Sudan offers 325 Somali students scholarship.

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A Sudanese University has offered scholarship to 325 Somali students from all regions of Somalia and ethnic Somali inhabited regions in neighbouring countries like Djibouti, Kenya and Ethiopia.

The University, International University of Africa in Khartoum, will fully cover the students’ education, accommodation and other expenses including medical cover during their four year course in the institution.

The students were offered to pursue different faculties including medicine, engineering and economics as part of the Sudanese government strategy to develop education in Somalia and boost scholarship for Somali students.

International University of Africa is jointly funded by the Sudanese government, the Arab League and other Islamic organisations to boost education in Muslim countries across the globe.

Hussein Awil, one of the Somali students offered scholarship by the university appreciated the Sudanese government for support their education.

More than 2000 Somali students are now pursuing different faculties in this university and most of them are said to have been offered scholarship.

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