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Aptech to empower youths on IT education in Nigeria




In a quest to promote IT education among Nigerians students in the country, Aptech, has concluded plans to encourage students towards the field of Information Technology by introduced a unique initiative called Career Quest.

According to the firm, Career Quest is a one-stop resource for students who are vying to study abroad. It is a seminar for educating the students and aims at giving them a glimpse of the I.T. world.

The seminar talks about the APTECH Certified Computer Professional (ACCP) program. Students enrolling for this course get a scholarship and a unique credit transfer facility which gives them a degree in B.Sc. (Hons) from MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY which has its campuses in London, Mauritius, Dubai and Malta.

MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY is a renowned university in the U.K. with a history of 135 years in education. It has a legacy of producing highly skilled students equipped with the updated curriculum.

A degree from the MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY is sure to enhance the student’s careers and make them job-ready.The idea is to promote IT education amongst the Nigerians. The aim of the program is to offer courses in I.T. from a recognised university which will make it easier for the students to get better employment opportunities.

Career Quest, thus is a significant event for the students as it helps them realise their dream of studying abroad and being job-ready.

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