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Denmark woos foreign workers, students on relaxed visa rules

Denmark has made the decision to loosen its regulations for work visas in order to draw in more foreign students, workers, and workers from outside the European Union. The Danish government has decided to relax its requirements for work visas as a result of a serious labor shortage brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Through […]

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Despite better WASSCE results, fewer females admitted to tertiary institutions – Report

Despite doing better than their male counterparts in the secondary school leaving certificate examinations conducted by the West African Examinations Council, WAEC, the National Examinations Council, NECO among others, fewer females are able to secure admission to tertiary institutions in the country, a report by the National Bureau of Statistics, NBS, has revealed. The recently-released

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Direct Entry Registration Continues After UTME, Census JAMB Tells Candidates

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board(JAMB) has postponed registration of this year’s Direct Entry (DE) registration,and announced it would continue after the 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and national census JAMB spokesperson, Dr. Fabian Benjamin in a statement on Sunday, noted that the DE registration which was scheduled to close on Thursday, 20th April,

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Nigerian students in Sudan plan evacuation to Ethiopia amid ongoing conflict

As the conflict between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the paramilitary group, Rapid Support Force, continues to escalate, Nigerian students studying in Sudan are making plans to evacuate to Ethiopia. The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) in Sudan has released a statement urging their colleagues to gather at three specific locations in Gadarif, before

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APPLY: 2023 Dangote Graduate Trainee Programme

Dangote Graduate Trainee Programme is a 12-month structured training programme designed to provide young graduates with excellent opportunities to pursue a professional career in a world-class enterprise with unparalleled opportunities for professional learning, development and progression in a high-tech, multicultural and diverse environment. Dangote Group’s vision of becoming the leading provider of essential daily needs

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UNILORIN Senate Council suspends SUG president for 60 days

The University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) Senate Council has suspended the Students’ Union Government (SUG) president for 60 working days. The suspension comes following a series of allegations on the president by the council, including “misappropriation of funds, constitutional encroachment, gross misconduct and abuse of office and irregularities in the discharge of his day-to-day activities in

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APPLY: Singapore International Graduate Award (SINGA) scholarships for PhD programme 

Prospective international students who wish to study in Singapore for a PhD programme, but do not have the funds, can apply for the Singapore International Graduate Award (SINGA) scholarships awards for the 2024 session. The 2024 SINGA awards scholarships are co-sponsored by the Agency for Science, Technology & Research, National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore

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First black female physics professor in Africa honoured at Calvin University with dedicated corridor

Calvin University in the United States has dedicated a corridor on its campus to honour the legacy and impact of Professor Deborah Ajakaiye, who became the first black female physics professor in Africa in 1980. Ajakaiye has taught at several universities worldwide, including Ahmadu Bello University, where she earned her PhD in geophysics, and the

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