Welcome, Guest: Join Nairaland / LOGIN! / Trending / Recent / New
Stats: 2,868,064 members, 6,883,126 topics. Date: Friday, 27 May 2022 at 05:21 AM

SINABELA Full Scholarship Overseas- Apply Now - Education - Nairaland

Nairaland Forum / Nairaland / General / Education / SINABELA Full Scholarship Overseas- Apply Now (2470 Views)

2020 PTDF Overseas Scholarship In France, Germany, China And Malaysia / The David Oyedepo Foundation Calls For Full Scholarship Applications / How To Apply For Sinabela Scholarship Full Scholarship Overseas (2) (3) (4)

(1) (Reply) (Go Down)

SINABELA Full Scholarship Overseas- Apply Now by Blogging4treasu: 8:22am On Jul 06, 2019
The Sinabela Scholarship program offers 100-percent tuition fee to both those who want to pursue Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree in the United Kingdom, the Europe countries, Canada and the United States of America. A computer-based examination (all multi-choice questions beginning from September 14, 2019)must be taken by all paid candidates, after which the successful ones are awarded with full scholarship covering the tuition fee, including student visa, …https://loadedng.xyz/sinabela-full-scholarship-overseas-apply-now/

Re: SINABELA Full Scholarship Overseas- Apply Now by STENON(f): 9:08am On Jul 06, 2019
Scam!!!
Re: SINABELA Full Scholarship Overseas- Apply Now by tosco042: 3:48am On Oct 16, 2019
You guys would be caught by EFCC and put to book if you don't return the swindled money to the respective owners, You give a scholarship by collecting money from innocent people thinking GOD is not watching you.
I asked World Scholarship Forum and they said their is no such thing as Sinabela scholarship that it's not legitimate.
I checked the company Sinabela Associates because all UK companies are registered and monitored, I saw the company's debt ratio from that you would know the company is broke and in a crisis, I saw the companies asset not up to a $100,000.
And you tell me God wont punish you people, how the hell do people even pay such huge amount of money without doing their home work or checking the scheme well.
I contacted the university of manchester and asked them about this program, they said they have never heard of such a scholarship, talk more of partnering with them, I also asked university of Liverpool(which as you scholarship scheme stated that is closed for now, but the university was used before), they told me not to pay you guys a dime that they want to contact the company and make inquiries for me although am still waiting to hear from them but they said a student have never enrolled into their university from Nigeria with such scholarship
I know the country is tough but it doesn't mean you cant make a healthy living

My advice is if you want to perform fraudulent activities(scams) do it right.
International Relations

Oct 15, 2019, 2:40 PM (12 hours ago)



to me












Dear Czar,




Thank you for your email.




We
have no relationship with this organisation and we do not recognise
their exam results if indeed
they do run these tests. Their site claims falsely that we are a
partner but we have never heard of them nor communicated with them.




This organisation is suspected to engage in fraudulent activity and we would recommend
against paying any fees to them.




Best wishes




Diana














Diana Kurkul
International Relations Administrative Assistant
| PA to Professor Stephen Flint – AVP Internationalisation





Tel +44 (0)161 306 4020 Email:
diana.kurkul@manchester.ac.uk
|
www.manchester.ac.uk






















Privacy Notice for prospective students, applicants
and offer-holders


RE: A new message from Czar Mane
Inbox
x
University of Liverpool Enquiries <irro@liverpool.ac.uk>

Tue, Oct 15, 3:09 PM (12 hours ago)



to me




















Dear Czar,










Many thanks for your enquiry.










I
have spoken to colleagues in the International team who feel this may
not be a legitimate scholarship, please be careful that you
do not give them any information.









Full details of all the undergraduate courses at the University can be found
here









The
page listed in the above link contains details of the programme content
(including course modules), standard entry requirements
and course fees. If you have been studying International qualifications
you can find our country-specific information and equivalents on entry
requirements
via this link. You can also find the current English Language requirements and acceptable qualifications
here.










In order to be considered for a place on a course you will need to make a formal application. Applications should be made via
UCAS.
For full details of the application process including hints and tips on
creating your personal statement please see their website directly.
Alternatively, our local representatives in your country can provide
more information
about the university and assist you with the application process.
Please see your
Country Page for further details on available representatives.










The
University of Liverpool does not offer full scholarships to prospective
students; some of our students do, however, find that they are eligible
for a part
scholarship, award or bursary. There are various
funding opportunities that you may be interested in.









I hope this information is helpful and if you have any further enquiries please do not hesitate to contact us again.










