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Master Scholarships for Foreign Students at Marche Polytechnic University in Italy, 2017-2018



Applications are invited for Master Degree in Biomedical Engineering at Marche Polytechnic University in Italy for 2017-2018 academic year. Foreign citizens are eligible to apply for this scholarship program.
Marche Polytechnic University seeks to develop students of faith, intellect, and character who have the skills and the desire to continue learning and to serve others throughout their lives.
Marche Polytechnic University is a public University in Ancona, Italy. It offers undergraduate and graduates degrees in Agriculture, Engineering, Economics, Medicine, and Biology.
Course Level: Scholarships are available to pursue Master degree programme.
Study Subject: Scholarships are available to pursue Biomedical Engineering.
Scholarship Award: Each scholarship is awarded for an academic year (with the possibility of extension for the second year of the course) and amounts to € 7,200.00 gross of the costs borne by the beneficiary.
Number of Scholarships: Up to 10 scholarships are available of which no. 3 grants reserved for citizens of a developing country classified by the World Bank as a country characterized by a low-income economy or a low-income economy.
Scholarship can be taken in Italy
Eligibility: Admission Requirements
Applicants who have the following qualifications can apply for participation:
Being a foreign citizen;
Have applied for pre-enrollment for the first year of the Master of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering for A.A. 2017/2018, according to the online procedure available at and be admitted by the Selection Committee.
Nationality: Foreign citizens are eligible to apply for this scholarship program.
College Admission Requirement
Entrance Requirements: Applicants must have applied for pre-enrollment for the first year of the Master of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering for A.A. 2017/2018.
English Language Requirements: Applicants whose first language is not English are usually required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the University.
How to Apply: The application must be sent by e-mail (only a PDF file with a maximum size of 5 MB, the name of the PDF file must include the last name, a point, the name of the candidate, example: surname.nome.pdf) at the following address Mail: and in copy to
FLOR Scholarship Acceptance Form
FLOR Scholarship Application Form
Application Deadline: Scholarship application deadline is November 6, 2017.

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2017 PDP Convention: There’s no conspiracy against South-west — Governor Dickson




Bayelsa Governor Seriake Dickson has dismissed claims that there is a vast conspiracy against the Yoruba at the ongoing national convention of the Peoples Democratic Party.

“There’s no conspiracy against the southwest,” Mr. Dickson told PREMIUM TIMES Saturday afternoon.Movies123

The 2017 national convention of the PDP kicked of this morning in Abuja. The governor spoke with PREMIUM TIMES on the sidelines of the event at Eagle Square.

Olabode George, a PDP chieftain who was in the race for the party’s chairmanship, had alleged conspiracy against the Yoruba when he withdrew his interest last night.

Mr. George, 72, said a gentleman’s agreement that was entered into by the party’s leaders for the next chairman to emerge from the South-west had been jettisoned, describing those responsible as men whose “sun would soon set”.

Seven out of the nine candidates for the chairmanship are Yoruba. But five of them have reportedly followed Mr. George to step down, leaving only Tunde Adeniran from the region.

Mr. Adeniran is expected to face an arduous challenge in the person of Uche Secondus, a former senator from Rivers State who once led the party in an acting capacity.

Although he clarified that he had not read Mr. George’s statement, Mr. Dickson said “the South-South and the South-west are not fighting.”

The governor said all the South-South governors had once rallied behind a Yoruba candidate in the past.

“Don’t forget that at the last convention, all the governors wanted an aspirant from the southwest,” Mr. Dickson said of the 2016 botched convention. “There was even an endorsement of Jimi Agbaje.”

Segun Adekoya, a PDP member of the House of Representatives, agreed with the governor, saying it’s “too bad” that Yoruba aspirants failed to reach a consensus early.

“We advised them to settle on one person for several weeks but they didn’t listen, this is politics at play, not conspiracy,” Mr. Adekoya said.

Moreover, Mr. Dickson said, the South-west still stand a better chance of clinching victory since their candidate will now go head-to-head with the South-South’s.

“If, based on what we’re hearing, six aspirants from the southwest have stepped down, then the remaining aspirant has a chance to be our chairman,” Mr. Dickson said.

He said the political calculation has changed since then.

“So if in the calculation of people, certain things have changed, then it’s a question of political calculation,” he said. “It’s not conspiracy.”

The governor declined to specifically tell PREMIUM TIMES his preferred candidate for the chairmanship, saying it is more prudent to wait for the outcome.

