This is done through providing financial support to students in their master’s, doctoral or professional level studies at universities or seminaries.
Candidates are required to have the written support of their home conferences, and recipients should have the probability of offering 5 years of service to their churches and/or communities.
The objective of funding these individuals is to support the preparation of students who will return to their regions to work in the furtherance of Christian mission in the following prioritized areas of emphasis: elimination of poverty, expansion of global health, leadership development, or congregational development.
Due to the restrictions on scholarship funding and the high cost of education, we tend to prioritize students who are studying in their own regions.
The World Communion International Scholarship Program is highly selective with approximately 5 10 new international (non-US) recipients each year from around the world.
The scholarship range is approximately from $250 US – $12,500 US, depending on the student’s related needs and the school expenses.
The specific financial request must be substantiated by an official school budget submitted with the application form.
To be eligible for a World Communion International Scholarship, you must be: