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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Who is eligible for financial aid?
    To be eligible for financial aid one must be meet the eligibility criteria for the specific scholarship/loan you are applying for.
  2. What are the available Financial Aid categories?
    • Full and partial scholarships
    • Partial tuition loans
    • Partial sports scholarships
    • Bursaries
    • Rebates
    • Work Study
  3. When should I apply for Financial Aid?
    Applications are considered as follows:
IntakeTypeApplication Deadline
JanuaryProfessional courses only1st week of December
AprilDegree courses only2nd week of March
MayDegree and Professional courses1st week of December
JulyDegree and Professional courses2nd week of May
  • How do I know the outcome of my application?
    The Financial Aid Office will notify you using the contact details provided on your application.
  • What if my application is submitted after the deadline?
    Application forms that are submitted after the deadline will not be considered. The applicant is required to re-apply in the next academic year.
  • Can I appeal if I am not selected and feel that it is unfair?
    An applicant can appeal within 7 seven days of receiving communication by filling in a Financial Aid Appeal form.
  • What happens if I discontinue my studies while on student loan?
    You will be required to re pay the amount spent to date before clearance from the University
  • Does Strathmore University pay for students in other institutions
    No, the financial aid scheme covers student undertaking a course at Strathmore.
  • What would lead to suspension of financial aid?
    Failure to adhere to the terms and conditions that are in the award letter.