UC Berkeley Mastercard Foundation Scholars

In fall 2020, the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at UC Berkeley will support 17 scholars (8 graduate students and 9 undergraduates) from 7 African countries in 13 different majors and degree programs.

Since 2012, the Program has graduate 111 Scholars from 22 African countries. 62 received bachelors degrees and 49 received master's.

The following graphic represents the program in fall 2019

39 current students. 30 seniros and 9 master's. 66% men and 33% women. 76 UC Berkeley graduates since 2014.

From 13 Countries: Cote d'Ivoire, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Sudan, South Africa, Togo, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

Studying 31 Majors: Global Studies, Computer Science, Economics, Music, Environmental Economics and Policy, Business Administration, Public Health, Journalism, Data Science, Cognitive Science, Applied Math, City and Regional Planning, Social Welfare, Legal Studies, Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, Political Economy, Development Practice, Mechanical Engineering, Interdisciplinary Studies, Architecture, Civil Engineering.