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For Nigerian Students, Abbey DLD Is Sure Pathway into Top UK Universities

Nigerian parents who crave to give their children an unrivalled opportunity to gain entry into some of the best universities in the United Kingdom, including Cambridge, Oxford and Imperial College London, should send them first to Abbey DLD Group of Colleges to equip them with the required knowledge, according to pre-university schools’ officials.

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25 YOUNG ZAMBIAN WOMEN GET JUSTINA MUTALE SCHOLARSHIP TO STUDY ABROAD

25 underprivileged young Zambian women have been selected to receive the Justina Mutale Scholarship to continue their education at institutions of higher learning around the world. The announcement was made at the Official Launch of the Justina Mutale Foundation’s Scholarship Programme, which was held at the Zambian High Commission in London, on Thursday 9th June 2016.

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JUSTINA MUTALE INSPIRES PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN ON GENDER EQUALITY

As a leading Equalities campaigner, Justina Mutale, Founder & President of the Justina Mutale Foundation for Leadership was invited to give a Talk at St Luke's Church of England Primary School in London on Wednesday 2nd March 2016, as part of the school's International Women's Month celebrations.

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JUSTINA MUTALE FOUNDATION LAUNCHES UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS FOR UNDERPRIVILEGED YOUNG AFRICAN WOMEN TO STUDY OVERSEAS

The Justina Mutale Foundation, a brainchild of Justina Mutale, African Woman of the Year 2012 and Global Ambassador for Gender Equality at the International Women’s Think Tank, has partnered with the European School of Economics (ESE) to offer Business and Leadership Scholarships; and also with Rai University of India, to offer STEM Scholarships (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) to academically talented underprivileged young women from Africa.

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Justina Mutale: The brain behind the project

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Government gives go-ahead to teaching in foreign languages in primary school

The Cabinet has decided to give primary schools more scope to teach English, German or French intensively at an early age. From 1 August 2015, primary schools will be permitted to set aside 15% of their classroom time to using one of these languages as a medium of instruction. Not only will pupils then learn English, for instance, as a subject on the curriculum; they will also take other subjects, such as history, biology or PE, through the medium of English. This Cabinet decision comes in response to the aspiration of schools and parents to give children an education that is more international, more challenging, and less bound by rules. A bill to this end will be submitted this summer by Sander Dekker (State Secretary for Education, Culture and Science) for an opinion to the Council of State.
 
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