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The Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) has officially announced the resumption date for Academic Activities to be on Monday, January 18, 2021.

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FUTA Resumption Date for 2020/2021

This announcement was made at the Senate of the Federal University of Technology Akure, during it's meeting held on Friday, January 8,2021, where the approval was given for the resumption of academic activities from Monday January 18, 2021.

   In furtherance to this notice, Students are expected to be back on campus on Monday January 18,2021 which is for FUTA reopening date for Academic Activities.

READ ALSO :  How To VIEW/PRINT Your FUTA Results from the Undergraduate Dashboard

 IMPORTANT NOTICE: Students are also advised not to return to campus, under any guise, BEFORE the date of resumption.

FUTA COVID-19 Regulations and Safety Guidelines

In view of the current Covid-19 pandemic situation, FUTA advised all returning students to strictly adhere to all safety precautions, protocols and guidelines puts in place by the university.

   Some of these preparations are the provision of sanitizers and hand washing points by the University at strategic places. However, students are also advised to come with their personal hand sanitizers.

Covid 19 Mask Wearing For Students

   The University also lay emphasis on Mask Wearing and added; Students should ensure they come with their facemasks which must be worn at all times in and around the University. 

"The wearing of face masks and rule of social distancing will be strictly enforced" - FUTA added

FUTA Aspirants: COMING TO FUTA Seminar Series by the FutaNewsandGist Team

This announcement was approved by the FUTA Deputy Director of Corporate communications and protocol,  Mr Adegbenro Adebanjo on January 11, 2021.

Source: FUTA Official SM page

FUTA Officially Announces Resumption Date For 2020/2021, Set COVID 19 Protocols

 The third Episode of the COMING TO FUTA Series was held at the closed group on the 19th of December, 2020 where the third speaker walk the Aspirants through Making Use of Opportunities in the University. This episode was also the last episode held in the Aspirants Closed group.

Coming to FUTA: Making Use of Opportunities

Below are some key takeaways from the seminar;

Coming to FUTA Ep 3 Key Takeaways: Making Use of Opportunities

The speaker began by congratulating those who made it to the closed group for the session as the Coming to FUTA Episode 1Episode 2 and this Episode 3 session consists of highly valuable Information which will be useful to the Aspirants before and after gaining admission.

   Below are summary of the session;

The speaker classified some of the Opportunities based on six different points as listed below: Degree courses vs Degree courses vs - FutaNewsandGist

The first difference between a vs degree courses is the duration whereby degree courses are usually 4 years course while courses are 5 years. The speaker further added the fact that; courses according to research are usually broad and theoretical while courses are technical and practical.

  Knowing this difference before gaining admission will help students to prepare their mindset after admission.

Scholarship Opportunities and When to Look Out For Them

Scholarship Opportunities - FutaNewsandGist

One of the common mistakes you might end up making is taking Scholarship program opportunities with levity hands . The speaker mentioned by saying; you might end up not to be too bothered about it and before you realize it, it will be too late.

  "While scholarships eligibility is quite different and their rewards, one common factor is - Scholarship opportunities are usually targeted for 200L diligent students. So you need to be very concious once you're in your second year." He added
In today's era, one can almost NOT do without an IT Skills. 

  Whether you want to surf the Internet, write a document using Microsoft Word, design a presentation slide using PowerPoint, develop a software program using programming languages and etc.

   Fortunately, FUTA is trying their best to Empower students (regardless of your departments) on IT Skills. Some of these courses are CSC 102, CSC 202 (Python and PHP ), and the like of others although students will still need a bit of Self-education to master these courses. 

Entrepreneurship Skills

Entrepreneurship Skills - FutaNewsandGist

Entrepreneurship is defined as the art or science of innovation and risk-taking for profit in business. In an article shared earlier about 100L - 500L First Semester Courses to watch out for, EMT 301 (an Entrepreneruship Course) was briefly mentioned.

  The speaker during the session explained to the participants that there's a practical session for EMT during the second semester in 300L where students can select any entrepreneur skills they would like to go for.

Whether you fancy personal growth, technical growth, or other forms of positive growth, there are some clubs (I mean the one that leaves a good impact on you) in FUTA that which you can join. Some of these clubs are the Google Developer Club, the Space Club, Impact Leadership Club, and some others.

