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All list of universities in Nigeria approved by NUC to offer Postgraduate Programmes


The National body responsible for overseeing the activities of all universities in Nigeria has recently released an approved list of Nigerian universities eligible to offer and also award postgraduate programmes to students in Nigeria. According to the National Universities Commission (NUC), a total of 69 universities are currently allowed to issue Masters and Ph.D degrees to students in Nigeria as such certificate will be considered valid and useful both within and outside the country.

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Among the universities which were given the approval by NUC are 26 Federal universities, 25 state universities and 18 private universities currently eligible to award postgraduate programme certificates. The commission passed the announcement to the public through the office of the Executive Secretary while listing Federal, State and Private universities allowed to award such certificates to students in the country. 

The National universities commission further said that they observed some institutions and parastatals are awarding postgraduate degrees, either on their own or through unapproved affiliation with Nigerian and foreign universities without official approval. In other to address this problem, the commission has come out with an approved official list of universities that are allowed to offer postgraduate studies at Masters and Ph.D levels and any certificates attained as from July 30, 2012, is valid. 

Below is the full current list of Nigerian universities approved by NUC to conduct postgraduate studies in Nigeria. 


List of Federal Universities Approved by NUC for Postgraduate Programmes

Only 26 universities out of a total of 41 federal universities were approved by NUC to offer postgraduate programmes in  Nigeria. The list of Federal universities approved are as follows:

1. Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi 
2. Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria 
3. Bayero University, Kano 
4. Federal University of Technology, Akure 
5. Federal University of Technology, Minna 
6. Federal University of Technology, Owerri 
7. Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike 
8. Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Yola 
9. National Open University of Nigeria, Lagos 
10. Nigeria Defence Academy, Kaduna 
11. Nnamdi Azikwe University, Akwa 
12. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife 
13. University of Abuja, Gwagwalada 
14. University of Agriculture, Abeokuta 
15. University of Agriculture, Makurdi 
16. University of Benin, Benin City 
17. University of Calabar, Calabar 
18. University of Ibadan, Ibadan 
19. University of Ilorin, Ilorin 
20. University of Jos, Jos 
21. University of Lagos, Akoko 
22. University of Maiduguri,  Maiduguri 
23. University of Nigeria, Nsukka 
24. University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt 
25. University of Uyo, Uyo 
26. Usmanu DanFodiyo University, Sokoto. 

List of State Universities Approved by NUC for Postgraduate Programmes

Among the 47 state universities across the country, only 25 universities were approved by NUC to carry out postgraduate studies in Nigeria. The full list includes the following: 

1. Abia State University, Uturu 
2. Adamawa State University, Mubi 
3. Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko 
4. Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma 
5. Anambra University, Uli 
6. Benue State University, Makurdi 
7. Cross River University of Technology, Calabar 
8. Delta State University, Abraka 
9. Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki 
10. Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti 
11. Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu 
12. Imo State University, Owerri 
13. Kogi State University, Anyigba 
14. Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso 
15. Lagos State University, Ojo 
16. Nasarawa State University, Keffi 
17. Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island 
18. Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye 
19. Rivers State University of Science and Technology 
20. Umar Musa Yar'Adua University, Katsina 
21. Gombe State University, Gombe 
22. Ibrahim Babangida University, Lapai 
23. Kano State University of Science and Technology 
24. Kebbi State University of Science and Technology 
25. Kwara State University, Malete.


List of Private Universities Approved by NUC for Postgraduate Programmes

A total of 74 official private universities exist in Nigeria currently. Out of this number of private universities, only 18 were given a positive go-ahead to carry out postgraduate programmes in Nigeria. Before you enroll for your masters and Ph.D. in any private university in Nigeria, make sure they are approved to offer such postgraduate programme by the National Universities Commission. 

Here is the list of Private universities as approved to award masters certificate by the NUC. 

