First Beneficiaries Of Prof. MarkAnthony Scholarship Emerge

First Beneficiaries For Prof. MarkAnthony Scholarship Emerge
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The first list of selected candidates For the prestigious Professor MarkAnthony Nze Scholarship With Apsley Business School London has emerged. Africa Daily News, New York can confirm that among the beneficiaries were Wisdom Onyebuchi Njemanze, Kelechi Ihunanya Amadi, and 9 others. 

It would be recalled that in the sequel to Prof. MarkAnthony Nze’s appointment as an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Management, the academic guru had agreed to invest all of his earnings into the institution for a specified period of time in exchange for a scholarship for Nigerians as a way of encouraging African youths, particularly Nigerians who are interested in quality education abroad.

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Making the announcements on Friday, the brand strategist for People and Polity Inc., Dr. Onyeka Chiemelie revealed that so far eleven successful applicants have been shortlisted to benefit from the largesse.

The announcement was made on a radio program on ADN Radio, New York which was monitored by Africa Daily News, New York.

The following are the names of the first beneficiaries of the scholarship scheme.

1. Wisdom Onyebuchi Njemanze – for Ph.D., in Education

2. Kelechi Ihunanya Amadi – for Ph.D. in Law

3. Christopher Anyanwu – for MBA in Strategic Management

4. Olufunsho Odushe – for M.Sc in Industrial Engineering

5. Ihekaire Juliet Chioma – for M.Sc in Pharmaceutical Management

6. Ibe Obinna Kizito – for M.Sc in Aesthetic Medicine

7. Ekuma Matthew Chinwike – for M.Sc in Education and Applied Linguistics

8. Ojiakor Kingsley – for MBA in The Creative Industries

9. Mary Aneju – for MBA Facilities Management

10. Okoye Emmanuel Obinna – for MBA in Finance and Accounting

11. Haruna Ajiya Mbaya – for Ph.D in Strategic Management

Further speaking, Dr. Onyeka disclosed that the announcement would continue every Friday on the platform by 2 pm Nigerian time.

Originally, the costs were 5730 euros for master’s programmes and 13100 euros for doctoral programmes; however, after Dr. MarkAnthony Nze’s scholarship, the prices were decreased to $2,500 for master’s programmes and $5,000 for doctoral programmmes.

The duration is nine months if the process is expedited and twelve months if the process is not expedited.

Although the programmes are delivered via distance learning, they culminate in a graduation ceremony in London upon successful completion of the programmes.

Africa Daily News, New York reports that Apsley Business School in London is a prestigious British business school that is consistently ranked among Europe’s top 100 business schools.

Africa Daily News, New York

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