Kindest Regards









Jenna Paglia




Enquiries Officer




Enquiries and Fulfilment




T: +44 (0)151 794 5927




University of Liverpool




Reilly Building, 160 Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, L3 5TR




www.liverpool.ac.uk
czar mane
czar mane
czar mane
41 minutes ago
You people want to scam your fellow Nigerians so if you have a son now you would tell him to waste $36,500 to write a sccholarship program that is fake

1 Like

Re: SINABELA Full Scholarship Overseas- Apply Now by tosco042: 3:49am On Oct 16, 2019
is it really a scam my #36,500 would go like that
Re: SINABELA Full Scholarship Overseas- Apply Now by esundaygreat: 12:20am On Oct 22, 2019
I am one of the candidates of the Sinabela Scholarship program, and I had the same concern as this guy above. But what I did was visit their representative office in Nigeria (Asaba, Delta state) to speak to someone physically. I was really prepared for the conversation, and I asked them a couple of questions which they answered satisfactorily.

As for their ability to finance scholarships, that was my first question. I learned from one of their representative that the program is being funded by a number of non-profit foundations and charity organizations from around the world (who insist on staying anonymous).

Also, I happen to be one of those who read information on websites thoroughly before embarking on criticism (although I cannot blame people who do not take their time to read website information), but I still asked them about the nature of their relationship with the UK universities in question. To understand the nature of their relationship with the institutions into which their qualified candidates are granted scholarships, read this web page on their website, titled Disclaimer of Partnership (find it pasted below).

https://www.fullscholarshipoverseas.co.uk/disclaimer-of-partnership

Disclaimer of Partnership

This serves to address any attempt to misconstrue the very nature of the working relationship between Sinabela Associates Limited and the enlisted tertiary institutions into which candidates will eventually be admitted and for which, but not on behalf of which, scouting and appropriation of prospects by way of interviews and English language tests, are being administered.

Having found that there is strong interest to acquire a post-secondary education in the Europe or the Americas, by nationals of various African countries, our aim, being a firm with vast working experience in the living realities and education in these parts of the world, is to present ourselves as an Independent Agency, a liaison, to help those in need of overseas education, by easing out the burden of obtaining student admissions, student visas, and part-time employment opportunities while there, and most importantly to issue them scholarship. We must stress here that the bespoke scholarship from this program is entirely sponsored by Sinabela Associates Limited, UK.

We do not represent any of the tertiary institutions into which our candidates are eventually admitted. We do not work for them either. We are independent. We basically function by filling the gap between prospective international students from Africa and their dreams to study overseas. In most parts, we are about the scholarship---full or partial---that many prospective international students from Africa do greatly appreciate, sometimes too we have candidates who do not care about our scholarship offerings but want our agency to help ease out the process of obtaining admission and travel documents with which they can fly to the respective host countries and study therein.

Moreso, we have selected the institutions on our list based on the following---the quality of education, their position against racial discrimination, availability of a strong internal body dedicated to the care and concerns of international students, and the ease of obtaining a job should the students need it.


Finally, the only authentic link that represents the Sinabela Scholarship program is https://www.fullscholarshipoverseas.co.uk. Disregard any other link that claims to represent Sinabela Scholarship to you. I am not paid to speak for them, I just feel obliged to defend them based on the above-mentioned information about them, by which I am convinced (anyone else is free to do his own investigations though), and I am a candidate too.
Re: SINABELA Full Scholarship Overseas- Apply Now by Iseni(f): 10:02am On Oct 24, 2019
[b][/b]
STENON:
Scam!!!
STENON:
Scam!!!
STENON:
Scam!!!
STENON:
Scam!!!
tosco042:
You guys would be caught by EFCC and put to book if you don't return the swindled money to the respective owners, You give a scholarship by collecting money from innocent people thinking GOD is not watching you.
I asked World Scholarship Forum and they said their is no such thing as Sinabela scholarship that it's not legitimate.
I checked the company Sinabela Associates because all UK companies are registered and monitored, I saw the company's debt ratio from that you would know the company is broke and in a crisis, I saw the companies asset not up to a $100,000.
And you tell me God wont punish you people, how the hell do people even pay such huge amount of money without doing their home work or checking the scheme well.
I contacted the university of manchester and asked them about this program, they said they have never heard of such a scholarship, talk more of partnering with them, I also asked university of Liverpool(which as you scholarship scheme stated that is closed for now, but the university was used before), they told me not to pay you guys a dime that they want to contact the company and make inquiries for me although am still waiting to hear from them but they said a student have never enrolled into their university from Nigeria with such scholarship
I know the country is tough but it doesn't mean you cant make a healthy living

My advice is if you want to perform fraudulent activities(scams) do it right.
International Relations

Oct 15, 2019, 2:40 PM (12 hours ago)



to me












Dear Czar,




Thank you for your email.




We
have no relationship with this organisation and we do not recognise
their exam results if indeed
they do run these tests. Their site claims falsely that we are a
partner but we have never heard of them nor communicated with them.




This organisation is suspected to engage in fraudulent activity and we would recommend
against paying any fees to them.




