The Google Ph.D. Fellowship Program provides monetary support up to $30,000 and mentorship to graduate students currently enrolled in Ph.D. programs.
Information About the Presidential Proclamation Suspending Entry of Certain Immigrants Yesterday evening the President issued a proclamation suspending […]
Canada Aims to Fast Track Nigerian Student Applications
President Trump’s administration has decided to add six countries to the U.S. Restricted Travel List. The new travel ban includes 4 African Countries – Nigeria, Eritrea, Sudan, and Tanzania. Other African countries included are all in East Africa and include Eritrea, Sudan, and Tanzania.
In order to obtain a visa, there are specific requirements that must be met by each applicant. It is always a good idea to start preparing for this part of the process early on so that you can be sure you are able to meet each requirement sufficiently.
Many African students dream of traveling to the UK to attend university. They’re excited about the multicultural glamour and fine art of London, or the wild, barren reaches of Scotland or Wales. If this is your dream, you’re probably wondering how to achieve it.
If you dream of attending an Australian university, here’s how to make that fantasy come true.
The prestigious London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) recently announced three Standard Bank Derek Cooper Africa Scholarships for the 2019/20 school year.
The Yale Young African Scholars Program (YYAS) brings together African secondary school students between the ages of 15–18 for a tuition-free, intensive academic and leadership program that lasts eight-days per session. In 2019 the program will be held in three countries—Ghana, Kenya, and Zimbabwe—between late July and end of August.
Looking for the top colleges in America? You are not alone! Many people are interested in knowing which are considered the best of the best, and they may even be interested in getting their application in. Even with acceptance rates of 7 percent, like at Harvard University, it never hurts to throw your hat in the ring and see if you are one of the chosen ones.