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62 FUT Minna students bag first class – VC

The vice-chancellor of the Federal University of Technology (FUT) Minna, Prof Abdullahi Bala, said that 62 out of 3,741 graduating students will bag first class degrees at its 27th convocation

62 FUT Minna students bag first class - VC

– FUT 27th convocation has been scheduled for February and will coincide with the 35th founder’s day of the institution

– The VC said 3,096 out of those graduating would receive the first degree in their fields of studies, while 426 would bag the Master’s degrees

Sixty-two out of 3,741 students of the Federal University of Technology ( FUT) Minna, will bag first class degrees at its 27th convocation scheduled for February.

The university’s vice-chancellor, Professor Abdullahi Bala, announced this at a news conference in Minna on Thursday, January 25, saying the ceremony would coincide with the 35th Founder’s Day of the institution, NAN reports.

African Entertainment  gathered that Bala said 3,096 of the figure would receive the first degree in their fields of studies, while 426 would bag the Master’s degrees.

According to him, 46 others will be given doctorate degrees while 173 will have the post-graduate diplomas.

Bala said that the graduating students came from the School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology, Environment Technology, Engineering Technology, Entrepreneurship and Management Technology.

Others were Information and Communications Technology, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Science and Technology Education and two affiliate institutions, Federal College of Education Technical Akoka and Kaduna Polytechnic.

He said: “We have done remarkably well despite the well known challenges of funding faced by public higher institutions in Nigeria.”

The vice-chancellor also expressed delight at the university’s international recognition and ranking, saying the institution was now 64th in Africa and 4th in Nigeria.

He added: “Our lecturers have continued to compete and win research grants nationally and internationally, while our students continue to win various prizes.

“Bala said the institution would rededicate itself to relevant researches and community services in keeping with its motto Technology for Service.”

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Having Problems? Here Are The 5 Quick And Easy Tips To Pass WAEC-GCE 2018

We shall be exploring new ways on how you can pass waec gce 2018 with fantastic scores with intensive 3 weeks reading.

By now we want to assume,you have been reading before now even if you haven’t this article is for you.This article is also important for those sitting for jamb.

5.Don,t Be Afraid

Try your best to cancel every form of fears in Your mind:With fear in you,everything you read will be a waste.You must have the belief that you can come out with a fantastic score in your waec-gce.

Let me tell you something “the fear of WAEC is one of the reasons why students fail the exam. You have to remain confident in yourself and ability to pass the exam”

4.Increase you reading time

Now is the time to increase the rate at which you read,Don’t say you have been reading all these while its now time for you to rest.If you have been reading for 4 hours before increase it to 7 hours.

You can split the seven hours by studying text books for 3 hours in the morning and solving questions for the remaining 4 hours In the evening.

Know the period that suits you the most if its late at night,morning or afternoon.I tell you do not slow down on your readings ,You are doing your self a big favor with your sleepless nights.

Who Knows if its this moment what you have been tyrying to understand will finally be understood.You have a lots of time to rest after the exams.

3.Don’t Just read Study past questions-Read with sense

Pick a year for example you can say you want to solve from year 2010-2017,its not too hard for you to do ,try to solve it thrice before the exams day.

Don’t Just solve questions,solve questions relevant to the present syllabus,nothing outside of waec syllabus comes out in waec exams. I tell you WAEC are master repeaters of questions, Solving past questions will open your eyes to noticing some questions that are always repeated.Take note of those Questions as they are likely to be repeated.

2.Time Yourself

Don’t Just solve questions, while solving set a time limit.For Subjects like chemistry,physics and mathematics when solving them you can set half the time limit that will be given to you in the Exam hall.

Lets say you will be given 2 hrs,deduct 1 hour when solving questions before the exams date,so as to improve your speed limit.

Don’t be deceived speed matters in all exams.Im not saying you should rush yourself speedily am just saying be fast so you can cross-check what you have done from the scratch i.e the begining of your works.

1.Don’t Folow the crowd

There is a popular saying even during my days as a student in secondary school,which goes like this “you can not pass waec on your own”.

