Ogun State, Nigeria -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/16/2015 -- Well-known within the Nigerian community, both at home and abroad, students and graduates have long turned to NG Scholars to learn about IMSU Post-UTME dates and Post-UTME results, along with information about study abroad opportunities. Now, NG Scholars announces that it will also be offering information about job and internship opportunities available for Nigerian students currently on the job hunt.
Searching for jobs can be a difficult and time-consuming process, and one that is made even more complicated when the job seeker is looking for a job in a different country, or a job at home from abroad. NG Scholars seeks to streamline the job search for Nigerian students by providing job and internship listings all in one place. At NGScholars.com, students and recent graduates can access the "internships" or "jobs" tab to find frequent postings on opportunities in various locations that may suit their situation. Individuals can find links to applications for international and home-based internships in order to easily apply online; job listings, as well as information such as dates for military aptitude tests and lists of shortlisted candidates or appointed positions, are also made available by NG Scholars.
NG Scholars is also the go-to source for students looking to remain in touch with the Nigerian community in other ways. Offering a forum for which individuals can easily register online, NG Scholars seeks to keep Nigerians at home and abroad in touch with all kinds of opportunities available to them. The organization also offers up-to-date information on IMSU Post-UTME dates and Post-UTME results, along with a frequently-updated database of admissions forms, applications and other information that will help students with the university admissions process. Prospective students will also find links to admittance decisions and testing results, along with updated information on examination dates.
To take advantage of all that NG Scholars has to offer prospective employees, students and interns, visit them online at http://www.ngscholars.com
As a subsidiary of E-NG International, NGScholars strives to provide information to students in all levels of education. On the website, visitors will find information regarding scholarships, admissions and advice on how to excel in studies from undergraduate programs to post-doctoral. When seeking admission to an institution in and out of Nigeria, all information found on the site is sourced from education professionals and successful persons.
For more information, please visit http://www.ngscholars.com/