Mawista Scholarship 2015/16: Announcement of the winner

Mawista Scholarship 2015/16: Announcement of the winner

The glorious winner has been chosen! Numerous people have been voting for our this year’s scholarship „Studying abroad with a child“. Using a public vote, the winner has now been determined.

In advance, we would like to thank everyone who participated in the vote. Without you, who have pursued our awarding of the scholarship so extensively, this competition would not have been possible.

The applicants have not proven themselves with flawless grades or a demanding course.  In fact it was about the determination and courage to promote your education abroad with a child by your side. People who proved themselves as organizational skills with incredible strength of personality – those are the ones, whose future we would very much like to invest in.

The scholarship for studying abroad with a child goes to the Entrant Karina Mainka. Congratulations! You’ll be sponsored by Mawista for 12 months with 500€ a month!

We hope this financial support encourages you in pursuing your further goals and helps in facilitating your life a little. Do not despair in continuing to master the challenge of a study with a child!

In the upcoming days we will announce the new Scholarship Contest, so follow us on Social Media sites like: Facebook, Twitter and Google+ to be informed on-time.

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  1. Saumi Mitra Chowdhury

    Hi, I am a 43-yr struggling Entrepreneur; I am the mother of a enthusiastic and bright 15 year old boy Dharma who aspires to pursue sound engineering and sports management. He also dreams of working at Adidas. I have been an entrepreneur with moderate-to-limited suess over the last 5 yrs. I have a Post Graduate degree in English Literature (1997) from the University of Calcutta. Over the last 18 years, I have primarily been associated with Learning & Development, Capacity & curriculum building, advocacy and have worked across the ITES, , Educational, and Development sectors. Some of the prominent organizations I have worked with are IIT-delhi, NIIT Ltd, GE, American Express. At 35, I decided to take the plunge into the world of consultancy – initially the going was good. the economy was stable and work and money were plentiful. Post 2010, there has been a slow down that has affected my means of livelihood and our general lifestyle. I have always meant to start and finish my thesis on ‘Story-telling & Management’. I was wondering if I may attempt to pursue my PHD from a German University, starting next year (2017 Fall). Dharma would be finishing his IGCSE at the same time and would also be able to take up his A level studies at a school in Germany. May I request you to advise me? Thanks!

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