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ABUAD 2nd Batch Admission Screening 2016

In view of the popular demand by the
applicants who could not attend the first
screening exercise due to the ongoing
NECO examination and schools end of the
year graduation, we have re-scheduled a
2nd Screening Exercise to take place on
Saturday, 9th July, 2016 at all the
Screening Centres across the Country.
GENERAL INFORMATION
The following candidates are entitled to
attend the screening exercise on 9th of
July, 2016.
Category A
(i) Candidates who have chosen ABUAD
as first or second choice,
(ii) Candidates who did not choose
ABUAD in the UTME and are seeking
change of institution,
(iii) Direct Entry candidates, and
NOTE: International Candidates seeking
admission into ABUAD who reside in
Nigeria are to attend the Screening
Exercise physically while those outside
the Country are to send their credentials
to reg_christieoluborode@abuad.edu.ng,
christieoluborode217@yahoo.com,info@
abuad.edu.ng
Category B
Candidates who scored below 180
national cut-offmark and are seeking
admission in…

ABUAD 1ST Batch Post UTME Results Released

This is to inform candidates who
participated in the 1st Batch Admission
Screening Exercise of Afe Babalola
University, Ado-ekiti for the 2016/2017
academic session that the result of the
screening has been released.
How To Check Your Result
-Visit http://admission.abuad.edu.ng/
post_utme/
-Enter your JAMB Reg Number in the
space provided.
-Click
on
“Check
Result” to access your result.
Apply for your Original JAMB Result Slip
with your passport on it for ABUAD
Admission Screening. Click Here

Post UTME Will Stand – ASUU Challenges FG

The Academic Staff Union of Universities,
ASUU, on Wednesday, kicked against the
Federal Government’s directive for tertiary
institutions to scrap the Post-Unified
Tertiary Matriculation Examination, Post-
UTME, for admission of candidates for the
2016/2017 academic session, saying the
quality of tertiary education in the country
could improve if the institutions are
allowed to regulate their students
admission process.
ASUU President, Comrade Biodun
Ogunyemi, said such freedom would
enhance the quality of education.
Recall that at a recent joint policy
meeting to decide the cut off mark for
students seeking admission into the
universities, the government announced
the scrapping of post-unified tertiary
matriculation examination (UTME).
The
Post
UTME
is the
second stage of screening usually
conducted by universities for the final
selection of candidates qualified for
admission for an academic session.
Minister of Education, Malam Adamu
Adamu had threatened to sanction any
university o…

Post UTME Will Stand – ASUU Challenges FG

The Academic Staff Union of Universities,
ASUU, on Wednesday, kicked against the
Federal Government’s directive for tertiary
institutions to scrap the Post-Unified
Tertiary Matriculation Examination, Post-
UTME, for admission of candidates for the
2016/2017 academic session, saying the
quality of tertiary education in the country
could improve if the institutions are
allowed to regulate their students
admission process.
ASUU President, Comrade Biodun
Ogunyemi, said such freedom would
enhance the quality of education.
Recall that at a recent joint policy
meeting to decide the cut off mark for
students seeking admission into the
universities, the government announced
the scrapping of post-unified tertiary
matriculation examination (UTME).
The
Post
UTME
is the
second stage of screening usually
conducted by universities for the final
selection of candidates qualified for
admission for an academic session.
Minister of Education, Malam Adamu
Adamu had threatened to sanction any
university o…

Undergraduate Scholarships List of Scholarships For Nigerian Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students In 2016 and 2017

List of Scholarships For Nigerian
Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students In
2016 and 2016 (SHARE THIS)
The List below comprises of Undergraduate
Scholarships and Postgraduate Scholarships
available for Nigerian Students in the 2016 and
2017 academic year
Go through
each of
the
scholarships according to your level or that of
the concerned person for which you are on
this page and click on the link to each of the
of the scholarships to see details of
application and Proceed to apply.
We recommend that you get the Past Questions and Answers For All these Scholarships and Start Preparing on time.
Below is a comprehensive list of scholarships available for Nigerian Undergraduate Students
in 2016 and 2017
Each of the 2015/2016 and 2017 Scholarships
for Nigerian Undergraduate Students Listed below have link to how to apply for them.
Click on each of these 2016 and 2017 Undergraduate scholarships to see how to apply:
A. MTN FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP 2016
1. Agbami Medical & Engineering Scho…

List of 14 Postgraduate Scholarships For Nigerian Students

Below is a comprehensive list of available
postgraduate scholarships for Nigerian
Students
Click on each of the Scholarship Link to
see details of application and also note
the deadline for the yearly application of
the scholarships:
1. PTDF Postgraduate Scholarship For
Masters and PhD Students (Local
Scholarship Scheme LSS)
2. PTDF Postgraduate Scholarship For
Masters and PhD Students  (Overseas
Scholarship Scheme OSS)
3. Nigerian Agip Oil Company (NAOC)
Postgraduate Scholarship
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TO APPLY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP NOW!!!
4. NDDC Postgraduate Overseas
Scholarship Application
5. NLNG Postgraduate Scholarship
Scheme
6. NITDA Postgraduate Scholarship
Application
7. Federal Government Scholarship For
Postgraduate Students
8. PRESSID Presidential Special
Scholarship Award
9. NNPC/ESSO Postgraduate Scholarship
Awards /
10. Sir Emeka Offor Foundation
Scholarship For Secondary,
Undergraduates and Postgraduate
Students
11. Apply For 2015 Dr Murtala
Muhammed Scholarship
1…

