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STU Student Support Fund 2023 | How to apply


Application for the Sunyani Technical University (STU) Student Support Fund (SSF) – 2023/2024 Entry is now open for International & Ghanaian Students at the Sunyani Technical University in Ghana.


The SSF is intended to provide discretionary financial support to full-time undergraduate and postgraduate students of STU. This is to relieve needy students’ financial hardship, which may be a barrier to their continued participation in Higher Education and Training offered by STU.

The Student Financial Support Unit (SFSU) is accepting 2023/2024 applications for the award of The Student Support Fund (SSF) from STU students from all undergraduate and postgraduate areas of study.

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The Scholarships are one of the most prestigious scholarships in the world. The aim of the program is to create a global network of future leaders committed to improving the lives of others.


The fund is accessible to students who meet the following requirements:

  • Be Full-time undergraduate or postgraduate students of STU, having pursued any course for a minimum of one academic year
  • Be of Ghanaian citizenship
  • Be able to show evidence of being in financial hardship.
  • Be able to show evidence of having exhausted all other available source of financial support but are still in need.
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Application forms can be obtained from the Student Financial Support Unit (SFSU) at STU. All applications should be supported by evidence of circumstances. These should be photocopied by the student and submitted at the time the application is submitted. The list below contains some of the primary evidence required. However, it should be noted that everyone’s situation is different, and this list is not exhaustive. Further evidence may be requested by the SFSU if the assessors feel it is required:

  • Admission letter
  • Two public servants as guarantors
  • Valid National ID card
  • Transcript of examination results obtained at STU
  • Evidence of bursaries, welfare benefits or scholarships (previous and current).
  • Evidence of savings (if any)
  • Account statements covering the most recent transactions for all accounts (including mobile money accounts).
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