Frequently Asked Questions

This ensures the clarity of the image so the scholarship board can identify who is being awarded.
Scholastica is your One Stop Scholarship application where one profile can be used to apply for multiple scholarships. This saves you the stress of having to upload your documents every time and keeps you updated on ongoing Scholarships.
Ensure your profile is filled correctly and truthfully, you can also apply for other Scholarships that match your status
NIN is the National Identification Number being coordinated by the National Identity Management Commission
Register with a valid e-mail address and create a profile on Scholastica, then apply for the scholarship.
If you have not applied for any scholarship, you can still edit your profile details. To edit your profile details after applying for a scholarship, send an email to from the email account you used to create your Scholastica profile stating your case. Ensure the email is titled appropriately. For example “Correction of details on Scholastica profile” 
Send an email to stating the overall CGPA/Grading system of the course, name of the Course, Faculty of the course and the Institution.
The eligibility criteria of each scholarship is clearly defined in the Requirements page of the scheme, you can also contact for more details.
Confirm your internet connectivity, ensure you are not using a mobile device that is not enabled for such activity, try to use a different browser software, log out of your account and log back in. If none of these solutions work, please contact our customer care lines for guidance. Also confirm the documents are in the right format and are not above 200Kb.
After application for a scholarship scheme, return to the overview page of your profile to download your profile form. Note: The same profile form is used for all Scholarship applications on Scholastica
After your academic referee/Head of Department has signed the downloaded profile form. Scan the document, login to your Scholastica profile and upload the signed document
A bank sort code is a nine digits number that identifies a specific branch of a bank. The first three digits are the bank’s standard code, the next digit is the location of the bank and the last five digits are for the bank branch. It facilitates online transfers.
You will get an email confirmation in your email account, you will also see it in your Scholastica account overview page and a copy is saved to your messages in your Scholastica Account.
Yes your NIN is very compulsory as it helps the scholarship board confirm your identity
After the scholarship board has made their selection of Awardees, you will be contacted by the bank or the consultant of the Scholarship board once your payment is ready
Most times the cause of payment delays is associated with inability to confirm a candidates current academic status as at when due, hence payment cannot be released as at when due. To rectify this, the affected awardee should call Dragnet customer care to confirm his status. Please note Dragnet solutions Ltd does not pay scholarship recipients.
o   If he is valid he should write a letter to the Scholarship Board via stating his/her case.
o   In the case where a candidates status is invalid meaning his or her academic status is below the award criteria of the scholarship and candidate has evidence that this is not correct. Candidate should send an email to with a copy of a signed letter from his Dean/Registrar stating his/her academic results, course and level.
Please note Dragnet solutions Ltd does not pay scholarship recipients. 
You did not provide your Bank account details before the deadline or you provided wrong Bank details
NO, with one account you can apply for all scholarships, If you create more than one account, you will be automatically ineligible to receive any scholarship award