Scholarships in Nigeria to study abroad 2019

Latest / Ongoing Scholarships for Internship

      • Internship Scholarship by he Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) 2019/2020

      • The Internship Programme is a learning opportunity aiming to attract talented young women and men who are strongly motivated to share their new perspectives, innovative ideas and latest research experience in FAO’s domains. The programme provides selected students, enrolled in an under-graduate, graduate or post-graduate degree programme or recent graduates with the opportunity to supplement, their academic knowledge with a practical work assignments in a field related to the work of FAO. This will enable them to gain a better understanding of FAO’s mandate and programmes. At the same time, the Programme provides FAO with the assistance of qualified individuals specializing in relevant fields in connection to FAO Strategic Objectives and UN Sustainable Development Goals.

      • Internship Scholarship by African Development Bank Group 2019/2020

      • The broad objectives of the program are to:

        • Provide students with an opportunity to acquire professional and practical experience at the African Development Bank.
        • Provide the Bank with a pool of potential candidates for future recruitment purposes.
        • Eligible Interns will be provided with a monthly stipend.

        However applicants should not expect the internship to lead to immediate employment with the Bank.


      • Internship Programme Scholarship by Nigerian Bottling Company (Coca - Cola) 2019/2020

      • The Coke Summership Program provides a robust developmental platform for Nigerian students at home and abroad to intern with us to gain industry experience during their academic Summer breaks. This year, the program will commence in June and end in August in our Lagos locations only. If you fit the profile below we invite you to make the move and develop your career with us.

      • Internship/Talent Program Scholarship by The Access Resource Management Holdings (ARM) Investment 2019/2020

        • Good learning opportunities, via practical work experience prior to entry into the labour market or progression to further ones’ career.
        • This is a great chance to get your career started at a leading investment management firm and gain some valuable work experience.
        • In addition to working with the best people in the industry, our interns are provided with comprehensive training in an environment which is geared towards learning, and are exposed to real life business projects, transactions, and company initiatives.
        • At the end of the programme, interns are required to write a report and give a presentation on a project topic in order to assess their suitability. In addition to developing technical skills and experience, the AYTP provides interns the opportunity to develop interpersonal skills through networking with other interns, current employees and clients.
      • Internship Programme Scholarship by Oxford Nuffield Department of Medicine (NDM) 2019/2020

      • This year the department has several country-specific awards for internships. The awards will cover the travel and living costs for a two-month internship in a departmental research laboratory. The scholarship awarded is to the value of £3,000. Accommodation will be arranged at an Oxford college for students funded through these awards and accommodation costs will be deducted from the award and paid to the college on your behalf. The accommodation provided is basic and cannot be altered once students have arrived. The award payments will be made in regular instalments after your arrival in the UK.

        • Funding for students from Japan: the department has funding for up to three students from Japanese universities.
        • Funding for students from China: the department receives funding from the Victor and William Fung Foundation for approximately five students per year.
        • Funding for students from Brazil: the department has funding for up to three students from Brazilian universities.
        • Funding for students from Mexico: internships are also available for up to three students from Mexico.
        • Funding for students from Africa: up to five internships are available (supported by the AfOx initiative) to applicants who have been legally resident in an African country for at least one year out of the last five years. These internships will include support for travel costs as well as living costs while in Oxford.

        Please note that the number of awards available is restricted and that this is therefore a competitive application process. Fulfilling the criteria listed above does not guarantee you an award.

        Well-qualified students who are not eligible to apply for the NDM internships above may wish to get in touch with a PI directly to inquire about any other opportunities and funding that may be available in their labs. Students funded directly by a PI would be responsible for arranging their own accommodation in Oxford, although the department can offer help and suggestions.