At ADA University, we recognize the sacrifice of those men and women in uniform who have fought for the independence and territorial integrity of their country, and those who keep doing so. A generation of them have made legendary and unprecedented sacrifices. The grandness of any nation is measured with how they honor their fallen men and women, rally round their flag and continue serving the cause for which those have fallen in war.
While there are many ways to honor our country’s heroes, ADA University has chosen to stand at the intersection of real need and lasting impact. Education has such a lasting impact. Education is a chance to stand up, to keep going and to succeed in life. Those heroes of our nation have already made a sacrifice. We want to ensure educating their children, siblings and spouses does not become an additional sacrifice for these men and women, who have already sacrificed so much in service to our country.
At ADA University, we honor our war heroes by educating their children, siblings, and spouses. We also honor those men and women in uniform who serve this country in its armed services. The purpose of the Heroes Tribute Scholarship is to provide access to affordable education to children, siblings, and spouses of war heroes, also men and women in uniform. We want to make sure every loved one of a war hero and every soldier and officer of our armed services can attend ADA University and receive a quality education. While doing so, we also want to transform this university into a community, where a sense of citizenship and social responsibility is further upheld and endorsed.
• Prospective student and/or enrolled student must be a child, sibling or spouse of a military serviceman wounded in war.
• Prospective student and/or enrolled student must be a child of a current military serviceman with disability.
• Prospective student and/or enrolled student must be a child of Armed Forces pensioner with disability of the Armed Services of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
• Prospective student and/or enrolled student must be a child of a person with “National Hero” status.
• Prospective student must be a current member of the Armed Services of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
• Eligible students receive a 100 percent tuition waiver for the first semester of study.
• As of the second semester, returning students who accumulate a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.50 or higher or successfully pass EAPP level in undergraduate and 3.00 or higher in graduate programs receive a 100 percent tuition waiver. These standards are for the semester.
• Eligible students must maintain a full load coursework by earned hours.
• Students found in violation of the ADA University Honor Code and Student Code of Conduct once will not be eligible for scholarship for the remainder of their tenure at the University.
• Undergraduate students can study maximum 4 years/8 terms in a degree program (Fall and Spring terms only) plus maximum 1 year/2 terms in an EAPP program starting from the admission term by using Heroes Tribute Scholarship, whereas graduate students can study maximum 2 years/4 terms (Fall and Spring terms only) starting from the admission term by using Heroes Tribute Scholarship. The summer term fee is not covered by Heroes Tribute Scholarship.
How to apply?
1. Applicant has to provide supporting documents by sending them to the Finance Office (firstname.lastname@example.org), four weeks prior the first day of the classes start. The email should include supporting documents as well as an official letter issued to the Finance Office. The newly admitted students may cover the deposit amount if the decision is not provided before the registration deadline.
2. The application will then be carefully examined, and the result of the application will be communicated to the applicant. A student who received a rejection has 30 calendar days to fully cover the debt.