Scholarships

“The society that separates its scholars from its warriors will have its thinking done by cowards and its fighting by fools.”
― Thucydides

Scholarships Sources

KAYJITO Scholarship

KAYJITO Foundation Scholarship has been established by the board of the organization to provide full tuition funding for undergraduate student from Nigeria demonstrating exceptional academic merit, who may be prevented from taking up their course of study due to financial circumstances. The foundation will provide internship support to enable scholars to pursue insight and experience into their chosen career paths. This scholarship is sponsored by Mr. Kanny Joelson the founder of Kayjito Foundation.

KAYJITO foundation in partnership with Estag sc University  in Benin republic has begun the implementation of a brand-new scholarship program in the Republic of Benin.

This is a convenient financial aid designed to help individuals to earn their BSC degree in the Estag sc university

Requirements

ESTAG UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE KAYJITO SCHOLARSHIP

APPLICATION CHECKLIST

  1. Application form duly filled
  2. Copy of National Identification card/Passport
  3. O Level Result Wassce/Gce/Neco/Others
  4. Copies of all academic Transcripts and Certificates
  5. (Original MUST be shown o the Admission Office upon admission)
  6. (one) Passport size photo
  7. Non-refundable fee of 25,000 Naira or 31,000CFA
ACADEMIC LECTURES IN ESTAG UNIVERSITY

Featured Student (Scholarship)

A scholarship is an award of financial aid for a student to further their education at a private elementary or secondary school, or a private or public post-secondary college, university, or other academic institution

The KAYJITO Foundation  Scholarship covers 40% of the students school fees.

Contact For Scholarship

We are opn on Monday – Friday at 11am and 3pm, except on holidays.

ESTAG UNIVERSITY MIDIOBO CAMPUS
AddressNovelle Marche Midiobo,
Plot 608, Akpakpa, Cotonou, Benin

 
 
 
 
 
Phone : +22964322511, +22951516335
Email : estagadmissiononline@gmail.com

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I receive my scholarship funds?

An awarded scholarship is paid directly to the University you designate – you don’t need to worry about coordinating or transferring any funds.

How do I figure out what Universiity Life will cost me?

Paying for Uni is a big and complex process that changes every year. There’s too much to include here. That’s why we put together the free ebook “How Much Does College Really Cost?”—between your hard work and our expertise, we can work together to ensure you know the details of the financial aid process.

Can I apply for a KaYJITO Scholarship Award?

The KaYJITO Scholarship Award is a unique scholarship program that gives renewable awards to students who have completed at least one year of Uni, but who face financial obstacles as they work to graduate.

Applicants for the 2021-22 KaYJITO Scholarship Award must:

  • Be at least 17 years of age.
  • Be Nigerian citizens, Nigerian permanent residents (holders of a Permanent Resident card)
  • Have received a high school diploma or the equivalent from a Nigerian school by September 2019.
  • Have completed or expect to successfully complete a minimum of one full year of postsecondary education by June 2021.
  • Plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at the sophomore year level or higher at an accredited two- or four-year college, university or vocational-technical school in the Nigeria for the entire 2020–21 academic year.
  • Be studying to obtain an associate’s or first bachelor’s degree.
  • Have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (or its equivalent).
  • Demonstrate financial need.

Applications open in Very June. Click here to be notified when they are available.

How do I tell if a scholarship is legitimate?

Scholarship scams are a fact of life when you’re searching for ways to pay for University, and it can be hard to tell the difference sometimes! We recommend you follow two main rules to avoid nearly all scholarship scams: never pay to apply for a scholarship, and if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Beware of “guaranteed” scholarships, or any unsolicited offer — scholarship programs will never just offer you money out of the blue!

Legitimate scholarship programs will also always have an email address and/or phone number to contact them — if you’re in doubt, talk to a real person.

Read our blog on scholarship scams for more!