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EDUCATION : Elizade varsity gets new VC
EDUCATION : Elizade varsity gets new VC

The Board of Trustees of Elizade University (EU), Ilara-Mokin, Ondo State, has approved the appointment of Prof. Olukayode Oladipo Amund as...

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EDUCATION : SuccessBOX gives N2m cash prize to six top scorers in JAMB
EDUCATION : SuccessBOX gives N2m cash prize to six top scorers in JAMB

For their exemplary performance during the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), organised by the Joint Admissions and Ma...

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EDUCATION : Qualitative learning prepares students for 21st century challenges, says expert
EDUCATION : Qualitative learning prepares students for 21st century challenges, says expert

A university teacher, Dr. Seun Ebiesuwa has identified quality education as necessary tool needed to meet the challenges of the 21st centur...

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EDUCATION : Tech-U matriculates new students, appoints professors of practice
EDUCATION : Tech-U matriculates new students, appoints professors of practice

Vice chancellor, Technical University (Tech-U) Ibadan, Prof Ayobami Salami, has announced plans by the institution to appoint professors or...

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EDUCATION : Greensprings students win Conrad Challenge $60,000 scholarship
EDUCATION : Greensprings students win Conrad Challenge $60,000 scholarship

For their dexterity in innovation and entrepreneurship, five students of Greensprings School, Ibeju-Lekki campus, have received a scholarsh...

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EDUCATION : Sanwo-Olu pledges to increase sector’s allocation to 18%
EDUCATION : Sanwo-Olu pledges to increase sector’s allocation to 18%

The All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship candidate in Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has pledged to increase budgetary allocation...

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EDUCATION : Igbinedion varsity hosts 2019 WASOT conference
EDUCATION : Igbinedion varsity hosts 2019 WASOT conference

Igbinedion University, Okada has concluded arrangements to host the three-day West African Society of Toxicology (WASOT) international conf...

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EDUCATION : ‘There must be other funding strategies for varsity education’
EDUCATION : ‘There must be other funding strategies for varsity education’

Prof Olusoga Sofola, a former Acting Vice Chancellor, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye is an eminent scholar with several years of te...

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EDUCATION : Recalibrating varsity education through final year’s unified test
EDUCATION : Recalibrating varsity education through final year’s unified test

However laudable the idea that government should introduce a unified test for all final-year university students, some say such a suggestio...

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EDUCATION : TETFund and politics of sacking, reappointment
EDUCATION : TETFund and politics of sacking, reappointment

To many Nigerians, politics has become a way of life to the extent that fundamental values are sometimes sacrificed to promote and perpetua...

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EDUCATION : Science, technology, key enabler for successful countries, say stakeholders
EDUCATION : Science, technology, key enabler for successful countries, say stakeholders

Founder, board members and partners of Christopher Kolade Foundation (CKF), have pledged continuous support in promoting girl-child... The...

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EDUCATION : Nigerian varsities’ need for internationalisation of staff, student structure
EDUCATION : Nigerian varsities’ need for internationalisation of staff, student structure

In the past, the nation’s educational institutions had a staff mix of international scholars teaching in both secondary and tertiary school...

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EDUCATION : Leadership, bane of Africa’s underdevelopment says don
EDUCATION : Leadership, bane of Africa’s underdevelopment says don

Vice chancellor, Covenant University (CU), Ota, Prof. Aderemi Atayero has identified the absence of strong-willed leadership as the bane of...

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EDUCATION : Examiners reveal how private schools aid exam malpractice
EDUCATION : Examiners reveal how private schools aid exam malpractice

For over two decades, Nigeria’s educational scene has been plagued by examination malpractice. Despite the series of efforts by different e...

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EDUCATION : ASUU-FG crisis and university education’s slow death
EDUCATION : ASUU-FG crisis and university education’s slow death

The chequered history of the relationship between successive Nigerian governments and ASUU is riddled with half-promises, empty promises, a...

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EDUCATION : TedPrime Hub, Kind Foundation partner on empathy, global collaboration
EDUCATION : TedPrime Hub, Kind Foundation partner on empathy, global collaboration

The hybrid educational organisation, TedPrime Hub, has partnered with Empatico, an initiative of the Kind Foundation, to connect primary sc...

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EDUCATION : Government should see private schools as partners, says Edun
EDUCATION : Government should see private schools as partners, says Edun

Nigeria’s educational system has worsened since independence. While growing up, someone with primary six certificate has a good command of ...

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EDUCATION : Varsity launches information technology programme for pupils
EDUCATION : Varsity launches information technology programme for pupils

About 50 female students drawn from Lagos secondary schools recently benefitted from a training programme on information technology organis...

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EDUCATION : Wale Oke promises to make PCU world-class varsity 
EDUCATION : Wale Oke promises to make PCU world-class varsity 

Presiding Bishop of Sword of the Spirit Ministries, Ibadan, Bishop Francis Wale Oke, has promised to make Precious Cornerstone University, ...

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EDUCATION : University contributes 19 bacteria strains to World Genomic Bank
EDUCATION : University contributes 19 bacteria strains to World Genomic Bank

The Director, xInstitute of Molecular Science and Biotechnology (IMSB), University of Ilorin, Kwara State, Prof. Matthew Kolawole, has said...

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