“The School for Gods” is meant to be given free of charge to all those who are ready and willing to understand. All proceeds will be donated to the European School of Economics and will be used to provide scholarships for deserving students dedicated to a new way of studying. Self-knowledge and self-government will be the portals for a new era, a new humanity, a new life. (Elio D’Anna)
25 young Zambian women have been selected to receive the Justina Mutale Scholarship to continue their education at institutions of higher learning around the world. The announcement was made at the Official Launch of the Justina Mutale Foundation’s Scholarship Programme, which was held at the Zambian High Commission in London, on Thursday 9th June 2016.
The event was graced by Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General, Her Excellency Dr Josephine Ojiambo; African Union Permanent Representative to the European Union and ACP Secretariat in Brussels, Ambassador Ajay K. Bramdoe; Founder & President of the European School of Economics Professor Elio D’Anna; and Professor Chris O. Imafidon, Advisor to the British Monarchy, World Governments and World Leaders & Chair of Excellence in Education.
Among the 25 scholarship recipients is Zambia’s female teenage boxing champion, Catherine Phiri, who has been selected to study Sports Management at the European School of Economics in Italy. Another recipient is Chibombo-based teenage marketer, Bianca Hamweete, who will study International Business and Leadership at the same institution.
The Justina Mutale Scholarship Programme is an Africa-wide initiative which aims to provide opportunities to academically talented young African women from underprivileged backgrounds in Africa, to pursue higher education at overseas institutions of learning around the world.