As part of its support to educational development and human capacity
building, Mobil Producing Nigeria (MPN), operator of Nigerian National
Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)/MPN Joint Venture awards annual
scholarships to qualified undergraduate students in Nigerian
Applications for NNPC/MPN Undergraduate National Scholarship Awards are based on the following criteria:
Awards will be made to qualified and suitable students who are currently
admitted in Nigerian Universities irrespective of state of origin
including the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
Applications in the following list of approved disciplines are considered:
Medicine (MBBS Only)
Agricultural Science (and related fields)
Candidates must be holders of the SSCE or its equivalent with at least six subjects passed at a sitting
Applicants must be registered full-time undergraduates in their 1st
or 2nd year of study in any accredited Nigerian University
Students who are currently on similar scholarship awards from other oil and gas companies should not apply.
METHOD OF APPLICATION
If you are qualified and interested http://nnpcmpn.com.ng/
please read carefully through the "How it works" section then proceed
to apply via the “Apply Now” section at the sidebar of this website and
submit as instructed.
Shortlisted candidates should be prepared to take a screening test to be
held on the 6th & 7th of September, 2013 strict compliance with our
guidelines is advisable, and only shortlisted candidates will be
Applications not received by Thursday, 22ndth of August 2013 will not be
accepted. Names of short-listed candidates for the qualifying test will
be published in national dailies. Shortlisted candidates will also be
contacted with details of the screening test via SMS text and email.
Employees of ExxonMobil subsidiary companies in Nigeria and their dependents are not eligible for this scholarship.
PLEASE NOTE: ExxonMobil Upstream Affiliates in Nigeria (Esso Exploration
and Production Nigeria Limited and Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited)
do not use placement agencies that charge scholarship applicants an
advance fee of any kind (e.g. application fees, placement fees, test