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Nigeria has highest number of international students’ population: UWG official

Paul Sargent, director of International Student Admissions and Programmes at the University of West Georgia, U.S., says Nigerians comprise the institution’s highest international student population. Sargent said this on Wednesday during a virtual university showcase organised by the EducationUSA section of the U.S. mission in Nigeria to explore the different educational opportunities available to students […]

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Director of media at OSPOLY denies student reporters access to matriculation venue

In a surprising turn of events, campus reporters who are members of the press unit of the daily part-time wing of Osun State Polytechnic, Ire, were denied access to the venue of the matriculation ceremony by Bayo Fadeji, the institution’s director of Media, Publicity, and Protocol, along with security agents. This development has raised concerns

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Ogun lawmaker supports 100 students for university in Benin Republic

Igbalaye Ayodele, a member of the Ogun House of Assembly representing Abeokuta South Constituency II, has announced that he is sponsoring over 100 students from his constituency on a scholarship to ESTG University in the Republic of Benin. The Punch reported that the initiative is part of Ayodele’s commitment to promoting education among the youth

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UNICEF reports 5m girls enrolled in schools in northern Nigeria

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has revealed that the enrollment of girls in schools in northern Nigeria has reached a milestone of five million. This significant increase is a result of the ten-year implementation of the Girls Education Project Phase 3 (GEP3) in six states of the region. During the dissemination of findings from

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I developed my visual sense of learning over time – Balikis

Balikis Gbadamosi, a young woman who has demonstrated exceptional academic prowess and unwavering dedication throughout her time at Lagos State University. Graduating with first class honours and being recognised as the best graduating student not only in her department but also in the entire Faculty of Social Sciences. Gbadamosi’s accomplishments are a testament to her

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Five things to know about Zuckerberg’s Twitter-like social site Threads

Mark Zuckerberg recently launched a new app called Instagram Threads, which is poised to take on Twitter. According to screenshots from the App Store listing, Threads will function like Twitter with text-based posts that can be liked, shared and commented on. The app is currently topping the chat as the most downloaded social networking app

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Appropriate policies, governance structures, solutions to Africa’s education challenges – Oloyede

The Registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Prof. Is-haq Oloyede, has identified inadequate funding, limited access to quality education, brain drain, and outdated curricula as some of the challenges and barriers affecting higher education in Africa. He averred that several factors were also responsible for the decline in the quality of higher

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STUDY ABROAD: 10 government scholarships to study in Europe

Europe is a centre of attraction for students of the developing nations wishing to study abroad due to many opportunities available for students, the state-of-the art learning facilities, and even averagely cheaper living expenses in some parts. Most times, however, finance is usually the challenge owing to the high cost of education in Europe. Edugist

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We need more philanthropists to boost education — Anambra govt

Anambra State Government, on Wednesday, sought support from stakeholders and philanthropists to boost the quality of science and technology education in the State. The State Chairman, Post Primary Schools Service Commission (PPSC), Professor Nkechi Ikediugwu, disclosed this at 4th edition and grand finale of Dr Chinedu Umeadi Foundation (DCUF) annual science quiz competition held in

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