   However, you'll need to be a bit careful in choosing the club you want to belong to; as if it does not fit in into your interest, it might end up derailing you.

How To Join the Google Developer Student Club in FUTA

FUTA Facilities for Students' Use


FUTA Facilities - FutaNewsandGist

   Sometimes it's not really the lack of resources that stop us, but the lack of awareness that the resources is available. While FUTA cannot be perfect in all ramifications, there are a lot of resources in the University that you can take advantage of, in order to become a better version of you.

 One of these resources is the Albert Ilemobade Library which has a lot of digital, audio visual and physical reading materials for students. 

You can also read to discover: 4 Amazing Things You Can Do In The FUTA Library

Finally; The speaker ended the lecture by leaving room for questions and wishing the Attendants all the very best in their journey to become a bonafide FUTA Student .

About the Speaker

Tunde Abdulhamid Sanusi nick-known as 'Tuham' is from the Department of Mathematical Science and currently the Creative Lead for the FutaNewsandGist Team.
    When he's not working on web projects, you'd find him cherishing Mother Nature's beauty. You can follow his works on Instagram via @tuhamworld

Coming to FUTA Ep 3 Takeaways: Making Use of Opportunities

The second Episode of the COMING TO FUTA Series was held at the closed group on the 13th of December where the second speaker walked the Aspirants through FUTA likely obstacles and how to overcome them.

Coming to FUTA: Likely Obstacles and How To Overcome

Below are some key takeaways from the seminar;

COMING TO FUTA Ep 2 Takeways: Likely Obstacles and How To Overcome them.

The speaker begin by starting first with the definition of Obstacles as something that stand up in the way of, or holds up progress. He then further classified obstacles based on seven different points.

Classification Based on Environmental Issue

As a fresher experiencing a new environment for the first time, it might be a little bit hard to adjust or adapt in the first place.
  The speaker advise students not to try and get everything right at once. Instead; students should take it one step at a time, remain confident and eventually will come to love the University Environment.

Classification based on Cost of Education

The speaker mentioned how although school fees are not expensive in FUTA but your first year are usually somehow while the remainning years will be cheaper and affordable.

Classification based on Pressure of Study

All fingers are not equal and the speaker address also buttress on the fact that some students get to sponsor themselves in school hence coping with these two sometimes can be tricky. He further explain how the pressure of study to avoid social and educational repercussions can also become an obstacle.
  The speaker urges students to focus more on learning rather than getting a good GPA. 

Classification Based on Health Issues

Since it is the first time being away from home, for most students, homesickness can strike very hard. However, thanks to modern way of communication, most students feeling homesick can stay connected with their parents, family members and friends over the internet .

Classification Based on Finding a New Friend

It can be a little bit difficult making friends at a new place, but don't make the mistake of thinking that you will have to fit in with people who have different interests. You can be yourself and find friends at the same time, you just have to be patient and involve yourself in activities that you like.

Classification Based on Procrastination

Procrastination is a thief of time and what needs to be done now, should not be left till tommorrow. The speaker stresses the importance of learning how to manage your time as the task of living alone, doing your required chores, maintaining a social life, and some other activities might make you lose track of tiem.
   Procrastinator sleep in irregular patterns and do everything at the last minute. He further added that; as a fresher, you should set a rough timetable and start utilizing your time more efficiently.

Classification based on Accomodation

This is one of the most common obstacle faced by freshers. You may get a place in the hostel or Outside School, but it can sometimes be quite difficult to find student accomodation that is right for you. 
    You have to consider factors such as distance, rent rates, facilities, roomates (if you're planning to have one), and etc. It is usually advisable to start planning for your accomodation before you leave home.

Solutions to Overcoming Likely Obstacles in FUTA

Towards the end of the seminar, the speaker expantiate on some solutions to overcoming likely obstacles in FUTA and they're sumamrized into below six points;

  • See Health Advise
  • Manage your Money
  • Networking
  • Time Management
  • Seek Academic Advise
  • Learn Studying Skill

About the Speaker

Adeyemo Bunyamin known as "Sir D" is from the Department of Mathematical Science and currently the Resources Manager for FutaNewsandGist. 

