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United Bank for Africa Plc (UBA) Foundation National Essay Competition 2021

Updated on Sep 23, 2021 3435 views
United Bank for Africa Plc (UBA) Foundation National Essay Competition 2021

The National Essay Competition (NEC) is part of UBA Foundation's education initiative which is aimed at promoting literacy and encouraging healthy and intellectual competition amongst senior secondary school students in Nigeria and across the African continent.

Selection Criteria and Eligibility

  • Must be in senior secondary school
  • Must submit a hand written essay (750 words MAX)
  • Must submit a passport photograph
  • Must submit a copy of a birth certificate, National ID or Passport.


  • 1st prize winner: N3,000,000 in education grant to any African University
  • 2nd prize winner: N2,500,000 in education grant to any African University
  • 3rd prize winner: N2,000,000 in education grant to any African University.

Selection Procedure

  • Entries received for the competition will be reviewed by a distinguished panel of judges made up of professors from reputable Nigerian Universities who will then shortlist 12 essays for further assessment.
  • Following this, a second round of competition will involve the 12 finalists who will write a second superior essay from which three best essays will be selected as the overall winners from the 12 finalists.

29th October, 2021.

Click here to apply online

Note: All incomplete and / or duplicate entries will be disqualified.

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1 Comment(s)

  • Oty's Guide
    Oty's Guide Oct 01, 2021

    Great one. My wards must apply for . I know i have trained them well, they will definitely be in the top three.

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