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LADOL Sponsors Chevening Partnership

LADOL Sponsors Chevening Partnership

The Chevening Scholarships programme is the UK government’s prestigious international Leadership programme, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organisations. Young professionals with outstanding academic and leadership talents are given the opportunity to study for a one-year Masters degree at any UK University of their choice, after which they are required to return to Nigeria to assist in further development of the country.

A total of 44 Nigerians who were awarded Chevening Scholarships in 2015/2016, are back in-country after having successfully completed their study in various UK universities.

As a sponsor for the Chevening Partnership, representatives from LADOL recently attended a welcome reception hosted by the British High Commission for the 2015/2016 Chevening Scholars.

Ms Pamela Uwagboe (LADOL Human Resources & Administration Superintendent)
Ms Laure Beaufils British Deputy High Commissioner
Ms Josephine Oviomaigho (LADOL Human Resources & Administration Senior Superintendent)
Justice Eberechi Suzette Wike, wife of the Governor of Rivers state.

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