   When he's not solving Mathematical equations, you would see him keeping his hands busy with making male and female footwear.

  You can follow his works on Instagram with @SirD_footwear .

COMING TO FUTA Ep 2 Takeaways: Likely Obstacles and How To Overcome them.

The First Episode of the COMING TO FUTA Series began on the 5th of December starting with the first speaker who walked the Aspirant through FUTA courses and their requirements. 

futa courses and their requirement - COMING TO FUTA Seminar

  Below are SOME KEY takeaways (And not ALL) from the seminar;






10 Places You Should Know as a FUTA Bonafide Student


About the Speaker

Olapade Yusuf popularly known as "the Exceptional" is from the Department of Mechanical Engineering and currently the Education Officer for FutaNewsandGist.

    When he's not tutoring students or sharing information related to Academics, you would see him creating stunning graphics as a Graphics Designer.

  You can follow him on Instagram with @Excep_tional_ .

COMING TO FUTA Ep 1 Takeways: FUTA Courses and Their Academic Requirments

One of the common mistakes Aspirants made is choosing a school with little or no solid information about their school of choice. This sometimes leads to missing out on some opportunities and resources their chosen institution has to offer.

      To educate Aspirants, FutaNewsandGist will be hosting her first seminar tagged "COMING To FUTA SEMINAR SERIES" which is based on how to make the most of your chosen institution.

Coming to FUTA Seminar Series by FutaNewsandGist

Making the decision to choose a certain school will determine the next 4 - 5 years of your life and while some are lucky to make the right decision, some do not. This sometimes leads to making bad choices before and after gaining admission - or may be losing out on some opportunities the school has to offer. 

    In this upcoming seminar; we will be sharing some golden tips, facts, and resources that will be handy for you before and after gaining admission into the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA). 

Download: All FUTA POST UTME Practise and Past Questions

 πŸ‘‰    You'll also get to meet other like-minded Aspirants and share your experiences/difficulties so you can able to get it solved.

How to Register for the Seminar

Date: December 5th, 2020
Contact us:  07030783384, 08136649497, 08100802923
Location: Virtual event (will be disclosed to participants)

The seminar had ended. Below are summaries from the seminar;

COMING TO FUTA Ep 1 Takeaway: FUTA Courses and Their Requirements

COMING TO FUTA Ep 2 Takeaways: Likely Obstacles and How To Overcome Them

COMING TO FUTA Ep 3 Takeaways: Making Use of Opportunities

Coming to FUTA Seminar Series by the FutaNewsandGist Team

Google is invested in increasing the number of future computer scientists and software developers, particularly those who are historically underrepresented in the field. One of the best way Google is doing that is by launching the STEP 2021 professional internship program for many aspiring computer scientists.

Google_internships_program - futanewsandgist

About the Student Training in Engineering Program, STEP 2021

            The Student Training in Engineering Program (STEP) is a 12 week program which is meant to offer students the opportunity to work on a software project alongside another STEP intern, with the support of full-time Googlers and a mentor. You (as a participant) will also get to attend trainings to enhance your technical and professional skills.

Eligibility for the Google STEP 2021 Internship Program

This internship is intended for students in their first or second year of an accredited full-time degree program in Computer Science or related technical fields, with an anticipated graduation date between 2023 and 2025. 
        Google especially encourage applications from students in underrepresented in the engineering and tech industry. For students graduating in 2021 and 2022, you're encouraged to apply to the Software Engineering or Site Reliability Internship.

Minimum Qualifications

  • You should currently be in your first or second year of a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or a related technical field.
  • Have a Programming experience in either Java, C++ or Python.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Ability to speak and write in English fluently.
  • Interest and ability to learn other coding languages as needed.
  • Available for a full-time 12-week internship from 5th July to 24th September 2021.
  • Returning to a full-time Bachelor’s degree for a minimum of two years after completing the Summer 2021 internship.
  • Experience in programming outside of your university course.


  1. Apply knowledge gained in computer science courses to real-world challenges.
  2. You will be matched with a Google engineer to mentor you throughout the internship.
  3. Complete a challenging technical project with a team of Googlers and other STEP interns.
  4. Attend training sessions to build your professional skills and to help set you up for success.
  5. Enhance your coding by using new tools and programming languages.

