The Bahamas
Colombia
Grenada
Nicaragua
Suriname
Barbados
Costa Rica
Guatemala
Panama
Trinidad and Tobago
Belize
Guyana
Paraguay
United States
Bolivia
Dominica
Haiti
Peru
Uruguay
Brazil
Dominican Republic
Honduras
St. Kitts and Nevis
Venezuela
How to Apply: 

Applications must be submitted to the National Liaison Office (ONE) in the applicant's country of origin or permanent residence. United States citizens or legal permanent residents must apply directly to the OAS Department of Human Development, Education and Culture in Washington, DC and must include proof of such legal status. 

Now accepting applications: See below for information on the application process for the following programs: 
OAS Regular Program for Academic Scholarships (Undergraduate)

OAS Regular Program for Academic Scholarships (Graduate)
/ Programa Regular de la OEA para Becas Académicas (Postgrado)

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