The best city in the world to study 2023
1, London - Student Cities Ranking. London is the capital of the United Kingdom and a truly global city, with nearly 40% of the city’s 9.5 million residents being foreign-born immigrants. With excellent connectivity options between London’s major airports and cities in Africa, Asia and South America, you will always be able to comfortably travel to London from your hometown.
Man Lands in Yaba Court After His Employer Alleged Him of Stealing N40m From Company's Account
A sales manager, Kalapalliwar Parag, was on Tuesday arraigned before a Magistrates’ Court sitting in Yaba, Lagos for allegedly defrauding his employer, GBGL Pharmacy Limited, of N40m. Parag was arraigned by the Lagos State Police Command before Magistrate O. Y. Odufope along with his alleged girlfriend, Blessing Anthony, on three counts of fraudulent conversion, stealing and an attempt to prevent the course of justice.
Two Military Universities In Nigeria
Nigeria, situated in the western part of Africa, is renowned for its commitment to security and defense. In the Federal Republic of Nigeria, the government places great importance on ensuring the safety and stability of the nation. The Nigerian military plays a vital role in combating security challenges and maintaining peace.
Why I Moved my Children out of Nigeria to Study in London- Actress, Sola Sobowale Reveals (Video).
Nollywood veteran actress, Sola Sobowale has decided to disclose the reason why she had to take her kids out of the country to London, in order for them to further their education. She made such disclosure in an interview. The actress who spoke about such issue during an interview with Chudeity few hours ago, revealed that she got married to man that works as a Human Resource Manager, so she knows what it is like when they want to give employment.
Top 10 Study Abroad Programs to Consider This Summer
Studying abroad is an enriching experience that offers students the opportunity to explore new cultures, gain a global perspective, and enhance their academic and personal growth. With summer just around the corner, it's the perfect time to start planning your study abroad adventure. In this blog post, we will explore the top 10 study abroad programs to consider this summer, ensuring you make the most of your international education journey.
Sales Manager Faces Charges for Defrauding Employer of N40m: Kalapalliwar Arraigned in Lagos Court.
Sales manager Kalapalliwar Parag was accused of defrauding his employer, GBGL Pharmacy Limited, of N40 million on Tuesday in a Yaba, Lagos, magistrates' court. The Lagos State Police Command filed three counts of fraudulent conversion, stealing, and attempting to hinder the administration of justice against Parag and his alleged lover, Blessing Anthony.
Bingham University Inducts 47 Medical Doctors
ECWA owned Bingham University has inducted 54 doctors into the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN). The event held recently at the university's Teaching Hospital Chapel. The university's Board of Trustees Chairman, Rev. Stephen Baba Panya, other distinguished guests, parents, and well-wishers were in attendance.
Today's Headlines: Don’t grant Emefiele study leave to flee Nigeria, Governor tells Buhari, No Peace Without Justice, Equity, Fairness –Obasanjo
Don’t grant Emefiele study leave to flee Nigeria, Governor tells Buhari The outgoing governor of Zamfara State, Bello Matawalle, has urged President Muhammadu Buhari not to grant ‘study leave’ to the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Godwin Emefiele, a few days before the inauguration of a new administration.
Today's Headlines: Gov Sule Loses Younger Brother, Tinubu Returns To Nigeria Ahead Inauguration
Gov Sule Loses Younger Brother Governor of Nasarawa State, Abdullahi Sule, has lost Labaran Sule, his younger brother. The governor’s brother reportedly died in the early hours of Saturday. Musa Barau, an aide to the governor, confirmed Sule’s death in a Facebook post.
Today's Headlines: Tinubu Returns From Europe, Obasanjo, Amosun, Daniel, Oyinlola Meet In Abeokuta
Tinubu returns from Europe ahead of 29 May transition Photo Credit: Premium Times The President-elect, Bola Tinubu, has returned to Nigeria ahead of his 29 May swearing-in ceremony after spending 10 days in Europe. Mr Tinubu arrived at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja around 3:40 p.m.
