BOI NYSC Trust Fund Registration Portal 2021 – www.boi.ng/gef Graduate Entrepreneurship Fund

BOI NYSC trust fund registration portal is now open. See how to apply for the ongoing Bank of industry graduate entrepreneurship fund for NYSC.

This page contains relevant information about the BOI NYSC trust fund; how to submit your application at the online application portal https://www.boi.ng/graduate-entrepreneurship-fund/, requirements and required documents.

Are you a serving corp/prospective corp member? You can now apply for the NYSC loan with the guidelines we will provide on this page. At the moment, the BOI Graduate Entrepreneurship Fund application portal is open to receive applications from interested corp members.

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Corp members can now apply for loan apart from the N33,000 monthly allawee. Continue reading this article if you are interested in the BOI NYSC trust fund programme.

BOI NYSC Trust Fund Requirements 2021

You must partake in the following if you want to be selected for the NYSC Loan.

  • Screening practice
  • 4-day intensive training of GEF
  • Submission of a feasible business plan with BOI’s policy

You must be a serving corp/prospective corp member and must have a valid means of identification (International passport, national id card, driver’s license or permanent voter’s card).

You must be able to provide a workable business plan and other NYSC supporting documents.

You will be entitled to access up to N2 million at 9% interest per year, with loan tenures of 3-5 years.

How to Apply for BOI NYSC Trust Fund 2021

Interested applicants are to fill and submit the application form online at the BOI portal. Follow the steps below to submit your application successfully.

  • Visit www.boi.ng/graduate-entrepreneurship-fund/
  • Create an account with your active email and password
  • Fill the online application form correctly
  • Attach the required documents
  • Submit

Shortlisted candidates will be contacted via email and text message. Follow this website for more news about the NYSC Trust Fund 2021.