Adamawa state scholarship application portal is now open and accessible to students who are seeking scholarships in 2023 within and outside Nigeria.
We’re always trying our best to ensure that each and every Nigerian has access to scholarship information and updates in other to have access to education in Nigeria.
This blog post contains detailed information you need to know about the current ongoing Adamawa State Scholarship scheme. If you’re able to follow all instructions in this guide, you’ll be able to navigate your way around and apply for the scholarship with ease. We hope you end up becoming a beneficiary of the 2022/2023 Adamawa State scholarship scheme through the information we’re going to provide here in this article.
Without us wasting too much time, let us dive into today’s topic of discussion.
The government of Adamawa State is giving out scholarships to students of Nigerian tertiary institutions who prove some level of intellect academically. This scholarship is offered by the state government and is more of a governmental social welfare and cooperative responsibility whereby the government makes financial provisions to students that are indigenes of the state.
This scholarship program is sponsored by the state government through the Adamawa State bursary.
The whole aim of the scholarship as I have mentioned before is to assist young intelligent and talented students in different institutions in Nigeria learning one course or the other and finding it difficult to support themselves financially in the cause of their studies. Since the introduction of this scholarship program, millions of students have benefited and more will also benefit.
The interesting thing about the Adamawa state scholarship is that anyone can be a beneficiary whether they are outside or in Nigeria so long as they’re indigenes and meet the basic requirement of the scholarship.
What Is The Requirement For Adamawa State Scholarship Program?
Below are the basic requirements you must meet if you want to become a beneficiary of the Adamawa state scholarship program.
- One of the most important and number one criteria for becoming a beneficiary of the Adamawa state scholarship is being an indigene of Adamawa state. The major reason behind the scheme is to support the indigenes of the state.
- You must be admitted into any tertiary institution that is approved and recognized
- You must prove an outstanding performance by showing good grades.
- You must be in any of the Nigerian higher institutions such as university, Polytechnics, College of Education, etc are all expected to have a minimum CGPA of 3.0
- You must undergo the verification process and screening exercise where all of your credentials will be verified
- Your primary school certificate is mandatory. You must ensure you have it during the screening exercise.
- You must have a proof of state origin document to show you’re an indigene of Adamawa state.
- You must present your statement of result containing your CGPA (That is for University/Polytechnic/ College/ School of Nursing Students etc).
List of Eligible Local Government Areas In Adamawa State
The Adamawa state scholarship is available to 21 local government areas of the state. Once you’re from any of the local governments listed above, you can go ahead and apply if you meet the requirement.
- Mubi North
- Mubi South
- Yola North (State capital)
- Yola South
How to Apply For the 2022 Adamawa State Government Scholarship Program
The application process for the Adamawa state scholarship program is easy and straightforward. The application is done strictly online. This means that you don’t need to pay anyone for an application form.
If anyone is asking you to pay for any form, kindly know that you are dealing with a fraudster.
To apply for the Adamawa State Scholarship scheme visit https://adamawastate.gov.ng/.
follow all the instructions and apply by filling out the form and making sure you enter all the correct details.
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