President Donald Trump has announced a $25m scholarship to fund postgraduate studies at the University of California at Berkeley, the Associated Press reports.
Trump said he wanted to support the university’s postgraduate education program because he believes it is the best in the world.
Trump has previously promised to make $100m available for postgraduate study, although the president has not provided specifics on the number of postgraduates currently enrolled.
The President has already set aside $25,000 of his personal wealth to help fund the postgraduate programs, which will cost $1,000 each.
Trump is a big supporter of the university.
In January, he announced he would match donations to the postgraduate programs at Berkeley and California State University, Berkeley, with $10m of his own personal wealth.
The $25bn pledge by Trump comes on the heels of a string of announcements, including a pledge to spend $10bn on infrastructure, $10,000 to rebuild a military memorial to the late Gen. George Patton, $1bn for a new National Museum of American History and $5bn to help build a new Veterans Memorial.