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Tourism Employees Welfare Scholarship Program

  • Target: The citizens of Mauritius
  • Benefits: Rs 10,000 per annum
  • Level and Discipline: Undergraduate and master degree in any discipline
  • Host Institution: Any institution – Mauritius
  • Deadline: Varies

TEW Scholarship – Tourism Employees Welfare Scholarship is available for students of Mauritius who are pursuing master or undergraduate degree in any university in Mauritius. This annual scholarship provide up to Rs 10,000 per annum for the winner.

Scholarship Description
The Scholarship Scheme is payable where the child of an employee has been admitted at any recognised university or training institution in Mauritius and is following a full time course leading to an award certificate. The scheme covers the registration or exam fees paid by the beneficiary over 3 years of study up to Rs 10,000 per annum.

Award Value
Successful applicants will receive Rs 10,000 per annum.

Level & Area of Studies
Undergraduate and master degree in any field.

Place of study
At any university in Mauritius.

Eligibility and Requirements

  • The employee must be in employment in a Tourism Enterprise and have contributed to the fund for at least 12 continuous months.
  • The employee must NOT be drawing a salary of more than Rs15, 000 per month.
  • Members contributing to the TEWF are hereby informed that they have to apply for any scheme within 3 months from the date they are entitled.
  • This scheme is payable to either the husband or wife where both contributes to the fund.

Application Instruction
Application can be made online via the link below.

Submission Deadline
The deadline is varies.

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