NPDC-Seplat National Undergraduate Scholarship 2021-2022 for Nigerians
NPDC/Seplat National Undergraduate Scholarship 2021/2022 for Nigerians
Undergraduate scholarships in Nigeria 2021 – The NPDC/SEPLAT Joint Venture has announced the commencement of its 2021 / 2022 National Undergraduate Scholarship Programme.
The scholarship award is open to deserving undergraduate students of Federal and State Universities in Nigeria.
The SEPLAT JV Scholarship Scheme is one of Seplat’s educational Corporate Social Responsibility programmes and is designed to promote educational development and human capacity building through provision of yearly grants to successful applicants to complete their degree programmes.
Applicants must be in their second year of study or above.
Applicants must have at least 5 0′ level credit passes (English & Mathematics inclusive) at one sitting.
Applicants must have a CGPA of 3.5 and above
Only students studying any of the following courses should apply:
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- Business Administration Chemical
- Engineering Civil Engineering
- Computer Engineering/Science
- Electrical / Electronic Engineering
- Environmental Studies
- Mass Communication
- Mechanical Engineering
- Metallurgical Engineering
- Petroleum Engineering
NPDC/ SPELAT Scholarship Application
Eligible students must complete and submit an online application form which can be accessed here.
All applicants are expected to have a valid personal email account for ease of communication.
Only the shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
Applications are subject to SEPLAT JV Scholarship Award Terms and Conditions.
Application deadline: Two (2) weeks from the date of publication of this advert.
Seplat is a leading independent oil and natural gas producer in the prolific Niger Delta area of Nigeria.
The Company’s focus is on maximising hydrocarbon production and recovery from its existing assets, acquiring and farming into new opportunities in Nigeria (specifically those which offer production, cash flow and reserve replacement potential, with a particular focus on the onshore and shallow water offshore areas) and realising the upside potential within its portfolio through exploration and appraisal activities.
In April 2014, Seplat completed the first ever dual listing on both the London Stock Exchange and the Nigerian Stock Exchange.
Seplat raised US$535 million in an initial public offering that ranked as the largest for a sub-Saharan Africa company since 2008 and the second largest ever for a Nigerian company, demonstrating the international investor appetite for leading Nigerian indigenous players in the oil and gas sector.
The capital raised allowed Seplat to further implement the Company’s business strategy, including the acquisition of additional blocks.