Ukraine War: FG To Include Returnee Students In Nigerian Universities

Ukraine War: FG To Include Returnee Students In Nigerian Universities

Nigerian Government has shown its readiness to facilitate the admission of Nigerian students, who were displaced by the ongoing war in Ukraine, to Nigerian higher institutions in order to continue their studies. Information Guide Nigeria

While the government was not elaborate as to whether the affected students will be admitted into private universities, THEWILL reports that academic activities across federal Universities in Nigeria have been grounded since February 14, 2022, due to the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). THE WILLS reports.

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In a statement presented on Monday by the spokesperson of the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Francisca K. Omayuli (Mrs), directed the returnees who are interested in continuing their studies in Nigeria to access and complete their registration.

The statement reads, “The Federal Government of Nigeria wishes to inform Nigerian students who returned from Ukraine, following the conflict in that country, that efforts are being made to facilitate their placement in various Nigerian tertiary institutions so as to enable them continue their studies. jamb results

“In this connection, Interested students should visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website: complete the online Nigerian Student in Ukraine (NSU) registration form with the required information on or before July 15, 2022.”

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