BASSETERRE, St. Kitts — The Ministry of Foreign Affairs celebrates three more nationals, this time in their capacity as the proud recipients of the 2021 Romanian Scholarships, to each pursue undergraduate studies in Romania.
The three recipients are: Miss Nikovah Diamond will pursue Kinesiotherapy at Transylvania University of Brasov; Miss Kianna Lawrence will pursue Graphics Design at West University of Timisoara; and Joshua Salters Horticulture at the University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest. All three recipients will first be required to complete one year of immersion into the Romanian language and culture before commencing their respective degree programmes.
The students, who recently arrived in Romania all expressed delight in being the Federation’s first recipients of this award. They explained that individually, their research led them to identify the need for professionals in areas regarding their choices of study, to greater contribute to the broader plan for national development. Not only are these students looking forward to all that their degree programmes entail, but also to what the country has in store for them through its rich language and culture.
The Ministry thanks the Government of Romania for extending this opportunity to Saint Kitts and Nevis nationals and looks forward to great success from this scholarship programme. The 2021 Romanian Scholarships will cover tuition fees, accommodation in university dormitories, and monthly living allowances for a full five years of study.