National Youth Empowerment Commission (NAYEC) Undergraduate Scholarship 2013

This is another Undergraduate Scholarships on offer by the National Youth Empowerment Commission (NAYEC) for the year 2013. It closes on 12th April, 2013 so, you should act on it as soon as possible.

The National Youth Empowerment Commission (NAYEC) is offering a number of Undergraduate Scholarship awards to qualified Nigerian students. The program aims to promote academic excellence and improved skills among young Nigerians. Applications are invited from full-time degree students in recognized Nigerian tertiary institutions.

Applicants should be first year and second year students in the 2012/2013Academic year.

Scholarship Critaria:
Application must be accompanied with scanned copies (electronically) or photocopy (manually) of:
• SSCE/GCE O/Level Result or equivalent (WAEC Computer Printout of SSCE/WASSCE/NECO Result).
• JAMB/University Admission Letter.
• Letter of Identification from applicant’s Local Government Area, duly signed by the Chairman or Secretary.
• One recent passport-size photograph with full names written at the back.

How To Apply
Interested candidates can apply electronically (by e-mail) or manually (by P.O Box) by sending an e-mail (electronic) or on one sheet of A4 paper (manual) containing the following information:
1. Full Name (surname first):
2. Title (Mr./Mrs./Miss):
3. Phone number:
4. E-mail address:
5. Institution:
6. Course of study:
7. Duration of Course:
8. Session of Admission:
9. Year & Mode of Entry:
10. Matriculation Number:
11. JAMB Registration Number:
12. Current CGPA (as at time of Application):
13. State of Origin:
14. LGA:
15. Postal Address:
16. Permanent Address:

All electronic applications should be sent to: [email protected] Or [email protected]
All manual applications should be addressed to:
National Youth Empowerment commission
P.O. Box 553
Garki, Abuja.
The envelops should be marked “12/13 NAYEC Scholarship Awards”

Application Deadline Date
Scholarship Application closes midnight 12th April, 2013.

Freshers who are yet to have a CGPA as at the time of application should indicate ‘NIL’ for CGPA.
• Above details would be verified, so applicants should ensure that the details provided above are true as of time of application because automaticdisqualification might be a penalty to those who default.
• Applicants who have not regularized their admission with JAMB need notapply.
• Only shortlisted candidates would be contacted.

Good luck to applicants!!!

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  1. this is scam oooooooo…..nobody should apply ooo…i did it last year and they almost ate my 3500….so shine ur eye…once u r asked to pay any amount of money…stop immediately…REMEMBER NO SCHOLARSHIP PROVIDER WILL ASK U TO PAY A DIME FOR ANY SCHOLARSHIP….USE UR HEAD

    1. Thanks for sharing the information with us. Generally speaking, we should always exercise care in everything that we do.

  2. Pls I recieved an email on wednesday -may 1 from NAYEC asking me to pay the sum of #2300 for certificate/credentials verification and preparation of proposed venues for aptitude test.
    Pls hope this isnt a confirmation to the already said fraudulent attempt?
    Moreover, since NAYEC (Google doesnt even recognize such name) is supposed to be under the supervision of the Min. Of Youth development, is it right to ask for any fee whatsoever prior to the award of the said scholarship?

    Admin pls reply asap

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