Registration has commenced for the second edition of the InterswitchSPAK National Science competition.
The second season of the competition, tagged ‘InterswitchSPAK 2.0’ is a CSR initiative of the Interswitch Group.
InterswitchSPAK 2.0 is open to secondary school students in SS2, aged 14 to 17. It will kick off with a National Qualifying Examination from which 81 finalists will emerge to compete at the InterswitchSPAK TV Quiz Show. The InterswitchSPAK programme includes a Masterclass, an Innovation Challenge and a TV quiz competition around STEM subjects.
Registration for the qualifying examinations is already on and will close on April 7, 2019.
To ensure a hitch-free registration process, prospective schools should note the following steps outlined below:
The overall winner will be awarded a five-year scholarship in any tertiary institution, a laptop, a gold trophy and monthly stipends throughout the duration of the scholarship, all totalling N7.5 million.
The second-place winner will be awarded a three-year scholarship, a laptop, a silver trophy and monthly stipends for the three years totalling N4 million; while the third place winner will receive a year-long scholarship worth N1 million, a laptop, and a bronze trophy.
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