MMEG awards grants to women studying in accredited universities in the US and Canada, and selected universities in South Africa and Latin America

 

US/Canada Program

MMEG awards education grants on a competitive basis to exceptional women from developing countries who are enrolled as full-time students for the following academic term in accredited universities in the United States and Canada, have demonstrated financial need and are committed to working for the well-being of women and children. Applicants are screened by an all-volunteer, independent selection committee, and grants are awarded by the Board of Directors by April every year. Application opens September 18.

US/Canada program

Africa Program

MMEG awards grants on a competitive basis to exceptional women studying at least part-time or full-time for the following academic term, at the universities below. Applicants are screened by an all-volunteer, independent selection committee, and grants are awarded by the Board of Directors by December every year. Application opens May 15.

Smangele, south Africa

LAtin America Program

MMEG awards grants on a competitive basis to exceptional women studying at least part time (minimum of 2 courses per semester or term) or full time at one of the Latin American Universities listed below and who will be enrolled for the academic term following the awarding of grants. Applicants are screened by an all-volunteer, independent selection committee, and grants are awarded by the Board of Directors by November every year. Application opens April 22.

Petronilla Perez_Mexico

A new initiative: Trinity Washington University in the District of Columbia

In 2016, MMEG initiated a partnership with Trinity Washington University in Washington DC to award grants to women students studying at this university. Application opens September 18.