I tell you that that is a lie from the pits of hell,You don’t need to bribe anyone to pass you just need to be very serious at the dying moments which is “Now”.

Don’t put it in your mind that you have to bribe someone for answers as this will slow down your reading and seriousness level.

Avoid all the online scams telling you to send recharge cards or money in order to get questions they are all frauds.

Conclusion:

It is Our greatest desires you excel in Your Exams,he doesn’t matter how long you have been writing Waec whats important is you have been given another chance.

One more thing never neglect Studying English language and Mathematics, they need a large commitment as your other courses,as you know without a Credit you can’t study any relevant course In the university or other tertiary institutions

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Free Education: Don calls for prosecution of parents who fails to enroll their wards

A Professor of English Department, Bayero University, Kano, Professor Ismaila Tsiga on Thursday called for the prosecution of parents who fails to enroll their wards in the free compulsory basic education.

Tsiga made the call while presenting a paper at a one day workshop on the Phenomenon of youth restiveness and drug abuse organized by Peace Builders Security Concepts with the support of the Katsina State government.

The Professor and a one time Education Commissioner in Katsina State said no state in the country have prosecuted any parents that has failed to send their children to school for the free compulsory basic education as provided by the UBE Act 2004. According to him, “About 10 million children are out of school in Nigeria. 9.5 million are enrolled in Almajiri school.

We can’t bring our children up that way. “That is why we must collectively address issues of Almajiri school. And we have suggested how to do that. We need to reform and upgrade them. Community should upgrade the schools by establishing Arabic schools that will provide certificates to our Almajiri graduates to build their career. “Government should take steps to implement the Universal Basic Education, UBE Act of 2014 which makes provision for free and compulsory primary education. At the moment, the UBE Act was passed in 2004 and 13 years afterwards, no state in Nigeria has fully implemented the UBE Act with regards free and compulsory basic education. Some of us are beneficiaries of the old native Authority system which made it compulsory for every parent to send his children to school and parents who defaulted were prosecuted.

“No state in this country have prosecuted any parents not decide to send the children to school but elsewhere to go and roam about the streets. We have to reconsider this situation. “I’m glad that Katsina State has made a lot of progress in providing education free at basic and secondary education,” the University Don said.

Declaring the occasion open, Governor Aminu Bello Masari of Katsina State stressed the need to change the sociocultural practice among the people while noting that they must change their way of producing children they cannot take care of. “People have to address the issue of producing children they cannot maintain, especially the lower level people. There is the case of six low level civil servants in my office who have a total of 102 children.”

Represented by the Secretary to the Government of the State, SGS, Mustapha Muhammad Inuwa, the Governor continued when he attributed the youth restiveness and other vices to parents who fail to have limited numbers of children they can give proper upbringing. “No society is crime free, but can only be minimal crime free. Our doors are open to groups willing to bring peace in the state,” Governor Masari said. Earlier, in his welcome address, the Chairman, Peace Builders and Security Concepts, Malam Wada Maida said the society have to do something urgently to stem the tide of youth restiveness or risk being left behind in a world that is fast developing technologically.

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Kashim Ibrahim College of Education gets new provost

Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima​,​ has approved the appointment of Alhaji Abba Mala as the new Provost of the Kashim Ibrahim College of Education, Maiduguri.

Until his new appointment, Abba Mala was the Deputy Provost of the College.

Shettima has also approved the appointment of Alhaji Abdallah Dala Hassan as the new Deputy Provost of the Kashim Ibrahim College of Education.

He was, until now, the Dean, School of Art and Sciences of the College.

Similarly, the Governor has approved the appointment of Engineer Iya Kaumi as the new General Manager, Borno State Agricultural Mechanization Authority (BOSAMA).

Until her new appointment, Engr. Iya Kaumi was the Agency’s Head of Mechanical Section.

He is Dr. Mustapha Muhammad Ali, who until now, was Chief Lecturer at the Kashim Ibrahim College of Education, Maiduguri.

The former Executive Secretary of the Pilgrims Welfare Board. Alhaji Aja Bukar has been re-assigned to the Borno State Local Government Pension Board as the new Executive Secretary.

All the appointment are effective from Monday, 20th November, 2017.