1. African University of Science and Technology, Abuja 
2. American University of Nigeria, Yola 
3. Babcock University, Ilishan Remo 
4. Benson Idahosa University, Benin City 
5. Bowen University, Iwo 
6. Covenant University, Ota 
7. Igbiniedo University, Okada 
8. Pan-African University, Lekki 
9. Redeemer's University, Mowe, Ogun State 
10. Caleb University, Lagos 
11. Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Ikeji-Arakeji 
12. Nigerian Turkish Nile University, Abuja 
13. Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State 
14. Lead City University, Ibadan (MSc. Only) 
15. University of Mkar, Mkar (MSc. Only) 
16. Madona University, Okija 
17. Al-hikmah University, Ilorin (MSc. Only) 
18. Godfrey Okoye University, Ugwuomu-Nike , Enugu state. 

So before you register for postgraduate studies in any university in Nigeria, make sure they are listed on the current list of universities approved by NUC to offer and also award such certificates.

Corp Members to Receive N2 Million after Youth Service

Are you a corp member with a wonderful business idea? Or do you have a great business plan but don't know where to get the start-up capital for your business? Do you wish to be self-employed after graduating from the university? In one of my previous article here on myschoolbam.com, I discussed and list out some creative ways to make money as a college student while in school.

N2 million loan for nysc corp members

As a student, creative thinking and learning how to study hard in school makes you a better person in the society when you graduate from the university. We go to school to learn not only academics but creative ways to help us build our society into a better place.

Most university graduates have always nursed the idea of been self-employed even before graduating from school but don't seem to have the capital to start and manage their business. Now the Federal Government of Nigeria is planning to set up a programme that will turn the fortune around. This is good news to youth corp members who will be serving as from next year.

The Federal Government of Nigeria are currently discussing on the idea of supporting graduates who are through with their mandatory National Youths Service with a sum of N2 million start-up capital to start a business. This great idea was revealed by Emmanuel Attah a Coordinator of NYSC in Osun State at the Skills Acquisition and Entrepreneurial Development (SAED) held at the NYSC orientation camp situated in Ede, Osun State.

Attah said the loans will be given only to interested corp members who have undergone the SAED programme only and it would be in collaboration with Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria, the Central Bank of Nigeria and the Bank of Industry whom will all be working together to make sure the loans are disbursed to each members accordingly.

Capital loans will be given out to interested corp members between N200,000 to N2,000,000 according to the weight of your business proposal. This will only be available after completion of their mandatory nysc programme. I think this is a welcome development to graduates who have a bright business plan but lack the capital to start their business.

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According to Attah, no interest rate will be attached to the loan but all beneficiaries who apply for the loans will have to submit their NYSC discharged certificate to be used as collateral. The discharged certificate will be return to the applicants once the loan is been paid in full. There is no time limit for the return payment of the loan and no hidden charges as processing fee or any other fee attached. Once your nysc discharged certificate is submitted as collateral, you will only get it back when you have return your loan amount in full.

This development was organized by SAED a Federal Government programme to reduce the rate of unemployment and poverty among graduates who always end up roaming the streets looking for white-collar jobs that doesn't exist. This Skill acquisition programme seeks to empower interested corp members to be self-employed and employers of labour after their service year instead of depending on white collar jobs to be provided by the government.

So prospective corp members are hereby advised to start developing business plans and bringing up business ideas that will make them succeed in life and be self-depended before going through service. This will help reduce criminality and nuisance behavior in the community because they will find something useful to do with their life.

I hope this is a welcome development from our government once again. If this programme is effectively put in place and move smoothly, the youth will gradually be eliminated from poverty.

Before applying for any university scholarship abroad, consider these 10 Important questions

Applying for scholarships to study abroad as a Nigerian is now very simple and easy. You can sit right there in front of your computer and apply for scholarship online to study abroad once you meet up with the requirements. So many foreign universities abroad allow students from Africa to apply for scholarship opportunities and college grants.

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Do you know that there are lot of things you must consider before applying for scholarship to study abroad?

Especially when you apply to study in a country you haven't been before, there are questions you need to answers before you make up your mind going over there. In this article, we have listed 10 important questions you need to ask yourself and be satisfied with the answers before you go ahead to apply for the scholarship you wish for.

