2022 NPDC/SEPLAT Energy National Scholarship Form

NNPC/SEPLAT Joint Venture hereby announces the commencement of application for its 2022 / 2023 National Undergraduate Scholarship Programme.

The scholarship award is open to qualified undergraduate students of Federal and State Universities in Nigeria. The NNPC/SEPLAT Scholarship Scheme is one of our educational Corporate Social Responsibility intervention designed to promote educational development and human capacity building through provision of yearly grants to successful applicants to complete their degree programmes.


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Eligibility criteria for 2022 NPDC/SEPLAT Energy National Scholarship Form:

  • Applicants must be in their second year of study or above.

  • Applicants must have at least 5 O’ level credit passes (English & Mathematics inclusive) at one sitting.

  • Applicants must have a CGPA of 3.5 and above



Only students studying any of the following courses can apply for the 2022 NPDC/SEPLAT Scholarship:


  • Accountancy

  • Agriculture

  • Architecture

  • Business Administration

  • Chemical Engineering

  • Civil Engineering

  • Computer Engineering/Science

  • Economics

  • Electrical / Electronic Engineering

  • Environmental Studies

  • Geology

  • Geophysics

  • Law

  • Mass Communication

  • Mechanical Engineering

  • Medicine/Dentistry

  • Metallurgical Engineering

  • Petroleum Engineering

How to apply:

  • All applicants are expected to have a valid personal email account for ease of communication.

  • Only the shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

  • Applications are subject to SEPLAT JV Scholarship Award Terms and Conditions.

  • Applications open on August 26 and close on September 9, 2022




3 thoughts on “2022 NPDC/SEPLAT Energy National Scholarship Form

  1. I’m a year 5 student of Electrical and electronics engineering, Abia state university, uturu.
    I am from Ukwa west LGA in Abia state.

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