How To Reduce Pollution Due To Plastic Waste In Nigerian Universities
With the increasing population of students and staff on campuses, the amount of plastic waste generated has also increased significantly. This is a major concern as plastic wastes can have negative impacts on human health, wildlife, and the environment. Therefore, finding effective ways of reducing plastic waste pollution in Nigerian universities is of utmost importance.
Abuja Cosmopolitan University and 36 Other Institutions Have Received Approval From The FG.
The Cosmopolitan University in Abuja is one of the 37 new private universities that President Muhammadu Buhari has approved. Following a meeting presided over by Vice President Prof. Adamu Adamu, the Minister of Education revealed this. Yemisi Osinbajo. In response to the new universities' approval, Prof. One of Cosmopolitan University's supporters, Ibrahim Katampe, claimed that the new college aimed to advance knowledge through research that was combined with instruction and active engagement with business and society.
Federal Government Approves 37 New Private Varsities
The Federal Government (FG) has disclosed that it has approved the establishment of 37 New universities nationwide. Adamu Adamu, the Minister of Education, stated this after an extraordinary meeting of the Federal Executive Council (FEC), which was presided by the Vice President of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osinbajo at the State House, Abuja.
Osodeke Re-elected As ASUU National President
Professor Emmanuel Osodeke has been re-elected as the National President of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to pilot the affairs of the union for the next two years. Chris Piwuna, a consultant psychiatrist and associate professor in the College of Medicine, University of Jos, was also re-elected as the Vice President.
Today's Headlines: Sultan declares Sunday as 1st Dhul-Qadah 1444AH; Magashi calls for vibrant Navy
Sultan declares Sunday as 1st Dhul-Qadah 1444AH Photo Credit: Vanguard Newspapers Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar, the Sultan of Sokoto and President General Nigeria Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA), has declared Sunday May 21, as the first day of Dhul-Qadah 1444AH. This is contained in a statement signed by Prof Sambo Junaidu, Chairman, Advisory Committee on Religious Affairs, Sultanate Council of Sokoto, issued on Saturday.
FG Says Northerners Educational Backwardness Is Self-Imposed, Due To Religion
The Federal Government (FG) has stated that the educational backwardness experienced in the North was due to religion. According to dailypost.ng, the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, states this during a public presentation of Core Curriculum Minimum Academic Standards (CCMAS) Book 1 series for Nigerian varsities in Abuja.
UI, UNN, UNILAG Ranked Best Universities In Nigeria As They Shine In Global Varsity Ranking
According to the Centre for World University Rankings, the University of Ibadan, the University of Nigeria, the University of Lagos, and the Ahmadu Bello University are among the top universities in the world. This information was gotten from PUNCH newspaper. The report, which was posted on the international organization's website on Monday, showed that 20,531 universities had been ranked, with 2,000 reaching the global list.
Idahosa lauds Buhari’s appointment of Oba Ewuare II as NOUN Chancellor
According to Vanguard, Dennis Idahosa, a member of Congress from Ovia Federal Constituency, has praised the selection of Omo N'Oba N'Edo Uku Akpolokpolo II, the Oba of Benin, as the next chancellor of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN). The nomination of Oba Ewuare II, the monarch of Benin, as the NOUN's Chancellor, according to Hon.
AAU dismisses 13 staff, demotes others for corruption, misconduct
According to Vangaurd News report, in a decisive move to uphold integrity and accountability, the authorities of the prestigious Ambrose Alli University (AAU) have taken stern action by dismissing 13 staff members and demoting several others due to allegations of corruption and misconduct. The university, known for its commitment to academic excellence, has demonstrated its unwavering stance against unethical practices within its ranks, signaling a clear message that such behaviors will not be tolerated.
UK's Ban On Foreign Students Families Will Affect The Economy - MP, Carol Monaghan
In a recent development, a prominent member of the United Kingdom parliament, Carol Monaghan, has strongly criticized the country's new immigration policy, which includes a ban on international students bringing their families with them from 2024. The decision has sparked heated debates and concerns regarding its potential negative impact on various sectors.