KSI Scholarship Programme

KSI Montenegro announced launching of scholarship programme

Knightsbridge Schools International Montenegro yesterday announced the launching of the first scholarship programme for students from Montenegro. Scholarships will give the opportunity for three students aged between 14 and 16 to be among the first graduates of this international school in Montenegro, and later to apply for the admissions at the world top universities.

The scholarship opportunity is open to outstanding candidates – students from across Montenegro who have financial need. The scholarships will be given to students for 3 or 4 years, depending on their age, through to graduation and the acquisition of IB Diploma. “By awarding scholarships to excellent students from Montenegro, KSI is continuing our commitment to support the community that made us feel so welcome for the last 4 years, and to create opportunities for these students to really be all they can be.“ – said Mr Alec Jiggins, Head of School.

The scholarships will be awarded to three students, based on their high academic ability, financial need, as well as based on their talents and achievements during their schooling so far. Scholarship programme is another educational initiative of this educational institution towards the improvement of education in Montenegro and way of their support for the talented and exceptionally promising students and their future goals.

The selected scholarship students will not only get the chance to finish their studies and get their IB Diploma in the first IB World school in the country, but also they will be given a possibility to experience inspirational learning environments of KSI Montenegro through it residential programme, as this school is the first and only boarding school in Montenegro.

The deadline for applications is 25th of May 2014. For more information and to apply, students and their parents can visit the school’s website page The students who win the three offered scholarships will be announced after 25th of June 2014.

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