NNPC/Total Undergraduate Scholarships for Nigerian Students 2017/2018

Total Upstream Nigeria Limited (TUPNI), in pursuance of its Corporate Social Responsibility, is pleased to announce the commencement of  2017/2018 NNPC/TOTAL National Merit Scholarship application. The Total scholarship Selection Test will be conducted on Saturday December 3, 2016, at eleven (11) Centers across the Country.  Students are encouraged to submit their applications well in advance of the deadline.

Application Deadline: 31st October 2017

Offered annually? Yes

Eligible Countries: Nigeria

To be taken at (country): Nigerian Tertiary Institutions

Eligible Fields of Study: All

About Scholarship: Each year, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), and Total Upstream Companies in Nigeria (TUCN): Total Exploration & Production Nigeria Limited (Total E&P Nig Ltd) and Total Upstream Nigeria Limited (TUPNI), award scholarships to deserving Nigerian students in the tertiary institutions in the country.

The Total Scholarship scheme is aimed at promoting academic excellence and quality manpower development in the Country. This is one of the the many ways Total demonstrates its commitment to the educational development of Nigerian students. This is part of Total’s rich Corporate Social Responsibility. This scholarship scheme has been successfully carried out over the years.

total scholarshipType: Undergraduate

Selection Criteria and Eligibility

  1. Be a Registered FULL TIME undergraduate in a recognized Nigerian University
  2. Be a certified 100 or 200 level student at the time of application
  3. Show proof of SSCE or Equivalent Certificate.
  4. Show proof of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME) score.
  5. Show proof of Admission letter from the University and Matriculation Number
  6. Show proof of A-level or Equivalent Certificate (for direct entry students)

PLEASE NOTE:

  • Students with less than 200 score in UTME need not apply
  • Students with less than 2.50 CGPA of 5-point scale, or equivalent
  • 300 level students and above need not apply
  • Current beneficiaries of similar awards from other International Oil Companies (IOCs) need not apply

Number of Scholarships: Several

Value of Scholarship: Yet to be confirmed

Duration of Scholarship: Onetime financial support

How to Apply

  1. Personal Information: Enter your name, date of birth and permanent home address Upload your recent passport photograph.
  2. Contact Information: Enter your email and mobile phone information. Only use an active email and mobile phone number.
  3. Origin: Enter your state and local government of origin data. You are required to upload a certificate or proof of origin from your local government or state.
  4. University Information: Select your university, course and year of study. You will be required to upload your JAMB/University admission letter.
  5. Result Information: Input your JAMB score or CPGA. You are required to upload your JAMB statement of result and university CPGA. For year two medical students, your JAMB score suffices.

    6. Review Application: Review your application ensure all fields have been correctly entered. Upload all the documents required:

    • Recent Passport Photograph
    • Certificate or Proof of Origin
    • Senior Secondary Certificate of Education (SSCE)
    • UTME result
    • JAMB/University Admission Letter
    • 1st Year Result showing CGPA

    7. Conclusion: Attest that all info given is true. Accept terms and condition. On screen alert will confirm that you have successfully completed the application. You will receive an email to confirm this too.

    You will need to register here 

Visit Scholarship Webpage for details

Sponsors: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Total Upstream Companies in Nigeria (TUCN)

Important Notes: Total scholarship Application Forms must be completed online. Candidates will fully bear the cost transportation to test venue as no reimbursement shall be made. Candidates are therefore advised to choose text center closest to them.

WorldFish Post Doctoral Fellowship for International Researchers 2018 – Malaysia

WorldFish in collaboration with Cefas has created an exciting opportunity for a talented individual to focus on aquatic animal health as a key barrier to achieving future food security from aquaculture

Application Deadline: 15th October 2017

Eligible Countries: All

To Be Taken At (Country): WorldFish’s HQ in Penang, Malaysia with significant travel to various countries in Africa, Asia and Pacific as well as to Weymouth, UK and project partner Cefas, UK.

