What does life look like for Gen Z Nigerians everywhere in the world? Every Friday, we ask five Gen Z Nigerian students one question in order to understand their outlook of life. Marrying while in the University is something that has been happening for a while. It was especially more popular among women in older generations, so we […]
It hurts when you set your mind on something and don’t get it — and this is the reality for a lot of Nigerian students who didn’t get the course they wanted to study. If you went through this, you will definitely relate to this: 1. You, filling out your JAMB form confident that you […]
Imagine you could turn back the hands of time. What would you have studied in University? Take the quiz to find out!
5 University of Port Harcourt students share their their wildest campus experiences.
5 students at different universities talk about everything they wish they knew before they applied to their schools.
Remember how everyone would take pictures on the struggle red carpet.
The struggle was real.
Nigerian lecturers are not the most loved set of people. However, we feel that these categories of lecturers deserve that coveted heavenly ticket. 1) Lecturers that tell us the part of the lecture notes to read. Not the ones that’ll give area of concentration that will end in tears. 2) The lecturers that don’t take […]
If you attended university in Nigeria, chances are that you can relate to one or two things on this list. Let’s take a walk down memory lane: 1) When the whole room starts sharing one bucket, one tube of toothpaste, one iron. 2) And sharing slippers too. 3) Then, you no longer hide your nakedness […]
Did you graduate from university with first class honours, second class upper honours, third class honours or a pass? Wait! No need to bring out your transcript, we can’t guess it (and we are pretty confident that we’ll get it right). Take this quiz and see:
The wrong group will frustrate you!
If you went to University in Nigeria, chances are that everyone regardless of department and course did 100level on the main campus. However, people studying “professional” courses had an extra sense of pride in them. Especially those courses where they left the main campus after year one. The guys that studied Medicine, Nursing, Physiotherapy, Pharmacy, […]
If you went to University in Nigeria, chances are that you or someone you know inflated the cost of schooling and its requirements. Here are some of the most common lies Nigerian students use to collect money illegally from their parents: 1) “We have to buy Cadaver.” Shout out to those medical students that did […]
Leaving home for university can be fun until you get hit with the realization that you are really alone, even when you are actually never alone. Then it dawns on you that the stress of getting an education might not be worth it, particularly when you consider the adulting that it requires which includes, COOKING […]
When you got admission into university, you were excited about a whole new life. You were ready to revel in a new kind of freedom, away from your parents and the annoying curfews and rules they set to curtail your movements. You thought about a lot of things: what to do, when to do it, […]
If you’ve been reading this every Monday, you know the drill at this point. If you haven’t, now you know that Zikoko talks to anonymous people every week about their relationship with the Naira. Sometimes, it will be boujee, other times, it will be struggle-ish. But all the time–it’ll be revealing. What you should know […]
A story of Cheese Balls and Enthusiasm.
“A is for the gods, of which I am one.”
No more insufficient funds – Chinko Ekun, 2018
Don’t worry you are not alone.
A handy guide.
A lot of people think going to a private university in Nigeria is an easier path to higher education, but it’s really not. While the private university struggles might be different from public universities, they are just as annoying. Look at these. When people tell me how ‘lucky’ I am to be going to a […]
Number 3 is too annoying!
We have so many questions.
Because there is only one university in Nigeria
Here's a rabbit hole of stories to lose yourself in: