American University Nigeria Announces Scholarship Opportunity for Nigerian, African Student

The American University Nigeria (AUN) in Yola has introduced Scholarship Opportunities for students from Nigeria and other African nations in honor of its 20th anniversary. The scholarships would alleviate financial burdens faced by AUN parents, some of whom have multiple family members attending the university

American University Nigeria Announces Scholarship Opportunity for Nigerian, African Student

The American University Nigeria (AUN) in Yola has introduced Scholarship Opportunities for students from Nigeria and other African nations in honor of its 20th anniversary. 

The university administration made the announcement today, emphasizing its dedication to providing quality education to deserving students, regardless of their background.

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Incoming students will be eligible for tuition fee discounts ranging from 10% to 50%, depending on the program they choose to enroll in. Nursing, Public Health, and various Engineering programs such as Chemical, Civil, Computer, Electrical/Electronics, and Telecommunications Engineering are offering the most significant discounts

Dr. DeWayne P. Frazier, President of AUN, expressed enthusiasm about the scholarships, emphasizing their role in encouraging young Nigerians to pursue their first degrees within their home country before considering further education abroad. He highlighted that AUN delivers a global standard of education comparable to overseas institutions.

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President Frazier also extended gratitude to AUN parents and alumni, acknowledging their unwavering support for the university’s philosophy. He stated, “We are thrilled to introduce the 20th Anniversary Tuition Scholarships, celebrating two decades of the American University of Nigeria. These scholarships recognize our students’ outstanding achievements and aim to boost enrollment across the nation and the African Continent. We encourage students to seize this opportunity, as our fees have never been more competitively priced.”

Furthermore, Dr. Frazier emphasized that the scholarships would alleviate financial burdens faced by AUN parents, some of whom have multiple family members attending the university. The focus on Nursing, Public Health, and Engineering programs aims to address the shortage of skilled professionals in these critical areas within the northeast region, which continues to recover from a decade-long insurgency.