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Nedbank Offering Scholarships To Students Who Studied STEM Subjects At A’Level

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Nedbank’s Education Fund is offering scholarships to STEM students. The program offers scholarships to students with a desire to study for their first degree in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).

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What are the requirements?

Well, Nedbank lists the following;

  • Applications must be from students who studied STEM subjects only
  • Minimum of 15 A’Level points
  • Complete the Application form you can collect at any Nedbank branch in the country.
  • Certified copy of your National ID and Birth Certificate (participants must be Zimbabwean)
  • Two certified passport-sized photos (less than 3 months old)
  • Certified copies of your latest academic transcripts and educational certificates

Students are also required to hand in these documents with a one-page letter focusing on why they are applying for the scholarship and how it will help them achieve their career goal.

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The closing date for the applications for the Nedbank Education Fund scholarships will be on the 13th of March.

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Nedbank Zimbabwe is a commercial bank in Zimbabwe. It is a subsidiary of the Nedbank Group headquartered South Africa, itself a subsidiary of Old Mutual Group. The Nedbank Group own 74% of stake in the MBCA Bank, Old Mutual Zimbabwe owns 18.30% and the rest... Read More About Nedbank


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10 thoughts on “Nedbank Offering Scholarships To Students Who Studied STEM Subjects At A’Level

  1. ls there any chance for me to get this scholarship,l had 14points in 4 subjects.l did Pure Mathematics,Statistis,Physics and Chemistry?

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