If you apply for the Petroleum Technology Department Fund (PTDF) scholarship programme for 2021, this article is for you. PTDF OSS has released the list of applicants who have been shortlisted for the award of the Federal Government sponsored scholarships.
This is to inform all candidates who applied for the M.Sc and PhD scholarship in the 2020/21 Petroleum Technology Department Fund Overseas Scholarship Scheme that the list of successful candidates has been published on both the PTDF website and the PTDF Scholarship Management portal scholarship.ptdf.gov.ng, respectively, and that the list of successful candidates has been published on both the PTDF website and the PTDF Scholarship Management portal scholarship.ptdf.gov.ng, respectively.
For the names and contact information of successful winners, all interested candidates are encouraged to check out the website and the scholarship portal.
Ninety-one (391) individuals were selected for the prize, including 237 M.Sc students and 154 PhD applicants. Because of the United Kingdom (UK) Partnerships, there are three (3) highest-scoring candidates each state, and three (3) per state under the Strategic Partnerships with Germany and France as well as China and Malaysia (GFCM). Additionally, the next highest scoring candidate in each oil-producing state and the next highest scoring.
For the PhD category, the United Kingdom (UK) and Germany, France, China and Malaysia (GFCM) Partnerships have picked the two (2) best scoring applicants from each state.
On top of that, each geopolitical zone has the next highest scoring female contender. As part of its commitment to fostering meritocracy, the PTDF scholarship grant selection procedure adheres to the Federal Character principles and the Local Content requirements.
A briefing on the completion of their documents, preliminary medical tests, and departure preparations will take place during the Induction Program.
Those selected for the project have been contacted with particular induction schedules and other information.