Sun, 21 May 2017 11:01 - Updated Sun, 21 May 2017 15:40
INAGBE extends deadline for submission of scholarship applications
Luanda - The National Institute of Scholarship Management (INAGBE) has extended the deadline for submitting applications for internal scholarships for the academic year 2017, for one more week, until 26 May.
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According to a note from INAGBE that reached Angop on Friday, students under the age of 25, who have completed the second cycle of education and attend an institution of higher education, may apply for the scholarships.
Applications must be submitted to higher education institutions where each student is enrolled and attending normal classes.
INAGBE has available, for the current academic year, 4193 vacancies for internal scholarships, of which 200 are for postgraduate studies.
The budget to cover the expenses of the scholarships made available by the Executive is 16 billion kwanzas.
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