Enko Education Scholarships programme

The vision of Enko Education and its scholarship programme  is to unlock learners’ potential across Africa to build the next generation of leaders. We want to promote equal opportunities and open our schools to high potential low income students on the continent.

Who is it for?

Your one-time or monthly donation will support high school students in the Enko Education international school network. These students have been selected on three criteria: merit, family situation, motivation.

You Donate

To make a real impact in the education of African youth and support school fees you can make a monthly donation or one-off donation:

  • One student for 1 year: 4,200 $
  • One student for 3 years : 12 600 $
  • One student for 3 years + IB fees + university application fees : 14 000 $ 

For exact costs per school, please contact us 

To go further (choose a country and a student) contact: lea.tyburn@gmail.com

 

We educate

All schools in the Enko Education network are based on the same three pillars :

  • African roots, global wings 
  • Future-Oriented
  • Innovation in education

They blossom

Enko Education’s mission is to unlock learners potential across Africa, helping to build the next generation of leaders.

We already started and we are pride of our student.

Participate in the emergence of the African leaders of tomorrow !

Our success stories

Chris Dollo 

  • Enko graduate 2021
  • 75% scholarship 
  • International Baccalaureate with an excellent grade of 34
  • Admitted to the University of Maryland with a scholarship of 48,000 dollars

Florent Dusengue

  • Enko graduate 2019 
  • 100% scholarship
  • International Baccalaureate 
  • Admitted to the University of British Columbia, Canada with 100% scholarship from UBC

     

Ashale Astride Chi

  • Enko graduate 2017 
  • 100% scholarship
  • International Baccalaureate 
  • Admitted to Science Po full scholarship from the Mastercard Foundation

Fred Junior Ebongue Makolle

  • Enko graduate 2017
  • 60% scholarship 
  • International Baccalaureate 
  • Admitted to Yale with 92% scholarship

     

Many opportunities exist for students on the continent

Despite numerous opportunities, students from the continent (over 8 million) are still under-represented in the best international universities.

Student mobility

Student mobility is more than twice as high as in the rest of the world

400,000 students from Sub-Saharan Africa study abroad

scholarships

Numerous higher education scholarships for African students: 

2020: Mastercard Foundation to award 1000 scholarships.

2019-2022: China will  award 5000 scholarships.

African youth

Africa has the world’s largest youth population: 200 million people aged 15 to 24.  Current trends suggest that this number will double by 2045

Participate in the emergence of the African leaders of tomorrow !
Contacts

For any inquiries please email

lea.tyburn@enkoeducation.com