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I know somebody who is extremely despondent with her job. It isn’t so much that she’s having an awful week or a hard day, it’s been long stretches of disappointment, feeling unfulfilled, medicating with food on the way to work, and wanting something more.

With her daily commute, office hours and the work that lingers after work, she spends at least 10 hours a day devoted to her job. And that doesn’t count all of the time and energy she spends thinking about how much she hates her job. She agonizes over the fact that she is doing something that makes her miserable and something she doesn’t care about.

She is compromising her health, happiness and relationships for a paycheck. She is overwhelmed and stuck in fear, resistance and uncertainty. This is a true story and if you aren’t in this situation, it might sound dramatic, but it’s real. It’s real for my friend, for so many of you (I read your email) and it was my reality too.

My friend is stuck and I thought the advice I shared with her might be helpful if you hate your job too.

Things To Consider

1. You are not what you do.
If you measure your worth by what you earn, how you contribute financially or what your title is, you may lack clarity on what you really have to offer. You are worth so much more than what you do, or what you earn just because of who you are. Your value as a person is not tied to your job.

2. Interest trumps skill.
Just because you are good at what you do doesn’t mean you are supposed to be doing it. When you become passionately interested in something, you can learn how to do it well.

3. Your next job might not be your dream job
If you are waiting to quit your job until your dream job comes along, consider that there might be something in between. When you are overwhelmed and feel stuck, it can be a challenge to know what you want to do next. All of your energy is spent on survival mode, so a stop over between the job you hate and the job you’ll love can be a beautiful respite. If you want to take things to the next level, keep in mind that the next level isn’t always up.

4. When you put yourself first, you can better serve everyone around you.
You tell yourself that you are staying at your job to support your family, but aside from dollars in the bank, are you supporting your family? How are you taking care of your body, brain, heart and soul so that you can offer your best self to support the people you love? Your work-style and lifestyle are connected. They support each other, or they don’t.

5. Familiarity is not certainty.
Your job and all of the benefits that come with it aren’t any more certain than what’s on the other side of giving your notice.

6. When your desire for purpose, peace, love, and happiness becomes greater than your fear of uncertainty, you’ll quit.
Hating your job isn’t enough. You need to love something more than you hate your job. Instead of waiting for the enough is enough stomp your feet and scream “I quit” moment, look for a quiet awareness of what matters most in your life, of the temporary nature of things, and the belief that you deserve so much more.

7. Until you have clarity on that, ask for help.
Find a friend or two that will support you as you go through this process. Not a co-worker who hates her job too, but someone who can see the bigger picture.
You abhor your job. You wind up grumbling about it every day to your family and companions. Each Sunday night, you disclose to yourself that you’re going to quit at last and find another job because you can’t take it any longer. … But you don’t.

Instead, you go to work, come home, complain, and start the whole cycle over again. You’re completely miserable in your current job, but you’re absolutely terrified to find a new job. But why?

You’re afraid of the unknown.
Yes, starting a new job can be scary. You have to adapt to a new work environment, make new work friends, and even learn some new skills – and you don’t know if you’ll even like it after everything’s said and done. What if it turns out to be worse than your last job? What if they don’t like you? What if you don’t fit in? What if you don’t perform on the level they expected? It’s similar to starting at a new school where you don’t know anyone, where anything is, or how your teachers are going to be.

The truth is, starting a new job can be intimidating. You’re walking into a new situation and you’re not sure what to expect. The best thing you can do is get to know the company as much as you can before accepting a job there. Learn it inside out, make an effort to get to know people you’d be working with over LinkedIn or coffee, and ask questions that can give you insight on the company culture.
You’re not confident in what you have to offer.
Don’t feel like you’ve got what it takes to make it anywhere else? Afraid to find a new job because you don’t want to look like an incompetent employee? If you think you’re lacking the skills to succeed elsewhere, take an inventory of your skill sets then compare them to the skill sets that are required for the jobs you’re considering. What are you missing? Where do you need to ramp up your skills? Do you have additional skills that could lend themselves to the job? How and why?

You’re not really sure what you have to offer.
You need to understand what you have to offer so you can market yourself effectively to employers. Again, go in and take a look at your skill sets. Think about past accomplishments at work. What have you achieved? What are you proud of? What problem do you solve at your current company?

You don’t know what you want to do next.
You want to find a new job, but you have no idea what you want to do. All you know is that you hate your current job and you want out. If you’re having trouble figuring out what you want to do next, you need to take some time to explore. Research different jobs, industries, and companies. Talk to people about their work, why they like it, hate it, and what excites them about it. Take some time to figure out what interests you and what projects energize you.

You’re afraid of the financial repercussions.
What if you don’t get the benefits you have at your current job? What if you have to take a pay cut? What if it takes too long to find a new job and you run out of money? Research competitive salary rates using the Glassdoor Know Your Worth salary calculator before you look for a new job. Research the companies you’re interested in to learn about what kinds of benefits they offer employees.

It’s important to understand what your priorities and must-haves are in your new job. The last thing you want to do is accept a job knowing that it won’t meet your needs because it will just result in you looking for a new job in a few months. However, understand that you might not necessarily make the same paycheck as your current job. Research so you know what to expect.
Applications are currently ongoing for the University of Wollongong in Dubai Undergraduate Scholarships for International Students. Interested students should see the details below.

The University of Wollongong in Dubai, abbreviated as UOWD, is a private university located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The University is one of the UAE’s oldest universities, having been founded in 1993. The Campus has over 3,500 students from more than 108 countries.

The UOW Dubai Campus is located in Dubai, one of the seven emirates of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the Largest city in United Arab Emirates. The Campus is situated at Dubai Knowledge Village, an educational free trade zones campus in the city of Dubai that provides facilities for training and learning institutions.

The undergraduate Academic Merit Scholarship at UOWD covers 15% – 50% of tuition fees each semester. The scholarship does not include textbooks, excursions, accommodation, living expenses or any other study-related expenses.

Scholarship Type:

Host Country:

Eligible Countries:

Eligibility for University of Wollongong in Dubai Undergraduate Scholarships:
Applications are open to students of any citizenship.
Applications are open to new (entry level) students.
Applicants must have achieved the minimum grades as listed in the Curriculum table below.
Applicants must meet all of the academic and admission criteria to be admitted to the University and be intending to enrol in the relevant session for which they have applied.
Scholarship Benefits:
Three categories of scholarship are available to undergraduate students.

    50% scholarship (conditions apply)
    25% scholarship
    15% scholarship
How to Apply for the University of Wollongong in Dubai Undergraduate Scholarships
If you would like to apply for any of the UOWD Scholarships, you should submit an Application for Scholarship form, along with supporting documentation relevant to your chosen Scholarship (academic transcripts, completion certificate(s), awards, referee reports, alumni ID, as appropriate) to the Registrar’s Department.

Applications must be received by the closing date (as listed below) and submitted via the Scholarship Form.

Programme Webpage

Application Deadline:
6th September 2018.
The Central Bank of Ireland, a knowledge-based organization is offering Scholarship Opportunities to International students who are looking to pursue a degree program in Ireland.

This Scholarship Programme is designed to identify and nurture talent and to support motivated individuals to start a career while, in partnership with Griffith College, pursuing further education.

Scholarship Type:

Eligible Countries:

Eligibility for Central Bank Of Ireland International Scholarships:
Applicants must be International Students
Applicants must have recently completed their Leaving Certificate and have attained, or expect to attain in the current academic year, a minimum of two honours grades (H5s), and a minimum of four ordinary level grades (O6), including a minimum O6 in ordinary level Maths and a minimum O6 in an ordinary level language.
Applicants must be Fluent in English Language and have great communication skills
How to Apply for the Scholarship:
Application is done online

Apply now for a place on this Scholarship Programme.

As part of your application, you will be asked to describe some of your achievements and your motivations in applying for the Scholarship Programme.

Visit The Scholarship Webpage For More Information

Applications Deadline:
August 12th 2018.
The article you are about to read is a well researched article on Ghent University in Belgium, the article is about its history, admission process, faculties present in the school, bachelor’s and masters programmes ran in UGent, scholarship opportunities, exchange student programme, PhD vacancies, QS ranking and many more. This article is a comprehensive detail about the Ghent University, Belgium.
The Ghent University (Dutch: Universiteit Gent) is a public research university located in Ghent, Belgium. It was established in 1817 by King William 1 of Netherlands as a Latin-speaking State University.

After the Belgian revolution of 1830 the newly formed Belgian State began to administer the University.

In 1930 the UGent became the first Dutch speaking university in Belgium whereas French had previously been the standard academic language. In 1991 the University was granted major autonomy and changed its name from the State University of Ghent to the Ghent University.

The Ghent University is abbreviated as UGent. The motto of the UGent in Latin is “Inter Utrumque” and translated to mean “in between and both” in English. The first rector of the UGent was JC van Rotterdam. The current rector is Rik van de Walle.

Ghent University Courses
Bachelor Degree Programmes By Area in the UGent:
Philosophy and Moral Sciences
Linguistics and Literary Studies
Archaeology and Art Sciences
Law, Notarial Law and Criminology
Psychology and Educational Sciences
Economics and Business Economics
Political and Social Sciences
Social Health Sciences
Physical Education and Rehabilitation Sciences
Applied Biological Sciences
Veterinary Medicine
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Biomedical Sciences
Industrial Sciences and Technology
Audiovisual and visual arts
Music and Performing Arts
Business Studies
Applied Language Studies
Nautical Sciences
Masters Degree In UGent:
The UGent runs ten programmes in its Master’s degree.

