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SCHOLARSHIPS @ STEP

Abdul Sattar Edhi (Late)(1928-2016)
Edhi Youth Talent Scholarship

The Pakistan Youth Talent Scholarship (initiated in 2015) was renamed after late Abdul Sattar Edhi in 2017, as our token of appreciation for the great contributions of this legendary son of the soil. This scholarship aims to prepare top talented candidates for careers in design fields. Youth with prior achievements/portfolios are encouraged to apply under this scheme. Scholarship decisions are based on the quality of portfolios, entry test, and interview assessments.

Lady Anna Molka Ahmed (Late)(1917 –1995)
Anna Molka Scholarship for Minorities

This scholarship is named after Lady Anna Molka Ahmed (Late). She was a famous Pakistani artist and pioneer of fine arts education in the country after the independence of Pakistan in 1947. She was the professor of fine arts at the University of Punjab. STEP is proud to initiate two academic undergraduate scholarships for minorities every year to acknowledge her wonderful contributions. This scholarship scheme is implemented at IADM as well as Mélange Institute & Beauty Lounge.

Master Sultan Ali Samarqand (Late)(1921-2000)
Samarqand Scholarship for GB Students

The Master Sultan Ali Samarqand Academic Scholarship scheme was set up to facilitate the residents of Gilgit-Baltistan with the mission of providing financial assistance to deserving and creative students. The Scholarship principally targets four-year academic programmes and the amount of the award is decided by the committee for each individual applicant, based on previous education, experience, and interview assessment, whereas a 50% fee waiver is authorized for any student from the GB region.

Michael David Haydon Scholarship & Financial assistance for:

  • Out-station students
  • Need-based students
  • Students with academic excellence
  • Next of kin for siblings & children of STEP students & Staff
  • Siblings/children of martyrs (Shuhda)
  • Parents in Government Service, Armed Forces, Educationists

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