The University of London is pleased to be offering 5 scholarships in honour of the late Ms Matilda Mwaba.
Ms. Matilda Mwaba was co-founder of the Zambia National Organisation for Women in Sport Physical Activity and Recreation (NOWSPAR) where she served as Chief Executive Officer. She was also the Africa representative on the Global Executive of the International Working Group on Women in Sport (IWG). Her work focused on advocacy for the empowerment girls and women in and through sport, increasing women and girls participation in sport, sport for development, organisational development, and policy engagement on the integrity of sport.
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The scholarship will cover the fees for one short course (module) of the University of London International Sports Management by distance learning. Successful recipients of the scholarship will also receive mentorship in the specialist subject area.
To be considered for the scholarship you must:
If you have applied for a programme previously but did not register and wish to be considered for this scholarship, please submit a completed scholarship application form here(Opens in new window) as you may not need to reapply for your course.
For more details, visit University of London website.