The Education section of the Embassy is tasked with steering the affairs of the Ghana Government sponsored students in the United States as its priority. In this regard, it serves as liaison for the students, their respective institutions of studies and the Ghana Scholarships Secretariat. Please note that the Education Section or for that matter the Embassy does not offer or arrange for scholarships to students. All sponsorships originate from the Ghana Scholarships Secretariat.
The Education section also handles “No Objection” applications for J1 visa holders by forwarding the request of the applicants to Ghana (The Scholarships Secretariat) on behalf of the applicants and if and when approved, the Embassy notifies the US State Department as well as the applicants.
Master of Science in Architectural Engineering | Pennsylvania State University
The Embassy of Ghana, USA, is pleased to inform the Ghanaian public about the World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program.
This is a unique academic opportunity for qualifying students to pursue Architectural Engineering at the Pennsylvania State University at no cost.
International Partner Scholarship (IPS) | Andrews University
This partnership was formally signed in 2018 with the then Ghana’s Ambassador to the United States.
Designed to offer expanded undergraduate and graduate educational opportunities to the citizens of Ghana.
NO OBJECTION GUIDELINES
The Scholarships Review Committee in Accra, Ghana processes applications for ‘NO OBJECTION’ letter.
In order to forward your request, it is required that you submit your full résumé, indicating source of financing for every stage of your education both in Ghana and in the USA.
Kindly explain how you came by the J-1 Visa, and attach photocopies of the relevant pages of your passport which bear your J-1 Visa, photograph, name, date & place of issue. Please include any other documents that could assist the committee to determine your eligibility. Remember to include the following details:
Full name, date and place of birth
Date and place of entry to USA on first J-visa, and any subsequent J-visas
Program number and skills category for the first and subsequent IAP-66 forms
Full residential address in USA, Alien’s Registration number if known; and
Waiver/case# acquired from the US Department of State
$100.00 non-refundable processing fee (money order) to be made payable to “The Education Office/Embassy of Ghana”.
Send two (2) copies of your application to the address below:
The Scholarships Review Committee
C/o Chief of Staff
Office of the President
P.O. Box 1627
The Castle, Osu,
THRU:The Education Officer
C/o Chief of Staff
Embassy of Ghana
3512 International Dr. NW
Washington, DC 20008