Wednesday, 17 October 2018

International Aviation Women’s Association Scholarships At Swinburne University - Australia 2019

International Aviation Women’s Association Scholarships At Swinburne University - Australia 2019

Applications are invited for the International Aviation Women’s Association Scholarships which is awarded to International female students who are looking at pursuing an Aviation Course at Swinburne University - Australia.
This scholarship is created to innovate and bring about positive change motivates our students and staff.
Applications Deadline: January 31, 2019
Eligible Countries: International
Type: Undergraduate & Postgraduate
Value Of Scholarships: The scholarship is valued at $6,500 per year for 1 year.
The scholarship recipient will also be required to attend the IAWA 2019 International Conference in Lima, Peru. All expenses will be covered by IAWA.
  • Applicants must be an International student, an Australian citizen, a New Zealand Citizen, an Australian permanent resident or holder of a permanent humanitarian visa
  • Applicants must be a female student studying full time in an aviation undergraduate or postgraduate course
Application Process: Applicants should complete an online application form and submit with all supporting documentation.
Visit The Official Website For More Information
2019 Overseas Partner Scholarships At Edith Cowan University - Australia

2019 Overseas Partner Scholarships At Edith Cowan University - Australia

The Edith Cowan University is providing the Overseas Partner Scholarship to International students who have interest in pursuing a degree program at the Institution.
Applications Deadline: July 30, 2019
Eligible Countries: International
Type: Undergraduate
Value Of Scholarships: The scholarship offers a 20% reduction in tuition fees for the duration of your course at ECU.
  • Applicants must have completed an eligible program at an articulated partner institution off-shore;
  • Applicants must be commencing study at ECU in 2019 or 2020;
  • Applicants must meet ECU’s academic direct admission requirements for the course of your choice;
  • Applicants must not be in receipt of another scholarship or sponsorship;
  • Applicants must be an International student, not an Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent Resident, or New Zealand Citizen
Application Process: To accept the scholarship, the recipient must:
  • meet any conditions listed in their Letter of Offer;
  • have met admission requirements relevant to their chosen course of study;
  • accept their Letter of Offer as per the instructions provided;
  • pay the indicative deposit and OSHC indicated in their Letter of Offer; and
  • be aware of the dates and deadlines by which the above need to have been completed.
Contact for more information
Visit The Official Website For More Information

Tuesday, 16 October 2018



UNIZIK Business School hereby invites applications from qualified Professionals of all backgrounds who are desirous of acquiring General Management Education for effective leadership and management in Business and Government.

THE SCHOOL: UNIZIK Business School (UBS), Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State is an organized educational arm for management, business and leadership training instituted to impart relevant knowledge and skills that will create new industrialists, astute business persons, discerning corporate and institutional leaders, high level professionals and entrepreneurs that are driven by integrity and the highest ethical standards in their vocations.



1. Doctor of Business Administration (Executive DBA)

2. Doctor of Public Administration (Executive DPA)

3. Masters in Business Administration (Executive MBA)

4. Masters in Public Administration (Executive MPA)

5. MBA in Project Management

6. MBA in Engineering Management

7. M.Sc. Applied Economics

8. M.Sc. Management

9. M.Sc. Industrial Relations & Human Resource Management

10. Professional Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PPGDM)

11. Post Graduate Diploma in Leadership and Public Policy (PGDLPP)

Executive Certificate Programmes (International Management Programme, Chief Executive Programme, Business Owners Programme, Senior Management Programme, Agric. Business Management Programme).


An applicant into any of the above stated programmes should possess any of the following:

i) Bachelors degree from any approved University with a minimum of Second Class Honours (Lower Division). For MSc, a minimum of 3.0 on a five point scale will be required.

ii) Professional Post Graduate Diploma (PPGD) in Management Sciences and allied disciplines could also be considered for MBA/MSc Programmes.

iii) MBA/MPA/MSc required for admission into the Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) and Doctor of Public Administration (DPA) programmes.

All candidates for admission must have a minimum of 3 years managerial/supervisory level work experience in Private or Public Sector and/or two years self-employment experience.

DURATION OF PROGRAMMES: All programmes of UNIZIK Business School are offered on Saturdays and Sundays to suit the convenience of busy executives. The duration for the different programmes shall be a minimum of 24 months, or for the DBA/DPA, a minimum period of 48 months.


Visit UNIZIK Business School portal (

Create an account

Generate RRR pin

Take the RRR pin to any bank and make payment of N 20,000.00

After Twenty four hours of payment, go back to the portal, log in with the user name and password chosen when you created your account, fill the form and submit online; you may print a copy for yourself.