1. Where will i Live?

Before responding to a scholarship offer from a university abroad, it is very important to know where and how you will be accommodated. Accommodation is very important and you need to know how the school intend to accommodate her students on scholarship. Are they giving you an accommodation on or off campus? Or will they have to give you money for your accommodation. Asked these questions and make sure you are satisfied with the answer before you accept the scholarship opportunity.

2. How will I be Feed

How does the university intend to provide feeding for their intake? Feeding is one of the most important things to provide for students. The brain needs food to function properly. You need to ask and be assured on how the university offering scholarships wish to feed her students. Will they provide the food for students at the school dining by offering dinning tickets or provide feeding allowances instead? Make sure you read the university prospectus because most of this information will be provided inside.

3. What is the number of students enroll from my country?

It is also very important for students applying for scholarship abroad to know the percentage of students enrolled from their country. You will feel confident and comfortable in a school environment where some of the students are from your country.

4. What is the school environment like?

You need to also know the proportion of students enrolled from other countries. You also need to know if there are some extracurricular activities, clubs and societies which are provided to students from your country. Also consider the nature of transportation system whether it is expensive or cheap. How easy it is to use the public transport system to walk around the school or town on a low budget.

5. Are they Job opportunities on Campus?

Ask to know if there are any university job opportunities you can get to work while you are studying. A lot of universities abroad offer on-campus jobs to students which they do and earn extra money. Even if there are no university job opportunities in that particular university, it's still cool to apply for.

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6. How much will be the cost of living? 

The cost of living also is very necessary to know about. How much you need to spend monthly during your stay studying your program is important to know. With that particular knowledge, you get to plan what to do next.

7. What is the Course structure?

You need to know the structure of the course you want to apply to study and how the course will be taught. Will the classes hold as lectures, or through online, or at seminars etc. will you be given the opportunity to interact with your lecturers and professors one on one or not? Will you be required to work individually or as a group? How many hours students will be required to spend in a week? Including other vital information concerning the course of study is also very important.

8. What is the job prospect of the course of study?

You need to know how demanding graduates from the course you are applying to study are needed at the labour market. A course with a good job prospect is worth every effort put to it. Weigh the job prospects of the course in the labour market before applying for the scholarship.

9. How have previous graduates in the course fare?

Students who have graduated from the university, how have they fared with their certificates? Do they do well or suddenly becomes flops after graduation. What organization or companies these alumni are working for? Will it be easy for you to work in these companies and organization following the same path after graduation? Do this meticulously and then decide.

10. Does the School have Reputation?

Graduating from a university with a poor reputation is never an option. Do a research on how reputable and respected the university is before applying for a scholarship to study there. Otherwise, you will end up with a defective certificate you won't be able to use anywhere even in Nigeria.

I hope you find this information vital and important. Please drop us a comment if you have any troubling question to ask.

Best courses for arts students in Nigerian universities


Most students choose to study Arts in elementary school days without knowing what particular field they want to major in at the university level. To some students, Arts may seem to be the simplest course to study in secondary school than pure science and social sciences. But the opposite is the case because the truth is that you need to study hard to make a good result no matter the course you are offering in school.

art student courses university

Some students don't seem to know what courses are under the Faculty of Arts and Humanities until they buy jamb form and start filling it. This has been a major reason why almost all art students offer to go to school and read Law during their Jamb registration because they come to realize that Law is the only course under Arts that is lucrative and have a wide job opportunity.

Today, myschoolbam have selected the best art courses you can choose to study in the university before preparing for your UTME examinations. There is a wide list or courses under faculty of Arts and Humanities offered in colleges and universities in Nigeria. All these courses are very useful to the society if studies and practiced well with the right mindset.

Most students decide to go to school and study professional courses because of the wrong mindset to make money even when the field is not their calling. This reason among others is responsible for the poor output of graduates who can't be productive in the labour market. They instead choose to go for the certificate rather than been a master in their field of study. We wish to encourage you in this write up that, you can also find best courses in Faculty of Arts you can be proud of.

Here the list goes. If you just graduated from High school and you need to choose which department under Faculty of Arts you want to study and obtain a degree, then consider the following list of fields you can choose from. Getting a degree from one of these courses can help you develop as an individual or in any other aspect of life.

