These scholarships are administered by the Senate. If, for whatever reason, a student does not have the funds to study at the AP Academy, but in the opinion of the Senate and on the recommendation of the Faculty Board, nevertheless shows academic potential, the student can apply to the Scholarship Committee for a need scholarship for the payment of his/her tuition fees at the AP Academy. Such a student must provide the APA with a complete budget for the relevant study year, as well as reasons why the student cannot find the study money. The Senate judges on the merits of the case. These scholarships are awarded subject to the availability of funds. You can send an email to [email protected], for the attention of the Scholarship Committee.
The Senate of the AP Academy also administers further need-based scholarships from the APA Student Support Fund. Students who have successfully completed one or more academic years at the AP Academy may be eligible for a need-based scholarship. This scholarship is considered in consultation with the Faculty Councils of the AP Academy. Students must submit a complete report regarding their finances as well as their need. Students are expected to succeed and progress academically when considering a need-based scholarship.