GNPC Scholarship Important Notice To All Applicants

The GNPC Scholarship Foundation has issued a notice to all GNPC Undergraduate Scholarship applicants concerning the Rescheduling of Opening of the GNPC Undergraduate Scholarship Application Portal. The release on the Facebook page of the GNPC Foundation issued by the Public Relations Officer of the GNPC, Nanama Boatemaa Acheampong ,  reads as follows:

 

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Rescheduling Of Opening Of The GNPC Undergraduate Scholarship Application Portal

The opening of the 2020/ 2021 GNPC Undergraduate Scholarship is rescheduled to Wednesday 4th November, 2020, with all other requirements still valid.

The rescheduling is necessitated in order to streamline the application process to offer smoother experience to applicants due to the anticipated volume of applications, and to allow for efficient management of the system.

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The GNPC Scholarship foundation extends apologies to all who were unsuccessful in their attempts to apply on the originally advertised dates.

Kindly visit www.gnpcghana.com to apply when it opens on Wednesday.

 

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3 comments

  1. Please I still can’t get through with the application due to some problem at the account creation. It’s not responding

  2. Fiah Worlanyo Cudjo

    How can a Ghanaian who entered a public university as a fee paying student enjoy his or her national cake since he or she is coming back to serve mother Ghana?
    Am a teacher in one of basic schools in the eastern region. My daughter daughter gained admission into knust as pharmD student for the past three years as fee paying student. I spend more than twelve thousand Ghana cedis on her using my pay slip.
    This year I don’t have enough affordability to settle fees.
    How can I and my daughter be helped out from this situation? I still have two of her siblings to be attended to.
    Please, my daughter needed to savedAaass

  3. Fiah Worlanyo Cudjo

    How can a Ghanaian who entered a public university as a fee paying student enjoy his or her national cake since he or she is coming back to serve mother Ghana?
    Am a teacher in one of basic schools in the eastern region. My daughter daughter gained admission into knust as pharmD student for the past three years as fee paying student. I spend more than twelve thousand Ghana cedis on her using my pay slip.
    This year I don’t have enough affordability to settle fees.
    How can I and my daughter be helped out from this situation? I still have two of her siblings to be attended to.
    Please, my daughter needed to saved

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