Are you a indigene of borno state and want to apply for this scholarship then this post is for you 2023/2024
The Borno State Scholarships Board is delighted to announce that the online portal for scholarship enrollment will soon be open to students of Borno State. This initiative is designed to offer financial support to Borno State indigenes who have secured admission into recognized tertiary institutions in Nigeria for their first year of studies.
|Announcement||Scholarship portal opening for 2022/2023 and 2023/2024 enrolments|
|Dates||Open from 14th September to 14th October, 2023|
|Eligibility||First-year students from Borno State in Nigerian higher institutions|
|Caution||Extra care needed in application; no complaints entertained for errors|
|Portal||Portal accessible for a one-month period|
|Institutions||Scholarships for institutions of higher learning in Nigeria|
|Application||Via a designated online portal|
|Note||Wrong registration not subject to complaint|
Eligibility Criteria: Who Can Apply for the Borno State Scholarship?
Admission and First-Year Registration Requirements
This scholarship opportunity is exclusively available to individuals who are indigenes of Borno State and have successfully secured admission into accredited institutions of higher learning within Nigeria. Furthermore, these candidates must have completed their first-year registration with the respective educational institution.
Application Timeline: Key Dates to Remember
Opening and Closing Dates
The scholarship portal is scheduled to be activated on the 14th of September, 2023, and will remain open for precisely one month, concluding on the 14th of October, 2023.
How to Apply: Navigate Your Way to Scholarship Enrolment
Application Portal and Steps
Prospective applicants can submit their scholarship applications by visiting the official Borno State Scholarships Board portal via the following link: http://scholarship.bo.gov.ng/.
Cautionary Note on Application Submission
Applicants are strongly advised to exercise caution and attentiveness while filling out their application forms. The Board specifies that it will not entertain any grievances or complaints pertaining to erroneous registrations.