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The Bridge Program for Bright Nigerian Students 2019

Brief Description of The Bridge Program for Bright Nigerian Students 2019:

The Bridge Program for Nigerian Students is a one-year fellowship program for rising entrepreneurs, career stars and community leaders. The fellowship commences with a two weeks residential Bootcamp in Lagos where you will acquire the mindset, skills and experience needed to become a high-impact entrepreneurial leader and career ready.

The Bridge Program (TBP) is current education to career models and unlocking potential by providing selected Nigeria university students with the winning career and leadership playbook.

The Bridge Programme enables fellows by connecting them to the network, skills and resources that will allow them to be globally competitive, business-minded, solution driven, critical-thinkers and most importantly employable.

The programme put great emphasis on global peer collaboration, mentoring, networking, career support and internships as the ingredients for success in their leadership, entrepreneurial and intrepreneurial journeys.

Scholarship Type: Fellowship, Undergraduate


TBP Eligibility: 

The following are eligible for this programme

  • Candidates in their first or second year of university
  • Candidates who are based in Nigeria
  • Candidates who have a keen interest in TBP’s values, vision and mission.
  • Number of Awardees: Not stated
  • Value of Programme: The Programme is fully sponsored

Duration of Programme: An average TBP fellow will spend 2-4 years in the program. The program includes a 4-week intensive summer camp every year.

How to Apply: Interested participants should apply Here >> APPLICATION FORM

For More Information Visit the Official Scholarship Webpage Here


David Obire

I am an education and book loving young man from Delta. I bag degrees in Biotechnology and Ecotoxicology. I enjoy making life easy for everyone. Welcome to my scholarship blog. Be Successful in your quest for free and quality education.

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