UI New Grading System And Changes In The Status Of GES Courses


THE UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN, UI NEW GRADING SYSTEM AND CHANGES IN THE STATUS OF GES COURSES (UI CGPA/Grading System Now 4-Point).. The referenced memos were specifically on the implementation of the new 4-Point Grading System which was subsequently put on hold until the 2016/2017 Session due to some logistic constraints. The implementation is due this academic session (2016/2017). Consequently, I write to inform you of Senate’s decision, at its meeting of 18 July, 2016, on the New Grading System and Minimum Units to be registered for and passed by students…

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TOP 7 Most Expensive Universities In Nigeria – 2017


TOP 7 Most Expensive Universities In Nigeria Is a compilation of expensive educational institutes, whose fees and cost of schooling is a fortune and it take only the rich and elite to send their kids to these schools. Recently, JAMB cancelled the selection of 2 public Universities i.e candidates can choose one public and one private university. don’t forget that these private universities cost a lot. With the ongoing economic hardship in Nigeria, many are worried about the rising cost of education. What are the most expensive universities in Nigeria, in…

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A maritime expert, Dr Olu Akinsoji, has urged the Federal Government to upgrade the Maritime Academy, Oron, Akwa-Ibom, to a degree awarding institution. Akinsoji, a former sole administrator of the academy, made the plea on Wednesday in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos. He said that upgrading the academy to a degree-awarding institution would help to build human capacities needed in the maritime sector and impinged positively on the growth of the industry. “The Maritime Academy, where I was sole administrator at a time, is…

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Top Universities in Nigeria (Top 100) – 2016


Top Universities in Nigeria: Year 2016 Edition of the top 100 universities in Nigeria as released by the 4 International Colleges & Universities (4ICU) Organization. Based on the ranking released by 4 International Colleges & Universities (4ICU), an international higher education search engine and directory reviewing accredited universities and colleges in the world, we present you the top 100 universities in Nigeria for the year 2016. TOP 100 UNIVERSITIES IN NIGERIA 2016.  S/N University Location 1 University of Ibadan IBADAN 2 University of Lagos LAGOS 3 Covenant University OTA 4…

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UNIVERSITY OF PORTSMOUTH SCHOLARSHIPS FOR NIGERIA AND GHANA The University of Portsmouth is a university in the city of Portsmouth, England. It was previously known as Portsmouth Polytechnic until 1992, when it was granted university status through the Further and Higher Education Act 1992. Course Level: Scholarships are available for the postgraduate degree programme. The University of Portsmouth offers a number of scholarships into its Science Faculty to Ghanaian and Nigerian students who have applied for one of the following full-time taught Master’s postgraduate degrees MSc Engineering Geology MSc Geological and Environmental Hazards MSc…

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NIGERIAN HIGHER INSTITUTIONS TRASHES FINAL YEAR PROJECTS   It is no longer a new thing seeing our final year project being dumped in trashes. In some schools, these project are incinerated (burnt) for days. Below are pictures of final year project being poured into the trash. This of course are project with meaningful research work not to talk of the time and money in with they were written with, but at the end of the day what were they rewarded with? getting trashed.   A Facebook user Raphael lamented his…

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ASUU Strike Update: Federal Government Refuses To Pay N284b Allowances


FEDERAL GOVERNMENT REFUSES TO PAY N284B ALLOWANCES The Federal Government of Nigeria has said that it could not afford to pay the N284 billion earned allowances being demanded by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). Earned allowances are the compensation the lecturers are entitled to receive in other to enhance academic productivity and increase research output. The university lecturers, ASUU, embarked on a one week warning strike last Wednesday which was called off yesterday evening. The Federal Government has met seven of the eight demands of aggrieved university lecturers. One of…

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