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Kwararafa University Needs N500 Million to Expand


The Vice- Chancellor of Kwararafa University, Wukari in Taraba State, Professor Yakubu Ochefu, has said the university needs N500 million to provide more infrastructure and start new academic programmes. He said at the maiden convocation of the university, Saturday that the the money was for the development of facilities at …

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BFI to Address Girl-Child Challenges in Akwa Ibom


  The Better Future Initiative (BFI) will Friday host girls across Akwa Ibom state at a one-day workshop to address challenges facing them in modern times. The executive director of the NGO, Ms Anne Udoh, disclosed this via a statement today. The workshop tagged “Womentorship,” according to the statement, will …

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Apply Now! Masters And PhD Scholarships At South Korea Universities.


The Dept. of Biomedical Gerontology, Graduate School, Hallym University, South Korea invites applications from international students who wants to pursue a Masters or Doctorate degree program at the Institution. This scholarship program covers Settlement Allowance: 200,000 KRW, Monthly Allowance: 900,000 KRW including Air fare allowance, Tuition fees allowance and so …

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NYSC 2017 Batch A Mobilization Time-table Is Out!


The management of the National Youth Service Corps has released the mobilization timetable for 2017 batch A prospective Corps members. Below are the details; 1. Briefing/Sensitization of Final year students/prospective corps Members: 4th – 16th April 2017 2. Display of list of all approved programs for institutions on NYSC portal …

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NANS Uncovers Lotted Funds By Varsity Officials


Through a statement signed by its National President, Comrade Chinonso Obasi, the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has uncovered multi-million Naira assets directly and indirectly acquired by some Vice Chancellors; their proxies, family members, and siblings using looted funds meant for the development their respective universities According to Obasi, …

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Borno Varsity Commence Academic Activities with 2,500

AAUA Students during the protest on saturday.

The Borno State government has revealed that the state university will begin academic activities with about 2,500 students this year. The commissioner for higher education, Mallam Ahmad Jaha, disclosed this while speaking with newsmen in Maiduguri. Jaha added that the government was in the process of appointing a vice chancellor …

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