Cargill Global Scholars Program

Scholarship & Fellowship Management

Cargill Global Scholars Program

The Cargill Global Scholars Program (CGSP) is a distinctive scholarship opportunity that not only provides financial support to help off-set undergraduate educational costs but is designed to offer leadership development opportunities throughout the scholars’ engagement in the program. Over two hundred scholarships will be awarded to talented and high performing university students in six different countries who demonstrate exemplary academic achievement and leadership potential.

Through this scholarship program, Cargill wants to help nourish and build a network of future leaders who can develop new innovations and positively contribute to their communities. This program embodies Cargill’s commitment to improving living standards and promoting vibrant and stable communities around the globe.

Why Apply

  • Up to $5,000 in scholarship funds ($ 2,500 USD annually for up to two years)
  • Access to leadership and enrichment activities and networking opportunities
  • Academic and professional guidance from a Cargill leader
  • Participation in a community of future global leaders and visionaries

Who Can Apply

  • Indonesian students who are enrolled in one of the partner universities
  • Second year undergraduate student in Accounting, Agriculture and related field, Biology, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering
  • Demonstrate high academic performance
  • Involvement in social and student activities and showing leadership potential
  • Demonstrate financial need
  • Women and disable are strongly encourage to apply

Application
Application date and program information can be found: www.cargillglobalscholars.com

Cargill GSP Indonesia
List of selected scholars’ intake Indonesia 2018 (cohort 6):
Application date and program information can be found: www.cargillglobalscholars.com

Contact Info
Inquiry on program and application: Email Subject: Cargill GSP to scholarship@iief.or.id

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