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Here are some top UK universities that offer application fee waivers Ngozi Ekugo by Ngozi Ekugo October 18, 2022 in Career tips, Education Here are some top UK universities that offer application fee waivers Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Studying in the United Kingdom can be expensive, especially for international students from Nigeria where the exchange rate is high. Also, the application fees charged by most of these foreign universities can be unwelcoming. For example, as seen on most universities’ websites, it costs around £70 to apply to UK universities while those in EU countries charge around €60. The high application fees make it expensive to apply to different universities at once. And to make matters worse, these application fees are non-refundable. Luckily, some institutions waive their application fees, especially for postgraduate studies, thus giving special consideration to those from developing countries. RelatedPosts Top 20 LinkedIn courses so far in 2022 ASUU explains why it called off 8-month strike Below are some of the UK universities that have application fee waivers. This list was compiled using information obtained from the universities’ websites. University of Cambridge The University of Cambridge, which is the fourth oldest university in the United Kingdom, is one of the top universities in the world. Some of the brightest minds in the world have attended this school. And it is not surprising that the acceptance rate is usually around 21%, making it quite difficult to get into. Therefore, an application fee waiver is a welcome development, as it helps applicants to avoid paying non-refundable application fees. The university has made efforts to widen access for postgraduate students both across the region and internationally. However, the school’s application fee waivers are only given to students who meet specific requirements such as: UK applicants from low-income households Applicants with asylum seeker or refugee or humanitarian protection status Overseas applicants from any of the following countries, of which Nigeria is not among unfortunately An applicant from any country applying to the Postgraduate School of Life Sciences- MPhil in Biological Sciences or Genetics by theses, MPhil in Basic and Translational Neuroscience Find details here. University of Oxford Similar to the University of Cambridge, the University of Oxford is a very prestigious UK university. It was ranked number 1 in the Times Higher Education World University rankings in 2022. The rate of acceptance is 17% and application fee waivers of £75 are available for postgraduate applicants from: Low-income countries Refugees and displaced persons UK applicants from low-income backgrounds Graduate Access Programme applicants Those applying for readmission (for current Oxford postgraduate students) Those applying to related research courses Check here for details on application fee waivers. University of Glasgow, UK The University of Glasgow, founded in 1451, is the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world. The University of Glasgow, located in Scotland’s largest city, is one of the world’s top 100 universities, with 26,000 students from over 120 different countries enrolled. At the University of Glasgow, some postgraduate programs require an application fee while others do not. The courses that require application fees are listed here. An application fee may be waived for sponsored applicants when submitting an online application. However, if the student is self-funded and the sponsorship status changes before the student register with the university, the university will send the student an invoice for the initial application price. Find details here Lancaster university Lancaster university ranks 1st in Northern England, 8th in England and 11th in the UK compared to other universities. There is no application fee for postgraduate research applications, although you will need to pay a deposit for some courses to accept your offer and secure admission. More details here

The Celestiq is being loaded up with extra equipment and technology by General Motors, which significantly raises the price compared to other Cadillac models. General Motors will start hand-assembling the Celestiq in December 2023 at its Technical Center in Warren, Michigan, and it will cost about ten times as much as a base Cadillac.

Cadillac announced on Monday that the Celestiq, its upcoming premium sedan, will go on sale late in the following year with all the cutting-edge features appropriate for a custom electric vehicle (EV), with prices starting “north of $300,000.”

The Celestiq is more than just the GM premium brand’s flagship vehicle. By 2030, the firm is expected to switch to a completely battery-electric lineup, with the four-seater serving as the benchmark.

The 600-horsepower, dual-motor, all-wheel-drive all-electric car will be built on the same Ultium platform as GM’s other upcoming EVs. It will have a 0-to-60 mph time of 3.8 seconds. With a 200 kW DC rapid charging technology, the vehicle will be able to add 78 miles in just 10 minutes, according to Cadillac, who predicts that it can drive about 300 miles on a fully charged battery.

Of course, there are some other cool features the Cadillac Celestiq still possesses that are worth finding out, such as;

Open Secrets About The Celestiq EV

Privacy shutters

The five interactive, high-definition LED displays for the Celestiq are also behind or in front of Research Frontiers. A 55-inch diagonal panel with an 8K pixel density joins two distinct screens beneath one sheet of glass and spans from pillar to pillar. Rear passengers receive 12.6-inch seatback displays.

The car will use electronic digital blinds, another application of Research Frontiers’ Suspended Particle Device technology, to allow passengers to enjoy information in private so as not to distract the driver from these screens.


The Celestiq’s roomy interior will feature GM’s largest-ever printed production part, a 3D-printed steering wheel. About 115 3D-printed parts in all are used by the car in its body, chassis, interior, and electrical system. This includes window switches, grab grips, and the seat belt loop guide, which is the first safety-related 3D printed element from GM.

