NNPC/ESSO SCHOLARSHIP OPEN FOR APPLICATION(POSTGRADUATE)

The NNPC/ESSO scholarship application is currently open for graduates of Nigerian universities with a minimum of Second class upper in Engineering or Geoscience displines.

SCHOLARSHIP PROVIDER
Esso Exploration and Production NigeriaLimited

PROGRAMMES COVERED
Geosciences , Engineering (Petroleum, Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical,Sub-Sea and Marine)
LEVEL: Postgraduate

ELIGIBILITY FOR THE SCHOLARSHIP
1. Applicants Must be a graduate of a Nigerian University with a minimum of second class upper division in any of the engineering and Geosciences disciplines.
2. Applicants Must have provisional admission/accommodation into any reputable university.
3. Applicants should possess a Bachelor’s degree.

WHAT THE SCHOLARSHIP ENTAILS
The EEPNL scholarship award covers the Applicants;
• tuition,
• books,
• accommodation and
• living expenses for the duration of the selected course of study as well as
• The air fare to and from the location of study.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
• All applications are done online, by clicking here

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  1. Of course I appreciate your efforts on behalf of my Geoscience and Engineering friends. I, however is painfully hurt about the way corporate and government organisations treat students of arts and humanities whenever scholarships or other motivations to learning is called into question. Utter neglect. If what we do is of no import to national development, why do we still have such departments, they should be dissolved, so we can all become Geoscientists and Engineers.
    Balance is the spice of life. Balance the benefits handed out to students!

  2. Of course I appreciate your efforts on behalf of my Geoscience and Engineering friends. I, however am painfully hurt about the way corporate and government organisations treat students of arts and humanities whenever scholarships or other motivations to learning is called into question. Utter neglect. If what we do is of no import to national development, why do we still have such departments, they should be dissolved, so we can all become Geoscientists and Engineers.
    Balance is the spice of life. Balance the benefits handed out to students!

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