• Exploits of African Students

    Association of African Students, Estonia (AASE) was conceived in early 2015 and birthed into existence in the last quarter of the same year. AASE offers a practical support network for African students in Estonia and helps them adapt to life and studies in the country. Furthermore, the organization seeks to establish a positive image of Africans and ensure that each one is well represented in Estonia.  As AASE grew in strength, official and legal recognition became imperative. This led the leadership to intensify efforts on registering the organisation. The vision became a reality in January 2016 as AASE was fully registered as a legal association in Estonia. Prior to the…

  • Summer internship

    Want to spend some time in international team learning new skills? This summer Cash On Go is offering an opportunity to come and practice next to professionals and become one yourself. We know that great people are created over time, not born, so use this possibility to have a real work experience and grow yourself professionally. Here you can find a boredom-free environment with challenges to keep you going, lots of new things to learn and a bunch of great colleagues from different parts of the world. So you can bet that these 1- 3 months of internship will be time well spent. As our Intern you will be part…

  • Is Africa a country?

    Do you speak African? Well, neither do the 1 billion people on the continent. Not every black person you see on the street is from Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroon or Kenya, these are just part of the countries that form the continent Africa. As Estonia is just a country is Europe so is Nigeria or Ghana in Africa. If you were asked? Do you speak European? Your answer will always be, there is no language in Europe known as European Language. Yes! There is a language in Africa known as Afrikaans which is spoken mostly in some part of South Africa and Namibia. Afrikaans is not a language that originated from Africa, its…

  • Mind mapping and Summarization tool {Academic Writing}

    As promised, today’s tools are something many are familiar with: mind mapping and summarization tool. The easier one is mind mapping tool. So let’s start from that one. However, my apology for the lateness in making this post. There are so many mind map tools out there but I’ll recommend Mindmeister. This tool helps to create a graphical view of your research (process). Also, another good thing about the tool is that it’s cloud-based. Which means you can share it with your friends or lecturer. More than one person (student/researcher) can equally work on one presentation simultaneously on the cloud. In addition, your presentation can be animated. Thus making this tool…

  • Indexing {Academic Writing}

    Today, I thought about sharing a more simple tool that helps correct simple English grammar but changed my mind. Let’s discuss more sophisticated tools instead. However, there are tons of tools out there to help out with grammar checks and proofreading such as Grammarly. Grammarly is free but also has the paid versions. I mostly use the free version for my proofreading but if you have the money then you can subscribe to the paid version or simply go further by buying StyleWriter. StyleWriter is more sophisticated and will require some dedicated effort to master. So, back to our today’s tool. Rule (tool) number 2: Go DTSearch Wallahi, you don’t…