Best wishes




Diana














Diana Kurkul
International Relations Administrative Assistant
| PA to Professor Stephen Flint – AVP Internationalisation





Tel +44 (0)161 306 4020 Email:
diana.kurkul@manchester.ac.uk
|
www.manchester.ac.uk






















Privacy Notice for prospective students, applicants
and offer-holders


RE: A new message from Czar Mane
Inbox
x
University of Liverpool Enquiries <irro@liverpool.ac.uk>

Tue, Oct 15, 3:09 PM (12 hours ago)



to me




















Dear Czar,










Many thanks for your enquiry.










I
have spoken to colleagues in the International team who feel this may
not be a legitimate scholarship, please be careful that you
do not give them any information.









Full details of all the undergraduate courses at the University can be found
here









The
page listed in the above link contains details of the programme content
(including course modules), standard entry requirements
and course fees. If you have been studying International qualifications
you can find our country-specific information and equivalents on entry
requirements
via this link. You can also find the current English Language requirements and acceptable qualifications
here.










In order to be considered for a place on a course you will need to make a formal application. Applications should be made via
UCAS.
For full details of the application process including hints and tips on
creating your personal statement please see their website directly.
Alternatively, our local representatives in your country can provide
more information
about the university and assist you with the application process.
Please see your
Country Page for further details on available representatives.










The
University of Liverpool does not offer full scholarships to prospective
students; some of our students do, however, find that they are eligible
for a part
scholarship, award or bursary. There are various
funding opportunities that you may be interested in.









I hope this information is helpful and if you have any further enquiries please do not hesitate to contact us again.










Kindest Regards









Jenna Paglia




Enquiries Officer




Enquiries and Fulfilment




T: +44 (0)151 794 5927




University of Liverpool




Reilly Building, 160 Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, L3 5TR




www.liverpool.ac.uk
czar mane
czar mane
czar mane
41 minutes ago
You people want to scam your fellow Nigerians so if you have a son now you would tell him to waste $36,500 to write a sccholarship program that is fake
Re: SINABELA Full Scholarship Overseas- Apply Now by Iseni(f): 10:05am On Oct 24, 2019
Yes it’s true Sinabela scholarship is a scam. Please do not, I repeat do not apply. They don’t give scholarships don’t waste your money. They’re going to be caught eventually and I am very ready to take it up as far as it goes

1 Like

Re: SINABELA Full Scholarship Overseas- Apply Now by STENON(f): 10:13am On Oct 24, 2019
Iseni:
[b][/b]
Wht quoting me with the scammers?
Re: SINABELA Full Scholarship Overseas- Apply Now by Cadek: 8:15pm On Dec 14, 2019
I really want to appreciate everyone who comment. It really help
Re: SINABELA Full Scholarship Overseas- Apply Now by Olami112: 6:59am On Dec 15, 2019
Mumu Justwise or seun will not block this kind of person or take action, I suspecting if this kind of people don't really bribe them. What's the kind of people still doing on Nairaland?

People have said it all about there scam act. And when I check the guy profile, the profile still exist.

Something is fishy here oh
Re: SINABELA Full Scholarship Overseas- Apply Now by justwise(m): 7:21am On Dec 15, 2019
Olami112:
Mumu Justwise or seun will not block this kind of person or take action, I suspecting if this kind of people don't really bribe them. What's the kind of people still doing on Nairaland?

People have said it all about there scam act. And when I check the guy profile, the profile still exist.

Something is fishy here oh

Pot calling kettle black, are you not one of those advertising fraudulent materials in nairaland? I banned you in travel section because of your dubious visa ad.

Report this thread to the mod I don't moderate this section.
Re: SINABELA Full Scholarship Overseas- Apply Now by bisigoke: 1:27pm On Feb 25, 2020
I really find these arguments against Sinabela Scholarship program both funny and interesting. Interesting seeing how some individuals who probably could not pass the entrance examination can be all ferocious against a legitimate program, just because they failed or something. That's right...most probably because they failed the exam/assessment and were not picked.

Scholarship is not actually free, yet we are not talking about money here. There is a price to be paid to obtain scholarship. It's called academic excellence. The street line for that is "hard work". If you don't have it, you don't deserve a scholarship.

Whereas, I think one of the respondents above has said it all---that Sinabela Scholarship obtains funding from independent foundations from various parts of the world, which makes it possible for them to issue the scholarships at such magnitude and scale. I personally know someone who has been issued scholarship. He is in the UK now studying, as we speak, courtesy of Sinabela Scholarship.

However, just to round off my point, I found this interesting youtube video by a popular Nollywood Actor (Ejike Asiegbu). Find it on https://imgur.com/TNTcrN7 . It is a video about him representing the Sinabela Scholarship program. This is to show to you the class and the reality of what we are discussing here.

(1) (Reply)

Unijos Applicants On Nairaland / Yabatech Post Ume Registration Website Help / Is It Realistic To Graduate With A First Class By Merit Today?

(Go Up)

Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health
religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket

Links: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10)

Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2022 Oluwaseun Osewa. All rights reserved. See How To Advertise. 149
Disclaimer: Every Nairaland member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nairaland.