The underbody of the car is constructed in a way that makes hand-building easier. According to Brandon Vivian, Cadillac’s executive chief engineer, the shock towers are made of six sizable cast aluminum components, and one shock may replace up to 40 body parts in total. By doing this, you may minimize weight and increase room for more significant items like the optional 23-inch forged aluminum wheels.

Open Secrets About The Celestiq EV

Ultra Cruise

According to Cadillac executives, the Celestiq will be prepared for eventual Level 4-style “driveway-to-destination” autonomous driving. The vehicle will be equipped with Ultra Cruise, a hands-free driver assistance system that replaces GM‘s Super Cruise hardware.

Additionally, Celestiq will be provided with the required Ultra Cruise hardware to deliver incremental advancements via over-the-air software updates.

Innovative roof

According to the company, the Cadillac Celestiq will use the biggest piece of automotive glass ever made. The 7.5 millimeter thick all-glass roof, which uses Suspended Particle Device technology and was developed by glass supplier Research Frontiers in Woodbury, New York, is double the thickness of a high-grade acoustic windshield.

Open Secrets About The Celestiq EV

Each passenger can adjust the overhead lighting by adjusting the transparency of the glass, which ranges from less than 1% for the darkest level of opacity to the 20% tint of a standard sunroof. The film is already used in the roofs of some models from McLaren, Mercedes-Benz, and other manufacturers.






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UK Government To Set Online Bill Criminalizing Self Harm



UK Government Sets Online Bill To Criminalize Self Harm

In an effort to stop what it calls “tragic and preventable deaths caused by people seeing self-harm content online,” the UK government has announced it will further broaden the scope of online safety legislation by making encouraging self-harm a crime.

According to the most recent modification to the divisive but popular Online Safety Bill, in-scope platforms would be compelled to remove anything that purposefully encourages someone to physically harm themselves, or face legal repercussions.

The government intends to tackle “abhorrent trolls urging the young and vulnerable to self-harm,” according to the secretary of state for digital. People who post such content online may also be prosecuted under the new offence of encouraging self injury.

The maximum fines will be announced in due time, according to the administration.

In the UK, it is already unlawful to promote or aid suicide, whether in person or online. By creating a new offense, self-harm content will now be subject to the same laws that already ban suicide promotion.

Following a snag, last summer associated with political unrest in the ruling Conservative Party, the Online Safety Bill’s progress through parliament is now on hold. However, the newly reorganized UK government has declared that it will reintroduce the measure to parliament next month after making changes to the law.

The abuse of intimate imagery is a problem that will be addressed by recent revisions to the Online Safety Bill, which was just made public by the Ministry of Justice. However, other revisions are planned regarding “legal but harmful” information, thus the final form of the Act is still up in the air.

The government responded to concerns about the bill’s impact on online freedom of expression a few months ago. The (new) secretary of state, Michelle Donelan, announced in September that she would be “editing” the bill to lessen concern about its impact on “legal but harmful” speech for adults.

The most recent changes, making it illegal to send online communications encouraging self harm, came after that announcement.

UK Government Sets Online Bill To Criminalize Self Harm

Donelan was quoted by the BBC as claiming that Molly Russell, a 14-year-old teenager who committed suicide five years ago after watching thousands of online articles on self-harm and suicide on websites like Instagram and Pinterest, was a factor in the most recent changes.

Social media was found to have contributed to Russell’s death, according to the results of an inquest into her death in September. While the coroner’s “prevention of future deaths” report from last month that a number of steps be done to control and monitor young people’s access to social media content.

The addition of the crime of promoting self harm, according to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport, will outlaw “one of the most worrying and prevalent internet harms that now falls below the threshold of criminal behavior.”

Donelan stated in a statement:

“I am determined that the abhorrent trolls encouraging the young and vulnerable to self-harm are brought to justice.

“So I am strengthening our online safety laws to make sure these vile acts are stamped out and the perpetrators face jail time.

“Social media firms can no longer remain silent bystanders either and they’ll face fines for allowing this abusive and destructive behaviour to continue on their platforms under our laws.”

Hate crimes, rules regarding revenge porn (including disseminating deepfake porn without content), harassment, and cyberstalking are among the other top criminal offenses already mentioned in the bill.

Regardless of what the measure states on paper, there are still a lot of unknowns regarding how platforms will react to having legal obligations imposed on them to police all forms of speech, as well as if it would actually increase web user safety as claimed.

Critics worry that the regime will have a chilling effect by turning platforms into de facto speech police and encouraging them to overblock content in order to reduce their legal risk of paying a hefty fine.