About the Award: The Research Fellow will coordinate and conduct research on emerging aquatic animal health challenges as a component of the Fish Health and Nutrition Research Cluster of the CGIAR Research Program on FISH. S/he will be expected to lead research on emerging fish diseases (in one or more of the areas of pathology, diagnostics, epidemiology) and, in engaging international and national research teams in Bangladesh, Egypt, Malaysia and other WorldFish focal and scaling countries and partners, to deliver World quality research on aquatic animal health. By close co-ordination with scientists within the Aquatic Animal Health Theme at Cefas, S/he will develop a strong network of international collaborators, benefitting ongoing programmes at both Worldfish and Cefas and, in developing new opportunities for international project work in this discipline. Training in specific disciplines (e.g. pathology, molecular diagnostics, metagenomics, surveillance) will be available via Cefas.

Type: Fellowship

Eligibility:    

  • PhD in aquatic animal health (e.g. pathology, diagnostics, genetics, epidemiology, etc).
  • At least three years related research experience demonstrating deep technical and communication (peer-reviewed publications, presentations) skills in aquaculture and aquatic animal health

Skills

  • Demonstrable ability to perform critical thinking on research issues in complex logistical or organisational settings.
  • Experience in fish health and/or disease (field sampling, pathology, molecular diagnostics).
  • Knowledge of aquatic epidemiology (e.g. experience in the use of epidemiological models and software for statistical analyses) and, socio-economic impact assessments.
  • Strong commitment to work on research with implications for FISH CRP and, its development outcomes and impact.
  • Strong ethical commitment to organisational values of WorldFish and Cefas.
  • Familiarity with software for data capture, storage, retrieval and analyses of data.
  • Strong project and time management skills (incl. graduate student supervision).
  • Ability and willingness to travel and able to work in multi-disciplinary teams.
  • Strong publications and resource mobilization track record.
  • Experience with the private sector and/or international organizations.
  • Relevant working experience in developing countries.
  • Knowledge in “big data” applications and tools for disease surveillance and diagnostics.

Value of Award: 

  • This position is co-funded by WorldFish and Cefas and classified as an Internationally Recruited Staff (IRS) position, based at WorldFish, Penang, Malaysia, with annual salary ranging between USD 42,000 – USD 46,000 per annum.
  • WorldFish’s IRS receive comprehensive benefits including (but not limited to) housing allowance*, relocation and repatriation assistance*, dependent education allowance*, home leave entitlement*, comprehensive insurance coverage for staff and eligible dependents, and pension/provident fund contribution.

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Duration of Program: Interviews are expected to be held by end of October 2017. The successful candidate should be available to commence latest by November 2017 for an initial 2 years contract, with possibility of extension depending on performance of and the availability of funding. Due to the high volume of applicants for WorldFish positions, we appreciate all interest, but only short-listed candidates will be notified.

How to Apply: Interested applicants are invited to submit the following information online latest by 15 October 2017:

  • A cover letter including a 2-page (max) description of why you are an ideal candidate and what you would bring to the role.
  • A current curriculum vitae.
  • Names and contacts (telephone, fax, and e-mail addresses) of three professional referees who are familiar with your qualifications and work experience. Your nominated referees ideally should have persons from each of the following category: direct supervisor, internal peer and/or direct report.

Screening will start immediately, and will continue until the position is filled. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Visit the Program Webpage for Details

Award Providers: WorldFish

Innovation Prize for Africa (IPA) 2018 for African Entrepreneurs. USD100 000 Prize

Are you an African entrepreneur, academic or inventor with an innovation that could potentially provide an African solution to some of the continent’s every day challenges? If your answer is “yes”, then you should apply for the Innovation Prize for Africa (IPA).

Application Deadline: 10th January 2018 at 23:59 GMT.

Offered annually? Yes

Eligible Countries: African countries

To be taken at (country): Innovation Prize for Africa (IPA) winners will be announced and awarded at a special ceremony. Venue and exact date will be announced by mid-April 2018 and will be posted on IPA website and other social media channels.

