Requirements for TINUBU Student Loan 2024

Requirements for TINUBU Student Loan 2024 – Here are the requirements, all you need to know, and how to apply online.

If you are a student in need of financial assistance to further your education, the TINUBU Student Loan Scheme for 2024 might be the solution you’ve been looking for.

This article outlines the requirements you need to fulfil to qualify for this educational support programme by the government of Nigeria.

What is Student Loan in Nigeria?

President Bola Tinubu, on Wednesday, April 3, 2024, signed into law the Student Loans (Access to Higher Education) (Repeal and Re-enactment) Bill, 2024.

The board’s members are drawn from relevant ministries, regulatory bodies, and participating agencies, including;

The student loan is an initiative of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s administration to provide easy access to funding for indigent Nigerian students.

It aimed at relieving vulnerable Nigerian students of the burden of paying their school fees, thus providing equal rights to education for all.

Only Indigenous Nigerian students in higher institutions (Universities, Polytechnics, and Colleges of Education) and vocational institutions are eligible to apply for TINUBU student loan 2024.

Requirements for TINUBU Student Loan 2024? Here are the requirements and things to know before applying.

Requirements for TINUBU Student Loan 2024

To qualify for the TINUBU Student Loan in 2024, you must meet the following requirements:

  1. Be a Nigerian citizen
  2. Possess a JAMB Registration Number
  3. Have a National Identity Number (NIN)
  4. Provide a Bank Verification Number (BVN)
  5. Possess a Matriculation Number or School Registration Number

We will provide you with the necessary information on how to apply once the application portal is open.

We hope you found our article on requirements for the TINUBU Student Loan for the 2024/2025 academic session and how to apply helpful.

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46 comments

  1. Would this loan facility cater to those looking to study the standard pilot course at Nigeria College of Aviation Technology? and post graduate degree programs in federal universities ?

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  2. Thanks you for this useful informative piece. How SOON would the portal be activated. Hope the loan is applicable to all categories of students from new entrants (100level) to PhD level.

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  3. Thank you for this useful informative piece. How SOON would the portal be activated. Hope the loan is applicable to all categories of students from new entrants (100level) to PhD level.

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  4. Am a Bsc Honour in Business management with Second Class Upper i need employment not the loan to go for my master’s as am already a family man still struggling in the of Abuja to put food on the table for my family

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    • It’s always nice to read previous comment before you ask questions, your question is already answered which was asked in a post up in the comments section… Regards

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  6. My question was post base on country’s you are from. For an example I am from Liberia can I receive student loan.

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  7. Just like the CBN palliative loan during the COVID-19, a lucky or privileged few shall be beneficiaries, especially the NASS or persons who may not even be students. After this administration, it shall be forgotten or made to be forgotten becos the process will be faulty. Government does not have or believe in statistics ( as heard from the mouth of the ruling party during the election campaign jabs to other parties- “Na statistics we go chop”?). At the end, those affiliated to APC shall be the beneficiaries.

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  8. Does it mean that if u re a student of open university were you don’t need jamb registration number to gain admission, u re not eligible to apply because one of the criteria say u must HV a jamb registration number to apply

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  9. In diasporal? someone that has left the shore of the country for another country to study must have anough money to do that so he/she does not need loan. Alright.
    The loan is mainly for the ambitious poor masses that want to go to school.

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