How Michael Olafusi Accidentally became Africa’s Number 1 MS Excel Guru, Quit His Job to Start Excel Consulting Firm

In this exclusive interview on After School Africa, Michael Olafusi shares the inspiring story of how his curiosity to learn on impulse lead him to develop exceptional skill in Microsoft Excel, accidentally caught the entrepreneurship bug, and quit his job to start his own Consulting firm purely based on his Excel skill. Michael Olafusi is […]

25 Must Have Android Apps for Smart Students to Boost Productivity

Life as a student does not have to be all tedious and hectic. Technology can help you study smarter, keep track of schedules and assignments, manage personal finance, connect with colleagues or even wake up in time for your studies. Take a look at these 25 android apps we consider educative, informative, entertaining or just […]

Udemy vs Udacity – Which is better to Take Online Courses?

One of the challenges of taking online courses is deciding which platform to learn from. The purpose of this article is to compare two major online learning platforms – Udemy or Udacity – and help you make a better decision on which platform to continue your journey in learning. Udacity Udacity believe university-level education can […]

17 Common habits every student should break before you leave school

What do you spend most of your time on? You have two choices; to either feel disappointed and frustrated about the whole situation in the country: high rate of unemployment, poor governance etc or take responsibility for your career. It may not seem easy to accept, high unemployment rate or not, you are responsible for […]

Top 10 Tips for Writing College Admission Essay

Written and submitted by Meghan I. College admissions is a time of anxiety and excitement for high school seniors, and the college admission essay is a perfect demonstration of this. It is exciting because you have the freedom to say what you want to say and talk about a variety of weird and wonderful subjects, […]

A Prescription for Becoming a Doctor – from a medical school graduate

Written and submitted by Shan Ronald a medical school graduate When you decide that you are going to study medicine and become a doctor, you’re not making a choice, you’re making a commitment. It’s not something you should go into casually, and it’s difficult to really have a feeling of what you’re getting yourself into […]