Courses candidates can apply for as students of arts include:

1. Law - Law has a wide job expectancy. You can be employed in any kind of work as a legal adviser if you practice as a lawyer. Law is considered the best course to study as an art student.

2. English Language

3. Nigerian Languages - Like Igbo, Hausa, Yoruba

4. Arabic language & Islamic studies - one of the largest languages in African. With a degree in Arabic and Islamic studies, you can be useful any kind of venture that needs contact with the language Arabic or Islamic culture. JAIZ Bank can employ you.

5. Literature in English

6. Russian Language

7. French language

8. German language,

9. History & International Relation

10. Creative arts - You can be employed in graphics and video animation industries. Creating short cartoon videos used in advertisements and designing of company logos.

11. Theatre and Performing arts - With a B.A. in Theatre Arts, you can be employed to train people how to dance, perform drama etc.

12. Languages & Linguistics

13. Religions - You can train to become a pastor or priest.

14. International studies - You can be employed to work with UN, AU, ILO, World Bank or other international organizations.

15. Fine and applied arts

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16. History,

17. Studio art

18. Music - with a degree in music, you can become a record producer, work in radio and Television stations.

19. African languages

20. Philosophy

21. European studies

22. Film studies

23. Communication arts

24. Cultural studies

25. Modern languages,

26. Religious management

27. Mass Communication.

Please note that, students who wish to apply for art courses under faculty of arts need to check the subject requirement recommended by each Nigerian university and colleges before you go ahead.

Also note that, there are some courses under Faculty of Social Sciences and commercial courses students of art can apply for if you can meet up the right subject combination for the course. For example Psychology, Economics, Political science, Sociology, Anthropology.

Hope this information helps you? Please share it with your friends and drop a comment below if you have any question.

How to get jamb scores over 300 in your next UTME Examination

Every jamb candidates wish to score above 300 in their UTME examination. This has been the reason why some of them indulge in examination malpractice while others are been scammed trying to Upgrade their Jamb results. Every year, over millions of students in Nigeria who are seeking for admission into the University register for Jamb and less than 50% make the required cut-off mark which is so discouraging for a society with huge desire to go to school and be educated.

over 300 scores in jamb

What has been the problem? Why can't these candidates write and pass their jamb examination in large numbers?

Here we will provide a practical solution to your problems and assist you on how to write and pass your jamb this time around. With our honest advice, you can even score above 300 and gain the admission you so desire.

How to Score 300 or above in your Jamb examination? 
Writing jamb and getting over 300 scores is not rocket science neither it is for only brilliant students but hard work, dedication and some tricks. If you understand how jamb set their questions, study the past jamb questions called Q&A, then you should be on the right track to success. Here Myschoolbam is going to give you the BAM! You need to prepare and score high in your jamb result.

As you prepare for your upcoming jamb examinations, consider these 13 tips to get the best jamb scores and gain university admission this time.

1. Consider reading your JAMB syllabus

When preparing for your jamb examination, after purchasing your jamb form, make sure you get the recommended jamb syllabus and study them properly. Jamb syllabus is very important because jamb set their questions from the syllabus. So consider it as a vital tool for passing your jamb. Follow the guide stated in the jamb syllabus and you will find it so easy to pass your jamb with flying colours.

2. Select the right Subject combination

You are required to write only 4 subjects in your UTME exams that correspond with the course you choose. The right subject combination is very important as regards the course you are seeking university admission for. If you choose the wrong subject combination, it will affect your admission status negatively.

3. Make a Reading Timetable

You should be aware that you are writing only 4 subjects in your jamb with Use of English as a compulsory subject. Create a timetable for the recommended subjects you are writing and start reading. Make sure you keep to your timetable judiciously, read and understand every bit of the topic from the syllabus.

4. Identify your weak subjects and improve on them

Identify the subjects you perform very poorly and improve on them. Read the topics you don't understand repeatedly until you get to understand them. When solving the jamb questions, concentrate on your weak subjects and improve on them.

