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SIX NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES TO BENEFIT FROM EU FUNDING FOR INTRA-AFRICA MOBILITY SCHEME                                                                                                                    14-04-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                                    Six Nigerian Universities to Benefit from EU Funding for Intra-Africa Mobility Scheme.

Nigeria has secured a groundbreaking opportunity for six Nigerian Universities to access funding under the European Union, EU’s Intra-Africa Mobility Scheme.
The Six Nigerian Universities are among Educational institutions that would benefit from the 15 Intra-Africa Mobility Scheme Projects.

Under the initiative, the European Union would spend €27 million, allocating €1.8 million to each of the Projects in the education and healthcare sectors in Africa.
These Projects, to be facilitated by various Universities, aim to enhance learning mobility opportunities for Students, Trainees, and Staff across the Continent, focusing on the development of high-level green and digital skills.

The participating Universities include the University of Lagos, University of Port-Harcourt and Ebonyi State University.
The Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Education, Mrs. Didi Walson-Jack, signed the agreement at the Global Gateway High-Level Event on Education in Brussels.
Mrs. Walson-Jack also said Nigeria would also benefit from the regional Team Europe Initiative on Opportunity-driven Skills, Vocational Education and Training in Africa, launched recently.

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