Scholarships for young Women in Nigeria, brought to you by NWAG
- 1 Scholarships for young Women in Nigeria, brought to you by NWAG
Are you a Nigerian female undergraduate looking forward to study abroad? this dream has is now made possible by Scholarships for young Women in Nigeria NWAG. bellow will guide you on how to enroll.
The Nigerian Women Association of Georgia (NWAG) is offering scholarship opportunities to Nigerian women who are willing to pursue a degree program in Nigeria. NWAG plans to award 37 unique scholarships, one per state of origin and one for the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), in the amount of one hundred thousand Naira (N100,000) each, to women interested in Nigerian universities.
Deadline for Application
The application closes on the 30th of May 2020
Countries that can apply
Only Nigeria can apply for this schorlarship
This application is provided for Undergraduates only
37 Awards will be given at last
The winners of this award will be granted the sum of one Hundred thousand naira (N100,000)
Requirement for the application
Every applicant must be a Nigerian female, undergraduate student in a Nigerian University.
How to Apply for the Scholarship
Interested applicants should click the link bellow to download the application form
Application form Link
- Applicants must submit the following documents along with their completed application form by May 30, 2020:
- Proof of State of Origin: Letter of Origin from the university or a letter from the local government office.
- Two letters of recommendation from two of the following: pastor of the church / imam of the mosque, head of the village, president of the local government or one of his lecturers.
- 1 Letter of recommendation from the Dean of your Faculty / School or from your Head of Department.
- Photocopy of your current college student ID card
- A current photograph of yourself
- An explanation of why you need and should receive the scholarship (no more than half of the typed page).
- A two-page, double-spaced, typed essay on:
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