Meanwhile, Governor Shettima has directed the Secretary to the Borno State Government, Alhaji Usman Jidda Shuwa to immediately put in motion the administrative machinery for the complete re-organization of the Borno State Pilgrims Welfare Board.

The aim is to rejuvenate the Board and re-align its operational activities for effective service delivery.

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Jamb says no cut off mark has been announced

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has debunked the news making the rounds by some persons, that cut-off marks for placements into tertiary institutions for 2017 academic year, contrary to speculation by some Nigerians.
The Head, Media and Information, JAMB, Dr Fabian Benjamin, made the clarification in a statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos on Tuesday.
He said that the policy committee meeting responsible for the determination of cut-off marks had not met.
According to him, it is in the best interest of candidates and other critical stakeholders to jettison cut-off marks for the various courses that are currently being paraded.
`”We want to appeal to all candidates to jettison such speculations and engage themselves in more meaningful ventures that would add value to their future,’’ he said.
Also Read: PALEC AWARD AND SLC 2.0 OFFICIAL NOMINATION FORM

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Oduduwa University Admission Screening 2017: Eligibility And Registration Details

The management of Oduduwa University invites application from suitably qualified candidates for admission into its undergraduate regular programme in the 2017/2018 academe session.
For details on available programmes, CLICK HERE
Undergraduate Admission Requirements
ORDINARY LEVEL
The minimum entry requirement for undergraduate programmes at Oduduwa University is credit level passes in 5 subjects at the O’Level examinations of IJMB/WAEC/NECO/NABTEB/IJMB. The subjects must include English Language, Mathematics and one relevant subject obtained at not more than two sittings. There are other requirements peculiar to some certain colleges and departments.
Prospective students must attain the UME cut off mark and IJMB exams.
Contact the Admissions officer at [email protected] for further information concerning your course of interest and admission requirement.
There are other screening tests that are required for certain programmes. Information is available on request.
Must Read : Crescent University 2017/2017 UTME Admission Screening Form Out
DIRECT ENTRY

2 or 3 A’ Level Credit Passes are required.
OND, HND, NCE or other Certificates from a recognized institution are accepted for Direct Entry.
How to Apply
-Prospective student must pay the application fee of Five thousand naira (=N=5,000).
-The application fee must be paid into the Oduduwa University form account at any branch of First Bank PLC:
-First Bank A/C: 2013854487
-Please be informed that, you need your teller for the application fee to supply the required info that would be needed to process your admission.
NOTE: YOU ARE TO PRINT OUT THE FILLED FORM AND THE CONFIRMATION PAGE.
To complete your application form online, proceed to
http://www.oduduwauniversity.edu.ng/online_application.php

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Crescent University 2017/2017 UTME Admission Screening Form Out

This is to inform the general public especially candidates interested in the Crescent University, Abeokuta (CUAB) admission that the Post UTME / admission screening exercise or the 2017/2018 academic session is on.
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AVAILABLE UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES.
Undergraduate Programmes and their respective duration
S/N Programmes    Duration (years)
1.    Computer Science 5
2.    Computer Science/Economics    5
3.    Computer Science/Statistics    5
4.    Information Technology 5
5.    Accounting 4
6.    Banking and Finance 4
7.    Business Administration 4
8.    Economics with Operation Research 4
9.    Political Science and International Relations    4
10. Mass Communication 4
11. Islamic Studies    4
12. Fisheries and Aquaculture    5
13. Microbiology    4
14. Biochemistry    4
15. Chemistry    4
16. Mathematics    4
17. Physics    4
18. Property and Commercial Law    5
19. Jurisprudence and International Law    5
20. Islamic Law    5
21. Architecture    4
22. Estate Management 5
23. Environmental and Water Resources 5
24. Urban and Regional Planning 5
GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS.

