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KNUST -Katanga and Conti Halls Mark History

The University hall (Katanga) and Unity hall (Continental) marks history as they admit female students for the first time since the establishment of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).

Kenyan Students Receive Scholarships from China

The Chinese government through the education ministry has given scholarships to 69 Kenyan students to study in China for their undergraduate and post graduate programs. The Chinese government since the early 80’s has been awarding scholarships to Kenyan students and about 2400 Kenyan students are no

Saudi Arabia and Canada Diplomatic Feud Causes Students to Return Home

After the criticism of Saudi Arabia’s human record on twitter from the Canadian foreign minister Chrystia Freeland, Saudi Arabia announced their intention to withdraw all Saudi students on scholarships in Canada

Seth Frotman - Top US Student Loans Official Resigns Over 'Open Hostility' from White House

Frotman is the latest high-level departure from the CFPB since Mick Mulvaney, Donald Trump’s budget director, took over in late November but Frotman’s departure is especially noteworthy, since his office is one of the few parts of the US government that was tasked with handling student loan issues.

2018 Worldview Education Fair

Worldview education fair once again brings to your doorsteps over 100 universities abroad all under one roof, giving you the opportunity to explore the different study destinations around the world this year.

Students Confront Uncertainty Due to Diplomatic Row in Canada Hajj Pilgrims

Canadian Muslims making a trip to the Hajj journey confronts delays coming back due to a diplomatic dispute with Saudi Arabia that is also prompting thousands of students from the kingdom to scramble to sell their assets and return home to meet a month-end deadline.

Black Students to Receive Cambridge Grants from Stormzy

Michael Ebenazer Kwadjo Omari Owuo Jr, known by his stage name as Stormzy has announced that he will fund two black British students to go to the University of Cambridge, this year and the next year 2019.

Fort Hare Student Humiliated Publicly After Female Assault

Anathi Madikane, an art student in his final year at the University of Fort Hare (UFH) was humiliated publicly after assaulting a female student on campus. Anathi kicked the woman several times and was caught on video which has now become viral. It is alleged the abuse is his girlfriend.

US Embassy Revokes Visas of 71 Students Going to UN Conference

Seventy-one students participating in a model United Nations Conference in New York had their visas revoked and this was as a result of the Embassy, suspecting the organisers of the conference United Ambassadors as fraud

N.L. adds Immigration Options- Come for the Education, Stay for the Startup

The two co-founders of St. John's-based tech company HeyOrca! A social media company that has employed over 30people is run by Sahand Seifi from Iran and Joe Teo from Malaysia.