UK agency plans payment, fee reductions for international education
With the current Foreign Exchange situation in the country, United Kingdom Education Advisory Service (UKEAS) is again leading the pack by offering firsthand information on innovative payment plans and fee reductions for international education at its upcoming 11th International Education Expo.
UKEAS, one of the leading international advisory organisations in Nigeria, is set to bring representatives from over 50 global universities and colleges to Nigeria and Ghana for the expo next month.
The expo will hold on October 6, 2016, in Abuja at Sandralia Hotel and on October 8 in Lagos at Eko Hotel and Suites. The Ghana event holds in Accra on October 4 at Holiday Inn Accra Airport Hotel, all from 10am to 5.00pm each day.
Speaking about the innovative payment plans, Bukky Awofisayo, UKEAS Regional Manager Africa, says: “Recognizing the economic situation at this time, we have initiated discussions with our partner Universities so that they can provide flexible payment options and possibly some fee reduction to our Nigerian students, parents and professionals who want to expand their career horizon by acquiring a globally recognized qualification.
“The aim of the Expo is to provide prospective students who are desirous of an international education and degree with the opportunity to meet face to face with representatives of International Universities. Interested participants can visit our website to register for the event or just come to the venues on the day to take advantage of the benefits available as entry is free.”
She listed what to expect at the expo to include:
• Firsthand information on innovative payment plans and fee reductions
• One-on-one discussions with leading International University representatives from UK, USA, Canada, Australia, Ireland and China
• Information about studying and living abroad.
• Access to free visa application processing.
• Opportunity to start the application process right there at the Expo.
UKEAS has assisted thousands of Nigerians in getting access to quality international education by helping them secure places in international universities and is committed to helping much more.
It was founded in Taiwan in 1993 and since coming to Nigeria, in 2011, has organised eight successful major education fairs with record higher attendance than any other education agency in Nigeria.
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