For more enquiries call – 08034548236

Note: All applicants for the Professional Post Graduate Programmes will be subjected to an oral interview. The interview will be held at the UNIZIK Business School on Saturday, 3rd November, 2018 by 12:00 noon; the mop up interview will also take place on Saturday, 1st December, 2018 by 12:00 noon. This notice serves as invitation to the oral interviews.

Alternatively, visit UNIZIK Business School and fill the forms manually.

Mrs. Uju Okonkwo,
Acting Registrar
Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.


Applications are invited from suitable qualified candidates for admission into the 2018/2019 Academic Session of Pre-Science Programme, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka. The form can be purchased in any of the banks nationwide at a cost of N8, 000.00 (Eight Thousand naira) only.

The minimum academic qualification is five O’ Level credits which will include English, Mathematics and any other three relevant science subjects in SSCE, NECO, GCE and NABTEB at not more than two sittings.

Sale of form commences on 15th October, 2018 and the following procedure should be adopted by the candidates:
• Click on “Create Account”
• On the form enter your email, phone number, password, select the access level and click on “submit”
• Your login details will be sent to your email address instantly
• Continue with the application by logging in with the login credentials sent to your email.
• After successful login, click on Step One, click on Generate Application Form RRR
• Print the RRR (Remita) page; proceed to any bank of your choice nationwide to make a payment of N8, 000 only.
• Login to the portal, click on Step Two, click on Confirm Payment, enter the RRR number and click on verify payment. If payment confirmation is successful, or if you get notification payment already verified, then proceed to Step Three.
• Click on Step Three, click on Fill Application Form, Fill out the application Form. You can save each stage of the application and continue at a later time. Also you can edit your information as often possible. However, once you submit your application, you cannot edit again.
• Check the “I Agree” box and click on “Submit”
• Print out the Application Form as your copy.

The Pre-Science Programme is only for candidates who are interested in the following Faculties/ Departments

i. Faculty of Bio-Sciences
a. Department of Botany
b. Department of Parasitology & Entomology
c. Department of Zoology
d. Department of Applied Biochemistry
e. Department of Applied Micro-biology and Brewing.
ii.   Faculty of Physical Sciences
a. Department of Geological Sciences
b. Department of Mathematics
c. Department of Computer Sciences
d. Department of Statistics
e. Department of Pure and Industrial Chemistry
f. Department  of Pure and Industrial Physics

i. Faculty of Medicine

ii. Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences

iii. Faculty of Health Sciences and Technology
a. Medical Laboratory Sciences
b. Radiography
c. Medical Rehabilitation/Physiotherapy
d. Nursing

iv. Faculty of Engineering and Technology
a. Department of Industrial and Production Engineering
b. Department of Civil Engineering
c. Department of Mechanical Engineering
d. Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering
e. Department of Metallurgical/Material Engineering
f. Department of Chemical Engineering
g. Department of Polymer Engineering
h. Department of Electrical Engineering

v. Faculty of Environmental Sciences
a. Department of Architecture
b. Department of Building
c. Department of Estate Management
d. Department of Survey and Geoinformatics
e. Department of Geography & Meteorology
f. Department of Environmental Management
g. Department of Quantity Surveying
x.  Faculty of Education
 a. Department of Technical Education with Options in
ii. Woodwork and Building Technology
iii. Mechanical and Automobile Technology 
iv. Electrical and Electronic Technology
 b. Department of Science Education with options in
i.       Science Education/ Biology
i. Science Education/ Physics
ii. Science Education/ Chemistry
iii. Science Education/ Computer Science
iv. Science Education / Integrated Science

xi.  Faculty of Agriculture
a. Department of Agric Economics
b. Department of Food Science
c. Department of Crop Science and Horticulture
d. Department of Soil Science 
e. Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture
f. Department of Animal Sciences and Technology
g. Department of Forestry and Wild Life Management

Monday, 15 October 2018

Tips for First-Year Students aka Freshers

Tips for First-Year Students aka Freshers

Tip #1: Go To Class
New students often hear that in college, "you can go to class anytime you want." NOT TRUE. Some classes may seem less interesting than others, but college is not for entertainment. Experienced students often say that the more time they spend in class, the less time they need to study outside of class.

Tip #2: Learn The Campus
One campus tour seldom provides the geographical knowledge necessary to get around a major university. Become an explorer and spend time locating where major academic and service departments are located. Don't become a senior who is still trying to find the library.

Tip #3: Know The University Has Academic Rules
No one memorizes all the rules--but have a copy available. Academic policies are usually found on the web page and almost always in the student handbook or catalog. Do not become one of those who says, "But nobody told me..."

