CPISP hosts online presentations on its 2022 scholarship program to public and private schools
The Crown Prince’s International Scholarship Program (CPISP), in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, has hosted a series of informative presentations online, detailing 2022 scholarship opportunities for students enrolled in government and private schools across the Kingdom.
The CPISP Director of Finance & Admin. Affairs, Mrs. Shatha Ahmed Ali, highlighted that the application period for its 2022 scholarship program is now open from 1 – 25 March 2021, inviting students to submit their applications on www.cpisp.bh.
Mrs. Ali noted that applicants who meet the program’s criteria will receive an invitation by email for a series of tests to assess their English proficiency and critical reasoning abilities. The assessments are organised by the CPISP in cooperation with the Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance (BIBF).
The Program’s criteria requires applicants have a Bahraini citizenship, to be enrolled in the 11th grade (or equivalent), and to graduate from secondary school in 2022. In addition, applicants should hold an accumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 97% or above.
Mrs. Fatema Al Qattan, PR & Media Specialist at the Program, added that during the scholarship’s last stage known as the “Candidacy Program”, a minimum of 60 applicants will be selected based on the results of their qualifying tests and GPA. Of these 60 applicants, a minimum of 40 will be selected from across public schools and 20 from private schools. The last stage will involve training as well as preparatory courses online for the IELTS and SAT exams. Subsequently, 10 final scholarship recipients will be selected.
Scholarships will be allocated to three males and three females from public schools, and two males and two females from private schools.
Scholarship Office Court of the Crown Prince P.O. Box 29091, Riffa, Kingdom of Bahrain