Quality education is important for the growth of any country, and this can be ensured first by making quality teachers available. Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN) disclosed in a report published on Premium Times that about half of the teachers in Nigerian schools are unqualified to teach. The right to education should not only be measured by the access and availability of education, but also by the quality of the education.
When investing, the return on investment is of high priority. This also applies to qualitative engagements in our lives like training, exercise, meditation, therapy and such. Therefore, you will most likely ask yourself, ‘Will my income increase after getting a master’s degree?” You are not alone. Many ask themselves the same question for any post-graduate programmes. In fact, most people enrol in postgraduate programmes with the goal of ultimately impacting their income.
MBA in Health Management by Unicaf University Is Changing the Game on How Nigerian Health Professionals’ Study Abroad
In 2018, the Nigerian House of Representatives disclosed that Nigerians spend over USD 1 billion (N360billion) yearly on medical treatment abroad, which is due to the poor healthcare sector and management in the country. The green chamber of the parliament further resolved to upgrade the health care sector by providing state-of-the-art medical infrastructure nationwide.…
Nigeria’s tech ecosystem is among the top 3 most talked about in Africa, and among the top 10 attractive markets in Africa for foreign investors. This isn’t a shocking revelation considering the country’s population nearly hitting 200 million, with fast-growing internet penetration. According to Internet World Stats, Nigeria is ranked 7th country with the highest internet penetration globally, and 1st in Africa.