The Scholarship award is open to all Nigerian Students in the various Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria and outside Nigeria.
To take part in this scholarship offer, you need to write and submit an essay on More Learning to More People: How can Nigeria be more innovative in bridging its literacy and skills gap? to email@example.com
The entries has to be at least between 2000 words and 5000 words and must be submitted on or before the 31st August 2013 in Microsoft word .doc format
ENTRY CRITERIA AND GUIDELINES
- Be admitted a a government approved tertiary institution in Nigeria or outside Nigeria
- The essay must be written in English and must be between 2000 words and 5000 words
- The entry must be submitted on or before 31st August 2013 via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- The Essay should be written in Font size 12 and should either be doubled spaced or 1.5 spaced
- The Name and The Date of Birth of the entrant
- Contact details of the entrant (email and phone number)
- Entrant's Institution details which includes the name of the Institution
The address of the institution
Course of Study
Year of Entry
Student Number (Registration number or Matriculation number
The essay would be judged on Grammar, Clarity, Coherence and Focus on a solution
Successful candidates might be required to orally defend their entries.
Only one scholarship will be awarded. There will however be consolation prizes for up to two other entrants.
More information can be found be found HERE
Why am blogging about this? I believe that conflicts/problems can only be solved by parties that are interested in resolving their differences or are willing to find a solution to the issues. Two good heads are better than one, and Three or more good heads is even better. Education is crucial to the development of any country, countries that have risen from the ashes to glory like China have done so only because they realized the role that education plays in economic prosperity. Even countries like Saudi Arabia spends millions of dollars on scholarships to enable their citizens acquire a topnotch education outside the shores of their country.