JAMB reveals new guidelines for universities, how to change first choice for 2020/2021 admission

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has directed that all applications for all tertiary institutions must be conducted on its Central Admission Processing...

South Africa gets its first online cannabis university

South Africans who would want to enter the cannabis industry or add cannabis expertise to their skills set now have an option to do...

U.S University offers George Floyd’s daughter full scholarship

An American university has allocated funds to provide George Floyd’s daughter a full scholarship. While Gianna is only six years old, she has been blessed...

U.S dictionary Merriam-Webster to change definition of ‘Racism’

The American reference dictionary Merriam-Webster will change its definition of the word ‘racism’ at the suggestion of a young black woman, who wanted it...

JAMB to fix cut-off marks June 16

This year’s policy meeting of all tertiary institutions will hold on June 16, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has said. In its weekly bulletin...

#SexForGrades! Students jubilate over the death of their lecturer

Students are jubilating over the death of their lecturer because he has been allegedly practising sex for grades with their ladies. Dr. Mekino Nnaemeka Okonkwo...

See Nigerian school were only children of poor parents are allowed to be admitted

Nigerian king builds school with no school fees, free hostel, free food, and even teaches there. Do you know this school? Abolarin College in Oke-Ila,...

Primary school pupils in North Korea finally returns to classrooms

Primary school pupils in North Korea returned to their classrooms on Wednesday, after months of delays to the start of the new term, AFP...

South Korea’s government to limit the number of students going back to school

South Korea’s government will inspect working conditions at distribution centres and toughen guidelines on the number of students allowed to attend classes in the...

Cambridge University cancels “face-to-face lectures” for 2020/21 academic year

There will be no “face-to-face lectures” at the University of Cambridge in the 2020/21 academic year, the institution has said. Lectures will continue virtually, while...

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