University of Alberta, Canada holds seminar in Lagos
The University of Alberta , Canada hold a workshop for final year and recent high school graduates at Digital Editions Conference Hall, Grace Court, Stillwaters Gardens Estate Road, Lekki, Lagos on Friday November 17, 2017 by 11 a.m.
It is one of Canada’s top five world clas universities, home to more than 500 graduate and 200 undergraduate programmes.
Mrs. Margaret Jibodu is the MD/CEO of Digital Editions, the representative of the university in Nigeria and a Canadian immigration consultant. According to her, the conference will provide parents and students with up-to-date materials and information as Canada has a high standard of university education recognised worldwide.
“With the visit of John Gregory, the Director of International Recruitments, parents and students can have the opportunity of a personal meeting with him as he expands the details on their programs,” the Principal Counsel at Crown Immigration Services Group, stated.
Jibodu will be making a presentation on Canadian Immigration options and processes for both students and parents, enlightening them on pitfalls to avoid in the Canadian Visa Application Process.
Alberta is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world and number one in Canada and 52nd in the world for graduateemployability.
As a large comprehensive public university, UAlberta offers 200+ undergraduate and 500+ graduate and PhD programs in 18 faculties across 5 campuses. Close to 40,000 students are studying at UAlberta, including more than 7,000 international students from over 130 countries.
The university is located in Edmonton, the capital city of the western prairie province of Alberta. Edmonton has a population of over one million, and offers many great social activities and has a lower cost of living than many cities in Canada.
The province of Alberta is the heart of the Canadian oil and gas industry. New international students are guaranteed on-campus accommodation for their first year at the University of Alberta and students are able to apply for co-op programs during their studies.”
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