Miriam Ofoegbu Foundation Undergraduate Scholarships for Nigerian Students

The Miriam Ofoegbu Foundation (MOF) is a non-profit organization that offers scholarship opportunities to undergraduate Nigerian students. Based in Lagos, Nigeria, MOF’s main vision is to empower the younger generation with the basic resources that they require to live and develop with dignity and to become an active contributing member of our society. The foundation invites applications from suitably qualified for the Miriam Ofoegbu Foundation Scholarship.

Application deadline: December 15, 2021

Benefits of the Miriam Ofoegbu Foundation Undergraduate Scholarships

This is a one-time scholarship offered to newly admitted nursing, pharmacy, or medical students in any Nigerian University.

Eligibility Criteria for Nigerian Students

An admission to study nursing, pharmacy or medicine in a Nigerian University is the only prerequisite to applying for the Miriam Ofoegbu Foundation Undergraduate Scholarships.

The following documents are required upon application:

  • LGA Identification
  • Admission Letter
  • Birth Certificate
  • School Identification
  • NIM Registration, JAMB Result & WAEC Result.

How to Apply

If you are interested to start your scholarship journey, please fill-up the necessary details on this application form. Meanwhile, you can also browse more details and options at the MOF website.

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