“My most embarrassing moment as a student adviser was when an applicant insisted I speak with his dad, who would make the payment for the deposit fee, and he warned me that the dad would most probably be in a bar drinking when I would call him, but he would still confirm that he would pay for his son. And sure enough, when I called the dad he was drinking at a bar, already intoxicated, and his response ‘ tell my son to apply next year’, as he didn’t have any money left!”
The UNICAF London Conference 2017 was an inspirational meeting that brought together students from 40 different countries, on August 11, to discuss the future of education, new learning technologies, and UNICAF‘s contribution to the development of Africa and the region through quality higher education.
The Master of Business Administration (MBA), one of the most popular degrees around the world, can open many doors for you, regardless of your academic and professional background. It is a well-known fact that MBA graduates are in great demand and will remain so for years to come. The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) in its 2015 report highlights the fact that, in its poll of employers, 75% were looking to hire MBA graduates.
I am Emelin Leyuga Nwana and I live in Douala, the economic capital, of Cameroon in Africa – a large majority of private sector economic activities are concentrated here in addition to the largest sea port in central Africa.