Tip #4: Check Out Rumors
Rumors of all types fly across a campus. While almost all do have a particle of truth, most rumors are largely fiction. Check program or academic rumors with professors or advisors before changing anything related to class preparation or scheduling.

Tip #5: Budget Time
Have a social life, but plan your study time properly. Do not begin to study for a test or write a paper the night before either is due. Read syllabi early for dates and note them on a calendar. Remember, sleep is also necessary, so budget for that as well.

Tip #6: Accept Constructive Criticism
Keep in mind that when a professor critiques your work, he or she is doing you a favor. This is not personal; any work can be improved. The more "red lines" you see on a paper, the more time that the professor took to point out ways for you to improve. It is very frustrating to see a grade assigned to a paper or test and no comments or feedback as to how that grade was determined or how you can do better next time.

Tip #7: Realize That Being A Student Is A Full-Time Job
You can't work hard only one day a week and earn acceptable grades. Look at collegiate life as a full-time career for the present. Focus on good academic habits, social skills, and balancing priorities. Now is the time to develop skills that will be expected after graduation in your selected career.

Tip #8: Develop An Appreciation For The Mastery Of Language
No matter what your major or discipline of interest, the single most important skill for life success is communication. Understand what language is acceptable and in what situations. How you communicate your skills and thoughts demonstrates the depth of your education. Even if your grades in technical courses get you that first job, it is your communication skills--usually in writing--that get you your promotion.

Tip #9: Become Part Of University Life
Becoming part of the campus community is just as important as going to class, writing papers, and taking exams. Don't join every group, but be selective and participate in activities that will offer balance to your life. Take advantage of the variety of university experiences.

Tip #10: Get To Know Your Professors Before You Graduate
Begin by targeting some faculty that you think are worth knowing before you graduate. Who are you likely to have in more than one course? These are the professors who will evaluate your work, supply references for future career options or graduate school, and help guide your intellectual development. Most faculty are very approachable; don't let titles of "professor" or "doctor"' frighten you. Those titles are their achievement, and these are the people who will help you attain the goals you have set for yourself.

Tip #11: Have The Courage Of Your Confusions
In high school, a good student is supposed to know all the answers and get everything right. But in college, you take on more difficult challenges and more demanding material. It is no longer possible to have "all the answers." Beyond college, that kind of high school perfection isn't even remotely possible. Learn to be patient with others and with yourself. Learn to function well in situations where 100% success isn't possible; seek out and value the big questions which are more important than answers.

Tip #12: Be Patient With Yourself
You will make errors or mistakes during your collegiate career. Please be assured that you are not DOOMED. When you realize, or even think, you have goofed, set out to correct it.

Tip #13: Make Your Own Decisions
Seeking advice is always nice. Trying to play it safe and avoid making decisions can lead to as many problems as making uninformed or risky choices. Weigh options and gather as much information as possible. Accept responsibility for your decisions.

Tip #14: You Are In School For Your Education, Not Someone Else's
If you enter college just to please everyone else, or evcn ANYONE else, you will end up pleasing no one. If you let others decide what you are going to study, where you attend college, and what you are going to be, you have ignored your responsibility to yourself.

Tip #15: Know Your Academic Situation Before The Withdraw Period
If you have a question or concern about how you are doing in a class, go to the professor and discuss it. Keep yourself informed and record all grades received for each assignment. Read each syllabus carefully, and pay attention to the weight of all assignments as they determine the final grade in each course. Keep all grades updated.

Tip #16: Learn To Communicate In The Classroom
There are no dumb questions concerning subject matter. If you don't know or don't understand something, chances are several of your classmates don't either. Learning to ask questions is a skill. Develop it!

Tip #17: Safeguard Your Physical And Mental Well-Being
When exhausted, rest. Eat proper food and know when to relax. Plan exercise into your schedule. No one is going to thank you for working yourself into a frazzle or getting ill, let alone for staying up all night. It is amazing how many students demand their independence and simply do not know how to take care of themselves.

Tip #18: Accept Responsibility For Yourself And Your Behavior
If what you say and do is prompted by others, or if nothing is ever your fault because others "pushed" you, you cannot claim to be an adult, just an immature follower.

Tip #19: It Does Not Help To Blame Others For Your Academic Problems
If you are not doing well academically, get help. Very few students get through college without some assistance. If it takes you longer to learn material or even to graduate, so what? Remove distractions when studying. Go to review sessions and use tutoring services. GO TO CLASS and participate. Don't blame your professors, your roommate, or your teaching assistants. Get their help to eliminate the problems.

