The selection for the MSc PTDF OSS is an annual process. The whole process from application through to selection is administered and managed by the PTDF, so please check the PTDF website for information on application form availability. How the Application is Advertised The PTDF places an advert in the national press in Nigeria announcing the next round of applications for the Overseas Scholarship Scheme. This is for both MSc and PhD programmes. Please check the website and at www.ptdf.gov.ng for information regarding the release of the application forms. The advert will inform you of all relevant details of where, in each Nigerian state, application forms can be obtained. The Selection Process This is the first step in the application procedure. From the applications received a selected number will be invited to sit an exam. On the basis of the results of the exam the final selection will be made. The list of successful candidates for the scholarship will be published on the P
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