Meet Dr. Nolubabalo Unati Nqebelele, the first black woman a PhD in Internal Medicine in South Africa. Dr. Nolubabalo’s life is an inspiration to all hard working and disadvantaged postgraduate students. Her life is a motivation, and a clear testament of what a determined heart can achieve against all odds. Continue reading “FIRST BLACK WOMAN BAGS A PHD IN INTERNAL MEDICINE”
Happy new year! From Postgraduate Nigeria, its better late than never. So happy 2018 once again, sorry for the absence. Surely this year will be greater than the previous by Gods grace. But we have to make it happen, specifically in terms of chasing your Postgraduate goals. Now is the time to plan and strategize for the long year ahead. This is beyond resolutions and cheap wishes. To advance in your postgraduate course/path, you must have 2018 postgraduate goals. That brings the question
WHAT ARE YOUR 2018 POSTGRADUATE GOALS?
It won’t be a bad idea to know what goals are, before narrowing down. Goals are stated statements of intended actions. It is a TO-DO list. Thus, 2018 Postgraduate goals are actions and achievements that should have been accomplished by year end 2018. It is best written down or typed into soft copy. The 2018 Postgraduate goals should inspire and motivates you to drive Continue reading “How to Set and Achieve Your 2018 Postgraduate Goals”
Experience has shown that the most important part of any postgraduate study is your thesis. Some times called project work in Nigeria, your journey to a postgraduate degree is not complete without the some times tough stretch of producing a thesis.
The University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT) Choba in Rivers state has held its 31st convocation and award of degrees ceremony
The vice-chancellor of the University of Port Harcourt, Ndowa Lale said this at the 31st convocation news briefing in Port Harcourt, Rivers state that the conferment of degrees, higher degrees, diploma, certificates and prizes will hold at the university from March 24 to March 25.
In the higher/postgraduate degree category 1,109 bagged post-graduate diploma certificates, 2,223 candi dates received masters degree and 331 students will be conferred with doctorate degree.
The convocation was across 10 faculties and drawn from 2014 to 2016 academic sessions.
The convocation kicked-off with a lecture titled “The Mandate of Higher Educational Institutions and Global Expectations”, by Jonas Redwood-Sawyer, vice-chancellor of University of Sierra Leone and chairman of the board of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) on March 23.