5. Don't ignore your Strengths

Improving on the subjects you perform poorly doesn't mean you should ignore your strengths. I have heard some candidates complain about making poor grades from subjects they consider as their favorite. When you concentrate more on reading other subjects while neglecting your best subject because you think you know it well, you can end up like them. So don't ignore your strengths.

6. Read very well

Read every bit of the topic listed on the jamb syllabus and never skip any. Reading all the topics gives you a good confidence and a bright judgement to even guess the right answer at random. When you read very well, you develop a good reading habit and also prepare yourself for the post UTME examinations after your jamb result is out.

7. Consider recommended textbooks

Don't just decide to read any textbook you find in the library. Only read jamb recommended textbooks as stated in the jamb syllabus given to you when you bought the jamb form. Jamb uses the language of the recommended textbooks in setting their questions. Make sure you read the compulsory use of English text recommended to all jamb candidates.

8. Study past jamb questions

Try to get the past and current jamb questions and study them well. Study the language and tricks jamb use to set their questions and get accustom to it. Most jamb candidates fail their jamb because of fear of the unknown. When you get accustom with the jamb questions, you do away with fear.

9. Practice Jamb CBT

There are free jamb cbt also known as jamb computer-based test software around you can get it install on your smartphone or computer and practice. Jamb also gives you free jamb cbt software for practice after you purchase the jamb form.

10. Attend Extra-mural classes

Look for a good extra-mural or extra lessons class and attend to improve your reading habit and skills as you prepare for your jamb.

11. Organize study groups

You can organize a group of serious students within your class to form a quiz group and practice past jamb questions together.

12. Remember to set a goal

Setting a goal here means making a promise that you will get a particular range of scores in your jamb examination. You should start setting up goals right from the time you are studying your past Jamb question materials. If you set a target goal that you are going to get at least 75% on each subject you are writing in your jamb, then you should make not less than 300 in your jamb result.

Practice these with your jamb past questions and try to reach that goal. Make sure you don't stop until you reach your goal. By doing this, you develop a zeal and desire for success.

13. Keep tabs on Jamb latest news

Always keep yourself updated with the latest jamb news available from jamb portal. You don't have to miss out any vital information that will affect your exam preparation and admission status in future. We will surely be updating you with the latest information and necessary advice you need here on our blog. Thank you.

How to check N-Power Pre-selection status on their portal

N-Power has released guidelines and procedures on how to check pre-selection status on their online portal. If you have registered on N-Power portal recently or you are interested in participating in the N-Power program, then do that as soon as possible before registration for new applicants will be closed.

n-power Nigeria portal

The Federal government empowerment scheme has done a lot of positive things to Nigerian graduates who are participants in the on-going scheme. If you are currently participating in the N-Power Federal government scheme, then am sure you are already reaping the benefits from this wonderful program.

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If you are qualified for the n-power FG scheme, then don't hesitate to register and become part of this amazing project scheme. N-power is a Federal government scheme that started in 2016. So far n-power has recorded over 500,000 applicants who are hired and paid monthly on a volunteer job for two years before offered permanent government jobs. Unfortunately, the n-power recruitment for 2018 portal maybe closed but you can check it frequently when the portal will be open again for the recruitment process.

New n-power applicants can now check their pre-selection status using their registered phone number or BVN on the n-power portal. Below is a listed guide that shows you how to check your pre-selection status on n-power portal as an applicant. This instruction was released recently in a statement posted on n-power official twitter handle for applicants to follow. This is how to go about it.

6 simple steps you can follow to check your pre-selection status on N-power Nigeria. 

1. Visit www.npower.gov.ng and insert any of the following information.

Your registered phone number,

BVN or valid email address in the search box.

Then your name will be displayed on the page if you are pre-selected.

2. You will then receive an email or SMS congratulating you on your pre-selected status.

3. ow what you need is to prepare for the physical verification process which is necessary.

4. The physical verification process will be conducted soon but you can find out more information about that on n-power official twitter page @npower_ng phone numbers have been provided for applicants to ask questions.

I wish you all the best of luck in checking your pre-selected status and physical verification. Good-luck.

