The Tarek Juffali Fellowship in International Counseling and Community Psychology
The Tarek Juffali Fellowship Program aims at providing students from Egypt and the Arab world with the opportunity to obtain a two-year Master of Arts in international counseling and community psychology.
Candidates who can contribute to the strengthening of families and communities in Egypt and the region by being committed and motivated professionals capable of addressing urgent psychological and mental health issues are eligible to apply.
- Egyptians and nationals from the Arab world
- Bachelor degree from an accredited university
- Minimum GPA of 3.0 or gayed geddan
- iBT (Internet-based TOEFL) or proof of English proficiency
- Relevant professional experience in community or public service and demonstrated commitment to others
Fellowships are awarded for up to two academic years for the two-year MA degree, including the intervening summer or winter session, or the one year diploma program.
The fellowship covers:
- Full or partial waiver of tuition fees
- A book allowance
- Student services and activities fee
- Medical service and health insurance fees (for international graduate students)
As part of their training, awarded fellows will be assigned eight hours per week to work on counseling and community based projects as required by the department. Fellows are expected to participate in internships, social service organizations, and regional and international conferences. Also, they are expected to attend workshops and training sessions.
- Download the graduate application form
- Complete the online fellowship application
Applications with all supporting documents should be submitted online to email@example.com by April 1 for fellowships begining in the Fall.