Multi-asset broker Exness is once again offering exceptional South African students the opportunity to excel in STEM fields through its prestigious Fintech Scholarships program. Marking its second year in the country, the program underscores Exness’ commitment to nurturing future tech leaders through education.

Partnering with the esteemed University of Cape Town (UCT), Exness empowers underprivileged talented individuals to reach their academic and career potential. The scholarships provide comprehensive financial aid, covering full tuition fees and, depending on need, partial or full living expenses.

Eligible students must have an offer of acceptance from UCT in Computer Science or Mathematics and maintain a strong academic record with a grade average of over 70% (or equivalent). Applications for the Exness Fintech Scholarships 2024 program are now open here.

“We are thrilled to continue this impactful program in South Africa,” said Martin Thorvaldsson, Exness Head of Community. “The success of the first year motivates us to support another cohort of talented students and empower them to drive technological advancements locally and globally. At Exness, we believe in the transformative power of education and technology, and these scholarships embody our commitment to fostering next-generation talent in our sector.”

Exness Fintech Scholarships currently support 3 UCT students and 50 individuals from Cyprus and Kenya. The program’s ambitious expansion plans will provide even more promising students with the opportunity to achieve their educational dreams and pursue rewarding careers in technology.

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