Starting a business in Nigeria has become the dream of many entrepreneurs lately. This can be attributed to the impressive successes that have been recorded around the startup sector. More specifically, the FinTech startups are doing impressively well. In 2018, out of the USD114 million reportedly raised by tech companies in Nigeria, 75% of it went down to FinTechs. This is according to a report from Segun Adeyemi, the CEO of Amplified Payment Systems Ltd.
You have finally settled in a career path. You are now looking to grow professionally by securing a master’s degree in your desired field. The only challenges you face are time and the associated costs. To overcome these challenges, you decide on an online master’s degree with affordable tuition fees. You could also go…
How Unicaf University’s MBA Oil and Gas Management Can Increase Opportunities for Nigerian Oil & Gas Professionals
Nigeria, as the largest producer of oil in Africa, and among the top 20 producers in the World, continues to enjoy a flourishing and promising oil and gas sector. But many of the senior level jobs within this sector are occupied by expatriates. This is due to the shortfall of local human capital expertise to take the available jobs.
Costs, not the lack of gifted students, have been a challenge with producing a large group of highly educated individuals. There are numerous ways though available now for you to take advantage of internationally recognised study programmes with affordable tuition fees.