“I’ve made $200 in a week. Who school epp?” — These students have been using the compulsory strike holiday to make money online, and they don’t care how long the strike lasts.
You can blame it on the lecturer’s wickedness or your village people. But if you experience any of these things, just know you’re failing the course.
Nigerian students have become more irritable by the ASUU strike —say any of these statements to them at your own risk.
If you’ve ever been affected by ASUU strike or know someone who has, then you can relate to these.
…project set to transform African youths into sustainable job creators In line with the commitment of Lagos Business School (LBS) to develop responsible entrepreneurs and promote business sustainability, the institution has partnered with Semicolon Africa and Henley Business School on the Nexus Project, funded by the British Council. The objective of the project is to […]
After the stress of getting a BSc you may never use. Why would anyone think of getting a PhD? Well, five Nigerian PhD students shared their experiences.
Did you even go to a Nigerian university if you didn’t witness any of these crazy behaviours?
Whether you went to a public or private Nigerian university, if you can relate to at least 5 things in this article, we’re sure you hated exams.
Share this article with a recent or soon-to-be graduate. They’ll thank you.
Asides exorbitant fees, what is the price students pay to study in private Nigerian universities?
We spoke to 4 people to find out.
Read these 8 stories to get a closer glimpse into the struggles of the average Nigerian student and the worst things about federal universities.
Ask your friends or anyone you know studying in the UK. It’s not all pictures and vibes oh.
Education is a process of gaining knowledge to develop skills, talents, minds, and character. It is the first step for people’s empowerment towards making the world a better place. However, many parents are unable to give their children proper education due to a lack of finance. Determined to support the education sector, thereby assisting parents […]
Sitting for any exam can be tedious, how much more, almighty JAMB. And checking your result? That can be a nerve-wracking process, but you have to go through with it because how else are you going to get into university? Better to do so as soon as possible so you can put your mind at […]
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As Told To Itohan When I was in JS2, I started dating a lot of people consecutively. I was never really single. I dated two best friends. I even once dated a set of twins and their elder brother. Most of them were older and bought me gifts, which was risky because I was young […]
If you are a student of the UniBen, then here are some things you definitely understand how they work. They are not new to you, and you are not new to them. 1) Shouting don’t pour when you want to cross the gutter in the hostel If you enter the hostel and you want to […]
Growing up, a lot of us are taught that there is an exact way we are supposed to progress. We go from primary school to secondary school to university, get a job and then marry. It’s linear and exact. However, real-life isn’t that simple. A good number of people opt out of this race at […]
It is not uncommon to witness Nigerian graduates talk about emigrating. A good number of young Nigerians you’ll encounter are either already making tangible plans towards leaving, or giving it some (read: a lot of) consideration. However, it can be quite disheartening hearing the same from undergraduates whose short-lived exposure to the dysfunctional system has […]
A week ago Unilag students resumed school virtually after a year of ghosting, radio silence and of course ASSU’s ever changing resumption date, which happened not once, not twice, but thousands. I am a 400 level student in this great university studying mass communication and here’s what my first week of virtual learning was like. […]
Students in Nigerian universities have stories to tell, but hardly anyone to tell them to. For our new weekly series, Aluta and Chill, we are putting the spotlight on these students and their various campus experiences. Earlier this year, I had a conversation with a student of Covenant University, and he talked about how tedious […]
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