Shell Nigeria Scholarship 2017, Shell Scholarship 2017Shell Nigeria Secondary School Annual Scholarship Application Is out Online. See Eligibility, How to apply and more details below.
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The Shell Nigeria Secondary School Scholarship Scheme is for host communities in Abia, Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Delta, Edo, Imo and Rivers states. A host community is the location where shell-facilities are located. A surrounding community is a municipality in proximity to a host community which the commission determines is likely to experience impacts for the development or operation of shell mining activities.
Every year, an average of 2,600 post-primary scholarships are awarded in the seven states. The Secondary School Scholarship Scheme is to help students pay through school, as well as enhance academic achievement in host communities.
The Shell Nigeria Secondary School Scholarship Scheme, which is also a welcome relief for many parents and guardians in the education of their children, has become so popular that annually, thousands of parents and children look forward to it as a golden opportunity.
Indeed, it has today become a welcome feature of educational development, especially in the Niger Delta area of Nigeria.
The attention of The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited (SPDC) has been drawn to the activities of some individuals parading themselves to unsuspecting members of the public as SPDC’s Scholarship Programme representatives.
These individuals, who pose as middlemen, claim to have access to SPDC’s scholarship process with powers to influence or secure scholarships for prospective candidates.
SPDC has not authorised or appointed any person or organisation to act as middlemen or agents with regards to its Scholarship Programmes and does not collect any fee from candidates.
SPDC’s Scholarship Programmes are advertised in national newspapers and on the company website, wherein prospective candidates are advised on the medium for submission of applications. These applications are then processed by SPDC and the outcome communicated directly to the candidates.
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