Mastercard, UNICAF offer cardholders 75% scholarships for internationally recognized degrees – Citi Business News
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Mastercard, UNICAF offer cardholders 75% scholarships for internationally recognized degrees – Citi Business News


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Unicaf, the leading online and on-campus learning platform, has entered into a two- year partnership with Mastercard to offer its premium cardholders 75% scholarships for online and on-campus studies at Unicaf's partner universities.

A statement issued by Unicaf stated that starting, first quarter of 2021, Mastercard Gold, Platinum, World and World Elite cardholders across 12 countries in Africa, will be able to select from a wide range of high-quality degree programs offered by Unicaf's partners and only pay 25% of the total fees in flexible manageable monthly instalments over the period of the program.

Mastercard cardholders an international perspective and valuable insights into European, Asian and American professional practices.


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