QS, the global higher education ratings index, has given Coventry University a range of awards that include being rated 5/5 in three of the QS Stars assessment categories.
How tertiary institutions struggle despite TETFund
The Fund administers the tax imposed by the Act and disburses the amount to tertiary educational institutions at Federal and State levels. It also monitors the projects executed with the funds allocated to the beneficiaries.
Ambode pledges 6000-capacity hostel for LASU students
In his address, governor Ambode who lauded the peaceful atmosphere on campus assured that his administration would continue to invest in the institution and upgrade its status to what is obtainable in the world.
‘Stringent sanctions will end sexual harassment in schools’
Though the IBB varsity incident had since been confirmed by the university management, investigation is currently ongoing by a committee set up by the institution to ascertain the true position of things.
Universities must bridge innovation skill gap, says former VC Michael Faborode
Former vice chancellor of the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) Prof Michael Faborode has posited that for developing nations to become competitive in the global economy, they must harness and utilize science and technological innovations...
CBN financial education curriculum gets Federal Government’s nod
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) financial education curriculum which is aimed at equipping students of primary and secondary schools with the basic financial knowledge especially in prudent fund management has been approved by the Federal Government.
Don wins award over research paper
For his well-researched paper, a lecturer at the Landmark University (LMU), Omu Aran, Kwara state, Dr Olufemi Adebesin has been honoured in the Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics under the Elsevier platform.
Experts implore students to maximise IT knowledge
The speakers, in their remarks, affirmed that emergence of IT has brought significant improvement in the way things are done; adding that deep technological knowledge by individuals will accelerate national and individual growth.
Author demands additional payment for 1.3m copies in JAMB’s possession, faults publisher’s claims
Mohammed has accused the Cassava Republic Press and JAMB of conniving to violate his copyrights. His book was in 2014 accepted by JAMB as the official handbook for Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) candidates in the Use of English.
Uneasy calm at Queens College over pupils’ deaths
Mrs. Cynthia Adama has not slept in almost five days as her gaze remained fixated on her 12-year-old daughter, who was admitted at the Child Emergency Unit of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) Idi-Araba.
Author accuses JAMB, publisher of conspiracy
Thirty-four-year-old author of Last Days at Forcados High School, Dr. Ayobami Hanif Mohammed, has accused the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) and the Cassava Republic Press of conspiring to violate his copyrights.