SheBegan is pleased to offer the Keto Scholarship Program. The scholarship is only open to female U.S. students pursuing Undergraduate or graduate programs in nutrition, dietetics, food technology, or food sciences.
The value we give to health education and the food we consume can be seen in our commitment to provide you with reliable and well-researched information about the ketogenic diet, at shebegan magazine. As a result, we are offering a Keto $3500 scholarship to students enrolled as undergraduate or graduate programs in nutrition, dietetics, food technology, or food sciences in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Africa or Asia. Since we believe in giving everyone an equal opportunity and avoid any form of discrimination, our decision for the grant of the scholarship is not based on religion, race, age or special needs.
The winner of the scholarship will receive $3500.
Level & Area of Studies
Undergraduate or graduate programs in nutrition, dietetics, food technology, or food sciences.
Place of study
Any institution around the world.
Eligibility and Requirements
- A permanent U.S. resident or citizen.
- Students currently studying in undergraduate or graduate programs.
- Students majoring in nutrition, dietetics, food technology, or any food science-related courses will be deemed eligible for the scholarship.
- Funds provided via scholarship must be consumed only for study purposes such as a project or research focusing on a ketogenic diet.
- Applicants need a CGPA of 3.5 or higher.
To apply, students are required to submit the material as follow:
- A video of around 60-90 seconds will be required when submitting the application. It should clearly explain how the grant will assist the applicant with regards to newer research on the ketogenic diet. NIH or university websites can be brought to use for innovative and interesting content. The video can be made through mobile phones but after ensuring the audio quality. It is also recommended that you do not send us any sensitive content such as a passport or ID.
- Letter of Acceptance from your university or college or Your existing cumulative GPA along with the university transcript.
30 March 2020.