Environmental Studies & Earth Sciences.
Engineering & Technology
Medicine & Health
Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Agriculture & Forestry
Applied Sciences & Professions
Business & Management
Social Sciences
Computer Science & IT
Ghent University Tuition Fee:
The tuition fee for UGent students are categorized into two; tuition fee for EEA students and non EEA students. The tuition fee also consist of a fixed amount and an amount per credit.

Tuition fee for Bachelor’s degree programmes, Linkage Programme and Preparatory programme for the 2018-2019 academic session is

€238.30 fixed amount + € 11.40 per credit. For 60 credits: €922.30

Study allowance Flemish Community (“Studietoelage”) €108.80. For more details on the UGent tuition fee, check the University website. The tuition fee for non EEA students enrolled in Dutch taught bachelor degree programmes is the same for the Masters degree programme.

Tuition fee for Masters Programme (not advanced) and specified teacher programme 2018-2019.

By Faculty:
Faculty of Arts and Philosophy
Standard tuition fee (€238.30 fixed amount + €11.40 per credit) + higher tuition fee (€14.50 per credit)

For 60 credits: €1792.30

Faculty of Law and Criminology
Standard tuition fee (€238.30 fixed amount + €11.40 per credit) + higher tuition fee (€76,70 per credit)

For 60 credits: €5524.30

Faculty of Sciences
Standard tuition fee (€238.30 fixed amount + €11.40 per credit) + higher tuition fee (€14.50 per credit)

For 60 credits: €1792.30

Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Standard tuition fee (€238.30 fixed amount + €11.40 per credit) + higher tuition fee (€76,70 per credit)

For 60 credits: €5524.30

Faculty of Engineering and Architecture
Standard tuition fee (€238.30 fixed amount + €11.40 per credit) + higher tuition fee (€76,70 per credit)

For 60 credits: €5524.30

Faculty of Economics and Business Administration
Standard tuition fee (€238.30 fixed amount + €11.40 per credit) + higher tuition fee (€76,70 per credit)

For 60 credits: €5524.30

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Standard tuition fee (€238.30 fixed amount + €11.40 per credit) + higher tuition fee (€76,70 per credit)

For 60 credits: €5524.30

Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences
Standard tuition fee (€238.30 fixed amount + €11.40 per credit) + higher tuition fee (€14.50 per credit)

For 60 credits: €1792.30

Faculty of Bioscience Engineering
Standard tuition fee (€238.30 fixed amount + €11.40 per credit) + higher tuition fee (€76,70 per credit)

For 60 credits: €5524.30

Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Standard tuition fee (€238.30 fixed amount + €11.40 per credit) + higher tuition fee (€35,20 per credit)

For 60 credits: €3034.30

Faculty of Political and Social Sciences
Standard tuition fee (€238.30 fixed amount + €11.40 per credit) + higher tuition fee (€14.50 per credit)

For 60 credits: €1792.30

>Interfaculty Master-after-Bachelor Programmes

Faculty of Sciences and Faculty of Bioscience Engineering and Faculty of Engineering and Architecture
‘Master of Science in Bioinformatics’:
Standard tuition fee (€238.30 fixed amount + €11.40 per credit) + higher tuition fee (€14.50 per credit)

For 60 credits: €1792.30.

Diploma contract and credit contract
€ 238.30 fixed amount + € 11.40 per credit

For 60 credits: € 922.30

Study allowance Flemish Community (“Studietoelage”) € 108.80.

Admission into Ghent University Bachelor’s Degree Programme:
For prospective students that want to apply through “direct admission”. The list of diplomas the UGent accepts are listed in its website. If your diploma is listed on the schools website then you will be required to upload this diploma and its transcripts. You will then be informed by e-mail on how to proceed for enrollment.

The Ghent University accepts diplomas such as:

a Belgian degree, for specific diplomas a list is available in Dutch
an “European Baccalaureate” issued by a European School
an “International Baccalaureate – du baccalauréat international” delivered by the International Baccalaureate Office (Geneva, Switzerland)
a diploma from the NATO SHAPE-school
Germany: “Zeugnis der allgemeinen Hochschulreife/Abitur”.
France: “Baccalauréat Général”, “Baccalauréat Technologique” or “Baccalauréat Professionnel”
Luxembourg: “Certificat de Fin d’Etudes secondaires” or “diplôme de Fin d’Etudes secondaires techniques”
The Netherlands: “Voorbereidend wetenschappelijk onderwijs” (VWO)”, “Getuigschrift van met goed gevolg afgelegd propedeutisch examen” of “Getuigschrift Propedeuse Hoger Beroepsonderwijs”
Suriname: “Voorbereidend wetenschappelijk onderwijs” (VWO)”
USA: “High school diploma” + transcript of records, with a minimum of 4APs (Advanced Placements), with an original Apostille seal
A foreign diploma declared equivalent by NARIC
A foreign university bachelor or master diploma, correctly certified/legalised
a correctly certified/legalised diploma with an accompanying access declaration stating that, on the grounds of that diploma, the student can be admitted to university studies of the country in which the diploma was awarded, if this country has ratified the Lisbon Recognition Convention.
>Apply for admission:

