How Vantage Migration students study abroad on scholarships with 2:2, third-class degree qualification
For most graduates, there is this throbbing question of the possibility of pursuing a master’s degree abroad because of a low CGPA. Many who are in this boat, graduated with a 2.2, or a third class and have been faced with lots of talk of the impossibility of getting a scholarship until their encounter with Vantage Migration. At the Vantage Migration, there is both the knowledge, confidence and direction on what to do, and how to secure scholarships abroad with the class of degree one has in any discipline.
Many who have been Vantage Migration students are exposed to the varieties of choices, and most importantly an expatriate mindset which can only be gotten if one is trained to take the bulls by the horn. Even though, It is an open secret that admission requirements vary among universities and countries, only a trained mind can see this and bargain for these offers, make research their specific grams of best interest, and work around their specific requirements. Some universities may accept applicants with lower grades, while others may require a higher grade or additional qualifications, such as work experience or standardized test scores.
Additionally, some universities may offer conditional admission, which means that applicants can be accepted with lower grades but are required to take additional courses or pass exams to demonstrate their ability to succeed in the program. And there are lots of testimonials from past masterclass students. These students have used their learnings to achieve their dreams of studying abroad.
It’s important to note that pursuing a master’s degree abroad can be expensive, and funding options may be limited for those with lower grades. And there are many reasons students graduate with lower grades from University. A student may have had to balance their studies with work or other commitments, which could have impacted their ability to perform as well academically. Or limited access to resources or support such as textbooks or study materials, or had limited support from their university or professors.
The reasons are not exhaustive, and there may be other factors that contribute to lower grades. Regardless of the reasons, it’s important to remember that a lower grade does not define a student’s intelligence or potential, and there are still opportunities for growth and success in their academic and career pursuits. However, what if the student presents many ways to demonstrate that his/her grade was not a true test of ability or potential? He/she can only do this when they understand the requirements and application processes of schools abroad. And this is where Vantage Migration comes in; Dr Linda Iheme and her team at Vantage Migration specialise in teaching graduate students how to apply to schools abroad and secure multiple scholarships to fund their education irrespective of age or grade. One of the past students of Vantage Migration, Ngunan, who graduated with a 3rd Class in Law, recently got admitted for her master’s abroad. Her story, just like many others, is a motivation to many students in that category. And we encourage students to take charge of their future regardless of the limitation they feel they have. There is always a way.
There is a detailed information session available for any graduate student who wishes to pursue an academic career abroad but is deterred due to poor/low grades. It is a free webinar and is available to everyone. To get started, watch our free webinar. Your study abroad dream is valid, don’t hear or believe otherwise.