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LECTURER EXPLAINS WHY NIGERIAN YOUTHS PREFER STUDYING ABROAD

Some stakeholders have said Nigerian youths prefer to study abroad due to the decay in the nation’s education system. They spoke during a programme in Lagos on how Nigerians could

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ARE NIGERIAN IMMIGRANTS TOP OF THE CLASS IN THE US?

Pushing back against US President Donald Trump’s allegedly disparaging comments against their compatriots, a diaspora group said Nigerians in the US top the education charts. Does the evidence support this?

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The lesser known and scarier facts about unemployment in South Africa

The latest South African jobs statistics continue to reflect a shockingly high unemployment rate which will take some doing to reverse. Concerns about the high levels of youth unemployment and

74 Percent of Applicants Don’t Get University Admission

By Nuruddeen M. Abdallah Nigeria’s tertiary institutions can only admit 26 per cent of applicants due to limited vacancies, Daily Trust findings have shown. Official figures show that over 10

Gauteng MEC for education Panyaza Lesufi : Don’t waste your time, no need to queue to register schoolkids

Some parents have been waiting in line since Friday. Parents still camping outside public schools or hiring people to do so ahead of the registration process for 2018 are wasting

Traditional universities are on the way out: online is the future for Africa

Education has two faces in today’s world, according to a recent World Bank report. On the one hand there’s the traditional face, where learning takes place in the state-sponsored classroom.