New Publication by Dr. Martha Onyeajuwa

The public interest in telecommunications policy has so far benefitted mobile companies in Nigeria rather than ordinary consumers. The existing policy failure, as discussed in this case study, can provide inspiration for rethinking the place of the ordinary consumer. Read 

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The public interest in telecommunications policy has so far benefitted mobile companies in Nigeria rather than ordinary consumers. The existing policy failure, as discussed in this case study, can provide inspiration for rethinking the place of the ordinary consumer. Read 

  • SMC Receives NIPR Accreditation

    SMC has been accredited by the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) as a corporate member. The accreditation is an outcome of an assessment of both academic and administrative activities of the School in relation to the teaching and practice of public relations. Read 

  • Ph.D. Students Complete Overseas Study Visit

    Ph.D. 3 students and some of their counterparts from the Ph.D. 4 class undertook a two-week study programme at the Birmingham City University, United Kingdom. This was in fulfillment of the requirements for the Ph.D. programme. The programme began on … Read 

  • SMC Selected, to Host Carnegie African Diaspora Fellow

    The School of Media and Communication (SMC), Pan-Atlantic University, was selected by the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program (CADFP) to host an African Diaspora scholar from the United States to work with on a collaborative project on curriculum co-development for postgraduate degrees. Read 


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