Thursday, 22 August 2013

Ghana now Safe Haven for Nigerian Students

Over 200,000 Nigerian students studying in Ghanaian universities are reported to expend over N100 billion annually as tuition outside sundry fees.

This is because out of N1.7million Nigerians seeking admission into institutions of higher learning, only 500,000 find placements leaving many with no other option but to seek admission in Ghana.

Our government should take immediate steps to unbundling the higher education sector in Nigeria by adopting the United Kingdom, American, Malaysian and German models which allows for the establishment of small university colleges by willing entrepreneurs.




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2 comments:

  1. Nice article....its really true..

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  2. Since u re not writing jamb nd post ume nko,4 naija person go write exam tire,mari,born pikin,ve all d connections,spend all d moni.y will u blame any parent dat sends d child dia...

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