Eligible Fields: The Prize focuses on the following Innovation areas:

  • Agriculture/Agribusiness
  • Environment,Energy and Water
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Information, Communication and Technologies (ICTS)
  • Manufacturing and Service Industry

Innovations that fit into a thematic area not identified above are also welcome. However, the IPA Secretariat must be notified about this submission, with full details.

About the Award: IPA is an initiative of the African Innovation Foundation (AIF). The Innovation Prize for Africa (IPA) honours and encourages innovative achievements that contribute toward developing new products, increasing efficiency or saving cost in Africa. The prize also promotes among young African men and women the pursuit of science, technology and engineering careers as well as business opportunities with potential of contributing to sustainable development in Africa.

The theme for Innovation Prize for Africa (IPA) 2017 is “African innovation: Investing in prosperity”. This theme stems from the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) No. 9 which calls on countries to build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation. AIF believes that funding streams, investment and resources are critical to obtain a clear value chain for innovation in Africa, contributing to sustainable development.

Previous Innovation Prize for Africa (IPA) editions have held in Botswana (2016), Morocco (2015), Nigeria (2014), South Africa (2013) and Ethiopia (2012). Last year’s winners were selected from nearly 1,000 entries across 46 countries.

IPA is looking for applications in social and economic innovation including manufacturing and service industry, health and well-being, agriculture and agri-business, environment, energy and water, and ICT showcasing ground-breaking innovations. Other ventures are also welcome to apply, though.

Offered Since: 2011

Type: Entrepreneurship

Eligibility:  Below are specific guidelines on who can apply and how to apply:

  • Eligible innovations MUST be by Africans for Africa. Africans in the Diaspora can also apply if their innovations are of significance for Africa. People who do not hold citizenship of an African country are not eligible to apply. An exception will be made for Africans who hold the citizenship of a non-African country;
  • A fully completed application form with a full description of the innovation must accompany each submission; if not, the entry will be disqualified;
  • The innovation description should clearly illustrate the social and/or economic outcome and impact with regard to African development and the priority area chosen; it should also be in line with the IPA assessment and selection criteria.
  • Application forms and description of the innovation should be in English, French or Portuguese. While the innovations can be conducted in any language including local languages, the submissions should be translated and submitted in English, French or Portuguese;
  • Applicants are required to attach a letter of support/endorsement from an institution or an authority with knowledge of their innovation. This will serve as a testimony of how important the innovation is in addressing development challenges faced by Africans.
  • Each mandatory question on the application form MUST be answered; if not, the application will be deemed incomplete and disqualified.
  • There is no application fee and age limit, but the applicant must be in a position to defend their submission at any stage of the process.

Selection Criteria: In the overall assessment of winning applications, the winners are established with reference to:

  • The uniqueness of their innovations and superiority to similar or alternative solutions;
  • The size and nature of positive social impact that can be attributed to application of their innovation;
  • The potential of the innovation to become a commercial success or sustainable (for social innovations)

The following are the five criteria to be considered:

  1. Originality: The uniqueness of the product and its superiority in comparison with similar or alternative products in the market
  2. Marketability: The extent to which the innovation sufficiently addresses the problem it seeks to solve at a cost or model that is accessible to the target market
  3. Scalability: The extent to which the solution can be easily applied to other similar markets beyond the applicant’s immediate or local environment
  4. Social impact: The ability of the innovation to create or effect positive or desirable change within the target community and beyond
  5. Scientific/technical aspects: For tangible technical/scientific products; the extent to which the technical/scientific specifications of the innovation are grounded on established science and sufficiently address anticipated product risks.

Number of Awardees: 3

Value of AwardThe IPA 2018 will consist of three Awards and support to all nominees which will be given following the criteria outlined above:

  • First Prize (US$100 000): The overall winner whose innovation demonstrates the best innovation with clear business potential
  • Second Prize (US$25 000): The innovator who best demonstrates a commercially-driven business innovation. Beyond the aforementioned five criteria, this Award will be carefully assessed on its marketability and commercial potential.
  • Special Prize for Social Impact (US$25 000): The innovation that demonstrates the greatest social impact.
  • 7 nominees each receive a voucher worth $5000

How to Apply: 

  • All applications must ONLY be submitted through our online portal for the competition at: https://ipa.africaninnovation.org/s/login/
  • Applications can be submitted in English, French or Portuguese.
  • You can select your preferred language when you land at the link above.

