SCHOLARSHIP

YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO GET EDUCATION FOR LIFE

SCHOLARSHIP FOR  ADMISSION INTO

National Diploma Programme

Grundtvig Polytechnic, Oba is offering full scholarships to indigent students who sat for the 2020 UTME (JAMB) examinations. The scholarship is open to all qualified candidates who scored the JAMB-stipulated minimum of 120 and above in the 2020 UTME/JAMB examinations.

The Scholarship Selection Test will hold as follows:

  • Date: Friday 20th November, 2020
  • Venue: Grundtvig Polytechnic Multimedia Lecture Hall
  • Time: 11.00am prompt.

Interested candidates are to obtain their application forms at the Grundtvig Polytechnic, Oba, OR click here to complete the form online here on our website.

For enquiries call: 09015188125, 09019948027, 08180497216.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS INTO

NATIONAL DIPLOMA (ND)

School of Engineering

Five O’Level Credit passes in:

  • English Language
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Chemistry, and one from:
  • Biology
  • Agricultural Science
  • Health Science
  • Economics or Commerce
  • Additional Mathematics
  • Statistics.

School of Applied Sciences

Five O’Level Credit passes in:

  • English Language
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Chemistry, and one from:
  • Biology
  • Agricultural Science
  • Health Science
  • Economics or Commerce
  • Additional Mathematics
  • Statistics.

School of Management Sciences

Five O’Level Credit passes in:

  • Mathematics
  • English Language, and any three from:
  • Economics/Commerce
  • Business Method
  • Principles of Account
  • Government
  • Additional Mathematics
  • Statistics
  • Biology
  • Agricultural Science
  • Literature in English

OUR PHILOSOPHY

WE BELIEVE

  • In the promotion of technical education, capable of producing self-reliant and skilled individuals who can contribute to our national development and technological advancement.

  • In “Education for Life”: education that equips students to live lives useful and satisfactory to themselves, to their communities and to the nation.

  • That the criterion of success of higher institutions should NOT be the number of students certified, but the number of graduates living lives useful and satisfactory to themselves, to their community and to the nation.

  • That total educational success involves not only the acquisition of technical skills and knowledge, but also ethics, values, aptitudes and attitudes.

  • That every person can succeed given the opportunity, right environment and approach. 

  • That the concept of “School for Life” as developed by N.F.S. Grundtvig (1783-1872), the great Danish educationist, can contribute positively towards our national development.

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