List of International Scholarships For Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students In 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018

Here is a list of over 50 available International
scholarships for undergraduate and
Postgraduate students in 2015, 2016, 2017 &
2018. Follow the procedure in the link
provided beneath each listed scholarship to
process your application.
Commonwealth Scholarship for Developing
Countries – Masters and PhD
Each year, the Commonwealth Scholarship
Commission invites each nominating agency,
university or university body to forward a
specific number of nominations for the
commonwealth scholarship for developing
countries for Masters and PhD studies. Each
nominating agency/university/university body
is responsible for its own selection process,
and in most cases they will set a closing date
in the months preceding the CSC’s deadline
for nominations.
Previous Application Deadline: 7 December
See UK
universities
which have
part
funding
agreements with the CSC – cscuk.dfid.gov.uk/
apply/uk-universities/
Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme in
UK Universities
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15 Useful Things you can do online free

There's a whole lot of stuff available online, yet
most of us still spend our time scrolling
Facebook incessantly, present company
included. To whack you out of that self placed
inertia, here's a list of cool stuff you can totally
use for free online.
Some of it is useful, while some of it is just
fun. Regardless, here's a list of cool stuff you
can do online for free!
1. Make some sick beats at
Patatap
They even have matching visuals to
complement the sounds. Jam out with your
friends for a guaranteed good time!
Source - howcast
2. Learn any course you can
imagine at Coursera
Learn from literally thousands of options, a lot
of which are free. Knowledge is power after all,
especially unnecessary knowledge!
Source - dogster
3. Read hilarious online
comics like Dr. Mc Ninja
Or go on to comic prospector and find
something else you like (But if you don't like
Dr.McNinja then you suck)
Source - cloudfront
4. Photoshop pictures
online using Pixlr
No need to sign up or anythi…

University VCs Kick Against New Admission Screening Process

The Secretary General of Association of Vice-
Chancellors of State-Owned Universities,Michael Faborede has appealed to the Federal Government to allow the senate of the different tertiary institution in the country to
prescribe modalities for admission.
He made this call during the 4th Biennial Conference on the Committee of Pro-Chancellors of State-Owned Universities in
Nigeria held at the Tai Solarin University of
Education, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State.
According to him, the federal government
should be careful in making pronouncements
on educational matters that would affect the
states and private universities.
He further called on the pro-chancellors to
support vice-chancellors in their effort towards
building a credible university system

Court Makes Announcement About Buhari’s Certificate

A Federal High Court sitting in Abuja will this
Thursday give its ruling on an application
seeking to stop judgment on an earlier ruling
dismissing the preliminary objection of
President Muhammadu Buhari in a suit
challenging his qualification for the 2015
presidential election.
ALSO READ: BUHARI WAEC CERTIFICATE
UPDATES
Justice Adeniyi Ademola, who had earlier
reserved ruling on the motion for this
Wednesday, had to adjourned to Thursday to
enable service to be delivered to parties in the
case.
When the matter was called up, parties in the suit were not present in court.
Justice Ademola, while suggesting that the absence of the parties
in the suit may be due to the possibility that they were
not served on the new adjourned date,
announced an adjournment to enable parties
to be served on the new adjourned date.
An Abuja based legal practitioner, Nnamdi
Nwokocha-Ahaiwe, had filed an application
asking the Federal High Court to nullify the
election of Buhari as President of Nigeria on
t…

10 Ways Not To Sleep in your Class

Stay Awake in Class. Having trouble
staying awake in class? Maybe the
lecturer is boring, or you just find yourself
nodding off after seating in one place for
more than one hour? Well we have you
covered with this great tips:
1. Bring a water bottle, and drink
plenty of H2O. Staying hydrated is a
key factor in staying awake. Try
putting ice in your water bottle; the
cold water will keep you lively and
alert.
2. Eat a snack. Bring an apple to class!
The natural sugar and the crunch of
an apple will help decrease the
fatigue.
3. Shed a layer. If it’s warm in your
classroom, you’re more likely to fall
asleep. So take off your jacket or
open a window to catch the cool
breeze.
4. Chew gum. Chewing gum is a
repetitive act that keeps the blood
flowing and takes your mind off the
tiredness.
5. Save the daydreaming for after
class. Daydreaming in a one-way
track to falling asleep! Taking notes
is one way of focusing. Whether it’s
by hand or on a laptop, jotting down
notes will help to keep you…

Maritime University To Resume Fully – Naval Chief Announces

The Nigerian Navy said on Tuesday that
the naval Maritime University in Ibuza,
Oshimili North Local Government Area of
Delta, would soon commence academic
work.
The Chief of Naval Staff (CNS), Vice-Adm.
Ibok-Ete Ibas, made the disclosure when
he visited the Nigerian Navy Ship (NNS)
Delta in Warri.
Ibas said that the process of obtaining
the required approval for already
constructed institution was being
concluded.
The
naval
chief
said
the
proposed university was initially conceived
as a Navy College.
Ibas explained that the university was
established in order to close academic
gap which had necessitated the Nigerian
Navy sending its personnel abroad to
acquire some special skills.
”The moment the Federal Executive
Council (FEC) grants the approval to
commence operations, the university will
start academic activities.
“It is true that the Navy is in the process
of obtaining the necessary clearance to
have it converted to a university that will
serve the navy as well as members of the
p…