Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Study in USA or England for free — free tuition for post-graduates in Nigeria 2019

By naijascholarshipsbuzz

Are you a post-graduate seeking to study in any prestigious university in the United States? Did you apply for undergraduate degree but got rejected and want to re-apply now that you have graduated? 

Well, whatever your reasons may be, so long as you are a graduate seeking to advance in your field of study, you can benefit from this wonderful opportunity.
You are one of the luckiest graduates to have come across this wonderful news , so read on.

In this article, naijascholarshipsbuzz carefully explains how you can achieve this free tuition as a post-graduate , wether you have obtained a Master's degree or just a Bachelor degree.

Is this even real? 

Yes it is!  You may be wondering if this is not another scamming scheme; you are totally wrong if that's the thought going on in your head. 
The true fact is that almost all the universities in the US ,England, and some universities in Europe award international students scholarships to advance in their post-graduate studies (Master's ,Msc. or Doctoral, PhD)  on a free tuition scheme.  But to get hold of such scholarship, each aspirants (applicants) must have in their possession some necessary documents and meet some prescribed conditions. 

You can achieve this scholarship with basically two core exams — TOEFL and GRE. 

These documents and conditions are explained in the next few paragraphs below. 

Documents and Requirements or conditions:

This depends totally on the university and course you are applying for. While some universities require few conditions to be met by the applicants, others may be very tough and competitive;  but one prominent condition amongst all these schools is that the applicant must be a postgraduate aspirant and must have graduated from a university with a degree, Bsc. for example. 

The other major two are

  1. TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)  and 
  2. GRE (Graduate Record Examinations).
This two examinations are essential for you to gain this scholarship. 
While TOEFL tests your English speaking, writing, listening, and reading abilities, GRE tests your basic mathematics skills, and in order to apply you must have sat for at least one of these exams and passed. 
The standard minimum TOEFL score for most schools is 80 out of a total score of 120, while for GRE it is 600.

For those applying for Engineering or mathematics related courses, GRE is a must exam to seat for. 
 Some schools only require GRE if you were taught in English in the previous university you attended, and some schools may need both exam scores. 

We recommend you go through any European university of your choice to see their compulsory requirements before you sit for TOEFL and/or GRE. 

Other minor requirements may include:
  1. Applicants must have graduated with at least a second class honours in their previous degrees
  2. International passport 
  3. Letter of recommendation 
  4. Msc. holders applying for PhD must have performed well in their Master's program and must have sat for TOEFL and/or gre having passed the minimum required scores. This PhD program has a minimum duration of 2 years. 
  5. Bsc. holders applying for Msc. program must have performed well in their Bachelor's program and must have sat for both TOEFL and GRE having passed the minimum required scores. This Msc. program has a minimum duration of 2 years. 
  6. Bsc. holders applying for PhD  program must have performed well in their Bachelor's program and must have sat for both TOEFL and GRE having passed the minimum required scores. This PhD. program has a minimum duration of 4 years. 
  7. Finally, entrance qualification exams into the school. 
We recommend you go through the requirements of the schools and department you are interested in before registering for TOEFL and GRE. 
As an example, check out this link MIT mathematics FAQs to see the requirements needed for a Bsc. holder in mathematics to apply for PhD in mathematics At Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). 



How to apply:

Applying for this scholarship is not in any way hard. The only hard thing involved is the tests you will have to sit for. 
To apply, simply log on to the website of the schools you are interested in, for example MIT, Cambridge, Auburn, Wisconsin, etc. and check out the requirements for the Course you are applying for. This will help you know which tests you will take and which documents would be essential in the application process. 

Once you identify the school requirements, start gathering the documents and sit for the required exams making sure to pass the minimum score required by the school. 

Final Notes:

While tuition are free, The ETS exams — TOEFL and GRE aren't ; you need to pay for these exams and register at any ETS center near your location. 

It is also important to note that while some schools may offer both tuition and accommodation/maintenance for the applicants, others may provide only tuition scholarships; in that case you must be able to sponsor your feeding, accommodation and other necessary bills. 

One prominent benefit about this scholarship scheme is that during your program, you may be offered grants in form of money paid to you yearly, or a lecturing offer as part of your program requirements. 

Endeavor to share this post to avail your friends and loved ones who are seeking for this opportunity in Nigeria.

You can leave your comments below if you have questions or suggestions — naijascholarshipsbuzz cares! 


Location: Nigeria

1 comment:

  1. Even though I did not come across this platform called naijascholarshipsbuzz earlier, I must testify that what they have presented here is no scam. I graduated from the department of Applied biochemistry, Nnamdi Azikiwe University. I came across TOEFL and GRE but only sat for TOEFL in 2017 since I had already gained a Master's degree.
    I am currently running my PhD in biochemistry at Auburn University,USA and the tuition is free.
    It worked for me and you too can benefit from this great opportunity.
    Note that the TOEFL and GRE exams aren't free! You have to pay to get registered just like you do in JAMB and WAEC.


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