Scholarships awarded by the David Oyedepo Foundation serve as the primary vehicle through which we advocate for the organization’s mission and priorities. Individuals who are native to and now reside in African countries are eligible to receive full scholarships if they meet the requirements of the scholarship program. The purpose of the scholarship is to cultivate young leaders who are prepared to put the knowledge and abilities they have gained to use in directing organizations, communities, and even their home nations. Students who are awarded the scholarship will have the opportunity to study at either Covenant or Landmark University in Nigeria.
About the Scholarship Provider:
The David Oyedepo Foundation, sometimes known as DOF, is a charitable organization that focuses on helping children and young people. The David Oyedepo Foundation is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to raising persons and platforms that would in turn bring about change to the economics of Africa as a continent and, by ripple effect, the rest of the world. This change would be brought about through the David Oyedepo Foundation. The David Oyedepo Foundation (DOF) was established by Dr. David Oyedepo, who also gave his name to the organization. His early education was received in Nigeria, and he went on to receive a PhD in Human Development from the Honolulu campus of the University of Hawaii in the United States. In addition to that, he is the President and Founder of David Oyedepo Ministries International, which is an umbrella not-for-profit organization that gave birth, amongst other things, to Living Faith Churches all over the world. The David Oyedepo Foundation is a Christian non-profit organization that is dedicated to sharing the love of Christ to the world by establishing platforms that would bring about change to the economy of Africa as a continent and, through ripple effect, to the rest of the globe. This is the mission of the David Oyedepo Foundation.
They, as an organization, have made it their mission to show people all over the world the love that Jesus Christ has for them through the various programs they offer and everything else they do. Their activities are the product of a deep affection and a burning enthusiasm for seeing the African continent transformed from a largely “third-world” region into a leading power on the global stage. They are of the opinion that, as citizens, it is their duty to take individual responsibility for the reforms that they want to see implemented in the various countries and on the continent as a whole. Dr. David Oyedepo and his wife, Pastor Faith Oyedepo, have contributed more than one billion Nigerian naira (N1 billion) of their own money for the improvement of educational opportunities in Africa.
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Scholarship Sponsor(s): David Oyedepo Foundation (DOF)
Scholarship Country: Nigeria
Scholarship Worth: Fully Funded
Study Level: Undergraduate
Nationality: International Students
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Eligibility for Scholarship.
- In order to be considered for the scholarship, applicants are required to:
- Become citizens and long-term residents of any country on the African continent.
- At the time that the application is submitted, you must be between the ages of 16 and 25.
- Be eligible to acquire a Nigerian student visa.
- You should have a strong command of the English language in terms of reading, writing, and speaking.
- Have a track record of excelling in secondary school, both academically and extracurricularly. This is measured by having a JAMB score that is at least 20 points higher than the cut-off points (only for Nigerians), as well as having an 80% recorded average or 4.0GPA/5.0 in the transcript from secondary school or high school.
- have already started the admissions process for either Landmark University or Covenant University.
- The David Oyedepo Foundation Scholarship Programme uses a selection procedure that is based on merit, takes into consideration financial need, and is open to the public. After the application period has closed, a committee will look over all of the applications that were eligible for consideration. After this evaluation is complete, the staff at the David Oyedepo Foundation will conduct interviews with the chosen finalists using a platform that allows for online video conferencing. If the candidate is successful in making it to the final stage, they are required to produce;
- Evidence that you have applied to either Covenant or Landmark University
- Evidence of one’s citizenship
- any original copies of documents that were uploaded while the application was being processed.
- The following factors will be utilized by selection panels in order to evaluate applications (not in descending order of importance):
- A demonstrated history of academic success at the highest levels
- exhibited a need with regard to finances
- Outstanding personality, a demonstrated history of leadership, and active participation in community development.
- A determination to have an impact on one’s local community by utilizing the knowledge gained
The David Oyedepo Foundation (DOF) 2023 Scholarship Programme for African Students (Nigeria) is open to all International Students
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- Are you interested, and do you qualify? To submit an application, please visit the David Oyedepo Foundation (DOF) on form.jotform.com.
The application deadline for the David Oyedepo Foundation (DOF) 2023 Scholarship Programme for African Students (Nigeria) is July 1, 2023.