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How part-time learning scheme is reinventing knowledge base

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From weekend studies at satellite campuses to the upgraded online blended mode, Nigerians have been offered great opportunities for capacity building and up-skill, through partnerships with top-notch universities in the country.

The online learning approach, according to a provider of e-learning platforms, EduTech, has now replaced the erstwhile weekend learning structure with an online blended mode that is accessible to students remotely through an Internet connection.

Already, the company said that after an eventful five years of providing e-learning platforms, it recorded the first batch of graduates in degree programmes, with 37 taking part in the 44th convocation of Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) having bagged Bachelor of Science in Accounting.

General Manager, EduTech, Femi Shonubi said: “This graduation ceremony is a validation of e-learning platform’s ability to provide students with a robust system leading to the award of a degree and we are grateful to our partners – the OAU Management, as well as the students, for trusting our solution”.

“Our firm is pleased to contribute its quota to nation building by providing seamless platforms for students to conveniently take part in course work from their homes or offices and earn a full degree.

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