The international integrated energy company Eni, in collaboration with St Anthony’s college of the University of Oxford is offering African students the chance to pursue a fully funded degree in the United Kingdom for the year 2018/2019. The scholarship is not open to all Africans. They made the list of applicants’ countries specific, and they are; Congo-Brazzaville (The republic of Congo), Ghana, Nigeria, Mozambique and Angola.
Only applicants who are natives of the aforementioned countries are eligible to apply for this joint scholarship program.
The application deadline for this Eni scholarship is Friday, 16th March 2018. Applications sent after this deadline will not be accepted.
There are only three scholarship awards to be awarded under this scholarship hence this scholarship is very competitive. Only three outstanding applicants will be picked by the scholarship providers. It may sound tough to candidates already but if they put in their best, they could actually win this scholarship and make their family proud and happy.
At the end of the education of the three successful scholars in United Kingdom, they will be required to go back to their native country to contribute their knowledge, skills and values in the development of their society.
This Eni Scholarship program is mainly for Master’s degree program only and it will be durable for a period of one year only.
The following benefits are attached to this scholarship for the Eni scholars; fully paid college/university fees, annual living allowances worth up to £14,553 for a 12 months course and £10,915 for a 9 months course. One air fare return expenses paid at the start and end of scholar’s courses to their home country.
For more details, visit http://www.sant.ox.ac.uk/node/273/eni-scholarships