The FATE Scholar Programme is open to students seeking admission into their first year at any accredited public tertiary institution in Nigeria for the academic year. The FATE Scholar Program offers scholars with financial aid, mentoring and internship. Interested students are urged to send their applications before the deadline.
The FATE Scholar Programme (FSP) is a FATE Giving initiative. The FATE Foundation aims to support and enable innovative and entrepreneurial students seeking admission to pursue an undergraduate degree in any STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) course in any accredited public tertiary institution in Nigeria for the current academic year.
The FSP will support exceptional, high-performing, and future entrepreneurs with the following:
- Financial aid
- Mentoring and
Successful applicants will be supported for at least four years of their academic pursuit in any accredited public tertiary institution in Nigeria.
They will be required to provide proof of admission to access the programme’s benefits.
Level and Areas of Study
The opportunity is for students pursuing a bachelor’s degree across various disciplines.
To be considered eligible for the FATE Scholar Programme, applicants must fulfil the following requirements:
- A Nigerian Citizen.
- An exceptional student.
- Not be more than 21 years at the time of application.
- Planning to study for an undergraduate degree in any STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) Course in an accredited public tertiary institution in Nigeria.
The FATE Scholar Program has the following application process:
Stage 1 – Applicants apply for the program via https://soar.fatefoundation.org/auth/signup.
Stage 2 – Successful applicants are shortlisted and contacted.
Stage 3 – Successful applicants undergo the second stage of the application process.
Stage 4 – Successful applicants are contacted.
Stage 5 – Successful applicants go through the final stage of the application process.
Stage 6 – Successful applicants are contacted and announced in August.
Submission Deadline: 17 March.