AKILAH IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR OUR BURUNDI CAMPUS
DUE MAY 27, 2013
- Monday, May 27: Deadline for application submission (No late application will be accepted.) Download the application.
- Applications must be delivered to: Muyinga Avenue N°44, Q INSS Rohero I, Bujumbura
- June 24-26: Selected candidates must come to campus for the English and Math entrance exams
- July 1-6: Finalists must come to campus to participate in an interview with a member of the Akilah faculty
- July 19: Accepted students notified of acceptance to Akilah
- August 19: Final deadline for payment of 1st semester fees.
- August 22: Opening ceremony on the Akilah campus. All enrolled students are required to attend.
- August 26: First day of classes.
The admissions process for the September 2013 has finished. Please check back in November for more information about the admissions cycle for the September 2014 intake.
Admission to Akilah is highly competitive. Akilah applicants must have demonstrated success in their academic and professional pursuits and exhibit an eagerness to make a positive impact in their community and country. They must demonstrate a willingness to become contributing members of the Akilah community and a track record of leadership.
Criteria for acceptance include:
- Secondary school diploma
- Demonstrated leadership experience in their community, church, school, etc.
- Intermediate English fluency
- Enthusiasm for leadership & entrepreneurship
- Academic excellence in secondary school
- Interview with a member of the Akilah faculty
- Recommendations from secondary school teachers
- English and math entrance exam
- Commitment to studying in an institution with the following values:
……- Personal conduct and academic honesty
……- Respect for community
……- Innovation and creativity
……- Leadership and service
……- Relentless commitment to excel
Akilah does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnic origin, creed, or sexual orientation in administration or educational policies, admission policies, scholarship programs, or other school-administered programs.