Public or Private University?
There's always been this argument on which is better; a Public University or a Private university. To me it's all relative and depends on the person involved. This article is just to do a Quick comparison of Public Universities (State and Federal) and Private Universities. This comparison is based on the several criteria.See More
what are Private Universities?
Private Universities are Tertiary Education institutions that run on self-defined rules and goals. They are funded by individual and organizations besides the government. Such organizations include churches, Companies etc. Most private universities in Nigeria Are More expensive in terms of Tuition compared to Federal and State Universities.See More
what are State Universities?
State Universities are Tertiary Education institutions that run on defined rules and goals defined by the state government of the state that funds them. Most State universities in Nigeria are not as expensive as Private Universities, A few are Slightly more expensive than Federal universities but pretty much in terms of Tuition most state Universities School fees is Below N200,000.See More
what are Federal Universities?
Federal Universities are Tertiary Education institutions that run on defined rules and goals defined by the Federal Government of Nigeria.. Federal universities in Nigeria are not as expensive as Private Universities as they are funded by the Federal Government, In terms of Tuition most federal Universities School fees is Below N100, 000.See More
Why it's simply better to study at Covenant, Unilag, Unilorin Etc
No doubt some Universities in Nigeria are clearly better than others in terms of ranking, structure and producing quality graduates and only a handful of universities actually have high ranking and are known to produce quality graduates for the workforce or as entrepreneurs. A couple of days ago stutern released ...See More
Are Private Universities worth it in this Economy?
No doubt a large number of parents and guardians would be more comfortable with placing their wards in private universities for a number of reasons. Private Universities for starters don�t have strikes, riots, mean lecturers at least as much as public universities and these lecturers are focused on actually training their students.See More
JAMB 2017 Change of course/Institution.
We understand that candidate of the 2017 Jamb examination who would like to make corrections to the courses and institutions they registered can now do so. Candidates are advised to perform this process at accredited CBT centers.See More
SO YOU FAILED JAMB?
JAMB is probably the greatest obstacle to prospective undergraduates getting admission into Nigerian universities, some students fail woefully and why a number don’t but due to high competition in the admission process of their preferred institutions, they don’t get admitted because their scores are too lowSee More
CHOOSE YOUR CAREER FIRST
You’ve probably seen us write a couple of times how a survey showed your chances of finishing university is critically liked to you being satisfied with the university you are studying, Yes this is still very true but more important than the university is your career, the reason we get educated is to have a career.See More
WHAT TO DO AS A FRESH GRADUATE IN NIGERIA
There is this joy you have when you’re graduating, finally!!!!!!! You’re done with school. Shopping for gradation begins, all those uncles and aunties are calling to ask for your account number. At this point you’re on top of the world, till adulting hits you and you compose yourself.See More
WAEC/NECO :HOW TO PREPARE
Two almost inevitable examinations that the average Nigerian student faces are the West African examination council exam (WAEC) and the National examination council exam (NECO). Having seen their jamb scores a number of students are more confident about their chances of admission this year and just need to cross these two final hurdles.See More
GETTING THE BEST VALUE FROM A PUBLIC UNIVERSITY
Strikes, hustles, overpopulated lecture halls stress, fun, drama, etc this are the highlights of a public university. Well those are the basics of your average public university but what are you going to do, you can’t afford a private university or your parents/guardians can but though it best that you go to a public university.See More
Freshman Survial Toolkit
Congratulations in advance on your admission into your choice university. Wow passing through JAMB you’ve made it this far pretty cool but Heads-up, university life isn’t necessarily about the bliss, the flexing and the glamor that we often hear about from our elder siblings, cousins uncles and aunties. It’s actually serious business especially for fresher’s.See More
How to pick a course
Seriously picking a course is hard, and stress for most people, that’s why more often than not students just pick courses their friend or family member picked or recommended. Couple of days ago I was speaking to a group of persons who confessed they didn’t know what they were getting into when the selected the course they studied in school.See More
What they dont tell you about final year
The average undergraduate can’t wait to get to final year, there’s this feeling you have like you’re on top of the world when you’re in final year and it’s really awesome. Thing is that’s what it seems at the surface till you get to final year then the realities hit you.See More
There are about 40 Federal Universities across the 36 states in Nigeria, Generally attributed with large student population, Affordable Tution cost to the average Nigerian, No religious Affiliation and a Wide range of Academic Programs.See More
There are about 42 State Universities across the 36 states in Nigeria, Generally attributed with large student population, Affordable Tution cost to the average Nigerian, No religious Affiliation and a Wide range of Academic Programs.See More
There are about 61 State Universities across the 36 states in Nigeria, Generally attributed with small student population compared to Federal and State Universities, Most Private Univesities have high Tution , Some are affiliated with one religion or the other while.See More
There are 31 Chirstain Universities acroos the 36 State of Nigeria, Generally attributed with small student population and a array of Academic Programs.See More
There are 4 Islam Universities acroos the 36 State of Nigeria, Generally attributed with small student population and a array of Academic Programs.See More