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How To Apply for Google STEP 2021 Internship Program

  • To start the application process, you will need an "updated CV" or "resume" and a current unofficial or official transcript in English.
  •  Click on the “Apply” button on the page shown by the link mentioned in Step 1
  • Provide the required materials in the appropriate sections (PDFs preferred):
        1.  In the "Resume Section:" attach an updated CV or resume
        2.  In the “Education Section:” attach a current or recent unofficial or official transcript in English.
                                      Under “Degree Status,” select “Now attending” to upload a transcript.


            By applying to this position your application will automatically submitted to the following locations: Cairo, Cairo Governorate, Egypt; Dubai - United Arab Emirates; Accra, Ghana; Nairobi, Kenya; Lagos, Nigeria; Moscow, Russia; Δ°stanbul, Turkey; Kyiv, Ukraine, 02000

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    [Google Internship] - How To Apply for Google STEP 2021 Internship Program

    Total Upstream Nigeria Limited (TUPNI), in pursuance of its Corporate Social Responsibility, is pleased to announce the offer of its 2020/2021 NNPC/TOTAL National Merit Scholarship awards to deserving Nigerian students in the tertiary institutions in the country.

    NNPC/Total Scholarship 2020/2021

            The programme aims to enhance learning opportunities among Nigerians by providing a yearly grant to the successful applicants from their second year to the completion of their undergraduate degree programme.

    [Did You Miss] - FUTA Now Allow Undegraduates To VIEW/PRINT Their Results

    Who can apply for the NNPC/SNEPCo Scholarship 2020?

    Applicant must: πŸ‘‡

    1. Be a citizen of Nigeria

    2. Currently be a FULL TIME Undergraduate student in a recognized Nigerian University, accredited by the National Universities Commission (NUC)

    3. Be a certified 100 or 200 level student at the time of this application.

    4. Not be a beneficiary of similar awards from the Industry 

    [Important] - 10 Places You Should Know Inside FUTA As a Bonafide Student


     The following categories of students need not apply;

    • Students with less than 200 score in UTME
    • 200 level students with CGPA of less than 2.5 in a 5.0 grade system
    • 300 levels students and above
    • Students who are current beneficiaries of similar awards from the industry 

    How to apply for the NNPC/SNEPCo Scholarship 2020

    1. Every applicant should have a valid personal email account and phone number.

    2. Applications by eligible candidates should be submitted online at


    • Applications closes on "October 31, 2020."
    • Examination details will be communicated to shortlisted candidates only. 

    CHECK OUT: All Available Scholarships Posted by FutaNewsandGist 

    Do not forget to share this article with your friends. ;)

    NNPC/ TOTAL Undergraduate Scholarship 2020/2021

    NNPC/Total Undergraduate Scholarship Scheme 2020/2021

     Established in 1944 to commemorates the signing of the 1966 UNESCO/ILO Recommendation concerning the Status of Teachers, World Teachers' Day is an International Day held annually on every October 5.

    About the 1966 UNESCO/ILO Recommendations

           The 1966 UNESECO/ILO Recommendation is a standard-setting instrument that addresses the status and situations of teachers around the world which outlines standards relating to education personnel policy, recruitment, and initial training as well as the continuing education of teachers, their employment, and working conditions.

    When is World Teachers' Day Celebrated?

    World Teachers' Day is held every year on October 5 in which today on the 5th of October, 2020 makes the 26th year after the establishment.

    READ ALSO: After the End of a Semester, What NEXT?

    Why is World Teachers' Day Celebrated? 

    World Teachers' Day aims to focus on "appreciating, assessing and improving the educators of the world" and to provide an opportunity to consider issues related to teachers and teaching.

    How is World Teachers' Day Celebrated?

    To celebrate World Teachers' Day, the UNESCO and Education International (EI) mounts a campaign each year to help give the world better understanding of teachers and the role they play in the development of students and society. The UNESCO and EI partner with the private sector such as media organizations in order to achieve this purpose. [Wikipedia]

    Did You Miss: FUTA Now Allow Students To Print/VIEW Their Results Online

        These campaign however focus on different themes for every year. For instance, "Empowering Teachers” is the theme for 2017.

    Now over to you?

