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Education

Enugu State University strips three illiterate graduates of their certificates

 

Written by aakinfe
Friday, 25 October 2013 07:12

Enugu State University strips three illiterate graduates of their certificates

THREE graduates from the Enugu State University of Science and Technology (Esut) have had their certificates withdrawn after they were found to lack the academic competence and intelligence required of them.

   

SFX Open Day for enrolment 2014

 

Written by Chioma Nwaubani
Thursday, 17 October 2013 09:00

SFX Open Day for enrolment 2014

At SFX we offer a large range of A levels along with Level 3 Diploma courses. Come and visit us at our Open Day.

   

Nigeria's first-ever open heart surgery successfully carried out at UCH in Ibadan

 

Written by aakinfe
Wednesday, 16 October 2013 09:27

Nigeria's first-ever open heart surgery successfully carried out at UCH in Ibadan

DOCTORS at the University College Hospital (UCH) in Ibadan have carried out Nigeria's first ever open heart surgery in what doctors are describing as a new beginning in healthcare that should lead to over 30 operations over the next six months.

   

10 things Nigeria has been through over the last 12 months

 

Written by aakinfe
Tuesday, 01 October 2013 12:57

10 things Nigeria has been through over the last 12 months

10 things Nigeria has been through over the last 12 months

   

Protesters carry mock coffins as they protest poor state of Nigerian education

 

Written by aakinfe
Wednesday, 11 September 2013 09:20

Protesters carry mock coffins as they protest poor state of Nigerian education

PROTESTERS took to the streets of Lagos yesterday carrying caskets to condemn what they described as the government's lackadaisical attitude towards education.

   

Nigerian Watch recruiting for its Media Sales Executive vacancy

 

Written by Manager2
Friday, 09 August 2013 14:21

Nigerian Watch recruiting for its Media Sales Executive vacancy

Job Title:  Media Sales Executive

   

7+ Exam Paper for free download by Leaders are Readers

 

Written by News Team
Tuesday, 18 December 2012 15:49

7+ Exam Paper for free download by Leaders are Readers

We consider the maths skills your child should have by the time he sits the 7+ entrance examination in Year 2.  Schools which offer the 7+ in and around London include Colet Court, the preparatory school for St Paul’s School, the Haberdashers’ Aske’s Schools, North London Collegiate School, University College School, Dulwich College, Westminster Under School.   By Year 2 (yes, Year 2!), these preparatory schools expect your child to extend their basic maths skills to include more complex problem solving. To download a sample paper click here.   Read the January edition of the Nigerian Watch newspaper to find out more. 

   

11+ Exam Paper for free download by Leaders are Readers

 

Written by News Team
Tuesday, 18 December 2012 15:49

11+ Exam Paper for free download by Leaders are Readers

We consider the maths skills your child should have by the time he sits the 11+ entrance examination.  Schools which offer the 11+ in and around London include Colet Court, the preparatory school for St Paul’s School, the Haberdashers’ Aske’s Schools, North London Collegiate School, University College School, Dulwich College, Westminster Under School.  these preparatory schools expect your child to extend their basic maths skills to include more complex problem solving. To download a sample paper click here   Read the January edition of the Nigerian Watch newspaper to find out more. 

   

Vice chancellors want dash for UK education curbed

 

Written by News Team
Sunday, 02 December 2012 15:15

Vice chancellors want dash for UK education curbed

NIGERIAN university vice chancellors have called on the federal government to do something about the growing number of students going abroad to seek higher education.

   

UK aid struggling to improve Nigerian education

 

Written by News Team
Tuesday, 20 November 2012 16:26

UK aid struggling to improve Nigerian education

THE Department for International Development has so far spent £102 million on its Nigerian education programme but the impact has been smaller than originally thought.

   

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