A duly completed form with a full description of the innovation must accompany each submission; otherwise the entry will be disqualified. Each mandatory question must be answered fully and making a reference to the attachments does not replace answering the question and would lead to disqualification.

Before starting your application, please read the Terms and Conditions very carefully. You can access them here.

Visit Award Webpage for details

Award Provider:  African Innovation Foundation (AIF)

UN Climate Change Conference Volunteering Opportunities In Germany

The United Nations is inviting individuals who intends to volunteer  and be part of the  UN Climate Change Conference Volunteering Opportunities In Germany. Interested persons are encouraged to send in their applications before the deadline and also ensure that the meet with the criteria as listed.

 

The contribution of volunteers — through hard work and advocacy efforts — sustains the positive tone for this international effort to protect our global environment. Approximately 20,000 delegates from around the world, representing governments, civil society, the private sector, inter-governmental bodies and other non-Party stakeholders will gather in Bonn for the COP to advance the aims and ambitions of the Paris Agreement and achieve progress on its implementation guidelines

United Nations Volunteers (UNV), in collaboration with the secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, the Kyoto Protocol and the Paris Agreement (UNFCCC), is accepting applications for volunteers to play a key role in the organisation and facilitation of the 2017 UN Climate Change Conference, COP 23, which will take place 6-17 November in Bonn, Germany.

For COP 23, UN Volunteers will be recruiting more than 650 volunteers to support a wide range of operational tasks throughout the event. Activities range from working with the City of Bonn to guiding visitors (e.g. hotel receptions, guidance to the venue, ‘Ask Me’ personnel), to supporting the conference within both venues (Bula and Bonn zones) as side events and exhibits assistants or registration desk support, working on sustainability and greening projects, as ushers, room assistants, note-takers, or ICT and information desk clerks, just to name a few.

Volunteers will take part in targeted trainings designed to provide an understanding of the issues surrounding climate change, through discussions on “Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” and the Paris Agreement, as well as information about the vision and mandate for COP 23. Task-specific training will also be organised to empower volunteers to successfully carry out their work at the event. Representatives from UNFCCC, UNV, the Federal Foreign Office (AA), the Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), the City of Bonn, and other key contributors will participate as speakers throughout the training sessions.

Requirements:

Age: Candidates should be at least 18 years of age.

Educational background: Candidates with an academic or professional background related to sustainable development, international relations, law, business or public administration, environmental studies, social sciences or other specialised fields are especially encouraged to apply.

Language skills: Working knowledge of English is required. Working knowledge of another official United Nations language is an advantage. Working knowledge of German is an asset.

Professional knowledge and job-related skills: Candidates should have a demonstrated ability to work well as part of a team. They should also demonstrate tact and good judgement. Previous volunteering experience is an asset.

Please note that visa assistance (including letters of support) will not be provided. Volunteers must ensure their own legal status in-country. Furthermore, volunteers must secure their own travel and accommodation, and cover all living expenses.

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP 23) Volunteering Opportunities

Volunteers will take part in targeted trainings designed to provide an understanding of the issues surrounding climate change, through discussions on “Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” and the Paris Agreement, as well as information about the vision and mandate for COP 23. Task-specific training will also be organised to empower volunteers to successfully carry out their work at the event. Representatives from UNFCCC, UNV, the Federal Foreign Office (AA), the Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), the City of Bonn, and other key contributors will participate as speakers throughout the training sessions.

Requirements:

Age: Candidates should be at least 18 years of age.

Educational background: Candidates with an academic or professional background related to sustainable development, international relations, law, business or public administration, environmental studies, social sciences or other specialised fields are especially encouraged to apply.

Language skills: Working knowledge of English is required. Working knowledge of another official United Nations language is an advantage. Working knowledge of German is an asset.