    Even if you can't express it physically to them, you can simply send a tweet on twitter or a share on Facebook to appreciate the heroes called Teachers will make their day 😊

    World Teachers' Day : When, Why and How It is Celebrated in the World

     Are you a FUTA Students who's enthusiast about  Data Science (DS) , Machine learning (ML) and Artificial intelligence (AI) but finding it a litt bit hard to connect with peer groups of the same interest?


       Perhaps maybe you want to become an expert or a researcher in these fields? IF YES, here's the opportunity to meet fellow members of the same interest in your field by joinning the Data Science Nigeria Community in collab with FUTA to learn the skills for *FREE* !

     Join Data Science Nigeria Community in FUTA (DSN AI+ FUTA)

    Other benefits include:πŸ‘‡

    •  Access to training, meetups, workshops and events.
    • Access to our knowledge box which contains over 10,000 learning video materials from AI experts and world leading institutions 

    Follow this 2 Simple steps to become a full member 

    1. Obtain an "official membership ID" from the DSN LINK here

    2. Join the FUTA community with your ID by visiting this page

    Did You Miss DSC FUTA PAST EVENTS? Check them out below; πŸ‘‡

    πŸ‘‰ DSC FUTA Tech for Girls 1.0 Event

    For more Enquiry about Joining Data Science Nigeria AI + FUTA:

    Kindly contact this number: +2348188624663, 2347039628093

    Would you like to learn other Tech Tracks such as Android, Web, Cloud Computing, etc; Join the Developer Student Club, FUTA (DSC FUTA) here


    Join Data Science Nigeria Community in FUTA (DSN AI+ FUTA)

    This is to inform all the general populace of the Federal University of Technology, Akure (Undergraduates) that Students can now VIEW/PRINT their results directly from their dashboard -  which is a recent feature added to the Undergraduate Portal 

    Federal University of Technology, Akure FUTA - FutaNewsandGist

    Prior to before this feature was added, the manual process of getting Results usually takes a while and perhaps this explain the reason why many student seems not to have it at hand. For Students who might not be familiar with how results are being requested (before this update), here's how it works πŸ‘‡

      OLD Method of Getting Notification of Results

    If as a FUTA Student, you would like to request for your notification of results - say you want to use it for Scholarship application or some other purposes, an official letter will be written by you (there's a standard official format for the letter) which will bear your FULL NAME and MATRIC NUMBER.

    Step #2 - This letter will be taken to your department for official consent by your HOD

    Step #3 - After Step #2, the letter will then have to go to Senate where the results will be processed for you to have.

       Although depending on circumstances; sometimes you can get the result in few days time, while sometimes it can take more longer.

         NEW Method of Viewing/Printing Your RESULTS (Fast and FREE)

    Recently, the Federal University of Technology, Akure FUTA had now make it possible for Students to get their results without having to go through the manual rigorous steps mentioned earlier. This is achieved whereby Students of the Institution can now login to their portal and print their results from the Undergraduate Portal.

    How To Print Your Results From the Undergraduate Portal

    The new method of printing your results is much more faster and easier as it is something you can do with a device connected to the internet. 

    Step #1 - Login to the FUTA Undegraduate Portal

     READ: πŸ‘‰ How To Login to the FUTA Undegraduate Portal (FRESHER and Staylite)

    Step #2 - Upon successful login to the dashboard, you'll see a notification stating your available Approved results on the main page.

    Step #3 - This approved results varies from your Level/Semester, and Just beside it, you'll find a CTA button to "View/Print your results!"


    If you have any issues or having problems trying to View/Print your results, you can Join the FutaNewsandGist Support Group to get help 😊

    FUTA Now Allow Students to VIEW/PRINT Results from their Undegraduate Portal

     This is to inform the general populace most especially FUTA Aspirants that The Federal University of Technology, Akure online registration for Post-UTME screening exercise for the purpose of admission into ALL COURSES/PROGRAMMES for the 2020/2021 Academic Session commences on Monday, 21st September and ends on Saturday, 31st October, 2020.

    FUTA POST UTME 2020/2021 form


    Candidates who scored a minimum of 180 in the 2020 UTME conducted by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) and the Direct Entry (DE) candidates who made the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) their First Choice Institution are eligible for the screening. 

