The All Bahamas Merit Scholarship is the most prestigious scholarship awarded to a single Bahamian candidate.
The National Merit Scholarship is the second highest level of merit scholarship awarded by the Government of The Bahamas and can be awarded to multiple Bahamian applicants.
The National Academic Scholarship is a scholarship awarded to well-rounded candidates with an overall GPA of 3.0 or above.
The National Technical Scholarship is a technical scholarship awarded to Bahamian students who wish to pursue a certification course or degree in a technical or vocational field.
The National Tuition Assistance Scholarship, formerly known as the National Grant, is awarded to Bahamian students and is intended to assist high school graduates or persons who are currently pursuing professional, technical, graduate or post graduate degree studies. Award recipients are selected on the basis of academic success at the high school or college level. High school graduates must possess a GPA of 3.0 or above and a minimum of five (5) BGCSEs with a grade of “C” or higher. Those currently in college must possess a GPA of 3.0 or above. This grant has a maximum value of $7,500.00 per annum at internationally accredited institutions, colleges and universities, $4,000.00 for local institutions and approved online degree programmes, and is renewable for up to four (4) years of study at accredited local and international universities, colleges, and technical and vocational institutions. Successful candidates must pursue a course of study that meets with national development goals at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
The Public School Scholars Programme was instituted in 2015 to promote college readiness, equity and college access in the public school system.