How to Secure Your Dream Job With a Low G.P.A


Securing Your Dream Job With a Low G.P.A Do GPA’S still affect how we are viewed and perceived by potential employers? Yes? No? Let me help you, yes, yes, yes! GPA’s still matter to prospective employers and although many now pick experience and other skills over your GPA, it is still very important. However, as time goes by and as you go up your career ladder, there would be a significant decrease in the need to know your GPA, and experience under your belt matters more(no one asks a 52-year-old executive what grade she got in First year Math).  Going by [...]

How to Secure Your Dream Job With a Low G.P.A2022-11-21T06:33:15+00:00

Exam Preparation: These are Ten study tips for You


Exam preparation: Ten study tips Preparing for exams? Give yourself the best chance with these top ten study tips, and try not to let the stress get to you! Remember: you've got this. Give yourself enough time to study Don't leave it until the last minute. While some students do seem to thrive on last-minute cramming, it's widely accepted that (for most of us) this is not the best way to approach an exam. To help sort out your time management, set up a timetable for your study. Write down how many exams you have and the days on which you [...]

Exam Preparation: These are Ten study tips for You2022-11-21T06:29:15+00:00

Apply for the Fully Funded Ashinaga Africa Initiative Scholarship for Undergraduates


Apply For the Fully Funded Ashinaga Africa Initiative Scholarship for Undergraduates The Ashinaga Africa Initiative's mission is to contribute to Sub-Saharan Africa’s expanding role in global development through increasing access to higher education abroad for orphaned students. The scheme offers is a fully funded scholarship that covers tuition fees, basic medical insurance, travel costs and accommodation Eligibility Applicants should: Have lost one or both parents Have completed secondary school and received the results of their national secondary school examination within the last two years or will have completed and received their final results before February 28th, 2023. Should not be older [...]

Apply for the Fully Funded Ashinaga Africa Initiative Scholarship for Undergraduates2022-09-25T15:25:08+00:00

Stuck in a Career Path you are Unhappy with?


It is important to say that an average human get unhappy with their career path or job at some time in their life. However, what is important is how you get unstuck and move forward. As humans, our needs are insatiable and changes constantly, so it is normal for you to always want a better job or a career that makes you happy and fulfilled. Your job should fulfil you emotionally, financially, and intellectually, therefore, it is okay to want a change when you are not getting any of these. Are you stuck at a job you no longer love?  Are [...]

Stuck in a Career Path you are Unhappy with?2022-09-27T07:56:59+00:00

How to make mentorship work for you


I am a product of mentorship and trust me when I say that I have enjoyed every bit of it. Many successful entrepreneurs attribute their success to mentorship, and I believe that a mentorship is a tool necessary for career success. Having a great relationship with your mentors can help your career significantly and take you to the next level of your career. Also, the right mentors or networks can connect you with amazing career opportunities you might not have thought about if you did not have mentors. However, how do you make ample use of a mentorship opportunity? How should [...]

How to make mentorship work for you2022-02-15T20:53:12+00:00

How to Make the Most of your University Experience  


What you do during your days in the university matters a lot and you must make every day count. Balancing your academic, social, and career life should be a priority to you while at the university. Here are a few ways you can spend your time in the university and make the most of it. Participating in extra-curricular activities is important, extra-curricular activities are arguably as important as the degree you have enrolled for. From choosing the right university to experiencing university life, it is only normal for you to fully experience the full ‘package’. Make sure to participate in sporting [...]

How to Make the Most of your University Experience  2022-09-27T08:02:58+00:00

From University to Work: Valuable lessons Part 1


It usually will take on average, between 4-5 years through studying for a degree, and fulfilling the necessary post-study requirements (Like NYSC, for Nigerian Students) before you land your first job. The journey through getting admitted into the university, studying, graduating, and then landing your first job, is full of lessons worth sharing. In this first part of this article, I will be sharing some of the lessons I learnt from studying for a degree. These lessons are not exhaustive; however, they provide valuable insights for undergraduates and young people seeking to study for a degree.   Identify What Drives You [...]

From University to Work: Valuable lessons Part 12021-03-08T12:49:52+00:00

Young Entrepreneurs: How to Succeed in Business while in School


It feels exciting when you catch that business idea. The thought of how you can transform lives and make all the money usually takes the lead. You start thinking, “now I can make some money while in school and save up for bigger moves after I graduate” Not bad. I guess we all want to feel that way. However, in reality, combining business and school is anything but easy. It takes a lot of hard work (and smart work) to put in significant time attending classes and reading for your exams, plus, ensuring your business is delivering the best product and/or [...]

Young Entrepreneurs: How to Succeed in Business while in School2020-12-02T10:29:36+00:00

Changing a Course in University


Sitting down at my desktop and typing this article, it is so funny how life unravels itself, how easy it is as individuals to make plans and envision your life going in a certain direction and then seeing your life go the opposite direction. I remember receiving my admission letter into Chemical Engineering and I was extremely excited, all those nights punching in numbers, all those formulas I crammed, everything paid off and I was super proud of myself. I would never forget how wide my mother's smile was, her own Chukwuemeka, his father’s pride was now an engineer. Let me [...]

Changing a Course in University2020-11-26T14:18:13+00:00
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