The World Federation is pleased to launch this fantastic opportunity for female Khoja students who will be commencing their university studies in September 2016.
Posted on Mon, 2015-03-16 10:08
The World Federation is pleased to launch a fantastic loan opportunity for Khoja female students who will be commencing their university studies in September 2015.
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.
For more information, please click on the PDF attached.
All hard copies of the loan application form should be completed and returned to The World Federation Stanmore office by 31 August 2015.
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.
HURRY! Do not miss this opportunity!
Apply by downloading and completing the Word format of the loan application form by clicking here.
OR complete the online application form by clicking here.
All applicants are requested to type the application form for clarity and only print it once the full form has been typed, to acquire signatures from respective parties endorsing your loan application.
*French speakers are requested to fill the Loan application form in English please.
This year, The World Federation of KSIMC received a total of 4 applicants out of which 2 later withdrew for the Hiridjee Family Loan Scheme. Both applications received were of very high quality. Students are increasingly going the 'extra mile' in involving themselves in school and community projects and events on a voluntary basis as well as achieving excellent grades in their O and A Levels. The Loan Application Committee (LAC) has granted the loan to both students and we are delighted to announce the successful recipients of the 2013 Hiridjee Family Loan.
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