In an increasingly digital world, more and more of our time is spent online. The internet provides a wide range of information and possibilities, but it may also create difficulties, especially with regard to filtering out key information from websites. This is why UNICAF has created the UNICAF mobile application. Designed to complement the UNICAF website, the UNICAF mobile app enables users to have the most important information at their fingertips.
The UNICAF mobile app is the easiest way to:
- Find out our latest news
- View our study programmes
- Find out if you qualify for a scholarship or study programme
- Refer a friend and benefit yourself
- Discover then locations of our Learning Centres around the world
- Find information about our partner universities
- Apply for a scholarship directly from your mobile phone.
Knowing that many of UNICAF’s students live in areas with limited internet connectivity, the application was designed to use as little data as possible. This lets almost everyone with a smartphone or tablet download and use the app. Furthermore, because we value your privacy, you can download and access it without having to register or log-in.
You can simply go to Google Play or to the Apple App Store, download the UNICAF app and you are set to go. You can find all the information you need and apply for a UNICAF Scholarship using the app.
The UNICAF Scholarship Programme was founded to offer gifted, underprivileged students the opportunity to further their education, by earning internationally recognised qualifications, at low cost, through online study, or through blended learning*.
Each scholarship application is examined and decided upon, depending on the qualifications and the financial situation of the applicant. Eligible students are awarded a percentage of scholarship.
Join thousands of students from Nigeria, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Ghana, Kenya, Botswana, Malawi, and many other countries, who have earned their degrees with the help of the UNICAF Scholarship Programme.
*only available for Unicaf University programmes