President Muhammadu Buhari recently sent a list of 43 Ministers designate to the Senate for screening. It took President Buhari about two months to pick his team that would drive the Next level agenda. After a screening by the Senate, with all gaining approval and confirmation. The nation awaits the president to reel out their portfolios, and finally, hit the ground running.
While there’s a lot of politics about who is fit or not to be a Minister, Postgraduate Nigeria has searched and brings you the most educationally qualified among the soon-to-be sworn in Ministers of the Federal Government of Nigeria. Hopefully we can tally their academic work with the Ministry to head and what they have to offer to Nigeria. Personal success Continue reading “Top Buhari Ministers and their Postgraduate Qualifications”
Certificates are documents that show successful completion of a certain level of education. It is used as a proof of competence or skills has been imparted by a formal educational institutions. For as long as possible, credentials or certificates would remain part and parcel of the school system.
There are myraids of certificates, awarded at Continue reading “International Certificate Evaluation Organizations”
Every year, thousands of students from the Niger-Delta region apply for the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) Oversea Postgraduate Scholarship. For the fortunate few who are selected, after the thorough screening and interview, it is a happy moment. Recipents of the prestigious NDDC postgraduate scholarship at Masters and Doctoral level begin a new phase for study in top countries like the United Kingdom, France, Germany and China.
In recent times, there have been a lot of issues about the NDDC postgraduate scholarship. After the stringent screening, many winners are faced with the problem of poor planning and execution by the Niger-Delta Development Commission. This usually turns happy recipents to sour students. Continue reading “NDDC Postgraduate Scholarship: The Dilemma for Recipents”
The Teaching profession, which is often despised is arguably the largest body of professionals’in Nigeria. Many people do not know that teaching is a professional with minimum entry requirements and it’s ethics.
To be a teacher is beyond just having the talent to transfer knowledge easily. The person should be trained. All qualified teachers must possess an certificate in education. These certificates are NCE (National certificate in Continue reading “National Teachers Institute PGDE Programme”
Academic transcripts is one of the documents needed for a Postgraduate admission. Infact, it is arguably the most important, as it can determine whether a prospective Postgraduate student gets admitted.
Unfortunately, in Nigeria, access to academic transcript by former students is so tedious and herculean. Business Day Newspaper reports on this challenge. Continue reading “Dreams die as Graduates wait endlessly for Transcripts”
Canada is a top destination for Postgraduate studies by Nigerians, Indians, Chinese and many others. I wrote a blog post previously, about why you should choose Canada for postgraduate study. That post received wide shares with exciting feedbacks.
Getting admitted and obtaining a temporary resident visa (TRV) is the biggest hassle initially. Upon arrival at Canada, you’re welcomed into a new world entirely. Continue reading “Top Ten Survival Tips for International Students in Canada”