Nigeria Announces Scholarship Opportunity In Slovakia For Postgraduate Students


The Federal Ministry of Education in Nigeria has unveiled an exciting opportunity for Nigerian scholars to apply for the 2024/2025 Slovakia National Scholarship Program.

This scholarship initiative, geared towards postgraduate studies, specifically targets individuals pursuing Masters and PhD programmes.

According to an announcement made on the ministry’s official platform on Wednesday, April 3, 2024, successful applicants will receive support covering living expenses and travel allowances.

Interested and qualified Nigerians are encouraged to visit for detailed information on eligibility criteria and scholarship specifics.

The deadline for submitting online applications is April 30, 2024. For inquiries regarding the Slovakia Scholarship process, individuals can call 08023297547.

Eligibility criteria, as outlined on the Slovakian website, include university students studying outside Slovakia, second-level higher education (master’s students), or individuals who have completed at least 2.5 years of university studies in a similar program. Additionally, PhD students from institutions outside Slovakia are eligible if accepted by a Slovakian tertiary or research institution.

Furthermore, the scholarship extends to international university teachers, researchers, and artists invited for teaching, research, or artistic residencies in Slovakia by certified Slovakian institutions.

Applicants are required to submit various documents alongside their online applications, including a curriculum vitae, motivation letter, detailed study plan, two recommendation letters from university teachers, and academic certificates.

The Federal Ministry of Education plays a pivotal role in leveraging education for national development, with the Federal Scholarship Board disseminating information on both local and international scholarship opportunities.

Established in 2005, the National Scholarship Program by the Government of the Slovak Republic aims to enhance the mobility of students, PhD candidates, educators, researchers, and artists. The program is financially supported by the Ministry of Education, Science, Research, and Sport, of the Slovak Republic.










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