Author: Diaspora Chronicles

Cross-Atlantic Tales, Immigration Information

Out with a Bang! In with a Crunch!

Are you going to Lolu’s Exit Party? That was the question all around the African Community in the weeks leading up to the biggest party in town. Our very own Lolu was relocating to IbadanContinue reading

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Cross-Atlantic Tales, Immigration Information

The streets are not lined with Gold!

Recently I was having a conversation with a friend and they complained bitterly about the situation back home in Africa. The consensus according to my friend was that being abroad was the answer to allContinue reading

Immigration Information

Good News! UK eases rules for Student Work Visas

In recent times, I have watched with sadness as loads of immigrant UK graduates who would have loved to forge a career in the UK leave the country due to no staying options. It isContinue reading

Education

Russell Group Universities – The reason to attend one.

Russell Group Universities are a group of 24 world-class universities that receive the majority of the research funding in the UK. These institutions share a strong reputation for teaching and learning and attract staff and students fromContinue reading

Features, Immigration Information

Canada needs you – The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP)

Due to an aging population and low immigration rates, four Atlantic Provinces have met with the Canada’s minister of Immigration to establish a new immigration pilot program for the region. The federal and provincial governmentContinue reading

Cross-Atlantic Tales

COULD IT BE IN THE AMERICAN WATER?

I have known Femi since he was a toddler and he was the sweetest and most hardworking child any mother could ask for. It therefore did not surprise me that he excelled in academics whileContinue reading