International Student Scholarships 2021 at Kent Institute in Australia

The Kent Institute is offering a 30% mind blowing scholarship opportunity to international students commencing a full-time degree program at the Institute.

This Institution want to help students from all backgrounds and all cultures gain access to higher and vocational education. They also strive to stimulate discussion, encourage critical thinking and empower our students to make confident, informed educational and career decisions.


  • Applicants must have achieved sound academic standing and results in their previous studies.
  • Applicants must have IELTS (Academic) 5.5 overall score with no band less than 5.0 or equivalent.
  • Applicants must have a formal qualification considered equivalent to an Australian Year 12
  • Applicants must be a minimum of 18 years of age before course commencement.

Eligible Countries: International

Type: Undergraduate

Value of Award: 30% reduction in tuition fees

Number of Awards: Not Specified

Method of Application: To apply for this scholarship:

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Master’s Research Scholarships 2021 for International Students at Victoria University in Australia

Victoria University (VU) is proud to support hundreds of international scholarship recipients and sponsored students. The Victoria University will provide the successfully selected applicants 100% tuition fee waiver, an honorarium of up to A$10,000, and a candidature budget worth up to A$3350.


  • Applicants must be accepted into the university in their chosen degree programme.
  • Applicants must identify as international residents or citizens.
  • Applicants must hold a relevant Bachelor’s degree with an above-average GPA to be admitted to a master’s by a research degree programme at Victoria University.
  • Applicants must attain minimum required scores on the following English language proficiency tests:
    • IELTS – 6.5
    • TOEFL IBT – 79
    • PTE – 58-64
    • CAE – 176
    • EAP – Level 6

Application Deadline: 1st October 2021

Eligible Countries: International

Type: Master’s by research

Value of Award: 100% Tuition fee

Number of Awards: Not Known

Method of Application: Applicants must fill in the online application form after logging in to the university portal.

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Best Computer science final year project writing table of content

Final year projects is a must for all undergraduates in higher institutions (colleges of education, polytechnics and universities), no matter the level of study such as teaching certificate related (NCE), diploma related (ND) National Diploma, (HND) Higher National Diploma, (B.SC) Bachelors of Science, (B.ED) Bachelors of Education. Also for Higher educational certificate pursuant such as students seeking (PGD) Post Graduate Diploma, (MSC) Master of Science, (PHD) Doctor of Philosophy.

At projectslib we are dedicated to quality research writings for all levels, we have teams dedicated to academic research, data analysis and program development for computer science students using any programming language, on any device or using any programming language. Feel free to hire a writer or software developer as our rates are amongst the cheapest.

In this post, I am making available a standard computer science table of content for final year project writings as this guide is meant to help a student in understanding the different sections required of a project writing. Always feel free to contact us when the need arise.



Title page i

Approval page ii

Dedication iii

Acknowledgement iv

Abstract v

Table of content vi



1.1 Introduction

1.2 Background of the study

1.3 Statement of the study

1.4 Objectives of the study

1.5 Scope of the study

1.6 Limitations

1.7 Significance of the study

1.8 Definition of terms



2.1 Role of information technology in the academic system

2.2 Data and information

2.3 Computer based information systems

2.4 Databases


Description and analysis of the existing system

3.1 General analysis of the existing system

3.2 Method of data collection

3.4 Organisational structure

3.5 Input analysis

3.6 Process Analysis

3.7 Output analysis

3.8 Information flow diagram

3.9 Problems of the existing system

3.10 Justification of the new system



4.1 Design standards

4.2 Output specification

4.3 Input specification and design

4.4 File design

4.5 Procedure chart

4.6 System flowcharts

4.7 System specification

4.8 Program flowcharts



5.1 Summary

5.2 Conclusion

5.3 Recommendation



Appendix A Welcome page

Appendix B Home page

Appendix C Input forms

Appendix D Output forms

Appendix E Codes

NOTE: Some schools may have a different format that may involve the exclusion, rearrangement or addition of other sections that they deem fit. Nevertheless this still represents the general standard format.

Fraudsters scammed Nigerian banks of over N5billion in 2020 -NDIC

At the programme with theme: “Effective Investigation and Prosecution of Banking Malpractices that led to the Failure of Banks in Nigeria”, she stated that the value of the fraud cases rose to N204.65 billion in 2019, compared to N38.93 billion in 2018 and N12.01 billion in 2017.

According to Abiola-Edewor, who was represented by Joshua James Etopidiok, and referenced a report by the Nigeria Inter-Bank Settlement System Plc (NIBSS), the fraud incidences could be attributed to the increase in the sophistication of fraud related techniques, such as hacking, cybercrime as well as increase in information technology related products and usage, fraudulent withdrawals and unauthorized credit.

“The channels and instruments through which the reported frauds and forgeries were perpetrated indicated that ATM/Card- related fraud had the highest frequency, accounting for 49.78 percent of fraud cases followed by web based internet banking frauds with 21.02 percent. However, the value of losses was higher in web-based internet banking frauds against ATM card-related fraud”, she said.

Also speaking at the event, Mr B. A. Taribo, Director, Legal Department, NDIC, said the objective of the workshop is to develop capacity amongst law enforcement agencies in the investigation and prosecution of banking malpractices, with special emphasis on failed banks.

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