If an individual would be admitted in his/her own country then chances are that individual might be admitted into the UGent but would need to fill out an application process which would include the following:

>Declaration of access to a university bachelor programme in the country where the diploma was awarded for the purpose of access to a bachelor programme at Ghent University an authorised person confirms this by completing this form

>A confirmation that you have been accepted at a university in your home country

>A certificate of enrolment from a university in your home country.

Language Requirements:

All bachelor programmes are instructed in Dutch.

You cannot enrol without a valid proof of the required level of Dutch

Dutch at level B2 is required upon enrolment for most bachelor programmes

Level C1 is required for the Bachelor of Arts in Applied Language Studies (Bachelor of Arts in de toegepaste taalkunde).

Masters Programmes Taught in Dutch:
Most Master’s degree programmes are taught in Dutch, you cannot enroll without a valid proof of required level in Dutch.

Dutch at level B2 is required upon enrolment into most masters degree programme.

Masters Degree Programme Taught in English.
Some Master’s degree programmes are taught in English , you cannot enroll without a valid proof of required level on English.

English at level B2 is required upon enrolment into most masters degree programme.

Validity of Language Proof:

The prospective students must posses a validity of language proof.

On the UGent website the validity of language proof states that:

Any accepted proof of language proficiency must be valid upon enrolment

The validity date mentioned on the language certificate cannot be exceeded

If no validity date is mentioned on the language certificate, the certificate can be no older than 4 academic years, counting from the academic year after the proof of language was acquired.

How To Apply For A Bachelor’s Degree Programme:
There are four steps in which a prospective student must pass through if he/she is to apply into the Ghent University. These steps are:

Make sure that you meet the admission requirements
Check application deadlines
Start up the application procedure
Legalise your documents.
Admission To Masters Programme In UGent:
There are two types of Maters programme in the Ghent University.

There is the:

1)(Initial) master, also referred to as manaba.

2)Advanced or subsequent master, also referred to as manama.

Under the Initial Masters(Manaba)

Initial) master

Holders of an appropriate Belgian academic bachelor degree

Holders of a foreign university bachelor degree or higher education bachelor diploma: bachelor of minimum three years

In some cases applicants cannot be admitted directly to a master programme but have to do a specific preparatory or linking course (between 45 and 90 ECTS credits) first , depending on their previous studies

2)Under the Advanced Masters (Manama), the provisions are:

Holders of an appropriate Belgian master degree (manaba)

Holders of a foreign university master degree or higher education master diploma

Most advanced master programmes only accept applications from holders of a master diploma, certain programmes may accept a bachelor of minimum 4 years.

Canada is becoming an increasingly popular destination for Nigerian students. Before you can go to study in Canada, there are a few simple steps that every Nigerian national must take. It is important to know how to apply and exactly what documents to show the Canadian authorities.
If you want to travel to Canada for post-secondary education, read through our five simple steps for applying for your Canadian study permit!


In order to apply for a Canadian study permit, first, you must obtain an acceptance letter from a Canadian university. The acceptance letter must contain specific information and while most schools will be familiar with the requirements, you can always verify the contents of your letter by comparing it here! As well, the letter must come from a Designated Learning Institution (DLI). This is an organization authorized by the Canadian government to host international students.

Finally, it is worth noting that not all programs of study are eligible for post-graduation work permits. Ensure that your program is eligible prior to applying by consulting with an immigration expert.


Once you receive your letter of acceptance, you can begin preparing your Canadian study permit application. This application requires extensive documentation proving your intentions in Canada and your ability to support yourself. The exact documents required vary from country to country, but you can verify your individual document requirements by consulting the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website.

Please note that if you are applying to attend a school in the province of Quebec, you must obtain a certificat d’acceptation du Québec (CAQ) before you can submit a study permit application!

Generally, when you submit the study permit application you will have to provide the following documentation, in addition to those documents requested for your country:

Acceptance Letter: As discussed in Step One.

Proof of Financial Support: You must demonstrate that you have sufficient funds to support yourself and any accompanying family members during your first year in Canada. You must show proof that you can cover your tuition fees as well as your cost of living (accommodations, food, etc.).


You’ve checked and double-checked that you’ve included all required documents for the study permit application and you are ready to submit. You can submit your application using the online web-portal or by submitting a paper-based application in hard copy to your designated visa application centre (VAC). Processing times vary greatly from country to country, ranging from a few weeks to a few months, so be sure to plan in advance!


