A scholarship to PCP in your name empowers a student who will go far.

A scholarship in your name empowers a student who will go far.

For a middle income student a $3,000 scholarship makes the 16-month Program affordable.

For a low income student $5,000 is enough.

A full scholarship is $9,600.

Students receiving named scholarships will get in touch with their benefactors.


Costs for a sixteen student cohort of the Pre-Collegiate Program:


A week long study trip to Bagan to explore ancient Burmese civilization


Membership in the American Center, British Council, and India Library


Multiple exploratory internship site visits in Yangon


A day-long field trip to a rubber plantation (by hired open-air pick-up)


A field trip to a mangrove stand at the edge of Yangon (by city bus)


Yes, gifts go a long way in Myanmar. All contributions are tax deductible in the US.


There are many ways to contribute.

1.Check or Money Order

You may send a check or money order made out to the Myanmar Foundation for Analytic Education, Inc.

Ms. Barbara Engelhardt, Treasurer

Myanmar Foundation for Analytic Education, Inc.

2101 S. Garfield Ave. #233

Loveland CO 80537

(H) 970-667-2664 (C) 970-217-9045

(E-mail) barbengelhardt@gmail.com


2. A Major Credit Card or via PayPal. 


3. We are delighted to receive gifts of stock.

The Myanmar Foundation for Analytic Education, Inc. is recognized by the IRS as a nonprofit, 501 c 3 organization.

EIN 06-1622911.  Incorporated in Delaware in 2001, it is created to provide assistance to the Pre-Collegiate

Program, to its graduates, and for other educational purposes concerning Myanmar.  The United States Treasury

Department, Office of Foreign Assets Control, issued a general license permitting its work to be exempt from the

sanctions against Burma at that time.

Our Impact

  • The graduation rate from college within 6 years is 94%.
  • Of the 156 alumni, 66 are working in Myanmar, 54 are in college, 17 in grad school, and 19 working abroad.
  • Your support opens global education to the next generation of leaders across many fields.