• UNIBEN Student Shot Dead On Campus

    UNIBEN Student Shot Dead On Campus

    Gbanedio Ejyroghene, a 300-lev

  • A Nigerian's Comparison On Social Interactions Between U.K. And U.S.

    A Nigerian's Comparison On Social Interactions Between U.K. And U.S.

    Benita Fatusin, a British-Nige

  • Nigerian FEU Student Named Outstanding International Student In The Philippines

    Nigerian FEU Student Named Outstanding International Student In The Philippines

    A Nigerian Named Cynthia Oluch

  • Nigerian Students Advised To Be Peacemakers

    Nigerian Students Advised To Be Peacemakers

    At a peace summit organised by

  • Ten Nigerian Students To Be Sponsored For Filmmaking Training In U.S.

    Ten Nigerian Students To Be Sponsored For Filmmaking Training In U.S.

    Under the sponsorship of the A

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Gbanedio Ejyroghene, a 300-level student of the Department of Chemistry, University of Benin, was gruesomely murdered by unknown gunmen on Friday 24th Oct.

Benita Fatusin, a British-Nigerian student, who has had the privilege of schooling also in America wrote on her experience and the differences she has seen between England and America, and their education systems.

A Nigerian Named Cynthia Oluchi Nworgu, a nursing student of Far Eastern University (FEU), has been named one of the three Outstanding International Students by Philippine International Friendship and Understanding Association, Inc. (PIFUA).

At a peace summit organised by NANS, National Association of Nigerian Students, the provost, Federal College of Education, Yola, Prof. Abdul-Mumin Sa'ad, admonished Nigerian students.

Under the sponsorship of the Africa International Film Festival, AFRIFF, ten Nigerian students would be sponsored on an all-expense paid trip to the United States of America.

Nigeria will quickly overtake India to grow to be the UK’s second most significant supply of global postgraduate students, in accordance to research compiled by the British Council.

Forecasting by the organisation suggests that the United kingdom will host 241,000 postgraduate global college students by 2024, permitting it to stay 1 of the leading two locations for studying a postgrad abroad – 2nd only to the US. 

But researchers warn the United kingdom is as well dependent on China for its international numbers, and that it is shedding out on Indian college students. Demographic alterations imply India’s appetite for higher training is expanding speedily and delivering a supply of global postgrad college students that the US is exploiting.

Whilst in the United kingdom, China accounts for 44% of growth in the global postgraduate industry, this figure stands at 33% in the US. Far more than half (54%) of the US’ international students arrive from India – which, by 2024, will be residence to the largest tertiary-aged population, numbering in excess of 119 million.

“No single industry should drive the development and composition of a country’s incoming postgraduate entire body”, mentioned Zainab Malik, director of research for British Council schooling intelligence. “As such, it is essential for institutions and policy-makers to carry on to appeal to college students from expanding economies in addition to China and India, like Nigeria, Indonesia, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and Vietnam.” 

The review forecasts that the yearly growth rate of the UK’s global postgraduate numbers will dip in excess of the next 10 years, falling 4.1% during the time period 2007-twelve to three.five% between 2013-24. This signifies the UK’s international postgraduate market will develop far more slowly than the US, Canada and Australia.

The predictions for the next decade had been created by researchers who examined the demographic and financial information for 23 origin countries and 6 destination countries, as properly as examining historical trends. The research did not appear at the influence of specific political elements this kind of as visa arrangements.

Globacom has made learning easier for primary and secondary school students in the country as it launches a unique educational app called Glo Mobile Tutor.

Thousands of law students are currently in anguish, as the Nigerian Law School recently released the poor results of 2013/2014 August bar examinations.

Recently, the Nigerian government announced to Nigerians that an agreement has been reached between the Boko Haram and the government of Nigeria, and that the girls they abducted from Chibok secondary school would be released.

Muslim students of the University of Lagos have developed an application that reveals locations and contacts of health centers and general hospitals in Lagos, as a means to tackle health challenges.

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