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Yuvabharathi Public School, India.

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           schoolsbrochure.com is an online brochure (directory) for Schools in Nigeria.

Our aims and objective is to advertise and introduce schools,

giving information about the locations,products and services in each states of the country.
Schools brochure enables parents and guardians to visit varieties of

schools online, therefore making it very easy for them to make comparison ,

school search, enquiries and enrollment for their children from the comfort of their home or office.


Schoolsbrochure Grant : Coming soon!
  The Schoolsbrochure Grant is a form of need-based financial aid offered to low-income students. Unlike student loans, our grants  do not have to be repaid. Schoolsbrochure Grants are available for any High school or Secondary school, college or university, and Monotechnics or polytechnics  that are registered with Schoolsbrochure.
 Schoolsbrochure eligibility
The eligibility for a Schoolsbrochure Grant is determined by a variety of factors. To be eligible, a student must:
  • Demonstrate financial need (as calculated by the school's financial aid office);
  • Have good academic record;
  • Be enrolled in a degree, diploma or certificate program that runs for at least 4 years; and
  • Be a Nigerian citizen, a permanent resident of Nigeria
How to apply
To apply for the Schoolsbrochure Grant, students must file a FAPSA form, which becomes available starting January 1 of each year. Students must re-apply each year for the grant by submitting the FAPSA Renewal.
NOTE: If your school ( college, Technical school , University and others) is not registered with Schoolsbrochure, you cannot fill the FAPSA (Free Application for Private Student Aid) or  have access to our Student Network Loan. 

Student Network Loan

 PRIVATE STUDENT LOANS :    Coming soon!
    Students attending at least a four-year college or university,technical 
school,or community college are eligible to apply for our Private student loan
to pay for the cost of higher education. Students can use a private educational
loan on their tuition, books, learning materials, equipment, room and board, and transportation expenses. These are private loans with low interest rates and are the best, first choice for students with higher financial need.
There are two types of private student loan
    - Dependent Student Loan.
    - Independent Student Loan. 

Dependent Student Loan

This loan is available for an undergraduate student who relies on financial support from his or her parents or guardians.When filling the FAPSA (Free Application for Private Student Aid) ,dependent students must report their parents' or guardians' yearly income and assets on their aid application. 
Eligibility requirements for a Dependent Student Loan for parents include:
  • The parent must be the student's biological or adoptive parent. Stepparents can also act as the borrower in certain circumstances. For instance, if a widowed biological parent was remarried, then the stepparent could act as the borrower.
  • The parent must pass a credit check. If the credit check is not passed, the parent can have a friend or relative with good credit history endorse the loan (similar to a cosign).
  • The student must be a dependent and enrolled at least half-time in school.

Independent Student loan

  Independent students (Financially independent) do not need to provide parent financial information on the application, and because of this, may often qualify for more aid. Being considered an independent student is not merely a matter of being responsible for your own educational expenses. You must meet certain criteria to be declared an independent student:

  • You will be at least 24 years old by December 31 of this year ;
  • Both your parents deceased, ward of the court, in foster care or was a ward of the court when 13 years or older;
  • You are a graduate or professional student;
  • You are a married individual;
  • Have legal dependents other than a spouse;
  • Be an emancipated minor or in legal guardianship;
  • You are a homeless youth;
Applicants who answer "no" to all of these questions are dependent students and are required to report parental information on the application.

  A student can be classified independent from these unusual circumstances:

  • The parent is mentally handicapped.
  • The student suffered documentable parental abuse and contact with the parent would put the student in danger.
  • The student was abandoned by parents.
  • Both parents are incarcerated or institutionalized.
  • Both parents lack the physical or mental capacity to raise the child.
  • The parents whereabouts are unknown or the parents cannot be located.
  • The parents are hospitalized for an extended period.
  • The student was living in an unsuitable household (e.g., child removed from the household and placed in foster care).
  • The student has been supporting his/herself for a time.
  • The parents refuse to contribute to the student's education.
NOTE: If your school ( college, Technical school , University and others) is not registered with Schoolsbrochure, you cannot fill the FAPSA (Free Application for Private Student Aid) or  have access to our Student Network Loan. 

Student Financial Aid


  A scholarship is an award given to a student for the purpose of furthering their education. A scholarship can be a monetary award or an award of access to an institution. Scholarships are a vital piece of the financial aid system.
Scholarships are usually earned through performance and achievement. For those who excel in high-school, academic and athletic success is rewarded with money for college.  Scholarship money does not require repayment.
Combination scholarships require students to stand out from their peers in more than one way.  Exceptional athletes who also do well in school are rewarded on both fronts, as scholar-athletes.  Student-citizens who actively participate in community affairs receive scholarships that acknowledge their efforts.  Other traits like ethnic heritage, gender and financial need are used to determine eligibility for some special scholarships. Click here to apply


High school/College grants are primarily awards of free money, that do not require any repayment on the part of the student.The grants are specially for the students from low income family who can’t afford to pay for the academic fees when they want to study at the university. Unlike scholarships, which are typically awarded on the basis of academic achievement or athletic, artistic or extracurricular performance, grants are awarded according to financial need. This is not to say that academic merit will not be considered, only that financial need is given greater weight in the final decision making process.
As students begin to investigate possible grants for college, they will likely find a variety of award-for-service grants. These types of grants are typically allied to a distinct course of study, and are applied to students with definite career goals. Typically they address critical shortages in certain professional fields including healthcare, legal aid, teaching and social work. Click here to apply for
 Schoolsbrochure grant


   A student loan is a type of loan that is used by a student to pay for  education expenses, such as tuition, books and living expenses. It may differ from other types of loans in that the interest rate may be substantially lower and the repayment schedule may be deferred while the student is still in education. Click here to apply

Weekly Quiz

            Earn scholarship points by participating in our weekly quiz, your earned scholarship
points are chances to win. Each point you earn qualifies you to participate in our monthly