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Credits at SSCE, GCE, NECO or approved equivalent in at least 5 subjects which must include English Language and Mathematics and any other three subjects as may be specified by each Department. Click here to View Departmental Requirements
The 5 credits should be obtained in not more than two sittings and must have been obtained within the last 5 years.
Candidates awaiting results may apply.
All applicants will be required to go through Crescent University’s screening exercise without which a candidate will not be offered admission into the University.
Interested candidates who have applied to the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) for admission and wish to change their first choice to Crescent University are required to: Apply for change of institution through JAMB.
Obtain the CRESCENT UNIVERSITY, ABEOKUTA application form.
Participate in the screening exercise.
All applicants are required to obtain JAMB forms as well as Crescent University application Form  before they can qualify for the Screening exercise Admission through JAMB will be offered to candidates who have taken Crescent University as their choice and have acceptable score in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).
In addition, such candidates will be required to obtain the University’s application Form and pass the oral interview that shall be conducted as a prerequisite for admission.
HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidate are expected to obtain UTME form for that year and score minimum of 180 marks.
Obtain form from the university upon payment of seven thousand naira (=N=7,000.00) through bank draft addressed to Crescent University, Abeokuta.
The forms are obtainable at the following outlets:
Online – Visit our e-Portal Page
Bola Ajibola & Co., 1 Murphy Atsepoyi Close, Plot 4 Block U, Ramat Crescent Ogudu GRA, Ojota Lagos.
Islamic Mission for Africa, No 1-15 IMA Avenue, Isale Apata off Moshood Abiola Way, Abeokuta.
All branches of Guaranty Trust Bank Plc.
The complete application form with 12 passport photo and 3 photocopies of original credentials should be returned to the admissions office of crescent university, Abeokuta.
The candidate will then be invited for screening exercise after payment of one thousand naira (=N=1,000.00) screening fee.
The candidates who succeed from the screening exercise will be offered admission, accept the offer, come for the verification of certificates and registration exercise when the school resume for 1st semester usually in September of every year.

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Afe Babalola University 2017/2018 Postgraduate Admission Form On Sale

Postgraduate Diploma in Economics
Postgraduate Diploma in Management
Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting
Postgraduate Diploma in Banking & Finance
Postgraduate Diploma in Conflict, Peace and Strategic Studies
Postgraduate Diploma in Mass Communication
Postgraduate Diploma in International Relations and Diplomacy
Postgraduate Diploma in Intelligence & Security Studies
Master (M.Sc.)
Master of Science in Economics
Master of Science in Management
Master in Business Administration (MBA) – Professional
    Master of Science in Accounting
Master of Science in Banking & Finance
Master of Science in Finance
Master of Science in Conflict, Peace and Strategic Studies
    Master of Science in Political Science
Master of Science in Human Resource Management
    Master in Industrial and Labour Relations (MILR) – Professional
    Master of Science in Mass Communication
Master of Science in International Relations and Diplomacy
    Master in International Relations and Diplomacy (MIRD) – Professional
    Master of Science in Intelligence & Security Studies

(3)       COLLEGE OF SCIENCES
Postgraduate Diploma (PGD)
Postgraduate Diploma in Biochemistry
Postgraduate Diploma in Computer Science
Postgraduate Diploma in Microbiology
Postgraduate Diploma in Industrial Chemistry
Postgraduate Diploma in Physics with Electronics
Postgraduate Diploma in Geology
Postgraduate Diploma in Agricultural Economics
Master (M.Sc.)
Master of Science in Microbiology
Master of Science in Biology
Master of Science in Biochemistry
Master of Science in Computer Science
Master of Science in Industrial Chemistry
Master of Science in Physics with Electronics
Master of Science in Geology
Master of Science in Agricultural Economics
(4)       COLLEGE OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES
Master (M.Sc.)
Master of Science in Human Anatomy
Master of Science in Physiology
Master of Science in Human Nutrition
(5)       COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
Postgraduate Diploma (PGD)
Postgraduate Diploma in Electrical and Electronics Engineering
    Postgraduate Diploma in Chemical Engineering
Postgraduate Diploma in Petroleum Engineering
Postgraduate Diploma in Civil Engineering
Postgraduate Diploma in Mechanical Engineering
Master (M.Eng.)
Master of Engineering in Electrical and Electronics Engineering
    Master of Engineering in Computer Engineering
Master of Engineering in Chemical Engineering
Master of Engineering in Petroleum Engineering
Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering
Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering
Master of Engineering in Mechatronics Engineering
ABUAD POSTGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS.

