Why undergraduates are not studying their preferred courses
The trend of having qualified applicants being denied admission to study the courses of their choice has become very common in the country’s institutions of higher learning.
Three undergraduates win N3m business idea contest prize in Cross River
Three undergraduates from the Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO), Obafemi Awolowo University Ile Ife (OAU) and Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA) have won N3m
Undergraduates appraise effectiveness of sexual harassment prohibition bill
Following the BBC sex-for-grades documentary and its fad on social media, the National Assembly has revisited the sexual harassment prohibition bill which was first proposed under former Senate President, Bukola Saraki but did not gain popular support.
Undergraduates fault no cooking policy in private varsities
The policy of no cooking in some private institutions in the country is currently causing ripples among students who appealed to authorities concerned to have a rethink. Undergraduates in private universities are threatened with suspension if caught cooking in their hostels or with any cooking utensils.
UNILAG alumni train undergraduates on writing business plan
Amidst high unemployment rate in the country, old students of University of Lagos (UNILAG) have organised a two-day programme designed to train undergraduates on how to develop and write business plan.
Uniform examination for undergraduates?
A suggestion that there should be a uniform examination for final year university students nationwide to address fallen standards does not deserve any further debate because it is flashy. No doubt, the need for the enhancement of the capability of universities in Nigeria to produce good quality graduates has been widely acknowledged among the various…