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2013/2014 TOTAL E&P NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP



NNPC/TOTAL hereby invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for its 2013/2014 National Merit Scholarship Awards. Who Is Qualified To Apply for NNPC/Total Scholarship? To qualify for consideration applicants MUST be/Show: Registered FULL TIME undergraduates in recognized Nigerian Universities. Certified 100/200 level students at the time of application Proof of SSCE or equivalent certificate Proof of ... Continue Reading

NNPC/TOTAL hereby invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for its 2013/2014 National Merit Scholarship Awards.

Who Is Qualified To Apply for NNPC/Total Scholarship?

To qualify for consideration applicants MUST be/Show:

  • Registered FULL TIME undergraduates in recognized Nigerian Universities.
  • Certified 100/200 level students at the time of application
  • Proof of SSCE or equivalent certificate
  • Proof of UME scores, Admission letters & Matriculation numbers

Note: The following categories of students should not apply:

  • 300 level students and above
  • Current beneficiaries of similar awards from other companies and agencies

Worth:

N150,000 per session

Application Closing Date

All applications for the 2013/2014 NNPC/Total National Merit Undergraduate Scholarship must be submitted not later than 30th March, 2014.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

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