SESO promotes U.S. Government-sponsored educational and exchange programs such as Fulbright Program, Afghan Junior Faculty Development Program, Study of the United States Institute (SUSI), U.S. Embassy Scholarship Program at American University of Central Asia (AUCA) and American University of Afghanistan (AUAF). KEAC also provides advice and application assistance to individuals interested in applying for the educational and exchange programs in the U.S.





Program Name: Afghan Students Scholarship Program



U.S. Embassy Kabul Scholarship to the American University of Central Asia (AUCA)


American University of Central Asia is accepting applications for the Afghan Students Scholarship Program, funded by the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, and administered by American Councils for International Education: ACTR/ACCELS.  The scholarship will cover roundtrip travel from home to host university once per academic year, tuition,  basic medical care, housing and meal stipend of students during all four years of undergraduate study in AUCA, and a one-year preparatory program at the New Generation Academy (NGA).


Deadline: Check the website for the deadline


Eligibility Requirements:

  • High school graduates
  • College freshmen or students who are currently in the first year of their undergraduate study



Who are NOT eligible?


  • High school students who have not graduated yet
  • College graduates or students who are currently in the second year of college and beyond
  • Current and past recipients of the U.S. Embassy funded scholarships are ineligible to apply. If you are a current/past U.S. Embassy AUAF scholar or PROMOTE scholar, you are ineligible for the Afghan Students Scholarship Program at AUCA.

Current employees of AUCA or the U.S. Embassy are ineligible

“The Fulbright Program is the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. Government.”


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