The 2013 Nigerian Young Entrepreneur Scholarships at Edinburgh Napier University in UK.

Nigerian Young Entrepreneur Scholarships

Edinburgh Napier University is now accepting applications for the Nigerian Young Entrepreneur Scholarship Competition.

To celebrate the opening of our new business incubation facility, Edinburgh Napier  University is offering two 50% tuition fee scholarships to the winners of our Nigerian Young Entrepreneur Competition.

Edinburgh Napier University is  looking to hear from prospective postgraduate students who either have an existing business or have a good business idea that they would like to develop further whilst they study.

A brief business proposal should be completed considering the criteria below. These will be judged by a panel of experts from the relevant subject areas at Edinburgh Napier and the two best ideas will win access to office facilities, a new business advisor and mentor – as well as a 50% reduction in their overall tuition fee.

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Your business proposal should be on no more than 4 sides of A4 paper. As a guideline, you may want to consider incorporating the following points:
• Executive Summary
• Target Market
• Strategy and Objectives
• Overview of the product or service proposed
• Summary of the market and competitors
• Financial Forecasts
• Some personal information – your background, education, training

Please don’t forget to include your contact details, business name and your Edinburgh Napier applicant number. Competition entries should be submitted by email to Neil Austin, International Partnership Manager, [email protected].

Entrants must submit their competition forms by 31 May 2013 and also be holding an unconditional offer of study for a postgraduate programme from Edinburgh Napier (to start in September 2013) on the same date. The successful candidates will be informed no later than 30 June 2013.

For further details see our Funding page.

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