(A) Postgraduate Diploma Programmes
The criteria for admission into the PGD programmes are stated below:
All candidates must have minimum of five credit passes including English, Mathematics and three other relevant subjects to proposed course of study at ‘O’ Level (WAEC, NECO, GCE, NABTEB and IGCSE).
Candidates with Bachelor’s degree from any NUC approved University must obtain a minimum of 3rd Class degree in the relevant discipline.
Holders of HND in relevant programmes from approved Institutions with a minimum of Lower Credit may also be considered for admission.
(B) Master’s Degree Programmes
Master of Laws (LL.M)
The criteria for admission into the LL.M programme are as follows:
a) A Bachelor of Laws degree from an approved university with a minimum of Second Class Honours Lower Division.
b) A minimum of five (5) credit passes, including English Language and Literature in English, at not more than two        (2) sittings in SSC/GCE Ordinary Level or its equivalent.
c) A minimum of two positive references as to character and learning must be submitted by the applicant. At least           one of the references must be obtained from the applicant’s former undergraduate law lecturer.
The College of Law Postgraduate Committee may, in addition, conduct a qualifying examination for applicants for the purpose of admission.
Master of Science (M.Sc)

The criteria for admission into the Master’s Programme (M.Sc.) are as stated bellow:
All candidates must have minimum of five credit passes including English, Mathematics and three relevant subjects to proposed course of study at ‘O’ Level (WAEC, NECO, GCE, NABTEB and IGCSE).
Professional Master’s Degree Programme
Candidates for professional Master’s degree programme must obtain a minimum of Second Class Lower Division in the relevant discipline of Afe Babalola University or equivalent of any other University approved by the National Universities Commission (NUC).
Candidates with university degree in Third Class or HND plus a university PGD at credit level pass, (i.e., CGPA of 3.0/5.0) or 50% on weighted percentage average may be considered for admission into professional Master’s degree programmes.
    All candidates must demonstrate adequate intellectual capacity, maturity and effective decision making and problem solving potentials.
Academic Master’s Degree Programme

Candidates with Bachelor’s degrees from the relevant discipline of Afe Babalola University or equivalent of any other University approved by the National Universities Commission (NUC) must obtain a minimum of second class lower division with a CGPA of 2.5/5.0 for an academic programme.
Candidates with at least a third class degree or HND and university PGD in the relevant discipline of AfeBabalola University or equivalent of any other University approved by the National Universities Commission (NUC) with CGPA of 3.0/5.0 may be considered for admission into academic Master’s degree programmes.
DURATION OF ABUAD POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMME.
Postgraduate Diploma Programmes
2 Semesters – Full Time
3 Semesters – Part Time
Master of Science Programmes
3 Semesters – Full Time
4 Semesters – Part Time
Master of Business Administration
4 Semesters – Full Time
6 Semesters – Part Time
HOW TO APPLY:
ONLINE APPLICATION FOR POSTGRADUATE

HOW TO APPLY:
ONLINE APPLICATION FOR POSTGRADUATE
Click on https://admissions.abuad.edu.ng/ to fill the online form and to make online payment
OR
     Purchase form directly after having made payment online or to the designated accounts from any of the designated selling centres
PURCHASE OF APPLICATION FORMS
Postgraduate Application form is N10, 500 and to be paid into the Postgraduate School Account Number.
POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL ACCOUNT (N10,500)
·         Wema Bank Plc        0122203662
·         Union Bank Plc        0050182276
·         UBA Plc                        1020298532
·         Sterling Bank Plc      0064790070
DESIGNATED SELLING POINTS FOR  POSTGRADUATE FORM
    MAIN CAMPUS: AFE BABALOLA UNIVERSITY [ABUAD], ADO-EKITI, KM 8.5, AFE BABALOLA WAY, ADO-EKITI, EKITI STATE.
IBADAN OFFICE, EMMANUEL CHAMBERS: 80, FAJUYI ROAD EKOTEDO, IBADAN.
ABUJA OFFICE: EMMANUEL HOUSE, 24, MADEIRA STREET, IMANI ESTATE, MAITAMA, ABUJA.
LAGOS OFFICE: EMMANUEL HOUSE, PLOT 1, BLOCK 4, CMD/JUBILEE ROAD, MAGODO GRA, LAGOS.
PORT-HARCOURT OFFICE: EMMANUEL CHAMBERS, 7, ABA ROAD, LEVENTIS BUS STOP, PORT-HARCOURT.
WARRI:MONTESSORI INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, 66, AIRPORT ROAD, OPPOSITE DELTA CAREER COLLEGE, WARRI.