If you are living outside of Canada and your application is approved you will receive a Letter of Introduction at the Port of Entry (POE) as well as a travel visa (if required for your country of citizenship). These documents will authorize you to travel to a Canadian POE to obtain your study permit. Your study permit will not be mailed to you, you can only pick it up when you land at a Canadian POE and speak to a border official.

If you are living inside of Canada and your application is approved then your study permit will be mailed to you.


If your study permit is approved and you enter Canada as an international student, you must meet the requirements below in order to maintain legal status in Canada! You must:
Always be enrolled at a Designated Learning Institution (DLI);
Make progress towards completing your program;
Respect any conditions listed on your study permit;
Stop studying if you no longer meet the requirements, and;
Leave Canada when your permit expires.

Hope this article was helpful?
The University of Nairobi is a home for African Education, One of the oldest Universities in the Home of East Africa, The School has great Students and Alumni. This post is designed to give you full details on the University of Nairobi Admission, Tuition Fees, Scholarships, Courses and Ranking.
The University of Nairobi (UoN) is a collegiate public research university. It is one of the largest universities in Kenya.

The University of Nairobi was established as an educational institution dates in 1956 but became an independent university in 1970.

The University of Nairobi was created from the University of East Africa this year. The university motto states, In Unity and Work. The university of Nairobi has an undergraduate population of 49,488 and a postgraduate population of 12,424.

The university has one urban campus and has academic affiliations with ACU. The University of Nairobi launched a self-funded enrollment policy(also called ‘module 2’) in 2011 to cope with the rising demand for higher education in Kenya.

University of Nairobi Tuition Fees:
The University of Nairobi Tuition fees is dependent on the Level or Programme carried out by any Student. These fees can also be affected based on Sponsorships. Students on Scholarships pay less than what other Students pay. Generall University of Nairobi Fees are estimated to be  176,460 KES.

For a detailed Information. Download the Pdf of Tuition Fee Structure of the University of Nairobi Here

University of Nairobi Faculties & Courses:
The university of Nairobi has six colleges, which are headed by individual principals. These colleges are: College of Architecture and Engineering, College of Health Sciences, College of Biological and Physical Sciences, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences and College of Education and External Studies.

Some departmental programmes offered in the university of Nairobi include:

African Clothing and Footwear Research Network (ACFRN),
African Women’s Studies Centre,
Agricultural Economics,
Animal Production,
Business Administration,
Chemistry Department,
Civil and Construction Engineering,
Clinical Medicine and Therapeutics,
Clinical Studies,
Commercial Law,
Communication Skills and Studies,
Confucius, Conservative and Prosthetic Dentistry
Diagnostic Imaging & Radiation Medicine,
Distance Studies,
Education Administration and Planning,
Education Communication and Technology,
Education Studies, Educational Foundations,
Electrical and Information Engineering,
Environmental and Bio systems Engineering,
Ethics and Research Committee,
Extra Mural Studies,
Finance & Accounting,
Food Science,
Nutrition and Technology,
Geo spatial and Space Technology,
Human Anatomy,
Human Pathology,
Information Science,
Korean Studies,
Land Resource Management & Agricultural Technology,
Management Science,
Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering,
Medical Microbiology,
Medical Physiology,
Obstetrics & Gynaecology,
Orthopaedic Surgery,
Paediatrics/Dentistry and Orthodontics,
Periodontology/Community and Preventive Dentistry,
Pharmaceutical Chemistry,
Pharmaceutics and Pharmacy Practice,
Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy,
Physical Education and Sports,
Plant Science and Crop Protection,
Political Science,
Private Law,
Public Health Pharmacology & Tox,
Public Law,
Real Estate and Construction Management,
Oral Medicine/Pathology,
Oral/Maxillofacial Radiology,
Urban And Regional Planning,
Vet Farm,
Vet. Anatomy And Physiology,
Veterinary Pathology,
Microbiology & Parasitology.
University Of Nairobi Admission Procedure
Admission to study any programme in the University of Nairobi is done according to well laid down procedures. The admission options which are available to prospective students are as follows:-

The Undergraduate Module I Students (Sponsored by the Kenyan Government):
This is done through the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS). Formerly known as the national Joint Admission Board (JAB), a board that in charge of students admission for all public universities in Kenya.

The Undergraduate Module II (SELF Sponsored) Students:
Owing to the fact that the government sponsorship can only cater for very few qualifying candidates, the university gives an option for self sponsorship. In this option, admission will be done internally at the university. To apply for any undergraduate programme as a self sponsored student, applicants can obtain an application form from the UNES offices upon payment of an application fee.

Postgraduate Students:
Admission to any postgraduate programme at the university is handled by the Board of Postgraduate Studies (BPS) in close consultancy with the relevant school or faculty. In order to apply for a postgraduate admission, kindly access the application link at application.uonbi.a . And download the manual guide available by clicking on the Online student Application Manual. Application forms can also be collected from the BPS/UNES upon payment of application fee.

