Candidates’ UTME performance statistics (2015-2018)

Over 70% of candidates who wrote theĀ Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) in four years scored below 200 despite the desire of a majority of...

Primary School enrolment rate in Nigeria (State by State)

Primary school education is the initial part of the compulsory, free basic education every Nigerian child must have, according to the law....

INFOGRAPHICS: What the education statistics say about Nigeria versus Iceland

Nigeria won Iceland 2-0 in the World Cup on Friday. Beyond the exciting victory, we decided to compare the education system in both countries....

12 states owing teachers salaries despite N1.8 trillion bailouts – BudgIT

Twelve states in Nigeria owe secondary teachers their salaries, according to a recently released report by BudgIT. This is despite series of N1.8trillion bailouts...

JAMB lists 2018 UTME top scoring candidates

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has listed the official top scoring candidates in the 2018 edition of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination...

UI admitted more male students than females in four years

The University of Ibadan admitted more male students than female students in four years, a research work shows. EduCeleb.com gathered that the research work covered...

WAEC records 54.59% pass in May/June 2018 results

A 54.59% credit pass in a minimum of five subjects including English without Mathematics was recorded in the recently concluded May/June West African Senior...

2018 Common Entrance Exam records higher enrolment

The 2018 Common Entrance Examination organised by the National Examinations Council (NECO) witnessed higher enrolment of 79,887 candidates compared to the 2017 edition with...
University of Ibadan

Once again, only UI ranked among top 1000 world universities

A world universities ranking has once again put the University of Ibadan (UI) as the only Nigerian university to rank among the top 1,000...

Junior Secondary School enrolment rate in Nigeria

The Junior Secondary School (JSS) is the second part of the nine year compulsory and free basic education every Nigerian child must have, according...
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