United Kingdom Universities express willingness to provide conditional admission for Nigerian Students

An international educational consultant, who is also the Country Director, TCL Global Nigeria, in person of Mr Tunde Salami, has advised both federal and state levels to provide enough resources to the educational sector to avoid future manpower in the name of brain-drain. He expressed his views during a press conference to herald an Educational … Read more

Governor says education is the main tool to close the gap between wealth and poverty.

The Governor of Lagos State, in person of Babajide Sanwo-Olu Babajide Sanwo-Olu, said education is the best tool to end poverty. The governor said this on Thursday, during the commissioning of 4 Lagos State school infrastructure projects. He said that the his government had completed over 1,097 projects covering 970 schools across the state within … Read more

University of Ilorin Starts 2019/2020 Rain Semester Examination May 4, 2021

– Students are seriously warned not be involved in any form of examination malpractice – Students must present their duly signed, original coloured registration forms (not photocopies) to invigilators. Read the details below: The University of Ilorin starts 2019/2020 Rain Semester Examinations today, Tuesday and will end on May 28. Mr Kassim Babamale, the institution’s … Read more

National Open University of Nigeria visitation panel commences work to probe funds and insecurity

The seven-man presidential visitation panel set up by the Federal Government to look into the affairs of the National Open University of Nigeria has commenced work to investigate the application of funds. During a meeting with the governing council of the institution, the chairman of the panel, Isa Sali, told journalists that they would “Investigate … Read more

Another Strike Looms in Nigeria Universities as SSANU Prepares for Fresh Showdown

The Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) is preparing for another strike across universities in Nigeria. SSANU put the blame of the constant strike on the Presidency, warning workers and various unions will go on another strike soon until the right things are done. The Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu Alike Ịkwọ(AE-FUNAI) chapter of … Read more

Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union Implores Government to Pass Colleges of Education Act

Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union (COEASU) has implored the Federal Government to ensure speedy passage of the Colleges of Education Act before the National Assembly. The union said that passage of the Bill and eventual assent by President Muhammadu Buhari would no doubt usher in a new dawn in the Colleges of Education, especially … Read more

University of Jos closes students’ hostels because of security threats

The Management of the University of Jos has directed the closure of all its students’ hostels over security threats to the school. Mr Abdullahi Abdullahi, in person of Deputy Registrar, Information and Publications of the university disclosed this in a statement sent to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) early on Saturday in Jos, adding … Read more

Yemi Osinbajo condemns the high level of plagiarism in tertiary institutions in Nigeria

Vice-President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo has condemned the high level of plagiarism in tertiary institutions in Nigeria. He said it is nothing but a form of corruption and stealing of intellectual property of others that must be stopped. He said this in Abuja at a public presentation and launching of EagleScan, a homegrown Plagiarism Detection Software, … Read more

Federal Government sets to embark on a national roll-out of accelerated basic education programme

A similar thing is being done for National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE) and the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE). – The programme and curriculum were approved for implementation by the National Council of Education at its 64th meeting in Port Harcourt in 2019. Read the details below: Federal Government of Nigeria announced … Read more