The University of Nairobi has three intakes in an Academic year, with the main intake is organized between September/October for all the courses.

Between December/January for Bachelor of Education(Arts), Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Commerce,Bachelor of Hospitality Management, Bachelor of Travel and Tourism and the final batch is taken between April/May for Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Education(Arts), Bachelor of Education Early Childhood, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Economics, Bachelor of Economics and Statistics, Bachelor of Journalism and media Studies, Bachelor of Art Broadcast Production, Bachelor of Hospitality Management, Bachelor of Travel and Tourism, Bachelor of Arts Broadcast Production and all Diploma and Certificate courses

University of Nairobi Address
From World Map the University of Nairobi is Located in Kenya East Africa.

P.O.Box 30197, GPO, Nairobi, Kenya

Tel: (+254-20) 3318262/ (+254-020) 2429997

Fax: (+254-20) 245566

We deem it necessary to bring everything about their Scholarships, Admission, Courses Offered, Tuition Fee, Ranking etc. to the knowledge of the International Students Community who wish to Study Abroad.

Established in 2007, Khalifa University of Science Technology and Research, (KUSTAR), popularly known as Khalifa University is an institution of higher learning with a science-based focus.

The Khalifa University of Science Technology and Research is located in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates with a satellite campus in Sharjah.

A decree issued by the President of United Arab Emirates resulted in the founding of Khalifa University of Science Technology and Research with a view to aiding the support in knowledge-based economy that will contribute to the state’s post oil future.

Courses Available At The Khalifa University Of Science Technology And Research:
Undergraduate programmes:

College of engineering:

BSc in Aerospace Engineering
BSc in Biomedical Engineering
BSc in Chemical Engineering
BSc in Civil Engineering
BSc in Computer Engineering
BSc in Electrical Engineering
BSc in Industrial and Systems Engineering
BSc in Mechanical Engineering
BSc in Petroleum Engineering
Minor in Nuclear Engineering
Minor in Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
College of Arts and Sciences

BSc in Petroleum Geosciences
BSc in Chemistry
BSc in Applied Mathematics and Statistics
Master’s programmes

MA in International and Civil Security
MSc in Information Security
MSc in Electrical and Computer Engineering
MSc in Mechanical Engineering
MSc in Nuclear Engineering
MSc in Chemical Engineering
MSc in Petroleum Engineering
MSc in Sustainable Critical Infrastructure
MSc in Water and Environmental Engineering
Master of Engineering in Health, Safety and Environmental Engineering
MSc in Engineering Systems and Management
Materials Science and Engineering
MSc by research in Electrical and Computer Engineering
MSc in Applied Chemistry
MSc in Computing and Information Science
MSc in Petroleum Geoscience
Doctoral programmes

PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering
PhD in Mechanical Engineering
PhD in Aerospace Engineering
PhD in Biomedical Engineering
PhD in Nuclear Engineering
PhD in Robotics Engineering
PhD in Chemical engineering
PhD in Civil infrastructure and Environmental Engineering
PhD in Material Science and Engineering
PhD in Multidisciplinary Engineering
PhD in Petroleum Geoscience
Admission To Khalifa University Of Science Technology And Research:
Admission into Khalifa University of Science Technology and Research is highly competitive, with an acceptance rate of 10% of application per academic session.

Application for admission into Khalifa University of Science Technology and Research is online. After the application, the applicants should wait to get an invitation from Khalifa University of Science Technology and Research concerning the application and an invitation for the interview.

More information about the undergraduate admissions application process can be found at:

In order to be considered for admission into the Khalifa University of Science Technology and Research, there are certain criteria to be met.

Admission Requirements For Khalifa University Of Science Technology And Research:
For undergraduate programmes:

Age requirement: applicant must not have finished high school not longer than two years from the year of application.
Must hold a UAE Secondary School Certificate (SSC) ion Advanced Stream
For more information and a detailed requirements for undergraduate studies, please visit

For post graduate programmes
Applications for admission into Khalifa University of Science Technology and Research will be due on the 1st of October, 2018 and all applications must be submitted online.

