BEA Awards for Nigerians to Study Abroad, 2021-2022. If you are a Nigerian citizen looking for how you could study abroad, seat and relax because your prayers are about to be answered. The Nigerian Federal Ministry of Education is inviting applications from qualified candidates for the ongoing Bilateral Education Agreement (BEA) Awards for Nigerians to study abroad.
Candidates can apply for these scholarships to study abroad for undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. This post is packed as a guide to help you register for the BEA Awards and win them this year.
So, in this post, we will present to you all you need to know about the BEA Awards for Nigerians to Study Abroad, how to apply for it, the benefits involved, and also, answer several questions people are asking about the BEA Awards.
What Are The Requirements for BEA Awards for Nigerians to Study Abroad | Eligibility Criteria
I) Because the BEA countries are non-English speaking, applicants must be willing to take a mandatory one-year foreign language course in the country of choice, which will be the standard medium of instruction;
ii) Japan applicants must have a strong background in further mathematics;
iii) The required certificates for candidates applying for Iman Preachers and Quranic Professor for Islamic Religious studies in Algeria are WAEC, as in other scholarship awars.
vi) Fill out the online application form, print the completed form, and bring it to the interview venue in addition to 2.0 above.
Level/Field of Study:
Please see below for some of the information you will want in order to submit a genuine application and win the BEA awards.
The bilateral Scholarships are open to students pursuing undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in both countries. Awarded scholarships are those that are related to the following disciplines of study:
a) Undergraduate level – Engineering, Geology, Agriculture and Sciences;
b) Postgraduate level – Mathematical Sciences, Languages, Environmental Sciences, Sports, Law and Social Sciences;
c) Sciences, biotechnology, architecture, medicine, and other related fields
All subjects of study are available at the postgraduate level (Masters Degree and Ph.D.).
The bilateral scholarship must be applied in one of the following countries:
1) Undergraduate (UG) studies are available in Russia, Morocco, Algeria, Serbia, Hungary, Egypt, Turkey, Cuba, Romania, Ukraine, Japan, and Macedonia; and
2) Postgraduate (PG) studies are available in Russia (for those with Russian first degrees), China, Hungary, Serbia, Turkey, Japan, Mexico, South Korea, and other countries.
Time needed: 25 minutes.
For this BEA grant scholarship, candidates must submit two sets of application forms, each with two sets of the accompanying attachments, to the various JAMB CBT centers:
==> For verification, two sets of photocopies of educational certificates and testimonials from previous schools attended, together with the originals.
==>For undergraduate applicants, just one credential is accepted: the May/June WAEC.
==>Two copies of the National Population Commission’s Birth Certificate;
==>A signed, stamped, and date-stamped certificate from the country of origin or LGA
==>At least four (4) passport-size colorful photos with a white backdrop; and
==>Transcripts of academic work and NYSC discharge or exemption certificates will be required exclusively from postgraduate applicants in the future.
All eligible applicants are to report for an interview at the venues scheduled for accreditation a day to the date scheduled for the examination. Candidates nominated by the Board will be required to submit to the Federal
Scholarship Board the following:
The application closes in January every year.