MTN Foundation Scholarship 2021 Application for Nigerians
MTN Foundation Scholarship 2021 Application
MTN Foundation Scholarship 2021 Application for Nigerians MTN Scholarship under the Youth Development Cause, is an annual award that seeks to recognize and reward qualified high performing students in Nigerian Public Tertiary Institutions.
MTN Science and Technology Scholarship, currently in its 12th year, is open to eligible 300 level students studying Science & Technology-related courses, in Nigerian Public Tertiary Institutions (Universities, Polytechnics, and Colleges of Education).
300 successful students are awarded scholarships worth N200,000.00 annually till graduation if they maintain the required grades.
Deadline: August 15th 2021
MTN Scholarship for Blind Students in its 10th year is targeted at qualified 200 level blind students studying any course in Nigerian Public Tertiary Institutions (Universities, Polytechnics, and Colleges of Education).
60 successful blind students are awarded scholarships worth N200,000.00 annually till graduation if they maintain the required grades.
Top 10 UTME Scholarship which commenced in 2020, is the latest addition to the MTN Scholarships.
Every year the top 10 scoring candidates of UTME as announced by JAMB, automatically qualify for the top 10 UTME scholarship.
The successful candidates are awarded scholarships worth N200,000.00 from their 100 level through to graduation if they maintain the required grades.
The Top 10 UTME Scholarship is awarded irrespective of the successful candidates’ preferred course of study or Tertiary Institution – Public or Private in Nigeria.
To apply for MTNONLINE Scholarship, click the form links below
For More Information: Visit the Official Webpage of the MTN Foundation Scholarship Scheme 2021
MTN Group Limited, formerly M-Cell, is a South African multinational mobile telecommunications company, operating in many African and Asian countries. Its head office is in Johannesburg.
As of December 2020, MTN recorded 280 million subscribers, making it the ninth largest mobile network operator in the world, and the largest in Africa.
Active in over 20 countries, one-third of company revenue come from Nigeria, where it holds about 35% market share.
In February 2021, the MTN Group partnered with Mastercard to ensure safe and secure global e-commerce payments of their customer base in 16 African countries.
A Mastercard virtual payment platform that is linked to MTN MoMo (Mobile Money) wallets makes this possible.
In March 2021, MTN CEO Ralph Mupita announced during the company’s annual results call that the group was now considering spinning off its mobile money activities.
“We see a separation and carve out of our fintech business as something that we have to do”.
In April 2021, he estimated the value of the group’s mobile money arm to at least USD5 to 6 billion.