The World Federation’s Education objective is to empower the Khoja community with the ability to improve their quality of life and this is achieved through Higher Education. Our goal is to enable growth and progress through education, creating a generation of skilled individuals who will work together to improve and strengthen their communities.
The World Federation is pleased to launch a fantastic loan opportunity for Khoja students who will be commencing their university studies in September 2014.
HURRY! Do not miss this opportunity!
The Hiridjee Foundation Loan:
The Hiridjee Foundation Loan is available to TWO FEMALE students of our Khoja community wishing to pursue higher education (Undergraduate, Masters & PHD). The loan is available for a maximum of₤10,000 per student per academic year for upto three consecutive years.
All hard copies of the loan application form should be completed and returned to The World Federation Stanmore office by 31 August 2014.
Female students interested in this loan are requested to apply with their conditional offer in the first instance and submit the unconditional offer after the final results have been published.
Apply by completing the loan application form
French speakers are requested to fill the Loan application form in English please.
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