Wichita State University Admission for online Professional Classes

Wichita State University is currently offering Online, Professional Classes called “Badges” in many areas:Engineering, Business, Professional Writing, Social Media and More. 

Enrolling in a badge class with Wichita State University, USA has several advantages:Everybody will be awarded a scholarship to take one badge class. No Tution FEE for those who enroll before September 15, 2018.
Apply for these special classes for your own personal development. Completely online. Work at your own pace.No TOEFL or IELTS requirement.No other special requirements.To enroll in an online badge class, do any of the following before SEPTEMBER 15TH, 2018:
A. Visit any of our OfficesB. Call 08184985733C. Email ngozio@agonplace.net orD. WhatsApp only 08037051298
PLEASE NOTE: To get a full scholarship, Complete our application form BEFORE SEPTEMBER 15. This deadline cannot be extended.That’s it! We will take care of the rest! Wichita State University USA will admit you as a non-degree guest student and enroll you in the badge class. We will then send you information on how to access your free online class, get access to your Wichita State email address and more.

Note: This special scholarship is not available for Composite Manufacturing and Advanced MatLab classes
1. Care of Populations: Public Health 

2. Care of Populations: Leadership 
3. Care of Populations: Financial Planning 
4. Care of Populations: Community 
5. Care of Populations: Culture 
6. Care of Populations: Policy

7. Anatomy and Physiology of Lactation;

8. ASL Specialized Interpreting: Introduction to Healthcare Interpreting 
9. Creative Interventions: Professionalism in Practice 
10. Creative Interventions: Trauma Informed Care 
11. Professional Writing Series: Crafting Your Resume and Cover Letter 
12. Professional Writing Series: Professional Correspondence, Emails and Memos 
13. Engineering Graphic Series: Orthographic Multiview Projections 
14. Engineering Graphics Series: Parts 
15. Engineering Graphics Series: Assembly 
16. Engineering Graphics Series: Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing 
17. International Phonetic Alphabet: Overview 
18. ASL in Health Care Settings: Medical Terminology 
19. Creative Interventions: Mindfulness in Practice 
20. Professional Writing Series: Writing for Social Media 
21. Professional Writing Series: Researching Grants that Apply to You 
22. International Phonetic Alphabet – German 

23. International Phonetic Alphabet – Italian
24. Library Research: Introduction 
25. Library Research: Resource Use, Citations & Plagiarism 
26. Creative Interventions: Biofeedback in the Helping Professions 
27. Composite Manufacturing Technology Safety Awareness Badge 1 
28. Composite Manufacturing Technology Safety Awareness Badge 2 
29. Composite Manufacturing Technology Safety Awareness Badge 3 
30. Composite Manufacturing Technology Safety Awareness Badge 4 
31. Human Resource Management: Designing Jobs 
32. Human Resource Management: Effective Employee Recruitment 
33. Human Resource Management: Selecting the Right Employees 
34. Human Resource Management: Managing Employee Performance 
35. Human Resource Management: Mentoring Employees 
36. Advanced MatLab 
37. Global Business: Globalization and Its Implications 
38. Global Business: Managing Across Cultures 

39. School Health: Health Disparities, Child Development and Nutritional Needs of School – Aged        Children;
40. Professional Writing Series: Presenting Online
41. CMfgT/CSET: Hands-On Lab 
42. Creative Interventions: Creative Process in Practice 
43. Professional Writing Series: Editing Social Media 

44. Computer Programming: Linear Systems for Engineers

45.  Computer Programming: Computer Programming for Engineers

46. Computer Programming: Numerical Analysis for Engineers

47. Computer Programming: Root Finding for Engineers

48. Computer Programming: Numerical Differential Equations for Engineers

49. Beginning Jazz Improvisation: Introduction to Jazz Theory

50. Beginning Jazz Improvisation: Improvising Using Modes

51. Medical Terminology: Introduction to Medical Terminology

52. Intro to Criminal Justice: Courts

53: Medical Terminology: Bones, Muscles and Skin

54. WSU 101: College 101

55. WSU 101: College Level Academic Success

56. WSU 101: Degree Planning and Career Development

57. WSU 101: Financial Wellness

58. Computer Programming: Optimization for Engineers

60. Library Research: Plagiarism and MLA Citations

61. Library Research: Plagiarism and APA Citations

62. Accessibility in Higher Education: Accessibility, Accommodations and UDL

63. Accessibility in Higher Education: Accessibility’s Legal Landscape

64. Skeletal Muscle as an Endocrine Organ: Practical Blood Flow Restriction Applications



recruitment.army.mil.ng – Nigerian Army Recruitment 2018

Nigerian Army Recruitment 2018 | Application Portal Now Open on www.recruitment.army.mil.ng

The Nigerian Army Recruitment 2018 is NOW OPEN for registrations and applicants are advised to visit the Nigerian army recruitment portal http://recruitment.army.mil.ng/ to apply.

