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Nigeria LNG Limited Post-Graduate Scholarship Scheme 2017

Nigeria LNG Limited (NLNG) invites applications from qualified candidates for the NLNG Postgraduate Scholarship Scheme for entry into Masters Programmes in the United Kingdom in September 2017. Nigeria LNG Limited Post-Graduate Scholarship Scheme 2017 Criteria For Award Prospective beneficiaries must: Have a provisional admission from select UK institutions to study any of the following disciplines: […]

2017 UTME: 1 million Candidates Registered As JAMB Holds Mock Exams Today

Candidates that registered for the 2017 computer based Unified Tertiary Matriculations Examinations (UTME) would be taking their mock tests today, 8th of April. Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) registrar, Prof Is-haq Oloyede made the announcement at a meeting with ‘internal stakeholders’ in Abuja on Thursday, April 6th. Oloyede said the mock exams which would […]

17 students get MSDF scholarship

SEVENTEEN lucky students from financially challenged homes in the Niger-Delta have benefited from the Morgan Smart Development Foundation (MSDF) scholarship scheme to cover their secondary education. The ceremony which was chaired by Mrs. Ethel Ayemotse Atuegbu, Proprietor of El Marantha Int’l School, Port Harcourt, was attended by principals of the schools from where the 17 […]

We Sleep In Darkness, Attend Classes Without Bathing – University Of Ibadan Students Open Up

Students of the University of Ibadan have revealed that since members of the non academic staff of the university began their strike, they have been living in difficult conditions on campus, as sources of water and electricity have been switched off by the striking staff, The Punch reports. Academic and administrative activities at the university […]

“Expel Students With Less Than 0.5 CGPA” – President Buhari Orders VCs

President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday gave vice chancellors a marching order to expel students with less than 0.5 Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) from next academic session. Such students, he said, are unserious elements that should not be accommodated any longer in higher institutions. The President also cautioned governing councils and managements universities against muzzle-flexing and ego-tripping, […]

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