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OAU Students Scramble for Agbami Scholarship

By Adejumo Kabir


The students of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-If, during the week stormed various online registration centers within and outside the campus to apply for 2017 Agbami Scholarship application for 2017.

The scholarship are meant for 100 and 200 Level full time undergraduates students from any state of the federation, studying  Medicine and Surgery, Dentistry, Pharmacy and Engineering in Nigeria.

OUA students studying the above listed courses stormed online registration centers to access the   link http://www.scholastica.ng/schemes/agbami  to fill the application form.

The sharing of the linke also dominated major social media group platforms trending within the OAU campus.

Deadline for the scholarship is this week Friday 7th  of April, 2017.

According to available information on the website visited by Ife City News reporter, selected students will be invited for computer based qualifying tests in selected examination centers nationwide.

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Star Deep Water Petroleum Limited, a Chevron company and operator of the Agbami Field, in its continuous support for capacity building in the health and engineering sectors as a strategic feed into the national manpower pool, is offering a number of University Scholarship Awards to qualified Nigerian students from all states of the federation.

The scholarship program, funded by Star and its Agbami co-venturers, is a major component of their social investment in the strategic development of health and technological education in Nigeria.

Also, the application is open to full-time 100 or 200 level students admitted in 2016/2017 or 2015/2016 academic session only with scanned copies of white background not more than 3 months old school ID card, admission letter, birth certificate, O’ level result, JAMB result, and local government area letter of identification.


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