All Babcock University students who are eligible to apply for the Babcock University Students’ Association (BUSA) Scholarship Scheme in 2021/2022 are encouraged to do so.
The BUSA scholarship programme is a financial aid program designed to help students who are unable to pay their school fees.
About Babcock University
BABCOCK UNIVERSITY (BU), as it is presently known, was founded as Adventist College of West Africa on September 17, 1959. (ACWA). ACWA was founded by the Seventh-day Adventist Church as a senior college for training church workers from the West African sub-region, with only seven ministerial students when it first opened its doors.
BUSA Undergraduate Scholarship Qualification Requirements
This scholarship is exclusively available to Babcock University students who meet the following criteria:
- To qualify to apply, your CGPA must be at least 3.5.
Documents Required for Application
- Passport photograph
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- Letter of application for the scholarship. (Please write down how much will be needed to complete your fees and the letter must be concise and straight forward)
- Photocopy of ID card, front and back
- Unofficial transcript
How to Apply
The application for the BUSA scholarship scheme should be delivered to either ODEY AUSTINO (welfare director main campus) or WILLIAMS-DAUDU MISHAEL (welfare director Iperu campus) in person, or emailed to BUSA ([email protected]/ [email protected]).
If neither of the welfare directors can be located, please scan the documents and email them to the above-mentioned email address.
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