          In addition, each candidate must possess at least five (5) credit passes including English Language and Mathematics at not more than two (2) sittings in O’ level examinations conducted by WAEC, NECO and NABTEB or their equivalent. 

        Candidates who are awaiting results but whose results would be available before the conclusion of the admission exercise are also eligible to apply.

    READ ALSO: When Will Universities Resume in Nigeria Amidst/After COVID-19?


    The screening fee is Two Thousand Naira (N2, 000.00) which is only payable at any Bank on Remita platform after generating the necessary Code.

    Candidates who fail to register within the stipulated period will not be eligible for the Screening.


    Candidates are required to:

    (1). Visit the University website ( for information;

    (2). Complete and submit the University Post-UTME Application Form online; and

    (3). Print out a copy of the Registration Form.

    Recommended: FUTA POST UTME Practise and Past Questions (All Subject)


    The Registration Form is mandatory for all eligible candidates to complete for the screening exercise. Please note that the candidate’s UTME Registration Number and the Full names (as it is on JAMB slip) be correctly provided at the point of payment and registration.

         After payment, each candidate should visit the University website and complete the online Registration Form.


    Schedule and procedure for the Screening would be announced later. Consequently, ALL eligible candidates are advised to check the University website regularly for updates as appropriate.

        Please note that any UTME candidate who is not screened will NOT be considered for admission in the University. 

      Also, candidates must ensure that their O’ level results are uploaded to JAMB website as failure to do this will render the affected candidates ineligible for admission.

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    For more information or clarification, candidates can visit the University website ( or call any of the following numbers: +2348126049786, +2348130936322 and +2348085976967.




    Source: FUTA Official Website

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    [Latest] - FUTA Post UTME 2020/2021 Screening Exercise For Undegraduate Admissions

    The Federal University of Technology Akure has a mission to provide entrepreneurs within its University community opportunities to develop and create great startups. The accelerator program which is the first digital idea/startup accelerator program to be held by a Nigerian University is powered by the Clichers Management Chambers.

    FUTA Idea/startup accelerator program

     This historic move is to build and support the next big student startups. The FUTA idea/start-up digital accelerator program is open to all small businesses, startups, and student entrepreneurs with great ideas.

    Why the FUTA idea/start-up Accelerator program?

    The Federal University of Technology Akure and Clichers Management Chambers partnered to create the first Digital Startup Accelerator program to be held by a Nigerian University. The free virtual accelerator will welcome 150 top Student Entrepreneurs from the Federal University of Technology Akure. Founders selected for the program will undergo six(6) intensive weeks of digital training to help build and scale their ideas for the future.

    How to apply for the FUTA idea/start-up Accelerator program?

    The FUTA idea/startup digital accelerator program is open to all student owned small businesses, startups, and excellent entrepreneurs with revolutionary startup ideas. Student entrepreneurs can apply for admission to the FUTA digital accelerator on a rolling basis between August 23rd- September 6th. Theprogram is free.

     No equity ask. No obligation.

    Who can apply for the FUTA idea/start-up Accelerator Program?

    The accelerator program is open to both Undergraduate and Postgraduate students of the Federal University of Technology Akure. Those who get selected will have the opportunity to interact with more;

    - than 30 global entrepreneurs.

    Program Timeline and schedule:

    Registration starts on Sunday 23rd August, 2020

    Registration deadline: Sunday 20th September 2020

    Application review and selection: Monday 21st- Thursday 24th September 2020

    Announcement of shortlisted entrepreneurs: Friday 25th - 28th Monday 2020.

    Official launching and opening ceremony: Friday 25th September 2020


    Accepted entrepreneurs will have:

    ● Access to live virtual accelerator training for 6weeks

    ● Access to the exclusive Clichers management founders community

    ● Access to #500,000 in free management consulting including access to lawyers, Accountant's,

    Business developers and finance experts.

    ● Induction into a 6months incubation program with free workspace and other peeks.

    ● The program will culminate in a Demo Day, where a select few entrepreneurs will have the

    opportunity to virtually showcase their products, pitch their ideas, and get National exposure fortheir brands.


    Application opens on Sunday 23rd August, 2020 and closes on 20th September, 2020.

    To apply:

    FUTA Startup/idea digital accelerator program for Students Entrepreneurs!