Author: Juliet Inyang

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Effective Presentations: Lessons from SICSS Paris

It’s only Day 2 of the Summer Computational Social Sciences, Paris Location. As part of the rich curriculum, I and 19 other participants were privileged to listen to Marie Bergström as she presented her recent study titled: The New Laws of Love – Studying Online Dating with Big Data Key lessons on the use of […]

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High-Paying Non-Academic Jobs for PhD Holders

Getting a PhD is great. It comes with great skillsets that many organizations and industries find valuable and are willing to pay heavily for. Unfortunately, many people seek a PhD because they love the idea of undertaking an academic career at the University and becoming a Professor. Statistics have shown that lately, many graduates are […]

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Great Guides for Writing A Research Abstract

Research Abstract is definitely not new to anyone who has undertaken undergraduate or postgraduate courses. As I mentioned in a recent newsletter on substack, you may already know these about the research abstract: It is a summary of one’s research It helps a reader to understand what the research is about It should be written […]

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How To Easily Get Hired As A Lecturer In Nigeria 

Lecturing is one of the most respected professions in Nigeria. As a lecturer in the university, I can confidently say that there is great room for growth and productivity for anyone in this sector. If you are applying for lecturing positions in Nigeria, here are a few things to do to give you an edge: […]

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What Are You Doing Differently About Your Research?

Until you are able to answer this question, you would always feel frustrated about your research. In research, doing something different doesn’t imply researching an entirely new topic. You can choose to work on a topic that has seemingly been over-worked on and still come up with a unique piece of work. The difference can […]

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A Stroll in the AH Workspace

At AH, we have different people who take on specific research tasks because they have built their skills on those tasks. In this article, I walk you through the process of doing qualitative research (interview) at AH.

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How To Write An Amazing College Admission Essay

Admission essays can be a bit tricky. Here is how to write a convincing admission essay that will guarantee your acceptance in your dream school, Sample inside

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Study in Canada without IELTS

Study in Canada without IELTS is possible. Find a comprehensive list of institutions that exempts the IELTS requirement for international students.

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International Student Insurance – Important Facts

Every year, thousands of international students in foreign countries require emergency medical treatment, however, the cost of obtaining the needed health care does not come cheap. You have to factor in the different costs to be incurred. This will inform certain decisions that you need to make. This is because international students are most often […]

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A Guide to Work-Study Programs for Students

Work or Study? Many African students cannot afford to fully finance their foreign education. Scholarships and grants are competitive, and study loans are not altogether desirable. To achieve their dream of studying abroad, the work-study option comes to play. First, it will be helpful to define what a work-study program is. Definition of Work-Study Program […]

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