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Media Trust Scholarship Scheme 2014 (For Female Medical Students)



Qualification for the Media Trust Scholarships: To qualify for the Scholarship Award, applicants must fulfill the following conditions: Must be a Nigerian Female Medical Student. Must be in 200 level and above and must have passed their examinations. Must be a student of one of the following: University of Ilorin, Kwara State, Usman Danfodio University, ... Continue Reading

Qualification for the Media Trust Scholarships:

To qualify for the Scholarship Award, applicants must fulfill the following conditions:

  • Must be a Nigerian Female Medical Student.
  • Must be in 200 level and above and must have passed their examinations.
  • Must be a student of one of the following:
  1. University of Ilorin, Kwara State,
  2. Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto State or
  3. University of Maiduguri, Borno State.

Method of Application:

Interested students who meet the above requirements and wish to apply for the Media Trust scholarship awards are to collect Application Forms from the College Secretary’s Office of their respective Colleges/Faculties, fill appropriately and attach passport, photocopies of Admission letter, I. D. Card, Certificate of Origin and Course Registration Form for the current Academic Session.

Closing Date for the Application:

All applications for the 2014 Media trust Scholarships must be submitted not later than Friday, 20th June, 2014.

Completed Application Forms should be sent to:

Administrative Secretary,

20, P. O. W. Mafemi Crescent,

Off Solomon Lar Way, Utako District,

Abuja or

P. O. Box, 6873 Wuse,

Abuja.

Enquiries: 08067820969, 08032575961

E-mail: schorlarship@dailytrust.com

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Exercise The Body, Exercise The Brain

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