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Guinness Nigeria 2023 Undergraduate Scholarship Scheme for Young Nigerians

Applications are now open for the Guinness Nigeria Undergraduate Scholarship Scheme 2023 for Young Nigerians.

The Guinness Nigeria Undergraduate Scholarship Scheme supports Guinness Nigeria’s commitment to implementing transformative schemes that foster youth development. The scholarship will provide full tuition for students who are currently studying in Public Nigerian Universities.


Guinness Nigeria Undergraduate Scholarship

Application DeadlineApril 13, 2023
Country to studyNigeria
TypeUndergraduate
SponsorGuinness Nigeria
GenderMen and Women
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Requirements for Guinness Nigeria Undergraduate Scholarship

Application is open to students studying any of the following courses:

  • STEM Courses (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
  • Humanities
  • Administration
  • Law
  • Medicine

Candidates must be 1st or 2nd year students in Public Nigeria Universities

Selection Process

Selection Criteria:

  • Candidates may be required to write an aptitude test.
  • Shortlisted candidates may be required to provide a letter of introduction from the Chairman of their Community Development Associations where applicable.

Application Deadline

April 13, 2023

How to Apply

Interested and qualified? Go to Guinness Nigeria on forms.office.com to apply

For more details, visit Guinness Nigeria website


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