The Application commenced on 29 December 2017 and end will end on 9 February 2018.


  • Register with a valid email address
  • Complete the Online Application Form
  • Print and attest documents generated – Application and Guarantor forms
  • Visit designated examination and recruitment centres with above documents


  • Applicants shall be of Nigerian origin by birth and possess National Identity card.
  • Applicants must possess a minimum of 4 credits in not more than 2 sittings in WASSCE/GCE/NECO/NABTEB. One of the credits must be in English language.
  • In addition, Tradesmen & Women Applicants must also possess OND/Trade Test/City and Guild certificate
  • Non-Tradesmen & Women Applicants must be aged between 18 – 22 years by March 1, 2018.
  • Tradesmen & Women Applicants must be aged between 18 – 26 years by March 1, 2018.
  • Applicants must be medically, physically, and psychologically fit and must not be less than 1.68 meters tall for male and 1.62 meters tall for female.
  • Applicants must print their completed online forms, attest it and submit it at the examination recruitment centres during the screening exercise period.
  • Knowledge of additional Nigerian Languages other than mother tongue is an added advantage

Nigerian Army Recruitment Pre-Screening Examination Centres

  • Abia – Ibeku High School
  • Adamawa – Command Secondary School
  • Akwa Ibom – Christ The King College
  • Anambra – Igwebuike Grammar School
  • Bauchi – Government Day Secondary School
  • Bayelsa – Bishop Dimi Grammar School
  • Benue – Command Day Secondary School
  • Benue – 72 SF BN
  • Borno – Command Day Secondary School
  • Cross River – Command Children School
  • Cross River – Godwin Alli Cantonment
  • Delta – West End Mixed Secondary School
  • Ebonyi – Command Children School
  • Edo – Army Children School
  • Edo – NASEME Nichoho Barracks
  • Ekiti – Christ School
  • Enugu – Command Day Secondary School
  • Abuja – Command Day Secondary School
  • Abuja – Army Day Secondary School
  • Gombe – Government Secondary School
  • Imo – Command Children School
  • Jigawa – Jigawa State Polytechinic
  • Kaduna – Command Children School
  • Kaduna – Command Children School
  • Kaduna – Nigerian Army School of Artillery
  • Kano – Command Children School
  • Katsina – Natsinta Day Secondary School
  • Kebbi – Nagari College
  • Kogi – Command Children School
  • Kogi – Kogi State University
  • Kwara – Command Children School
  • Lagos – Command Day Secondary School
  • Lagos – Ojo Cantonment
  • Nasarawa – Government Secondary School
  • Niger – Command Children School
  • Ogun – Army Children School
  • Ondo – Army Children School
  • Osun – Oshogbo Grammar School
  • Oyo – Command Day Secondary School
  • Plateau – Command Children School
  • Rivers – Command Children School
  • Sokoto – Command Children School
  • Taraba – Government Teachers College
  • Yobe – Government Day Secondary School
  • Zamfara – Gusau Secondary School



MTN Global Graduate Development Programme (GGDP) Recruitment

MTN Global Graduate Development Programme (GGDP) provides an unparalleled opportunity to grow and advance your career. It is a 2-year structured development programme for young graduates, combining formal development (in partnership with Duke Corporate Education and the MTN Academy) and on-the-job learning. Upon completing the 2 year programme, graduates will be offered FULL EMPLOYMENT into MTN Nigeria subject to satisfactory performance during the 2 year period.


