Jim Ovia Scholarship is now open for undergraduate students in Nigerian universities.
The scholarship or grant is available to all potential Nigerian Students. It’s provided really to make a network of future market leaders within Nigeria who are able to compete globally with their peers, bring new ideas, creativity and are committed to bettering the lives and circumstances of men and women in their respective communities.
Jim Ovia Scholarship Details
– Candidates must citizens of Nigeria
– Scholarships are granted based on personal intellectual capability, leadership capability and a desire to contribute to society at large to increase the lives of others.
– Interested applicants should click on this link to apply
– Create a fresh accounts or login with your existing qualifications if you currently have a Jim Ovia Scholar account.
– The scholarship form will be available for application from Sept 15 to November 15, 2016.
Applications are supported with the following:
i) Completed online application
ii) Valid Identification Card (e.g. International passport, Voter’s card, National Identification or Driver’s LICENSE). The only exception will be for minors below age 18 years who cannot obtain a government ID. In that case, a birth certificate will be accepted instead of national Identification card for such minors.
iii) An official originalLetter (not photocopied) from your school/Head of Department stating the following: – Your full-name – Course Title – Department – CGPA – Gender – Matric number. Recently matriculated students who’ve not yet received their matriculation number or school ID card must definitely provide a provisional admission letter.
iv) Original O’Level Certificate (WAEC or NECO)
v) Original JAMB certificate
vi) A valid university student ID
vii) A passport photograph
Applicants are advised to read the Scholarship application guide
15th November 2016.
To find out more visit the official page
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