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British Council Release 10 Important Facts You Must Consider When Searching/Applying for School/Scholarship Abroad-You Can’t Apply Without Reading 2 and 7

THE BRITISH COUNCIL The Council has noticed in the last 7years many recorded efforts wasted by young aspirant who wish to undertake a study scholarship abroad and hereby wish to give an insight on how to successfully apply for a study scholarship abroad. 10 IMPORTANT FACTS THAT WILL HELP YOU WIN …

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Study in Australia- McDonald Charlie Bell Scholarship for Future Leaders in Australia, 2018

About Scholarship Applications are invited for Charlie Bell Scholarship for Future Leaders for the year 2018. Australian citizen or permanent resident are eligible to apply for this scholarship programme. The Scholarship is designed to encourage people to realise their academic and professional goals by awarding a measure of financial support. The Scholarship, …

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Law Scholarships Studies | Universities in Australia & New Zealand

Law Schools in Australia: Equity Scholarships Scheme at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) – Need-based scholarships at Australia’s Queensland University of Technology, available to students of all levels studying law, business, education, health, science or engineering. Juris Doctor (JD) Scholarship for International Students at University of New South Wales (UNSW) – Law scholarships for international …

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European Union (EU) To Stop President Paul Kagame Against “2034” Constitutional Policy In Rwanda

“More of a coronation than real contest.” That’s how the UN secretary Jeppe Tranholm-Mikkelsen characterised Rwanda’s presidential poll slated for 4 August. It sums up the reality well. In countries with competitive politics, elections are an important moment giving rise to debate and excitement. Not so in Rwanda. Rwandans have become accustomed …

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Bloody Sunday!!! Gun men storm Anambra State in uniform, killed scores and many injured

An undisclosed number of people have reportedly been killed at St Phillip’s Catholic Church, in Ozubulu, a town in Ekwusigo Local Government Area, of Anambra State.   A witness said it was some gunmen, others said it was Boko Haram who concealed their identities with masks, broke into the church, …

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INEC disclose plans and new technology that will make IPOB members to vote in Anambra election, the northerners are happy

It has been revealed that the Senate House of Representatives on Friday are pushing a bill to change the method adopted for elections to  what they seem as a clear and standard approach starting with Anambra State. The higher chamber consisting mainly of the APC had on Wednesday last week voted in …

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