Background and Objective
The Mohammed Bin Rashid School for Communication (MBRSC) was established following the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, Ruler of Dubai, at the American University in Dubai. The School was founded with the aim of attracting the brightest students from across the Arab world, those who aspire to become communicators, by providing them with solid academic training. Upon their graduation, these students are hoped to contribute to the evolution of media institutions in the Arab World and help rise with it to international standards of professionalism and quality. For the School to be able to recruit such a diverse student body from all corners of the Arab World, it is important to provide financial aid to those in need.
In order to be eligible for the Scholarship, a high school student must be an Arab National and applicant to the Arabic track of the B.C.I.S. degree program, majoring in either Digital Production and Storytelling or Journalism. High school applicants should have at least a 90% grade average (or equivalent).
In addition, applicants must:
• Submit a portfolio consisting of art work articles, other audio-visual work, or any creative work done by the applicant
• Sit for a qualifying interview conducted by a member of the MBRSC Scholarships Committee
The scholarship entitles the recipient to a waiver of tuition for one academic year (two semesters [fall and spring]/32 credit hours) until graduation. Students are required until graduation to contribute by volunteering 40 hours per semester toward outside the classroom learning activities specific to the Mohammed Bin Rashid School for Communication. Terms and conditions apply.
Application Process and Deadline
The MBRSC Scholarships are awarded in the fall semesters only. To apply, click here