Professional knowledge and job-related skills: Candidates should have a demonstrated ability to work well as part of a team. They should also demonstrate tact and good judgement. Previous volunteering experience is an asset.

Please note that visa assistance (including letters of support) will not be provided. Volunteers must ensure their own legal status in-country. Furthermore, volunteers must secure their own travel and accommodation, and cover all living expenses.

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP 23) Volunteering Opportunities

Procter & Gamble Brand Management Internship For Kenyans 2017

Young Kenyans are invited to apply for the Procter & Gamble Brand Management Internship For Kenyans 2017, worthy of note is the eligibility criteria

A P&G internship offers the opportunity to experience all that we have to offer – our work, our people, our values, and our culture. We believe there is no better way to learn about these things than to participate in them first hand. And that’s just what you’ll do as a P&G Intern!
 Type: Job
Level: Internship
Country: Nairobi, Kenya
 Main Mission:

 

Lead superior in-store planning & execution across all brands / categories at best-in-class Return on Investment within P&G and externally.

Scope of impact:

All categories & brands in East Africa Selling and Marketing Organization (Excluding Ethiopia)

Responsibilities

1. Landscape Analysis

  • Complete external landscape analysis (Kenya only) to establish current best in class execution on Point Of Sale Material, Merchandising, In store trial and promotions across all channels.
  • Execute internal landscape analysis of the India, Middle East and Africa regions to collect relevant Best In Class Instore Executions for possible reapplication (both Point Of Sale Material and instore consultants)
  • Recommend relevant interventions to P&G instore execution based on internal and external landscape analysis above

2. Point of Sale Material management

  • Update current “First Moment of Truth” matrix in line with Financial Year 17/18 shopper based design guidance
  • Analyze current Financial Year 17/18 FMOT plan vs updated guidance and recommend any changes required.
  • Complete Point of Sale Material per unit cost analysis (Total EA) over the past 5 years and project FY 17/18 spends vs budget and vs Year Ago, outlining areas of possible optimization.
  • Appraise current in house design process and recommend any opportunities to drive efficiencies.
  • Implement a Point of Sale Material order tracker for the purposes of reporting on time delivery while outlining key areas of delays.
  • Institute a Point of Sale Material destruction / wastage tracker to report on the same while recommending areas to drive efficiencies.
  • Improve Point of Sale Material warehouse tracking system to give visibility of POSM inventory levels and implement reorder levels at branch level.

3. In-store Trial

  • Look to regional Best In Class markets to reapply and fully document the current best approach for agency selection, staff training and material creation for instore consultants.
  • Complete Pre and Post analysis by store for the top instore executions by brand (Kenya only) to establish the Return on Investment of those activities and document learnings.

4. Capability

  • Contribute to growing and nurturing Best In Class brand-building instore agency and perform quarterly agency evaluation and lead capability action plan.
  • Track progress and issue learning summary
Duration: 6 Months
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Qualifications
Qualifications

  • Recently completed a degree.
  • Strong Marketing skills
  • Strong Leadership skills and excellent in communication.
  • Good command of the English & local language
  • No working experience needed
  • Be willing to face a new challenge every day.

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the Procter & Gamble (P&G) Brand Management Internship 2017

Fully Funded Open Society Internship for Students In Hungary 2018

Students in Hungary are welcome to apply for the Fully Funded Open Society Internship for Students In Hungary 2018, only eligible students will be considered for this internship

The Open Society Internship for Rights and Governance is a project of the Open Society Foundations that launched in the summer of 2013 in partnership with the School of Public Policy at Central European University. It is designed to inspire a new cohort of practitioners committed to working both in the public interest and at the forefront of global policy.

