The University of Benin (UNIBEN) 2023 Pharmacy Scholarship Programme is now accepting applications.
This esteemed scholarship, kindly sponsored by the Edugie and Samuel and Margaret Uhumwangho Foundations, is exclusively for dedicated undergraduate students pursuing a Pharmacy degree.
Understanding the Eligibility Criteria
To ensure a fair and merit-based allocation of the scholarship, there are specific eligibility criteria that every aspiring applicant should fulfill. Here’s what you need to know:
Degree and Level of Study
Applicants should be enrolled in the undergraduate Pharmacy program at the University of Benin. This scholarship is tailored for students currently in their 200 to 600 level of study.
Consistency in academic excellence is crucial. Hence, interested candidates must boast a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of at least 3.0. This ensures the scholarship is accorded to the most deserving and diligent students.
Endorsement from Faculty
A genuine endorsement or support from a Senior Lecturer (or a higher rank) within the Faculty of Pharmacy is a non-negotiable requirement.
This adds a layer of authenticity to the application, assuring that the student is well-regarded within the academic community.
How to Apply
Ready to seize this unparalleled academic opportunity? You can submit your application at the official portal.
Note: Ensure you have all required documentation and endorsements before beginning the application process.
Deadline for Application
It’s essential to keep track of time as the deadline to submit your application is on the 14th of October 2023. Post this date, no applications will be entertained.
Need Assistance or Have Queries
Should you have any questions or require further clarification on the scholarship program, do not hesitate to contact Oluwafemi Adeyemi, the President of the Pharmacy Association of Nigerian Students (PANS) at the UNIBEN chapter. He can be reached at 08065369492.
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