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CIBN awards £16,000 scholarship to student

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Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN), has awarded a £16,000 (N6.224million) scholarship to Miss Okikioluwa Uzoma Oladipo, a graduate of Covenant University, who emerged the winner of the 2019 Chartered Banker MBA (CBMBA) Scholarship Award for the best graduating student in the linkage institutions.

Oladipo emerged the winner following her outstanding performance at both the written assessment and oral interview held at the Bankers House, Lagos, landing her an award for a fully-paid tuition through the MBA programme.

The competition is an annual event organised by CIBN in collaboration with the Bangor Business School (Bangor University, UK) for the best graduating student of CIBN’s linkage institutions in Nigeria.

A total of 30 best graduating students in Banking and Finance Departments from 28 linkage institutions in the universities and polytechnics across Nigeria competed for the award.

The award, one of the advantages of the linkage partnership between the Institute and tertiary institutions, is aimed at recognising, rewarding and reinforcing the culture of excellence and hard work among students offering Banking and Finance with a view to raising a new generation of bankers, who would have respect for the values of hard work, ethics, and professionalism.

CBMBA Programme is an innovative international programme designed to adequately equip members in the financial industry with requisite knowledge, skills and competencies,

Upon successful completion of the programme, a unique triple qualification of MBA Banking & Finance of Bangor University, UK, Associate membership of the Chartered Institute of Bankers, Scotland, UK, and Associate membership of the CIBN will be conferred.


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