The regime’s penalties scale up to 10% of global annual turnover, and non-cooperative senior executives even run the risk of going to jail.

On Monday, December 5, the bill is scheduled to return to parliament.








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Twitter Amnesty Is What Elon Musk is Going For Next



Twitter Amnesty Is What Elon Musk is Going For Next

Tesla CEO and newly appointed Twitter CEO, Elon Musk did promise a new dimension for the micro-blogging social media platform prior to taking over, and his actions recently, have just about lived up to the promise, but now, the billionaire is set for an ‘amnesty’ that surely will drive some political divides nuts if certain individuals are granted Twitter amnesty as he wants.

Elon Musk announced on Thursday that starting the next week, Twitter will provide suspended accounts “a general amnesty.” The day before, the platform’s CEO published a poll asking users if they thought affected accounts should be restored.

The announcement comes just after Musk lifted the platform’s restriction on former president Donald Trump after conducting a related poll. Trump declared he had no intention of returning to the platform despite being banned following the attack on the US Capitol on January 6, 2021.

Users of the Twitter platform who had their accounts suspended could rejoin the network “assuming they have not broken the law or engaged in egregious spam,” according to Musk’s user survey.

Twitter Amnesty Is What Elon Musk is Going For Next

The survey received responses from about 3.2 million individuals, who voted 72.4% in favor of amnesty.

“The people have spoken. Amnesty begins next week. Vox Populi, Vox Dei,” Musk said, using a Latin phrase that means “The voice of the people is the voice of god.”

Historically, Twitter has deactivated accounts who advocate violence, celebrate hate and harassment, or persistently disseminate false information that may be harmful.

Some well-known people who were banned from the website include MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, who made a number of claims that Trump actually won the 2020 presidential election, former Trump advisor and former executive chairman of Breitbart Steve Bannon, who said Anthony Fauci and FBI Director Christopher Wray should be beheaded, and Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes, who broke the website’s rule against violent extremist groups.

Considering that more voices with possibly negative views will be returning to the site, it’s unclear from Musk’s brief post how Twitter will handle content control going forward.

These worries have only grown as a result of Musk’s huge firings and the outflow of workers who would rather leave than remain “hardcore.”

Elon Musk is surely growing more unpopular by remaining popular these days.

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Twitter Working On New Feature For Long Texts



Twitter Working On New Feature For Long Texts

Writing a thread on Twitter can be considered daunting especially when you have to divide the text into 280-character sections for it to make meaning.

Good news though as the platform is stated to be working on a way to convert lengthy texts into threads automatically.

When a tweet exceeds the 280-character limit, Twitter’s composer will automatically divide it into a thread, according to a tweet from app researcher Jane Manchun Wong.

Twitter wants to make making threads less difficult, as she stated in a message to a user (identified as me).

Currently, in order to add a tweet to a thread and post the subsequent 280 characters, users must click the Add button. This can be particularly unpleasant when you are trying out an idea or pasting information from another document.

Several users have recently brought up the difficulty posting to and reading conversations with more than a few tweets; the thread in question was 82 tweets long and focused on the defunct crypto-currency exchange FTX. In response, Musk stated that the team is working to make thread writing simpler.

It will be useful to have markers to designate the start and end of a tweet in the thread, although the exact implementation details remain unknown, as Financial Times product manager Matt Taylor noted. This makes it simpler for users to change the text in a way that doesn’t disrupt the reading flow.

Musk has previously addressed the problem of posting lengthy tweets. He previously stated that the social network is developing the capability to attach long-form content to tweets. If that will be a standalone feature from the new thread composer is unclear.

Currently, some users rely on third-party programs like Typefully, ThreadStart, and Chirr App, which offer capabilities like scheduling along with tools to automatically divide your post into threads without interfering with sentence flow.

Thanks to its acquisition of Threader the previous year, the company today provides Twitter Blue customers with a simple way to read threads. However, Musk hasn’t actually stated whether he is altering the reading experience for the typical user.

There is already a long-form writing program on Twitter called Notes, but it is exclusively available to a small number of writers, and under Musk’s leadership, its future is unclear.

Even though Twitter programmers are already working on it, it is unclear when the new composer tool for threads will launch. Since taking over the business, Musk has let go of more than half the employees.

Numerous executives have left, and the new leader even gave the remaining employees yesterday an ultimatum: either be “hardcore” or quit. There is no assurance that goods will be delivered on time in this situation.

The new Twitter Blue plan with a verification mark was hurriedly launched by the firm, only for the scheme to be discontinued a few days later. Musk stated earlier this week that the launch date had been moved to later in the month.

Wong just found code that suggests Twitter is working on encrypting direct communications from end to end.


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