To apply, please follow the link:

Admission selection will be based on academic performance, qualification and previous experiences, CV, reference forms and the potential of the applicant to succeed and excel. The requirements are:

For Pre Med Admissions:

Transcript of an undergraduate degree, preferably in a Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics discipline with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4-point scale
IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent
Personal statement
Curriculum vitae
Three support letters from professional and personal referees. At least one of these letters must be written by a member of the applicant’s university.
For more information, please visit:

For master’s degree programmes
Completion of bachelor’s degree in a relevant discipline of study with an average Cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4-point scale
English proficiency in either iBT TOEFL with a score of 91 or its equivalent, or overall academic IELTS score of 6.5 or 1550 EmSAT English score
Minimum of 155 in the general Graduate Record Examination (GTE). Candidates for Masters of Engineering in Health, Safety and Environment Engineering and Master of Arts in International and Civil Security would not require this.
Two letters from a referee
Statement of purpose of 500-1000 words
Success in the admission interview
For doctoral degree programmes
Completion of master’s degree in a relevant discipline of study with an average Cumulative GPA of 3.25 on a 4-point scale or its equivalent.
English proficiency in either iBT TOEFL with a score of 91 or its equivalent, or overall academic IELTS score of 6.5 or 1550 EmSAT English score.
Minimum quantitative score of 155 in general Graduate Record Examination (GRE)
Two letters of recommendations from two referees
Statement of purpose of 500-1000 words
Research statement of 500-1000 words
Success in the admission interview
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Khalifa University of Science and Technology and Research Contact
P.O Box 127788

Abu Dhabi, UAE

Toll free: 800 33 22 11

Tel: +971 (0)2 4018000

Fax: +971 (0)2 4472447

Email address:

Khalifa University Of Science Technology And Research Tuition Fee:
The tuition fees for the Khalifa University of Science Technology and Research are as follows:

Preparatory and Undergraduate: AED 3333 per credit hour

Master’s level: AED 5000 per credit hour

Doctorate level: AED 6666 per credit hour

For more information, please visit the school website at:
The University of Johannesburg is one of the Leading universities in the Continent of Africa. and these University has turned out to be a dream university for both the White and the black to Study Abroad.
Students Nigeria in view of giving you the best has put up this Content Carefully narrating the University of Johannesburg: Admission, Tuition Fees, Scholarships, Courses and Ranking.

The University of Johannesburg is a public university, established on the 1st of January 2005. Formally known as Rand Afrikaans University since 1967 till 2004 when it was rebranded.

The university has an official motto which is, Service through Knowledge. The African University has a total number of 2,942 Academic staff and a student’s population of 51,313.

University of Johannesburg Courses
The University of Johannesburg is composed of eight distinct faculties and these Faculties are blessed with Courses that are have made International recognitions. These Courses includes:

The Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture (FADA) which offers programmes in eight creative disciplines, including the

Department of Industrial Design,
Department of Architecture,
Department of Fashion Design,
Department of Graphic Design,
Department of Interior Design,
Department of Jewellery Design and Manufacture,
Department of Multimedia
Department of Visual Art.
College of Business and Economics (CBE) which was launched on the 1st of July 2017. The College was formed by merging the former Faculty of Management and the former Faculty of Economic and Financial Sciences.

The Faculty of Engineering and the Built offers programmes in the following departments:

Department of Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering
Department of Chemical Engineering,
Department of Civil Engineering Science,
Department of Civil Engineering Technology,
Department of Construction Management and Quantity Surveying,
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Science,
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technology,
Department of Metallurgy,
Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering Technology,
Department of Mechanical Engineering Science,
Department of Mine Surveying,
Department of Mining Engineering,
Department of Quality and Operations Management
Department of Town and Regional Planning.
The faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment also offers programmes in the following research field:

Civil Engineering Materials Research,
Chromium Steels,
Control and Image Processing,
Industrial Electronics Technology,
Mineral Processing and Technology,
Optical Communications,
Process Optimization of thermodynamic Systems,
Small-Scale mining and minerals,
Speech and Signal Processing,
unmanned aerial vehicles,
water research.
The faculty of Health Sciences offers programmes in the following departments,

the Department of Biomedical Technology,
Department of Chiropractic,
Department of Emergency Medical Care,
Department of Environmental Health,
Department of Homeopath,
Department of Human Anatomy and Physiology,
Department of Medical Imaging and Radiation (Radiography),
Department of Nursing,
Department of Optometry,
Department of Podiatry,
Department of Somatology,
Department of Sport and Movement Studies.
The faculty of Health Sciences also offer programmes in the following research fields:

Laser Research,
Optometric science,
Water and Health Research.
There is also a big department for sport studies which include Sport psychology, sport management, sport communication, sport development and sport science.

The faculty of Humanities offers programmes in the following research fields: social Development in Africa, sociological Research, culture and Languages in Africa, African-European studies, and study of Democracy.

The faculty of Law offer programmes in the following research fields: study of Economic crime, Private International Law in Africa, banking Law, International Law in Africa, International and comparative Labour and social security Law, sport Law.