Type: Internship

To Be Taken At (University): Centreal European University, Budapest

Eligible Universities: Applications will only be accepted from the following universities:

  • An-Najah National University, Faculty of Economics & Social Sciences
  • An-Najah National University, Faculty of Law
  • American University of Beirut, Faculty of Arts & Sciences
  • Birzeit University Muwatin Institute for Democracy and Human Rights
  • Harvard Kennedy School of Government
  • Makerere University School of Law
  • School of Public Policy at Central European University
  • Sciences Po Paris School of International Affairs
  • The International University of Rabat, School of Political Science (Science Po Rabat)
  • The University of Chicago, Harris School of Public Policy
  • The University of Hong Kong, Journalism and Media Studies Centre
  • The University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Law
  • University of the Andes, Alberto Lleras Camargo School of Government
  • University of the Andes, Masters in International Law
  • University of Pretoria Centre for Human Rights
  • University of Toronto Munk School of Global Affairs

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Eligibility: 

  • Only candidates of the above schools will be accepted.
  • If you are not a master’s candidate in one of the programs listed above, we cannot accept your application at this time.

 

How to Apply: Applications for 2018 participation will be released to eligible universities in fall 2017.

Application Deadline: Ongoing

 

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Visit the Program Webpage for Details

Award Providers: Open Society Foundations and the School of Public Policy at Central European University.

International Students Quebec Government Research Internship In Canada 2018


The Government of Canada is delighted to call on International students to apply for the Quebec Government Research Internship In Canada 2018, Only students that have complied with the eligibility criteria will be considered.

The internship is a supplementary tool available to a strategic cluster to strengthen its position at the international level through research projects and partnerships that have already been established or which are under development.
Type: Research, Internship

Value of Internship: The scholarship for internship is of a maximum value of $15,000. However, the FRQNT will allow no more than the equivalent of $2,500/month in living expenses and will permit internship expenses (ex.: airfare, room rental agreement, etc.) to be covered by the strategic cluster.

To be taken at (country): Quebec, Canada

Eligible Countries: All

Eligibility:

All of the strategic clusters supported by the FRQNT may submit an application to this program.
The applicant proposed by the strategic cluster must meet all of the eligibility requirements listed here after.
The applicant must have the valid study permits or visa for the entire duration of the internship;
The applicant can’t be enrolled in a co-degree from more than one institution including a Québec university. For the students enrolled in a co-degree see the rules of the Frontenac program.
Students who are jointly supervised by a researcher in a foreign university (co-degree) are not eligible to apply for an international internship scholarship to visit one of their home universities.

How to Apply:
Candidates interested within this program must file their application within their strategic cluster (see list on FRQNT’s Web Site) Validate the list of documents required for this application with the specific strategic cluster.

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The strategic clusters which recommend a candidate must fill the specific form available on FRQNT’s Web site as well as transmit it electronically. The form includes the complete addresses of the student, the academic supervisor, and the internship supervisor. A brief description of the nature of the internship is also required.
The strategic clusters must also submit the selection committee report that states the results for each of the three criteria in effect, the assessment process and the names of the committee members.
The strategic clusters must also send in the electronic form, a letter signed by the supervisor of the student specifying the start and end dates of the internship.
Any internship application must be filed by the strategic cluster and approved by the FRQNT before the leaving of the trainee.
Application Deadline: 1st March, 2018, 11:59 PM

 

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Visit Internship Webpage for details

Award Provider: FRQNT’s (Fonds de recherche du Québec – Nature et technologies)

Important Notes: All projects involving human subjects or biological materials (body parts, products, tissues, cells or genetic material from a human body, of a person living or dead) or administrative, scientific or descriptive data from human subjects, require the approval of the research ethics board of the principal applicant’s institution (Common General Rules , article 5.3). Furthermore, if applicable, researchers must report any environmental impacts of their research and employ reasonable efforts to minimize them. To this end, they must obtain the required authorization and permit before the start of the project.

Digital Africa Startup Challenge 2018 for African Startups

Has your startup got an innovative solution that could help Africa’s development? Submit an application to accelerate your growth! Boost your startup with the Digital Africa Startup Challenge and let the world know about your digital solution to help support sustainable development in Africa.

Application Deadline: 22nd October, 2017

  1. Eligible Countries: Countries African and French

Continue reading “Digital Africa Startup Challenge 2018 for African Startups”

University of Wollongong in Dubai Scholarships for Nigerian Students 2018/2019

The undergraduate Academic Scholarship at University of Wollongong in Dubai, covers 15% – 50% of tuition fees each semester. The Wollongong Dubai scholarships do not include textbooks, excursions, accommodation, living expenses or any other costs involved in undertaking study.

