Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko has released its first admission batch for the 2020/2021 academic session.The first batch has been released both on JAMB caps and school portals.Candidates who made the institution their first preferred choice of institution, and partook in the POST-UTME screening exercise held by the school, and were successful have been offered admission.
I Knew It Was Love When He Sold His Only Car To Pay My 2nd Year School Fees In The University - Lady
It is not not a new thing that some people are not the ones responsible for paying their school fees.Some people are sponsored by their parents, some by their spouse while some are sponsored by any of their relatives.Going to a university is not an easy thing at all, you will waste money, time, energy and resources.
Choosing the best universities in Nigeria is fraught with headaches, scrutiny, and other factors to consider when conducting research.Here are the top 15 best universities in Nigeria for the year 2021; please note that this is not a daily list.Unlike primary and secondary schools, where the best are normally selected based on their attractiveness and high school fees, higher education is a completely different story, and we will discuss requirements for selecting the best university in Nigeria or anywhere else in the world below.
Private universities in Nigeria have been ranked as some of the best universities in the country since they provide a more accommodative standard of learning than other governmental tertiary institutions.In this article, I'll be unveiling the top 5 best universities in Nigeria according to 4icu.
Education is the most viable industry of the people of Ekiti State, hence the people are in the fore front of educational development in Nigeria.The complete list of higher institutions in Ekiti State Nigeria are divided into public and private category, the public includes, Federal University, Oye-Ekiti, Ekiti State University, College of Education Ikere-Ekiti, Federal Polytechnic, Ado Ekiti while private includes; Afe Babalola University and Ajayi polytechnic.
An undergraduate student identified as Fabian who hawks rat poison to make a living has been given a lifeline by a good Samaritan who feels he deserves better.
...as staff eulogizes VC for activating admission qouta for biological children, FUOYE qualifies for high institutions football league From Kehinde Adewole Students of the Federal University Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE), who became indigent students by either sudden death of their parents or guardians and some other factors such as poverty or health issues arising from accidents, health hazards among others, have received insurance packages in form of school fees to enable them complete their education.
Woli Arole was born in February 22, 1990.He is a Nigerian comedian,actor and on-air personality.Professionally he is called Arole, Woli Arole.Early life and education Woli Arole was born in the city of ibadan, Nigeria.He had his primary education in Olopade Agoro Apata, Ibadan, and his secondary school education was at Government College, Ibadan.
Today was the impartation service at the 2021 Easter Youth Alive Convention at Winners Chapel, and God's servant, Bishop David Oyedepo taught a powerful message on Receiving The Spirit Of Servanthood.
A good Samaritan has stirred a lot of reactions online after he promised to help a man's son till he graduates from university.This kind gesture has made many people praise him.The fact is that many people are struggling and striving hard to survive and make ends meet in the country.
Another Protest In US As Police Kills Black Man.Protesters are out on the US streets over the killing of another black man by the police in the Midwestern City of Minneapolis.The father of the latest police shooting victim said he can't accept that his son's killing was a mistake.
Norway Students who are willing to withstand exceptionally harsh winters and one of the highest cost of living in the world might consider earning their degrees in Norway.
Some undisclosed student from the University of Calabar, Cross River State have cried out after the new Vice-Chancellor, Florence Obi, asked final-year students in some selected departments to step down to 200-level due to non-accreditation of their courses by the National Universities Commission.Mr Florence Obi, the Vice Chancellor of the University of Calabar was called an inconsiderate and inhumane man after the students alleged that they have spent millions of naira reading the courses.
Earning a university degree is very important in a number of ways that I cannot exhaust on this article. However, it is not a guarantee for success. With a known career path, right skill, talent, hard work, discipline, and goal oriented mindset, it is quite possible to achieve success. A combination of both education and marketable skills could also be the key. Below is a list of highly successful celebrities(both home and abroad) that didn't attain a university degree 1. Mercy Johnson Mercy Johnson Okojie is
Mixed Reaction As Final Year Students Of The University Of Calabar Were Asked To Return To 200 Level
Graduating from the University is the dream of any student, not only can it bring up feelings of excitement, pride, and anticipation, but also those of loss, discouragement, and fear.But in the case of these students of the Universe of Calabar is another ball game.
5.Afe Babalola University Afe Babalola University ( ABUAD ) is a private university located in Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State , Nigeria.It was founded by a lawyer and philanthropist, Afe Babalola in 2009.
Enyinna Nwigwe is a Nigerian actor and producer.He was born on the 18th of September 1982, in Ngor okpala In imo state.Graduated from the University of Calabar in Nigeria with a degree in economics.
Schooling can be very interesting and at the same time stressful and filled with different experiences as we graduate from one level to another.
Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko was founded as Obafemi Awolowo University in March 1982 by the government of the old Ondo State, headed by the late Chief Adekunle Ajasin.
Youth restiveness is the unwillingness of the youths to be controlled because they are not satisfied with the activities of those in leadership.These are the pains caused by the youth to the society.