The Safar-Ibiary Syrian College Prep Program 2024

About the Safar-Ibiary Syrian College Prep Program

The Safar-Ibiary Syrian College Prep Program is launched in honor of Madiha Safar and Naima Ibiary who instilled in their families a deep appreciation for the value of education which has made all the difference in their lives, and now in the lives of students as well!

This program makes the dream of studying in the United States possible for highly qualified Syrian students from underserved populations in Lebanon. Through this initiative, Amideast is able to identify students of exceptional accomplishment and promise who wish to pursue undergraduate study at an American college or university but cannot afford to do so.

The program provides support for essay writing assistance, application and testing fees, and 1st year activities.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

  • Syrian citizen currently residing in Lebanon
  • Currently in 10th or 11th grade with a minimum score of 16/20 in each of the last three years
  • Cannot afford to study in the U.S. without a scholarship
  • Active in research and in extracurricular activities such as sports, community projects, arts ...
  • Committed to pursuing a Bachelor's degree in the U.S.
  • Committed to the demanding application process & requirements of the program 
  • U.S. citizens and green card holders are not eligible to apply.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: March 15, 2024

For more information, check the Safar-Ibiary Syrian College Prep Program flyer or visit our website,

Questions? Contact [email protected] for inquiries.

How to apply

HOW TO APPLY

  • Submit the online Safar-Ibiary Syrian College Prep Program application form HERE.
    • Prepare and scan the following documents ahead for upload:
    • School transcripts for the past two years (grades 8 and 9)
    • Copy of the official brevet exam or certificate
    • Copies of certificates of awards for honors, achievements, community service, etc.
    • Copy of ID/passport
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Deadline
Friday, 15. Mar 2024
Type of Call
Call for Applications
Intervention Sector(s):
Education
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