kutanga sponsorship and bursaries
The Roger Nzaba Foundation, in partnership with our donors provides the necessary funding to see young Africans with academic potential get to university. With our assistance, they are able to study towards any degree at various local universities. Our yearly target is 20 students for a (3) year degree course and 50 students for a (1) year diploma course.
An RNF bursary is so much more than funding. We have volunteers ready to mentor well-rounded individuals so that our beneficiaries are not only qualified but work and business-ready too. Our mentors assist you with the job search or self- employment formation, and our program is designed to serve as a father-and-child relationship.
You apply -We approve -We contact your university or college -We appoint your mentor -We pay for the full yearly tuition fees -We pay for the full yearly residency fees -You provide us with your bank account for a monthly allowance -We provide you with a laptop, printer, and stationeries -You report to our office every three months with your assignments and reports. You call your mentor for any issue with your institution.
Rewrite the story of your life
From the moment we accept you into the RNF bursary program, you are offered an opportunity to rewrite the story of your life. Nothing is impossible with a good education, and this opportunity is given to you, so that you may become the very best version of yourself.
I would advise our students to trust in God, stay away from alcohol and drug abuse. Stay focused on your studies. Our mentors are available to guide and share their experience as well as knowledge with you.
We trust that this opportunity is a blessing to you and family.
- Dr. Roger Nzaba
Who can apply ?
We are interested in supporting young Africans who are pursuing academic achievements but does not have the financial means to further study. You must, however, have a 60% pass rate in all of your other subjects and hold or be working towards a matric or O level exemption with a minimum of 70% in English and Mathematics.