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Graduation In Mauritius...:) [Review From The First Graduation Ceremony for Middlesex University]

As the 2nd graduation is about to take place, i decided to take you guys a little back to the last graduation ceremony which took place at the Hilton Flic en Flac, Mauritius. 

Ever since i graduated, I've been on several projects and activities. I'm currently going through my National Youth Service Corps [compulsory for all fresh graduates from Nigeria]. I also work for one of the leading ICT companies in Abuja, Nigeria called Circum Technologies Limited. Studying in Middlesex University has helped me broaden my horizon. I think globally and I also embark on global projects. This blog is a platform I created from the scratch through one of the courses [New Media] I took while in the Uni. My blog is being viewed in more than 30 countries of the world including  the United States, Nigeria, United Kingdom, etc. Companies and organizations are already partnering with this blog and I hope to make it a full-time job in the near future. It has also been nominated for one of the best blogs in Abuja, Nigeria. 


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Now, enough of what I've been doing after graduation; lets talk about Middlesex University, Mauritius, Graduation, etc. 













[Photo from the left: Ejigah OjonugbejuOkike IreneProf Michael Driscroll [Vice Chancellor ], Mfon-Obong Ekpa and Me 'Ebere Obioma']


Incase you don't know much about Mauritius, then you need to see THIS. Well, This is 100% culled from Kotzot News "including the pictures... and i'm there....yeah..."

"Middlesex University – Mauritian Branch, established in Mauritius in 2010, held its first graduation ceremony Friday at the Hilton in Flic en Flac. This is the first batch of students who received degrees Friday. Of the 38 graduates, 29 are foreigners, mainly from Nigeria. Middlesex University has 300 students, half of whom are from African countries, including Nigeria and Kenya. The graduation ceremony was held in the presence of Tertiary Education Minister Rajesh Jeetah and others.
During his speech, the director of the institution, Professor Anthony Eddison, praised the efforts of these young people. “We are proud of our worm Students and Their Achievements respectively. It’s nearly three years now since we started our operations in Mauritius and we look forward for this to Be The first graduation ceremonies of Many for Middlesex University in Mauritius, “he said. Of the 38 students who received their diplomas, 28 are from Nigeria and a student from Norway.

The ceremony was also an opportunity to reward the work and efforts of Le Pont Du Tamarinier, a nongovernmental organization that works to provide a home to those who live in extreme poverty. This NGO headed by Sylvie Gravel since 2008 was awarded an honorary doctorate in recognition of his commitment and achievements in the region of Tamarin.

First English university in the indian ocean, Middlesex University offers undergraduate studies for the Honors BA in Advertising, Public Relations and Media Business, Accouting and Finance, Business Management, Bachelor of Laws, Information Technology and Business Information Systems, International Tourism and Hospitality Management with Psychology and Counselling Skills. At postgraduate level, it offers MA Education, MSc Business Information Technology and MSc Computer Networks. From January 2013 it plans to offer a wider choice of postgraduate courses, including MBA.

The institution will hold its Education Fair Saturday, August 4 at its campus in Bonne Terre, an opportunity for aspiring students to meet instructors and take knowledge of the courses offered".
 Comments from an exited 2013 Graduating student; Debra George:
















If you are still thinking of a suitable place to school abroad, think Middlesex University Mauritius Branch Campus. I am a proud product [alumni] of this Great University.
More Photos from the last Graduation continues...










For more photos of the last graduation, visit www.grandbaie.mu's page on Facebook HERE

Volunteers needed: If you would be at the 2nd graduation ceremony and you have all it takes to be the official reporter of this blog, then here is an opportunity for you. Kindly send your graduation reports/news/pictures to my email ebere.obioma8@gmail.com. Gossips are also welcome. *winks*

9 comments:

  1. Anonymous18:38

    Wow, Ebere... This is really a memory lane. I'm glad you had loads of fun!

    Teekena

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  2. Anonymous13:34

    Abuja big babes. Congrats on your blog. No dulling. You sure know where you get your stories. I'm so so proud of you.

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  3. Anonymous12:26

    Gbozaaaaaa!.....Go girl. Gossip things. Mehn this girl rocks. I like your style. How do i process my admission for foundation level? kindly let me know ASAP. I love reading your blog. Keep it up. Anax

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  4. Ebube12:27

    Ebere Obioma's Gossip! Where have i been? Jeez. This is sooooo on point

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  5. Eddy Okolo12:29

    So Middlesex Uni also have a Mauritius branch. Holy Jesus! Pls where is Mauritius again? I would love to visit that paradise.

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  6. Anonymous12:31

    You just dey show yourself abi. Nyc one thou

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  8. Engr. Elohor Osaz12:38

    One very good thing about this blog is the look and feel of it. Easy navigation and color combination. I truly love your creativity and the way you put them together. xoxo

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  9. Anonymous14:59

    Next...

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