A new World Bank report has identified entrepreneurship education and training as a catalyst that could stimulate innovation and generate jobs among university graduates, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa where graduate unemployment rates are high. The burning question is whether entrepreneurship
Why Nigerian Graduates Find it Difficult to be Self-Reliant after Graduation? Experts sought to find out where Nigeria got it wrong, whether the problem is with the curriculum or its implementation.
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As part of the efforts of the Borno State Government in fighting the evils of terrorism and insurgency in the region, the governor, Kashim Shettima said that 50 students of the sate have left for India on irrigation agricultural training.
The death of 19 graduates during the Nigerian Immigration Service recruitment exercise last Saturday raises doubts about the relevance of entrepreneurship education in the country.
The authorities of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, call the courses that prepare students
As the Roman historian, Plutarch (AD 46-120) had noted: "The mind is not a vessel to be filled but a fire to be kindled." Given their corrupt and greedy lifestyles, Nigeria's leaders do not seem to care about integrity or
A delegation from the Wolverhampton University, United Kingdom (UK), led by its Vice-Chancellor, Professor Geoff Layer, has paid a courtesy visit to the Executive Secretary, National Universities Commission (NUC), Professor Julius Okojie, to explore collaboration with the Commission in the
Chairman of Origin Group of Companies, Mr J. S. Samuel, has described the University of Ilorin as a transparent, committed, serious and dedicated university that has a lot in common with his company in terms of management.
Mr Samuel stated this
It’s that time of the year again where we all take a seat and reflect on how the year had been. We make some tweaks here and there, note the failures, make vigorous promise to fix the problems and generally
Nigeria’s leading telecommunications company, has launched a free online education service in an effort to empower entrepreneurs and businessmen with first class business education.
The iLearning initiative, a collaboration with South African based business school Regenesys, seek to provide business education
It is said that the ultimate solution to the menace of youth unemployment in Nigeria lies in youth entrepreneurship programme. The conviction is that not only is the informal sector a major driver of the economy, many people also believe