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Scholar of the month- May 2018

Motunrayo Adesina studied Geology at Obafemi Awolowo Univeristy Ile Ife, Osun State and currently enrolled as a  Masters student of Environmental and Resource Management at the BTU Cottbus. She is the former Vice-president of Cottbus chapter and currently NiSIG ZONE 1 coordinator. In her free time she enjoys travelling, writing, Read More…

FINDING A JOB AFTER GRADUATION

First, my sincere apologies if in the end, this doesn’t fit into the conventional “Job tips” or “7 ways to get a Job” you typically find on the internet. It is my expectation that after you finish reading, you should be outraged. Personally, I am not very impressed with our Read More…

INAUGURATION OF NISIG GÖTTINGEN CHAPTER

The meeting held in Göttingen on the 15th of April,2018 @17:00hrs with the aim of inaugurating a chapter of the NiSIG (Göttingen).Meeting had in attendance NiSIG national President Ayodeji Ayansola and Joshua Alabi national Vice-President. AGENDA FOR MEETING: Introduction of attendees Opening remark from the National President Questions / Comments Election Read More…

The Double Air Pollution Burden in Port Harcourt, Rivers State; An Evidence of Age Long Environmental Regulatory Failure in Nigeria

Port Harcourt, a Metropolitan city in the Niger-Delta of Nigeria and the capital of Rivers State. It has a land size of an approximate 1811.6 km2 with a population of about 1.5 Million. Its otherwise referred to as “Garden City” because of its greenery landscape. Sadly, that is now a Read More…

NIGERIAN SCHOLARS IN GERMANY 2017/2018 EXECUTIVE BOARD MIDTERM REPORT

The mandates for this administration, which commenced October 2017 are; to extend the reaches of NiSIG, increase the awareness, and restructure the organisation, in terms of constitutional provisions. CONCLUDED TASKS Membership Incorporation of the previously named “Nigerian students in Berlin” into “Nigerian scholars in Germany” body Official inauguration of Freiburg Read More…

Planning a carrer path in Germany- NiSIG Berlin Chapter

On the 18th of March 2018, the NiSIG Berlin Chapter hold its first seminar on the topic: Planning a career path in Germany. The guest speaker at the event was Dr. Tsegaye Gegineh the Diversity Manager Daimler AG. Also, present was the Deputy head of mission at the Nigerian Embassy Alhaja Read More…

Scholar of the month- April 2018

Chioma Ihendu hails from Abia State, hold a Bachelor degree in Soil and Water Engineering and Masters in Process Energy and Environmental Studies Engineering at TU Berlin. She’s the current president of NiSIG Berlin Chapter and also one of the current MITACS Ambassador. Chioma believes in building bridges between some giant companies Read More…

NiSIG constitutional review committee

The 2017/2018 Executive Board has appointed members to the NiSIG constitutional review committee. The 2016/2017 NiSIG administration initiated a constitutional review; the current NiSIG Executive Board has continued the task in order to ensure the constitution reflects the organizations objectives, operations, activities and rights as members. To that effect, a Read More…

Nisig writing competition

In an effort to encourage the creative nature and talents of our members, NiSIG is excited to announce its first writing competition for aspiring writers. The competition has 4 different themes – alienation, apathy, freedom, and prejudice, for participants to select. What stories begin to form when you hear these Read More…

NiSIG OFFICIAL VISIT TO NIGERIA EMBASSY IN GERMANY.

The National Executive Board of the Nigerian Scholars in Germany (NiSIG), led by the National President, Ayodeji Ayansola on Wednesday, 28th February, 2018, paid a courtesy visit to the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in Berlin, Germany. The NiSIG National President was accompanied by the Vice President, Joshua Read More…

Scholar of the month – March 2018

Cecilia Oluwadunsin Akintayo hails from Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State. She studied Chemistry at Technical University, Clausthal-Zellerfeld and is currently enrolled as a Masters student in Polymer Science at the University of Freiburg. She is particularly interested in Sustainability and green Chemistry. Cecilia served as NiSIG Secretary General during the 2014/2015 administration. Read More…

INAUGURATION OF NISIG FREIBURG CHAPTER

The meeting held in Freiburg on the 24th of February,2018 @19:00hrs with the aim of inaugurating a chapter of the NiSIG (Freiburg). Sequel to the meeting, elections for various executive committees had already taken place. Meeting had in attendance the former President of NiSIG Samson Ajagbe, current President Ayodeji Ayansola Read More…

Scholar of the month – February 2018

Akinola Olubukola Esther studies at the Universität Bremen. She is currently enrolled as a masters student in neuroscience. She hails from Osun state. Her hobby is writing. She is currently the financial secretary of NiSIG Bremen chapter and effectively carries out her duties.

HIGHLIGHT OF THE JUST CONCLUDED NISIG NATIONAL EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING 2018

As part of the move to have a better NISIG year, the national executive board met on the 13th of January,2018 at Brunsstrasse 15, 21073 Harburg. All the members of the executive board were present, this includes; Ayodeji Ayansola (President), Joshua Alabi (Vice President), Victor Oyedele (Secretary General), Chinonye David (Treasurer), Adekola Read More…

Scholar of the month – January 2018

Nkem Chukwuka, who is currently a 5th year medical student at the Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf hails from Anambra State in Nigeria. She is the current President of NiSiG NRW Chapter, where she devotes her time and resources to the overall advancement of Nigerian Scholars in the Region. In her Read More…

Scholar of the month- December 2017

Uche Nacho Ilechukwu, popularly known as Armaniii, hails from Anambra state. He holds a bachelor degree in computer engineering and is currently pursuing a fresh degree in Information Engineering. Uche works as a sales engineer on the supply side of a mobile Ad network. He served as the Hamburg chapter Read More…

Workplace culture and attitude: A comparison of Nigeria and Germany

On the 26th September 2017, the NiSIG-Hamburg chapter had an informative session on the Topic: “Workplace culture and attitude: A comparison of Nigeria and Germany” at the Hamburg University of Technology. The guest speakers were Mrs. Christine Dreschel and Mr. Adeyemi Ademuyiwa. Mrs. Dreschel is the CEO of Benedicta International Trading Read More…

Scholar of the month- September 2017

Gege Olatunji hails from Ilaje local Government area of Ondo state. He holds a bachelor degree in Human Anatomy from the University of Benin. He recently completed his master studies in Radiation Biology at the Technical University of Munich. He is currently a research Associate at the University Hospital in Read More…

Scholar of the month- August 2017

Anidi Oluwakayode Caleb, hails from Delta State, Nigeria. He was born and raised in Ibadan, Nigeria where he had his primary, secondary and tertiary education. He obtained his Bachelors Degree in Agricultural Economics, from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria and he is currently enrolled in the Master Program in Agricultural Read More…

Scholar of the month- July 2017

Ayodeji Ayantayo Ayansola is a native of Ile-Ife in Ife central  Local Government, Osun state Nigeria. He has a Bachelor in Agronomy from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Ogbomosho, Nigeria and currently enrolled for a Master’s program in Environmental Resources Management, Brandenburg Technical University, Cottbus. He is currently the president Read More…