Application Deadline: 21st January 2018

Eligible Countries: Nigeria

To be taken at (country): United Arab Emirates

Eligible Field of Study: All

Type: Undergraduate

Eligibility: Students from Nigeria will have to maintain a minimum of 5As or 4As to be awarded the University of Wollongong in Dubai Scholarships.

In order to retain this Scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Enrol in a minimum of 3 subjects (mandatory) in Autumn and Spring
  • Maintain a WAM of  ≥75 at the end of each semester
  • Receive no “Fail” (F or TF) grades

University of Wollongong in Dubai Scholarships holders failing to meet the above requirements will no longer be entitled to retain their scholarship and will therefore have to pay the relevant tuition fees in order to continue their studies.

Number of Awardees: Not specified

Value of Scholarship: 

  • 25% tuition waiver for 5As qualification
  • 15% tuition waiver for 4As qualification

How to Apply: If you would like to apply for any of the UOWD Scholarships, you should submit an Application for Scholarship form, along with supporting documentation relevant to your chosen Scholarship (academic transcripts, completion certificate(s), awards, referee reports, alumni ID, as appropriate) to the Registrar’s Department. Applications must be received by the closing date (as listed below) and submitted via the Scholarship Form.

Visit Scholarship Webpage for details

Award Provider: University of Wollongong

Google Nigeria Business Internship for Students 2018

The idea for Gmail began with 1 Googler. Today it has more than 425 million users and counting. At Google Business Internship, one Googler can make a huge impact, our interns–they are key players in our daily innovation. Apply today.

Application Deadline: 12th November 2017

Eligible Countries: 

To be Taken at: By applying to this position your application is automatically submitted to the following locations: Amsterdam, Netherlands; Copenhagen, Denmark; Bratislava, Slovakia; Prague, Czech Republic; Athens, Greece; Warsaw, Poland; Johannesburg, South Africa; Kiev, Ukraine, 02000; Oslo, Norway; Brussels, Belgium; Helsinki, Finland; Vienna, Austria; Stockholm, Sweden; Dubai – United Arab Emirates; Munich, Germany; Bucharest, Romania; Milan, Italy; Hamburg, Germany; Zagreb, Croatia; Paris, France; Zürich, Switzerland; Moscow, Russia; Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel; Lagos, Nigeria; Lisbon, Portugal; Madrid, Spain; Budapest, Hungary; Istanbul, İstanbul, Turkey

Eligible Fields: Google Business Internship is typically offered in the following business areas:

  • GMS Sales and Operations
  • Large Customer Sales
  • Google Cloud
  • Marketing

About the Award: Interns at Google bring questions and build answers. We offer a range of internships across EMEA and durations and start dates vary according to a project and location. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and our recruitment team will determine where you fit best based on your resume.

Type: Internship

Eligibility: 

Minimum qualifications:

  • Currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree program and maintaining student status throughout the internship. Priority is given to students graduating end of 2018 or in 2019 so please include your graduation date on your resume.
  • Returning to education on a full-time basis upon completing the internship.
  • Ability to commit to a minimum of 10 weeks and up to 6 months at Google.

Preferred qualifications:

  • Previous internship experience in Sales, Advertising, Consulting, Analysis, Customer Service, Marketing or related fields.

Number of Awardees: Not specified

Value of Internship: 

  • As an intern, you’ll have the opportunity to work on projects core to Google’s business, whether it be Sales, Google for Work, Finance, People Operations (HR), Legal, Trust and Safety, or Marketing. Our intern recruitment team will determine where you fit best based on your CV and the preferences you indicate on the application form.
  • Our internships expose you to the technology industry, as well as provide opportunities for personal and professional development. From being challenged, to collaborating with a team, join our team to make an impact.

Duration of Internship: duration and start date of internship vary depending on the position.

How to Apply: Apply here

Visit Internship Webpage for details

Award Provider: Google