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Mr Olugbenga David O. Ogunbode (Chief Executive, TEC ) speaks at Cambridge University conference: Olugbenga was recently part of the panellist at The African Diaspora Biotech Summit at Cambridge University. The panel focused on: ‘Restructuring Africa's tertiary education system to make it globally competitive’. Olugbenga had this to say after the conference: ‘ It is exciting times for Africa despite…
Wednesday, 06 April 2016 00:00

Schools Owners Conference

CIEC - Schools Owners Conference TEC hosted international school owners from: Nigeria, Kenya, Saudi Arabia. Malaysia, UK, Ireland and Namibia. Olu Ogunbode TEC CEO had this to say: ‘the attendance of the 2nd School Owners conference doubled this year. It was great to see owners of some of the best schools around the world take part in what was an…
  TEC Commences Cameroon Operations In January 2016 We are pleased to announce that in January 2016 we will be opening a new office in Cameroon. The Director of the Team there will be Dr. Paul Chiy (A UK Educated Engineer and Lawyer).
Tuesday, 27 October 2015 00:00

BSE presents: 2016 Nigerian Parents Forum

Welcome to Nigeria Parent Forum (NPF) The Parents Forum Nigeria consists of a variety of talks for parents by leading educational experts on a broad range of critically important subjects from education to future careers and everything in between. Topics include advice about studying overseas, entrance exams, Healthy eating options, after school support, careers, finance, immigration and much more. The…
The UK has 34 universities in the Times Higher Education ranking of the world's top 200 institutions. Oxford climbs to second place, while Cambridge and Imperial College London also make the top 10 in fourth and eighth places respectively. Keeping the top spot for the fifth consecutive year is the California Institute of Technology in the US. Europe has a record number…
Wednesday, 09 September 2015 00:00

Universities criticised over poor quality teaching

Too many universities in England have allowed teaching to become "a poor cousin" to research, Universities Minister Jo Johnson has warned. Addressing university chiefs, Mr Johnson said while there were academics who "go the extra mile", too many had adopted a "disengagement contract". Teaching across the university sector had become "highly variable", he said. Universities UK said strong support from…
It made its warning jointly with think tank British Future. Figures due to be published on Thursday are expected to show net migration is more than three times higher than the government's target. The Home Office says it remains committed to reducing the net total to the tens of thousands. The Institute of Directors and British Future say radical policies…
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