2021/2022 Tertiary Education Trust Fund

2021/2022 Tertiary Education Trust Fund

Tertiary Education Trust Fund, abbreviated as TETFUND, is a scheme established by the Federal Government of Nigeria in 2011 to disburse, manage, and monitor education tax to government-owned tertiary institutions in Nigeria.

Frequently Asked Questions

WHAT IS TED FUND?

Tertiary Education Trust Fund, abbreviated as TETFUND, is a scheme established by the Federal Government of Nigeria in 2011 to disburse, manage, and monitor education tax to government-owned tertiary institutions in Nigeria.

TET FUND ADDRESS?

NO 6 Zambezi Crescent, Off Aguiyi Ironsi Street, Maitama, Abuja, FCT Nigeria.

WHAT IS TET FUND MISSION?

To provide focused and transformative intervention in public Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria through funding and effective project management

WHAT IS TET FUND VISION?

To be a world-class interventionist agency in Nigeria’s Tertiary Education.

WHAT ARE TET FUND OBJECTIVES?

  • Provide funding for educational facilities and infrastructural development
  • Promote creative and innovative approach to educational learning and service
  • Stimulate, support, and enhance improvement activities in the educational foundation areas, like Teacher Education, Teaching Practice, Library Development, and Special Education Programmes Champion new literacy enhancing programs.

WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS?

  • Nigerian Citizenship.

NOTICE!!! THE 2021/2022 TETFund BATCHES ARE FULL. Are you a Nigerian student? Follow us on our official Facebook page below to get notified when the next begins.

LATEST NEWS

Determined to deliver on its mandate, the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) has organized a four-day training workshop on building skills for effective service delivery for Nodal Officers and Directors of Quality Assurance in the 226 public tertiary institutions benefiting from its intervention across the country.

Speaking at the workshop, Executive Secretary of TETFund, Professor Suleiman Elias Bogoro, represented by the Director, Office of the Executive Secretary, TETFund, Arc. Uchendu Wogu stated that the Fund’s desire to improve the state of Nigerian tertiary institutions could be jeopardized if dysfunctional services are rendered to service takers.

Being the first of its kind, Professor Bogoro further stated that the training was designed to equip participants with skill-oriented ideas in the face of global competitiveness and also assist them in building skills for effective service delivery.