Call for Applications for Unibank Ghana Ltd Scholarships for KNUST 2017/2018 Academic Year

Unibank Ghana Limited in Collaboration with KNUST is offering scholarships to needy but brilliant students in the University in order to help them pursue their education successfully. Eligibility: The Scholarship is opened to all Second (2nd), Third (3rd) and Fourth (4th) year students of the University, pursuing full-time programs. All applicants must be Ghanaian Regular students.


National service postpones 2017/2018 registration

Registration of service personnel for the 2017/2018 service year has been postponed from Monday 17th July 2017 to Monday, July 24th July, 2017. A statement from the secretariat on Thursday said the postponement was to afford the stakeholders ample time to prepare for the process. “All prospective national service personnel and the general public are to note that the

Things to do during the long vacation

Things To Do During The Long Vacation

After a long, tiring and exciting semester it is time to put your books aside and take some time off to relax and refresh ourselves for the next semester. I know most of you would like to spend the vacation in bed all day and watch all the movies that you couldn’t finish while in school but

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Government buildings to house students in South Africa

Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande says the department is making steady progress in its joint work with the Department of Public Works to identify under-utilized government buildings to be converted into student accommodation. Presenting the department’s Budget Vote to Parliament on Tuesday, Minister Nzimande acknowledged that the department’s Student Housing Infrastructure Programme (SHIP)

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Should you invest in African student housing?

According to real estate firm JLL, “demand for new purpose-built student accommodation across sub-Saharan Africa is set to exceed 500,000 beds over the next five years”. It looks like supplying this accommodation will largely be the remit of the private sector – it’s no secret that there are public sector budget constraints across Africa. Does