Coventry University is set to host a series of its popular open days for prospective students across Nigeria in March. The institution is holding the events following another standout year of awards and recognition, which further cemented its position as a leading modern university and confirmed the excellence of teaching, experience and employment prospects offered…
‘Why schools should deepen focus on experiential learning’
The need for schools to focus attention on developing students’ knowledge, skills, and ensure they get values from experiences outside a traditional classroom setting has been stressed.
Bayelsa State medical varsity takes off, matriculates 208 students
The Bayelsa State Medical University (BMU) has taken off with the matriculation of 208 students for nine academic programmes.
2020 UTME registration hitch-free, say candidates
With two weeks into the registration exercise for 2020 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) nationwide, candidates have affirmed that the conduct has so far been seamless and stress free.
Passion, innate ability a must, The Guardian editor, tells MTU students
Acting Editor, The Guardian Newspaper Limited, Dr. Paul Onomuakpokpo, has stressed that passion, innate ability and desire are the basic qualities that will launch young writers on a higher pedestal...
CPE unveils advocacy campaign to transform nation’s education sector
To engender reforms in the nation’s educational segment and improve the quality of its products, a non-governmental organisation, Concerned Parents and Educators Initiative ...
WAEC defends N250,000 fine for exam malpractice
Despite the penalty measures put in place by the West African Examination Council (WAEC) to curb examination malpractice in the country, more schools are still engaging in the act.
Nigerian student’s mascot design tops in 2020 World School Games
AA student of Greensprings School, Lagos, Comfort Samuel, has been announced as the winner of the World School Games 2020 Mascot Design Competition, Samuel defeated a close rival, a South Korean student to win the prize.
Foundation employs creative ways of educating pupils on SDGs
Worried that thousands of public schools are facing dire challenges with combating open defecation and poor hygiene amongst pupils, the Abdul-Lateef and Sanni Foundation ...