NOTE: That Bank Tellers are to be presented at the designated selling centers for collection of Application Forms. Application Forms will also be available on the day of screening at the Screening Centre.
INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS
International Applicants are required to forward their academic transcripts to the following email addresses;
    reg _christieoluborode @abuad .edu.ng
[email protected]
admission @abuad .edu.ng
FOR FURTHER ENQUIRIES
Contact:
    Visit http://abuad.edu.ng or send email to admission @abuad .edu.ng  OR
Send a letter to the Office of the Registrar, Afe Babalola University [ABUAD], Ado-Ekiti. OR
Call the following numbers:  08127772121, 08034402771, 07039647532, 08038521163, and 08033509

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10 Things To Do After You Get Your Call-Up Letter

We learnt that Call Up letter will be out tomorrow. And quickly to avoid unnecessary mistakes, We would want to give you some tips on how to package yourself to the Orientation camp so that you don’t get confused all the time.
So by this time tomorrow, you would probably have been deployed and you would have known where you are going to. To give you a head start and you don’t keep asking what next.
Here are 10 Things to Do after You Get Your Call-Up Letter
1.   All You Need to Print your call up letter is the email you used in Registering at the NYSC portal and your Password. (I doubt if NYSC will send your call-up to your email).
2.   Print the Original copy, (twice) make 5 photocopies as you would need to submit some duplicates at camp. (MAKE Photocopies of All your documents because it’s expensive in camps)
3.   Rearrange your documents. What you need to take with you are : CALLUP LETTER, GREEN CARD,
STATEMENT OF RESULT OR ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE, PASSPORT, ID CARD and others
NUMBER, please make sure your statement of result carries your school stamp and not a fake one.
4.   Put all these documents in a water resistant file and seal properly. DO NOT LAMINATE YOUR
GREEN CARD OR CALLUP LETTER.
5.   Pack few stuffs please. Don’t give yourself unnecessary stress.  Basic things to pack should be YOUR WHITES,WHITE SHORT,WHITE TENNIS SHOES, TOUCH,TORCHLIGHT, MOSQUITO NET,ONE
OR TWO CASUAL WEARS, SOAP, ANTI-MALARIA DRUGS, BED SPREAD, DETERGENT, CREAM, POWER BANK, CASH AND ATM CARD, S

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2017 EDUCATIONUSA OFP FOR UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE NIGERIAN STUDENTS


Applications are invited for the EducationUSA Opportunity Funds Program (OFP) which is awarded to Nigerians who wants to obtain an Undergraduate or Postgraduate degree at any USA Institution.

Value of Program: OFP finances the cost of the application process, including registration fees for required standardized examinations and provides free membership to the U.S. EducationUSA Advising Center for its participants.

Eligible Countries: Nigeria

Eligibility: To be eligible for this scholarship program, applicants must:

  • Be Nigerians
  • be able to demonstrate financial needs.
  • be involved in leadership roles.
  • have a Strong academic record/ transcript.

Also Apply: High Achievers Undergradaute & Postgraduate Scholarships At Coventry University, UK

How to Apply: Interested applicants are advised to send an email to [email protected]  or

[email protected] requesting an electronic undergraduate or graduate application form.

Then, fill and send relevant documents listed in the Official Website (link below) to [email protected] or

[email protected]
Application Deadline: The application deadline is 16th June 2017.

Then, fill and send relevant documents listed in the Official Website (link below) to [email protected] or

[email protected]

Application Deadline: The application deadline is 16th June 2017.

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