HEC USAID Merit and Need-Based Scholarship
The Higher Education Commission HEC is dedicated to supporting financially disadvantaged students through the USAID Merit and Need-Based Scholarship program MNBSP. This initiative specifically targets female candidates, providing them with access to Scholarship and Financial Aid opportunities. Over 5300 scholarships have been granted through HEC USAID MNBSP program, making a significant impact on empowering women in education. The students can get the latest updates regarding their HEC Offers USAID Merit and Need-Based Scholarship.
Only Female Candidates are eligible to apply for the scholarship program in the session of 2021.
Students must be enrolled in one of the 30 partner Public and Private Universities.
Eligible candidates should be pursuing Masters, MBA, MS, MPhil, or Education Teaching degree programs in selected disciplines.
Female students must fulfill the criteria of need and provide all necessary information as per the rules.
The scholarship does not cover two-year associate degree programs or BA/BSc programs.
The Needs-Based Scholarship program covers the following expenses:
Boarding & Lodging
Other Academic Costs
Candidates can apply directly through the HEC online system.
The application and required supporting documents should be submitted to the Financial Aid Office of the respective university. Do not send documents to HEC.
For more information, please contact the Financial Aid Offices of the university.
The Institutional Scholarship Award Committee will handle the complete application process for the USAID-funded Merit and Need-Based Scholarship program. After the selection, the chosen candidates will be recommended to the HEC Scholarship Management Committee. The committee will review and approve eligible cases, after which the funds will be released to the respective universities for distribution to the selected candidates.
Admissions secured on a self-sustain/self-support/self-finance basis, or in evening programs with higher fee structures at public sector universities are ineligible.
The HEC USAID Merit and Need-Based Scholarship program play a vital role in empowering female students by providing them with financial support to pursue higher education. This initiative helps bridge the gap and creates opportunities for talented women to unlock their full potential and contribute significantly to society.