Online easy money making jobs for college students


Making some money online as a student can be quite easier than you think. All you need is the right information and some smart work to make the dollars while you are still in school. Most online internet marketers made their first thousands and millions while in school. You can also make such amount if you understand the ropes, discover a working strategy and stick to it.

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After reading one of my articles here on myschoolbam.com on the topic 10 Ways college students can make money in school, a lot of students out there ask questions like How to make money while in school? How can I make money right now? How can I earn money while in college? Easy ways to make money as a student etc. the truth is that, you can discover a lucrative idea online, give your little time and develop it to make you money.

All you need is a dedication and some thinking out of the box. You don't even need too much hard work to succeed online as a student; you just need to figure out a solution to a problem and get paid to solve the problem. Here I will show you some online jobs you can use to make money as well as ways you can earn money online while still in school. Please, you need to understand that your priority should be your studies and it should take most of your time.

Online Freelance jobs

If you have some skilled services you know you can do very well, then you can offer these services on freelance websites and make a lot of money. You can earn a living as a freelancer offering video creation, animation, graphic designing, article writing, writing projects, website design, cartoon and other digital services. You can find hundreds of thousands of jobs to offer online and people will be ready to purchase if you can give them what they want. Some freelance website will just pay you for reading books, doing reviews, reading emails etc. some of the best freelance websites are Upwork, Elance, Fiverr, Freelancer etc.

Sell ebooks

Selling ebooks online as a student is a goldmine if you are yet to discover this. A friend of mine who is 200 Level in Benue State University introduced me to ebooks selling and he makes a lot of money from it. If you know how to write good stories, tutorials, how to dos, provide solutions to problems, then put them in writing and convert it to ebook. You can sell these ebooks on Amazon Kindle Direct Publish, Blurb, Lulu, Tradebit, Payhip, E-junkie, Gospaces, CreateSpace and making some money.

Affiliate Marketing

In Affiliate marketing, you make money through selling other people's products or services and you get paid a commission. It is also one of the easiest ways to make money online as a student if you have some audience you can convince. For the students out there who can't stay off social media, if you have a lot of followers on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or you have a large Whatsapp or telegram group, you can advertise some affiliate offers to them and get paid whenever they click on your affiliate link and buy.

You can register with affiliate sites like Moreniche, CJ, Konga, Jumia, ClickBank, Shopify etc there are a whole lot of them on the internet. Instead of spending the whole lot of your time on chats and some silly comments and argument following some naughty trends just to feel among, why not use that time and make some cash. You can sell items like clothes, shoes, electronic gadgets, movies, musical albums etc.

Sell viral content on Topbuzz

Viral contents are articles, photos, videos or memes that circulate easily. They are interesting content that everyone wants to read and share with others for them to read also. If you know how to craft an idea that will trend easily on the internet, then that's money for you as a student. Create viral videos like funny skits similar to that of mark Angel, educative and tutorial articles, gif photos and memes, then publish them at least 5 daily on Topbuzz. By month end, you will make some real cash.

Start a Personal Tutorial Blog

Blogging is not that easy to make money from as a beginner because it needs a lot of effort, determination, time and money to make your blog stand out in the crowd. With the number of blogs springing out so fast recently in the blogosphere, so many niches are been saturated so it won't be easy to make a breakthrough.

But if you think you can face the challenge like some of us, then I assure you that with time, you will begin to see a lot of profit from blogging. Make sure you don't abandon your studies and go for full-time blogging. It could be tempting but that will be the biggest mistake you will ever make and live to regret it. Tutorial blogs are one of the most lucrative and profitable blog to own and maintain as a college students.

Setup a Vlogging service

Setting up a Vlogging service is quite similar to Topbuzz but here you will be publishing your videos on YouTube. Vlogging is one of the sure and steady ways of making money online as a student. All you need to do is identify a particular niche you are good at, study it well and start making video tutorials that solve people's problems. Your channel will grow faster and you will begin to earn easy money through adverts place on your tutorial videos.

Resell stuff online

Sell your old stuff through eBay or set up an e-commerce site you can be selling books you no longer need again or school items like stationery etc.

