Florida National University becomes a Member of the Organization of American States (OAS) Consortium
An excellent opportunity to obtain a higher education through opportunity
By: Florida National University
The Department of Human Development, Education and Employment (DHDEE) through its OAS Scholarship and Training Programs provide scholarship opportunities for academic and professional development studies to citizens or permanent residents of OAS member states. The goal is to strengthen human and institutional capacity and foster integral development throughout the Western Hemisphere.
To achieve this goal, the Department of Human Development, Education and Employment created the OAS Consortium of Universities in which scholarship recipients may study in recognized educational institutions of the OAS member states.
Through the OAS Scholarship and Training Programs, the Department of Human Development, Education and Employment (DHDEE) provides academic and professional development scholarship opportunities to citizens or permanent residents of OAS member states. The Organization uses a four-pronged approach to effectively implement its essential purposes, based on its main pillars: democracy, human rights, security, and development.
FNU will co-sponsor ten (10) scholarships per academic year, under the Academic Scholarship Program both in-person or distance education. Included in this scholarship are the following Graduate School Programs and the following Bachelor of Science Programs:
• Master of Business Administration
• Master in Health Services Administration
• Bachelor of Science in Accounting
• Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
• Bachelor of Science in Finance
• Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration
Professionals and prospective students from an OAS Member State who would like to pursue these degrees can apply for this scholarship.
Dr. Maria C. Regueiro, FNU President/CEO said, "We are delighted that FNU is a member of the OAS Consortium of Universities and excited about providing this scholarship, as it provides higher education opportunities to many students," said Dr. Maria C. Regueiro, FNU President/CEO.
If you are interested in learning more about this scholarship, and details about the application process, please call us at 305-831-3333 or visit our website at www.fnu.edu
Silvia “Bibi” Borge