Apply for the GetFund Postgraduate Local Scholarship for the Academic Year 2022/2023

GetFund applications are now being accepted for Postgraduate (Masters and PhD Programmes) Local Scholarships for the academic year 2022–2023.

The application started on Monday, December 12, 2022, according to GETFund’s release. The postgraduate application deadline is set for Tuesday, January 31, 2023.

The GetFund application process

1. To submit an online application, all candidates must go to the GETFund Scholarship Portal at

2. For screening and shortlisting, the applicant must fill out the online form with the necessary details and upload scanned copies of the necessary documentation.

3. After the vetting procedures are finished, applicants who have been shortlisted will be notified.

GetFund Undergraduate Scholarship Requirements

The following documents must be scanned and submitted by applicants:

1. A signed letter of application.

2. Nationality proof (copy of passport or Ghanaian ID).

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3. Admission letter outlining the duration of the program.

4. The approved fee schedule for the academic year 2022–2023

5. A first-degree certificate

6. Additional Degree Certificate (PhD applicants only).

7. Transcripts of prior academic work.

8. Where applicable, a National Service Certificate.

9. Curriculum Vitae

Candidates should confirm that all of the aforementioned conditions have been met.

Please be aware that all correspondence must be done solely between the applicant for the scholarship and the GETFund.

Please be aware that the ONLY way scholarship applications will be accepted and processed is through the scholarship web application portal.

Address your scan copy of a signed application letter to GETFund at The Administrator, GetFund P. O. Box MB 254, Accra.

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