The Guardian
Email YouTube Facebook Instagram Twitter WhatsApp

Educationists offer Nigerian students scholarship to study in Turkey

Related

In a bid to reduce the exorbitant amount of money involved in schooling abroad, Wisdom House College in partnership with Goodmus Learning Centre is offering a 90-percent scholarship to Nigerian students who wish to study in Turkey.

The scholarship is coming after the Nigeria government went into a bilateral agreement on international education to offer 90 percent scholarship to Nigerian students who are interested in studying abroad.

According to the Chief Executive Officer, Goodmus Learning Centre, Badmus Adekunle, “after the signature of the agreement with the Turkish Government, Goodmus Learning Centre appointed Wisdom House Colleges as their sole representative in Nigeria to recruit students for them into over 70 public universities in Turkey.” The scholarship covers all the courses, depending on the choice of the student, he added.

Chief Executive Officer, Wisdom House College, Abidemi Oyeniran said students would sit for the ULUYOS examination, coordinated by Uludag University. He noted that the ULUYOS is a 120-minute exam of 80 objective questions in Mathematics, English Language and General Knowledge. He further stated that over thirty students benefited from the offer last year and the admission for 2018 is already ongoing with qualification examination for next admission coming up by October 27, 2018.


Receive News Alerts on Whatsapp: +2348136370421

No comments yet