The faculty of Science offer programmes in the following research fields:

Energy and sustainable Development,
Aquatic Eco-toxicology,
Economic Geo-metallurgy.
The faculty of sciences also offers programmes in the following departments:

Academy of Computer Science and Software Engineering,
Applied Chemistry,
Applied Physics and Engineering Mathematics,
Biotechnology and Food Technology,
Botany and Plant Biotechnology,
Environmental Management & Energy Studies,
Pure and Applied Mathematics,
Statistics and Zoology.
The faculty of Education offers research programmes in the following fields:

ecologists of learning to ecologists of practice,
learning to be a teacher – towards learner outcomes in schools,
discourse and performative practice of teachers in language literacy and communication,
keystone species in the science and mathematics classrooms of two schools,
teachers building practice as community counselors,
teachers and tools: crafting technology education in practice,
teacher identity and the culture of schools,
Information and communication technology in schools,
Values and human rights in education, and aggression in secondary schools in South Africa.
University of Johannesburg Tuition Fees:
Attending the University of Jaohannesburg has some expenses that comes with it. This comes in the form of an Estimated budget for both International and National Students in South Afriica. The University of Johannesburg Tuition fees are just for an Academic period/year. Here is a detailed range of fees for any International Student who wishes to Study in the University.

Description   Undergraduate average costs
(South African Rand = ZAR)    Postgraduate average costs
(South African Rand = ZAR)
Tuition    R102,280 – R110,330   R14,634 – R171,158
International Registration Fee (IRF)   (Inclusive in Tuition Fee)   R4,570
Books and Stationery   R900 – R3,000   R1,000 – R4,000
Equipment / Fieldwork   R800 – R3,000   R800 – R5,000
Accommodation   R22,784 – R59,915   R22,784 – R59,915
SA Medical Aid   R4,200 – R10,000   R4,200 – R10,000
Food    R14,000 – R20,000   R14,000 – R20,000
Living Expenses   R6,000 – R12,000   R6,000 – R12,000
University of Johannesburg Online Application Process
University of Johannesburg Online Application are communicated via email.

You can also log on to the university of Johannesburg website to check your application status using your registration ID or student number.

In case you have previously applied and have a university of Johannesburg student number, do well to call the university’s Call Centre on (011 559 4555) to ensure that your cell number and email address are captured on the student database. You will receive a PIN number to complete the online application process.
Delhi Technological University is one University that Students Nigeria has taken to review all about its news ranging from Admission, Tuition Fees, Scholarships, Courses etc.
The Delhi Technological University (DTU), formerly known as Delhi College of Engineering, is a public engineering university located in New Delhi, India. It is Delhi’s first engineering college and one of the oldest engineering colleges in India.

It was established in 1941 by the Government of India, as Delhi Polytechnic.

The college was affiliated with the University of Delhi from 1952 to 2009 and has been under the government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi since 1963.

But in 2009, the college was given the status of a state university, thus changing its name to Delhi Technological University.

Admission Process for Foreign Nationals through DASA
For BTech. Courses, the admissions will be decided on the basis of SAT-II score of an applicant. The aspirant seeking admission need to have a minimum 60 per cent in Physics, Chemistry and Maths in Class 12 or equivalent examination and a minimum of 50 per cent SAT-II score to be eligible for a B.Tech. programme, provided he or she has passed in each subject separately.

For MTech. programmes, an applicant would need to have a minimum 60 per cent aggregate in BE, BTech. or equivalent examination and a valid GRE score. Selection will be made strictly on the basis of GRE score.

The Delhi Technological University Fee Structure:
Application fee payment can be done in two ways, either the candidate makes payment via HDFC bank challan obtainable from the official website of DTU. Or use Credit/debit card/net banking via HDFC Payment gateway service.

Selection Process:
Admission to Delhi Technological University for B.Tech streams for the academic session 2018-2018 will be done through counselling based on JEE Main 2018 scores. Candidates shortlisted through screening process will be invited to attend online counselling.

The admission process of DTU 2018 Application will progress in two steps which include; submission of counselling fee and filling up of the college name where the candidate wishes to take admission.

After the completion of these two steps, seat allotment will be done according to the marks obtained in JEE Mains 2018. On completion of the seat allotment process, candidates need to submit the required fees and report to their respective college/university for document verification and confirmation of their admission in that college/university.

Important documents to be brought during admission process include; Class 12thmark sheet, Migration certificate, Caste certificate if applicable, Transfer certificate, Identity proof, Character certificate, Recent passport size photographs, Class 10thcertificate stating date of birth, Domicile certificate, Certificate of medical fitness, School leaving certificate, Authority letter and Required admission and hostel fees

DTU Application Fee for all Courses
Faculties at DTU offering UG and PG programmes are the Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Management Studies. A fee of Rs.1200 is charged.

Courses available in DTU Entrance Exam 2018
A new addition is the beginning of admissions for the four-year B.Tech evening degree programme 2018 by Delhi Technology University (DTU). The DTU B.Tech evening degree programme will include Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics & Communication Engineering for the academic year 2018-18.

Programmes      Branch Code      No.Of Seats

Civil Engineering               CECE      45

Mechanical Engineering                CEME    46

Electrical Engineering     CEEE      46

Electronics & Communication Engineering            CEEC      45
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