Varsity offers free tuition to all candidates interested in agric

Students interested in pursuing a career in agriculture now have an opportunity to do so in Nigeria at no cost.

The founder of the Landmark University introduced the agric scholarship in the institution  to support the nation’s return to agriculture and its value chain.

According to founder Bishop David Oyedepo, candidates who are interested in Crop Science, Animal Science, Agric Extension & Rural Development, Agric Economics, Agribusiness Management, Environmental & Natural Resource Economics, Aquaculture and Fisheries Management, Tourism and Recreation, Horticulture and Landscape management would now be run free of charge.

The Landmark University, founded in 2011, is the second of such the clergyman owns, and it has been rancked among the top ten—structurally—in Nigeria.