Tag: Project Management Students

I will be offering a free consultation service for persons who are pursuing a bachelor’s degree in project management at any university or college around the world. Inform your course mates or anyone you know who is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in project management.

The consultation service will mostly focus on how you can start planning your project management career as a student, how you can start developing your entrepreneurship skills or entrepreneurial mindset as a student, how you can research and choose the project management certifications that would be right for your career before or after graduating, how you can become a digitally-savvy project manager, how to search for and choose the right mentor for your project management career and so much more. Just ask me any relevant or valuable question....   Read the Full Article>>>

Project Management Degree Students

I believe this is a question that is on the lips of most persons who are currently pursuing a bachelor’s or master’s degree in project management. I have been there before so I know how it feels when you are confused as to how to define or plan your project management career as a (degree) student.

In 2008, when I gained admission to study Project Management Technology at FUTO (Federal University of Technology Owerri), I was so excited of not only overcoming the JAMB (Joint Admission and Matriculation Examination) stress but also overcoming the admission stress. JAMB really jammed me for some years, and anyone who has passed through that JAMB jamming experience knows how bad, frustrating, and insulting it is....   Read the Full Article>>>

FUTA

In this new interview series titled “The Challenges of Project Management Students in Nigeria,” I will be interviewing project management graduates and students on the challenges they faced or are facing in their own higher institutions in Nigeria, respectively, and their own solutions and suggestions to solving such challenges. My first interview in this new series was with Anidiobi Eric Ejiofor, a recent project management technology (PMT) graduate from FUTO (Federal University of Technology Owerri)....   Read the Full Article>>>

Looking at the population size and age range in Africa, you could see that the youths and children constitute a larger percentage of the population, and that’s a sign that the continent would not lack workforce in the future. But, if these future workforce do not receive the right education and training, they might be more destructive or less constructive.

These youths and children will grow having different skills set and will end up practicing different professions across various industries, and some, maybe a very few will end up practicing the project management profession. To those of them who will end up practicing the project management (PM) profession, our down-up formula will be beneficial to their career....   Read the Full Article>>>