Guide Against Drug Abuse – Drug Expert Advises

Being very protective in our day-to-day- lives, especially in the manner we pay attention to the drugs we use amongst other things, offers the best opportunity to guide against the scourge of drug abuse. This was the view of Alh. Mustapha Yahuza Umar,

Most Common Mistakes Made in Exams & How You Can Avoid Them

There is no substitute for adequate revision in the educational system. As a student, if you have done your revision, there is no need to get stressed in an exam. You will find several mistakes which could have been avoided in varsity/college exams occur chiefly as a result of inadequate preparation of students. Below are common mistakes made in exams, how to avoid them, and answer the questions better.

Skyline University Nigeria (SUN) Sets to Donate 2000 Books Amongst Institutions of Higher Learning in Nigeria

Skyline University Nigeria through the University Library has adopted with consensus to support the transformation of education in Nigeria and the world over through the donation of library materials to institutions of higher learning. This commendable feat is another milestone that the university has been able to accomplish within the short period of her existence.

Football Superstar Ahmed Musa Becomes SUN Brand Ambassador

Congratulations to Nigeria’s Super Eagles Captain, Ahmed Musa, who became the first Brand Ambassador for Skyline University Nigeria (SUN). Ahmed Musa will now be involved in delivering the brand ambassador’s outcome for the institution of higher learning to embody corporate identity in appearance, values and ethics as well as promote school sports and represent the university in a variety of sports events.

Skyline University Nigeria (SUN) Receives Platinum Award of Excellence

Skyline University Nigeria represented by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sudhakar Kota has been honoured with a platinum award of excellence on dedication to education and development in Nigeria. The award was presented on 13th November 2019 when the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) six-man team paid a courtesy call to the university.