Are you a school leaver? Are you or your parents experiencing some sort of financial difficulties? Are you of good character with goals of getting a quality university degree? If you can answer yes to the 3 questions above then this is the chance you’ve been waiting for. The Nigerian Renaissance Initiative TNRI Scholarship has ... Continue Reading
Are you a school leaver?
Are you or your parents experiencing some sort of financial difficulties?
Are you of good character with goals of getting a quality university degree?
If you can answer yes to the 3 questions above then this is the chance you’ve been waiting for. The Nigerian Renaissance Initiative TNRI Scholarship has been set up by an anonymous donor to run every year from now onwards so as to enable school leavers with university ambitions that would have otherwise not being able to achieve their educational aspirations due to financial constraints.
Application is opened to all so if you know someone or you can say yes to the 3 questions then please send in your applications.
Applicants are to email the committee a 400 worded essay stating how they deserve to be the recipient of 2014 TNRI Scholarship to email@example.com
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Scholarships have always been a reward for students academic intelligence, outstanding performances and potential. But beyond that, many of us scout for scholarships as a means of financial support for our academic pursuits especially in the university or college. Before scholarships are awarded to students as we are well aware, they are shortlisted for scholarship examinations or tests on the basis of their application and are selected for the awards on the basis of their performance in these scholarship exams or tests.
As I will always believe, the success of any endeavor has a lot to do with how well it is planned and how preparations are carried out. I hope that after going through this post, you will be better equipped to map and draft out plans and adequately prepare for scholarships.
1. Start early to do your due diligence.
Start on time to scout for scholarships and try to recognize the most viable and possible options for you. If you are in the university, for example, you need to start to do your due diligence and scout for viable scholarships from your first year in the university. My success in the attainment of scholarships while in school can be traced back to my first year when I began on time to scout for scholarships.
2. It all starts with your application.
The application form you are usually asked to fill, perhaps online or otherwise and the details usually requested for by scholarship sponsors are the greatest determinants of the chances you have of being awarded the scholarship(s). It is how you advertise yourself, so don’t fill it in a haste, do it very carefully and smartly as you would when applying for a job position or office. Remember, that you will be shortlisted on the basis of your application.(See More)