Apply For 2022 NNPC Scholarship
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Application is currently ongoing for the 2022 NNPC Scholarship. The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC is one of Africa’s largest state Oil & Gas companies with a presence in every area of the Oil and Gas value chain.
You now have an opportunity to apply for the NNPC Joint Venture Scholarship 2022. The NNPC 2022 Scholarship application deadline is 8th July 2022.
Eligibility For NNPC Scholarship 2022
- Registered Full-TIME undergraduates in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions
- Certified 100 level students at the time of application (Only students admitted in the 2021/2022 academic session)
- Only Indigenes of NAOC Host/Transit Communities in Rivers, Bayelsa, Delta and Imo States SHOULD apply for the Host Communities Merit Award.
- Only applicants studying Engineering, Geology, Geosciences and Agricultural Science are eligible for the National Merit Award.
Requirements For NNPC 2022 Scholarship
- Passport photograph with white background not more than 3 months old (450px by 450px not more than 200kb)
- School ID Card
- O’level Certificate
- Admission Letter
- Birth Certificate
- Proof of Local Government Area of Origin
- Letter from Community Paramount Ruler (Only Applicants for Host Communities Merit Award)
- Letter from CDC Chairman (Only Applicants for Host Communities Merit Award).
- JAMB Result
How To Apply For NNPC Scholarship 2022
- Go to NNPC Scholastica Scholarship portal via https://candidate.scholastica.ng/schemes/naocscholarship2022
- Obtain the NNPC / NAOC / OANDO JV Tertiary Scholarship Via NNPC / NAOC / OANDO JV Tertiary Scholarship Portal.
- Click on the Scholarship form publication therein.
- Follow the instructions provided on the portal to successfully register and apply for the NNPC / NAOC / OANDO JV Tertiary Scholarship exercise.
- Print out your Scholarship Registration slip afterward.
- Finally, Wait for the feedback.
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