“The voting is yet to commence, so there’s no need to prejudge the outcome of the process,” he said.

The governor said he holds Mr. George “in highest esteem”, urging the Board of Trustees member to look beyond the leadership tussle and set his eye on the bigger price.

“I think that all lovers of our party, aspirants and lovers of democracy should rather place more emphasis on the work ahead, especially the next general election coming,” Mr. Dickson said. “We know that the election of the leadership of our party is important. But what is more important is the general election, which would kick-start from next year.”

He added that if there’s a need to set up a reconciliation committee like the last one he held in the wake of the disputed Port-Harcourt convention, then the party would explore such measures.

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Okorocha clarifies ‘Ministry of Happiness and Purpose Fulfilment’, explains appointment of sister




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The Rochas Okorocha administration has blamed the printer’s devil for the wrong christening of the Ministry of Happiness.

The Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Sam Onwuemeodo, said the typographic error led to the naming of the Ministry as the Ministry of Happiness and Couples Fulfilment. It is now called Ministry of Happiness and Purpose Fulfilment.

“There was a typographic error in the first statement issued on the swearing in of the new commissioners.

The word “Couple” was inadvertently written, instead of the word “Purpose,” we regret that.

The statement went on to justify the essence of the new ministry and its purpose in the state.

“The real essence of life is to be happy and to fulfil one’s purpose in life; Government officials are elected to address this.

Happiness and Purpose Fulfilment Ministry, therefore, is established for the lost time to correct the policy framework to guide ministries and departments on what they must do to guarantee the citizens’ happiness and contribute better to the society.

“This is the very reason people elect their leaders: to guarantee their happiness and purpose fulfilment. A great leader therefore, is one who provides happiness to the people.

“Unfortunately, this vital element of our social lives has not been properly addressed. Governments at different levels have created several ministries and departments to achieve this, yet people are bitter, angry with hate speeches which lead to crisis, war and even terrorism,” the release read.

The statement further described the choice of Mr. Okorocha’s sister, Ogechi Ololo, as the Supervisory Commissioner in charge of the ministry as a wise choice considering her experience in administration.

“The choice of Mrs Ogechi Ololo, a Masters Degree Holder in computer Science, USA who has been the Deputy Chief of Staff to the Governor on Domestic Matters and Food Security can be described as a round peg in a round hole.

“Before her appointment as the supervisory commissioner, she was charged with the responsibility of liaising with the federal government on N-Power Project, CBN Anchor project and BOI, Empowerment Projects.”

Governor Rochas Okorocha has also created other similar ministries such as the ministry of non-formal sector and market development to address issues of the poor state of Imo markets and organise the non-formal sector to make them more productive.

The ministry of education was also split into three ministries, primary and secondary; tertiary non-formal education; ICT, Science and Technology.


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South-east governors to meet on PDP chairmanship candidate – Umahi



South-east governors belonging to the opposition Peoples Democratic Party will meet soon to decide on a consensus candidate for the chairmanship of their party.

Governor Dave Umahi of Ebonyi State disclosed the planned meeting, but he did not indicate the date it would take place.

He spoke in Abakaliki on Tuesday, during the vote-seeking visit of Raymond Dokpesi, one of the candidates for the chairmanship post.

The PDP will hold its convention on December 9 in Port Harcourt, and also fill party vacancies.

Mr. Dokpesi, who called upon Ebonyi people to support him, gave an assurance that as the chairman of the party, he would sustain the legacy of the party’s founding fathers and that of Governor David Umahi.

He addressed the party’s 41st State Executive Council, SEC, meeting, held at the secretariat of the party in Abakaliki, the state capital.

Mr. Dokpesi acknowledged PDP’s dominance in the state and endorsed Mr. Umahi for a second term, to enable him complete his projects.

“Based on our confidence, our faith is in the hands of God and the delegates,” Mr. Dokpesi said.

Mr. Umahi who introduced Mr. Dokpesi to the meeting said he is qualified to be the party’s national chairman. But he gave no further commitment.

“In the past we have voted blindly but now our eyes are open to seek negotiation with everyone aspiring, so as to agree on what he will do for us. What ever the zone comes up with, we will let you know”, Mr. Umahi said.

“The commitment and zeal of the aspirant who is going round 36 states of the federation to ask for vote is highly commendable. I am one of the apostles who will not give power to anyone that is not prepared,” Mr. Umahi added.


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