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In a statement by the AUN’s Office of Communication and Public Relations, 36 scholarships will be awarded to candidates with the highest scores on the 2016 Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) examination from all the 36 states, and one scholarship will be awarded to the candidate with the highest scores on JAMB UME nationally.
Another 30 scholarships will be awarded to 5 candidates from each of the 6 geo-political regions of the country under the university’s regional scholarships program.
Winners of the JAMB based scholarships will be selected based on results of the 2016/2017 UME, while the regional scholarships winners will be selected primarily based on their performance on the 2016 national scholarship examinations.
According to the statement, all 2016 UME candidates newly accepted into the university for the Fall 2016 Semester are eligible and invited to sit for the regional scholarships examinations but candidates transferring from local and foreign universities as well as Direct Entry candidates are ineligible to write the scholarship examinations.
The statement added that the examination will be holding in some select states including, Port Harcourt, Enugu, Ibadan, Abuja, Kaduna and Yola.
All eligible candidates must bring with them their Acceptance Letter into AUN and either an International passport, National ID Card, or Voters Registration Card containing their photograph.
Candidates freshly seeking admission and those who have applied, but are yet to be notified of their admission into AUN, and their guardians can phone the test centers to receive permission to take the special scholarship examinations.
Those freshly seeking admission into AUN will need to complete an AUN admission application form at the venue of the examination before being allowed into the testing hall.
There is NO fee attached to this scholarship examination.