Design Mobile apps

If you know how to design mobile applications very well, then that is a goldmine for you as well. If you don't know, I urge you to enroll for a tutorial as soon as possible. You can design a compiled past questions and answers on any particular course such as GST, Jamb, Waec, Neco, Nabteb, Post-UTME etc and sell to make money. You can enroll for the Google Udacity African Scholarship for web and Android developers to learn skills in developing web and mobile apps.

Design websites

If you are skilled enough to design a website as a student, you are already on your way to making some money. You can be hired by your school to design their website. You can also organize tutorials to teach people how to design and develop websites and they will pay you.

You can also offer website designing services on fiverr, venture into website or domain flipping and make some money out of it. This online business is cool and profitable for students too. Web development business is very lucrative for a college student to venture into.

Write Projects for Students

Provide project topics and help people write projects online. Answer questions on steemit and get paid.

They are endless opportunities. Just find a need on the internet and provide a solution and you will see how they will rush to pay you and get their problems solved. I hope you find this information useful and educative. please like and share this post with your friends. thank you.

Google Udacity African Scholarship Program and How to Apply

Are you a programmer or aspiring to be a programmer but you don't know how to? Are you one of the people residents in African countries who want to be a web or mobile software developer? If your answers are yes and you are at least 18 years of age, then I encourage you to apply for the Udacity Google web and Android development scholarship meant for Africans resident in Africa. Udacity provides the opportunity for aspiring developers from Africa to be among the best web and Android developers.

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The program provides grants scholarships to students living in Africa and Udacity are the full sponsors of this scholarship.

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What is Google Udacity?

Google Udacity is a web and android scholarship program made available to aspiring developers currently living in African countries. According to Google, that they already organized a partnership with Andela and Udacity to provide fifteen thousand "single course" scholarships and five hundred nanodegree scholarships to persons aspiring to be developers in African countries like Nigeria, South Africa and Kenya etc. candidates who want to participate in this scholarship must be at least eighteen years of age and live in Africa.

This simply means Africans resident outside Africa will not be eligible to apply for the scholarship program. That is a person born in Africa and currently living outside Africa does not qualify to apply for the Google Udacity African scholarship program.

How I knew about Google Udacity Scholarship for Africans

Well, I seem to get the information late on my end but when some of my friends were awarded the scholarship, I asked and was told that the scholarship was announced in April and it was on TVs, online adverts and newspapers. This is a golden opportunity I never wish to pass me by. I will keep tabs for the next 2019/2020 application data to be announced.

How to Apply for Udacity African Scholarship

The Udacity scholarship application 2018/2019 is already closed and successful candidates enlisted. The application was announced by Google on April 24th, 2018, Successful recipient was notified on May 2nd, 2018 and the program will begin on May 8th, 2018. Meanwhile, to apply for this Google African scholarship, you need to be at least 18 years old and live in Africa.

The application process is simple and straightforward. It takes just 10 to 15 minutes to complete and you have to indicate whether you are interested in learning Android development or web development. You will also choose whether you are a beginner or already had some experience in programming.

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Once an applicant is accepted, they will be placed in the beginner or intermediate level based on their development skills or experience. At the end of the Udacity scholarship program, top students from each track will be awarded another full scholarship to one of Google's Android or Web development Nanodegree programs.

So who is Eligible for this Scholarship?

To gain one of these scholarships, applicants must be at least 18 years old and resident in one of the African countries.

Requirements

An approved Scholarship application is necessary, A laptop or desktop computer with good specs and features. Make sure the webcam is working fine. A stable internet connection, Your time is important. Your interest is paramount.

How will the Scholarship Program take place?

The program will be conducted 100% online and you can participate wherever you are as long as you are connected to the internet. Although you can organize an in-person meet up with your classmates if you are living together.

Benefits of the Google Udacity Africa Scholarship program

You get to learn important skills that will advance your career in mobile and web development; you experience world-class curriculum development ideas from Google and Udacity experts; You also get to meet a large community of mobile and web developers across Africa.

For More Information, visit the Udacity Google Africa Scholarship Program Official Page.

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