Nigerian Institute of Journalism (NIJ) is an academic citadel of learning dedicated to journalism and mass communication programmes. The Nigerian Institute of Journalism started in 1963 and is located in Lagos, Nigeria. The Institute trains the man power for print and broadcast journalism. It operates like a polytechnic, thus has programmes at OND and HND levels. Continue reading “NIGERIAN INSTITUTE OF JOURNALISM POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES”
Many postgraduate students and even graduates have asked about the final grading system for postgraduate Degree. In the comment box, you may sometimes find questions like, ‘how does University of Ibadan grade their master degree?’ or ‘Is second class upper, a criteria for admission for PhD?.
The United States has often been referred to as a world power. This is for her military, economic and technological might. All these are made possible because of it quality university education, especially at postgraduate (graduate) level. The US conveniently attracted over one million students from around the world, raking in billions of dollars to its economy. Over the years, the US educational sophistry seems to be waning, as new giants emerge on the global scene of postgraduate education. Continue reading “Foreign Students Shop for Schools Outside US”
Andrew is a smart, dark and lanky 26-year old. He just rounded off his National Youth Service (NYSC) at Benue state. His choice of career for the future is clear, to become a lecturer at the higher institution. One of his lecturers at the polytechnic and mentor had advised Andrew to take up a career as a lecturer. Continue reading “HND/ BACHELOR DEGREE DIFFERENCE AT POSTGRADUATE ADMISSION”
It’s a merry and happy new year. Mankind everywhere on earth celebrates the beginning of the year 2019. I pray the year would bring pleasantness into your life. It is a new beginning, and at Postgraduate Nigeria, we hope to make it new indeed. Specifically, helping your postgraduate study and making sure we deliver high quality information you need and at the right time. Continue reading “Happy New Year: 2019”
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) is presently on strike. This is yet another episode of the many strike actions called by ASUU to force their demand
s on the Federal Government of Nigeria. The last ASUU strike was in November 2016. Almost two years after, ASUU members have down tools on exactly the same issues they went on strike previously. Continue reading “ASUU STRIKE AND THE TRAVAIL OF POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS”
It was a wet Saturday in Lagos. The fairly bright morning weather quickly turned moody and heavy as the clouds bellowed ready to deliver its pregnant content. I had plans for the day, and the rain almost caused a change of mind, thank goodness! I was steadfast. Lagos rain, with its consequences. I had to dare. Continue reading “MY EXPERIENCE AT MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY EDU-FAIR IN LAGOS”