education

Popular Warri Schools: Hussey College

March 27, 2018

Hussey College Warri is a secondary school located along Upper Erejuwa Road in Warri, Delta State, Nigeria. It is one of the oldest and most prestigious colleges in Delta State and Nigeria, having produced many notable figures in the Nigerian professional and political scenery. The school has literally raised several generations of Nigerians from all […]

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[Education] Why You Need To Study In The Philippines 

July 5, 2017

REASONS TO STUDY IN PHILIPPINES Mostly use the American CurriculumMedicine is cheaper compared to other foreign countries,(2years Biology and 4years MD degree), 6years total and 2 degrees Convert your State School of Nursing degree into B.Sc  Nursing in 20monthsDoctor of Pharmacy degree in 5.5yearsAeronautical Engineering degree Pilot Academy (PPL , CPL, ME) Flight attendant courseStudy / play Basketball […]

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NUT Meets with Gov Okowa, To Call Off Teacher’s Strike Soon

March 23, 2017

According to the media aide to Gov. Okowa, The Nigeria Union Of Teachers Delta State Chapter Has Promised To call off the ongoing Teachers Strike in Delta State.  The NUT Chairman COMRADE Jonathan Jemirieyigbe stated this today at Governor’s Lounge Warri shortly after a meeting with Delta State Governor Sen Ifeanyi Okowa.

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E. K. Clark awards scholarship to students

July 9, 2015

Chief Edwin Clark, yesterday, offered scholarships to no fewer than 100 qualifying students who gained admission into his newly established university. Disclosing this at his Asokoro residence, Abuja, the former Federal Commissioner for Information and South- South leader noted that the gesture was the only way to give back to the society, said: “This scholarship […]

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DELSU SPENDS N20M MONTHLY ON DIESEL – ARUBAYI

November 28, 2014

By ELO OGWARA (@OgwaraEloOghene) Delta State University (DELSU) has said it spends at least N20 million monthly on fuel to power its three campuses due to failure of government to provide  electricity. Outgoing Vice Chancellor of DELSU, Professor Eric Arubayi, disclosed this on Wednesday at a press briefing in Abraka, where he also noted that […]

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Applicant Sue Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun

September 23, 2014

By Francis Onoiribholo An unemployed graduate, Mr. Omoyibo Emmaunuel, has dragged the Federal University of Petroleum Resource Effurun (FUPRE) before a Federal High Court in Warri, Delta State; seeking it for an order compelling the institution to publish the results of applicants “who participated in the written examinations into various vacant positions”. The applicant said […]

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FUPRE TO REPRESENT AFRICA IN WORLD GEOLOGICAL MAPPING EXERCISE

July 29, 2014

Warri – ELO OGWARA Three students from the Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun, Delta State are to represent Africa in this year’s World Geological Mapping Exercise, WGME, scheduled to hold in the United States of America, later in September. Vice Chancellor of the university, Professor John Ovwata Etu-Efeotor disclosed this last Tuesday when members […]

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2012/2013 ACADEMIC CALENDAR

December 28, 2012

Via Delsu Helpdesk   The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Eric A. Arubayi on behalf of Senate of the University has approved the 2012/2013 Academic Calendar as follows:   FIRST SEMESTER   Sunday 16th December, 2012 All students return to campus   Monday 17th December, 2012 Screening of fresh students begin   Thursday 3rd January, 2013 Registration and […]

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