Tip #20: Locate And Use All University Services
The university DOES want you to succeed and will help you by means of all its services. These range from math and writing skills centers to personal counseling. Let the university serve you. After all, it is your school. You are paying for these services anyway, in the form of tuition and fees.

Tip #21: Write Home
It may sound silly but parents and family can prove to be the best support service. Families honestly want to know how you are doing. They may not be able to do more than listen, but that act alone is essential to your well-being. Siblings, grandparents, and neighborhood friends are in your corner and want you to succeed. Let them share in your new life.

Sunday, 14 October 2018

FUNAAB Admission List, 2018/2019 Out On JAMB CAPS

FUNAAB Admission List, 2018/2019 Out On JAMB CAPS

FUNAAB Admission List for the 2018/2019 academic session has been made available on JAMB's Website. Candidates can check their admission status on JAMB CAPS.
This is to inform all candidates who applied for admission in Federal University Agriculture Abeokuta, (FUNAAB)  and participated in the Post-UTME Screening that the FUNAAB Admission List has been made available on JAMB CAPS. 
Candidates are therefore advised to check for their admission status on the JAMB website and click"ACCEPT" or "REJECT" to indicate acceptance or rejection of the admission offer.
NB : Clicking"REJECT" is an indication that the offer of admission has been rejected by candidates
FUTO Predegree To 100 Level Admission List, 2018/2019

FUTO Predegree To 100 Level Admission List, 2018/2019

The management of Federal University of Technology, Oweri (FUTO) has released the list of candidates who passed through Pre-degree programme of the school and have been admitted into the 1st year undergraduate programme of the university for the 2018/2019 academic session.
The names of admitted candidate have been made available on the school's official website. About 269 names made it to the List

LASU Orientation And Matriculation Ceremony For 2018 Sandwich Admitted Candidates

LASU Orientation And Matriculation Ceremony For 2018 Sandwich Admitted Candidates

This is to inform the newly admitted sandwich students that the Orientation exercise and Matriculation Ceremony have been scheduled as follows;
ORIENTATION:               Friday 2nd Nov. 2018 @ University Auditorium by 2.30pm
MATRICULATION:   Friday 9th Nov. 2018 @University Auditorium by 2.30pm
Please Note: Attendance at the two ceremonies is MANDATORY. All students must have been seated thirty minutes before commencement.
Affected students are to pay a sum of =N=2,500 into UBA LASU Revenue Acct (1013948415) for rentage of Matriculation gown. Upon payment, the teller should be converted to University official receipt at room 11, Administrative Block II. Therefore, students are to present the receipt for collection of gown between Monday 5th and Thursday 8th November, 2018 at the Directorate of Sandwich Degree Programme.
The Matriculation gown is to be returned immediately after the ceremony. Late return of gown attracts =N=2,000 per day.
LASU Batch B Entrance Exam Date For 2018/2019

LASU Batch B Entrance Exam Date For 2018/2019

The LASU Batch B Sandwich entrance examination for the 2018/2019 academic session has been announced by the ,management of the university.
The Directorate of the programme has scheduled the Batch B entrance examination/selection interview for the candidates who have obtained Sandwich form for the extended period (between 9th of September, 2018 and 26th October, 2018) as follows:
Date:        Monday, 29th October, 2018
Venue:     Directorate of Sandwich Degree Programme
Time:       8:00am
LASU Late JUPEB Application For 2018/2019 Session

LASU Late JUPEB Application For 2018/2019 Session

LASU Late application into the JUPEB Foundation programme for the 2018/2019 academic session has been announced. Interested candidates are to check the details below and apply.
The course allocated will be determined by the level of performance.
Students will sit for JUPEB examination at the end of the programme and will be able to transit to 200 Level into any of the JUPEB Affiliated Universities.
(a)    Successful candidates that will be enrolled in the Degree Programmes at the 200 level must purchase the Direct Entry JAMB form.
(b)    Students who failed may be allowed to repeat the Programme.
(c)    On admission, if any Student voluntarily withdraws from the Programme, request for refund of School fee will NOT be entertained.
Applicants are required to make the payment of Twenty Thousand Naira (N20, 000.00) only, non-refundable fee via *website:*
The closing date for the submission of application forms is Friday, 19th October, 2018.
A qualifying examination for admission into the Programme holds on Saturday, 20th October, 2018, at the LASU Foundation Programme Location, Topo Road, Badagry, Lagos State.
Lectures Start immediately
The Programme is non-residential. Candidates offered admission into the Programme will have syndicated rental of hostel accommodation together with transportation.
NOTE: At the end of the intensive Programme, Courses shall be allocated to successful Candidates on merit.