Tomorrows Leaders Graduate Student Program 2022 Fully Funded

Tomorrows Leaders Graduate Student Program (TLG) applications are now open. TLG students program is a collaboration between the US Department of State, Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs (NEA/AC), and AUC.

TLG selects students who have high potential and good academic results and are poor to have them a chance to study on scholarship.

Applicants of the TLG students program pursue their research based graduation.

Host Country: USA

Host Foundation: US Department of State, Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs (NEA/AC), and AUC.

Area of Field:

Middle East and North Africa (MENA) countries are eligible to apply for TLG Fellowship and complete their master degree at The American University in Cairo:

Following academic fields are offered:

  • Economics
  • International and Comparative Education
  • Migration and Refugee Studies
  • Nanotechnology


The TLG students program covers:

1. Cover Full tuition fees
2. Cover Medical insurance
3. A monthly stipend
4. Accommodation
5. Laptop is also provided
6. Internship/practicum opportunity
7. Conferences are also organized
8. Two round-trip economy air ticket from home country to university; and other allowances are also offered.

Eligibility Criteria:

Following eligibility criteria should be meet prior to apply for TLG:

  • Nationals of the following countries only: Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Iraq,  Yemen, and Syrian citizens residing outside of Syria
  • Meet AUC graduate admission requirements
  • Bachelor degree holder with good grades
  • Proficiency in written and spoken English
  • must be mature and have leadership qualities.
  • Financial need

How to Apply for TLG Student Program:

To Apply for TLG Fellowship, Submit the online application at the link given below.


The application deadline is October 15 for the spring semester.

TLG students program – Graduate admission application

online TLG students program-support application.

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