Kick Start Your Career with 100% Full Tuition Scholarships at ADUN.

The Admiralty University of Nigeria is awarding One hundred (100) scholarships to students admitted into the university this inaugural academic session to cover the full cost of tuition. The scholarships are valid for the 4 years of their programs. Recipients of full scholarships awards will only pay for their costs of feeding and accommodation at the university.

Scholarship examination date:

27th, october 2018.

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ELIGIBILITY

The scholarship examination is open only to;  

(1) Candidates who have already been accepted into the university, OR

(2) Candidates who had not previously applied to ADUN but can present copies of their academic qualifications and complete a free ADUN admission application and are admitted on the spot at
any of the examination sites that day.

Applicants coming to start their admission application on the day of the examination must bring with them copies of their ordinary level and UTME results OR A Level results and JAMB Direct Entry forms.

Scholarship details

Total Fees per Academic Session: N1,300,000
(Tuition, Accomodation and Feeding inclusive)

Total Scholarship Value: N660,000

Balance to be Paid by Scholarship Recipients: N640,000

THE Adun ADVANTAGE

  • International Exchange Programs
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    Degrees in Emerging Fields - Forensic science, Cyber Security, and many more
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    Students have the option to complete their program overseas in one of our partner universities
  • Affordable Fees – fees starting at only N600,000 per semester (Accommodation inclusive)
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    Nontraditional ways of learning - lectures, notes, books and teaching materials available online. Classroom for inquiry and group work
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    Guaranteed Safety with 24/7 security provided by The Nigerian Navy
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    Help Develop YOU and your ideas - Frequent lectures by Industry Experts (for Innovation and entrepreneurship, and industry skills development)

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