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Funding & Sustainability

Funding & Sustainability

Funding for the take off and maintenance of operations at Scholars University will come from a wide variety of sources (in order to mitigate risk) including profits from a diverse portfolio of business investments, the founder’s personal savings and the goodwill of the host community of Amalem (already used to acquire over 130 hectares of land -- with an estimated market value of over US$ 1.48 million -- on which to site Scholars University), grants, revenues from royalties on intellectual property, products and services created by faculty (which will be shared fairly with the faculty as partners in revenue generation) and returns on capital investments and endowment funds.

Some of the businesses Scholars University is investing in include Information and Communications Technology (ICT) products and services – portal access management services, transportation network services, custom software, and so on --, agriculture – fish farming, poultry farming, oil palm plantation farming, and so on --, agribusiness – oil palm processing plants, cassava processing plants, water extraction and purification plants, and so on, real estate – low cost housing units for rent, and so on.