Welcome to BNET

The Britain-Nigeria Educational Trust (BNET) is a membership charity that promotes friendship and understanding between Britain and Nigeria by providing financial support for the benefit of education in Nigeria. We are dependent on voluntary contributions and donations from individuals, institutions and companies who share our charitable aims and a valuable and regular income is derived through the annual subscription of our members.

BNET is committed, through its endeavours, to increase the level of support given to the education of Nigerians which, we believe, is a vital component in the successful development of their country.

To learn more about our work and the benefits of membership please explore our website through the links above, not forgetting to visit the BNET shop.  

The Trustees thank you for your interest.

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Success Stories

Many schools and institutions have received grants from us to fund learning books, classroom equipment and essential teaching aids. To see how some of these grants were applied follow the links below.

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News Update

VSO Carol Concert - Thursday December 10, 2015

It must appear premature to think about Christmas but if you want to enjoy VSO's reknowned Christmas Carol Concert it is best to be ahead of the crowd so book your ticket here

Member's Benefits

BNET offers its members a variety of attractive benefits as summarised below:

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Special discounted airfares for travel to all Arik international destinations from the UK.
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50% discounted joining fee and no proposer or seconder required.
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A ‘members only’ procedure to facilitate the obtaining of entry visas to Nigeria for business purposes.
british-nigeria education trust logo The Britain- Nigeria Educational Trust’s “What’s On”
A fortnightly guide to all events in the UK focussing on Africa and other exclusive publications.

To view these benefits, please click here.