Minimum of a second class upper degree (2:1) or HND upper credit from a Nigerian or foreign institution in any of the following field(s) of study:

  • Social Science
  • Humanities/Arts
  • Law
  • Business Administration

Age and Experience:

  • Age limit: 26 years
  • Must have completed National Youth Service Corps (NYSC)
  • Must be fluent in English
  • Intermediate proficiency level in Microsoft Suite applications


  • Customer Focus
  • Fast learner
  • Entrepreneurial thinking
  • Proactively & self-motivation
  • Willingness to work in any assigned functional area/location


  • Digitally savvy, result-oriented and innovative
  • Strong numerate and analytical skills
  • Ability to apply theoretical knowledge to practical experience
  • Continuous learning and adaptability to new technologies
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to collect, analyse and interpret complex data
  • Ability to keep up with current developments and trends
  • Excellent relationship-building and teamwork capabilities
  • Ability to prioritise effectively and accept challenging responsibilities
  • Ability to apply creativity, innovation and analytical thinking in solving problems
  • Internally motivated, self-driven, receptive to feedback and ability to take ownership
  • Ability to work under pressure

Behavioural Competencies:

  • Must exhibit MTN Values of: Leadership, Innovation, Relationships, Integrity, and a Can-Do attitude.
  • Must exhibit MTN Vital Behaviours: Complete Accountability, Get It Done, Active Collaboration, and Complete Candour.

Job Conditions:

  • Normal MTN Nigeria working conditions
  • Open Plan Office
  • High performance culture
  • Valid international passport

Application Deadline:  28th January, 2018

Note: Successful candidates will be invited for an aptitude test scheduled to hold on 3rd February, 2018.

Click this link to apply: www.mtnggdp.kendoras.com.ng


Glo Recruitment 2017 | Glo Job Vacancies

JAMB Mop-up Examination 2018 | Re-printing for withheld/cancelled jamb utme examination 2018

JAMB Mop-up Examination 2018 | Re-printing for withheld/cancelled jamb utme examination 2018

This is to inform jamb candidates who registered for 2018 jamb utme examination but their results were either withheld or cancelled that the Joint Admission Matriculation Board, (JAMB) has approved a JAMB Mop-up Examination 2018.

JAMB Mop-up Examination 2018 is to enable candidates whose results were withheld or cancelled to rewrite the jamb utme examination.

The Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) Supplementary/Mop-Up Examination Date, Re-printing for withheld/cancelled jamb utme examination 2018 is for 12,000 Candidates.

JAMB Mop-up Examination 2018 is expected to commence on May 26th, 2018.

Jamb candidates are by this notice expected to visit the jamb website www.jamb.org.ng to reprint their JAMB Mop-up Examination 2018.

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has approved 26th May for rewriting of 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME) all 12,000 jamb candidates.

JAMB has sent an SMS and email to only jamb applicants eligible for the JAMB Mop-up Examination 2018.

Categories of applicants Eligible for JAMB Mop-up Examination 2018

  • Candidates whose biometrics was not captured during jamb utme registration
  • Candidates who are yet to see their results until now
  • Candidates who didn’t print out their slip before
  • Candidates whose results were withheld or cancelled due to malpractices from their cbt centre

How to reprint for JAMB Mop-up Examination 2018

 NOTICE ON JAMB Mop-up Examination 2018:

All applicants who were involved in malpractice are not included for the JAMB Mop-up Examination 2018, candidates who have seen their results are not included for the JAMB Mop-up Examination 2018.

Applicants who have fallen into the above categories are advised to reprint the JAMB Mop-up Examination to view their examination dates before 21st May 21, 2018.

Inform on how to check your results will be posted here… Good luck!!!





We are pleased to inform you that the FUNAI POST UTME 2018/2019 SCREENING TEST RESULT is out, all candidates who participated in the FUNAI POST UTME 2018/2019   should go online to check their results.


Note: Applicants who applied for the FUNAI POST UTME 2018/2019 and has seen their result should know that the result does not signify or guarantee admission into the university.


To access the result, candidates are expected to pay One Thousand Naira (N1, 000.00) only, by following the steps below:

  1. Applicants must go online to check then result via funai.edu.ng
  2. Now you can Click on “ADMISSIONS”
  3. From admissions Click on “Check PUTME Screening Result
  4. Enter your “JAMB Registration Number”
  5. Select a payment option to pay or generate a remita invoice
  6. Generate invoice from the portal  Proceed to any bank for your payment
  7. Proceed to any bank with your remitainvoice number to pay
  8. Return to the portal and confirm your payment by entering the remita invoice number you paid with.
  9. Proceed to check your PUTME screening result. 



Candidates should beware of fraudsters.

The University has not authorized any person (s) to collect money from candidates for admission.

Any money paid to individuals in that regard is at the giver’s risk. The University would not be held liable for it.

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