Nigerian students will benefit from studying in Ireland

The organizer, Education in Ireland Fair, Thessa Bagu, has stated Nigerians will profit from education in Ireland.

She made this assertion in Lagos whereas talking on an explanation of why Nigerians ought to select Ireland for his or her training.

Bagu stated, “This honest is a chance for Nigerians to see what finding out in Ireland is all about, so we have now loads of universities, schools and institutes of expertise represented by their native companions to speak concerning the programs, scholarships, the price of dwelling and usually, why Nigerians ought to get to education in Ireland.

“We have very robust Nigerian professionals who’re alumni of Ireland faculties and if you happen to consider a number of the greatest hospitals in Nigeria, they’re all arrange by alumni from Ireland way back to the 1960s. Nigerians will profit from finding out in Ireland as a result of they are going to get related training for skilled life and after that, you get to work in a number of the finest corporations on the planet to your work knowledgeable. If you are taking that again to Nigeria, you can begin making a distinction within the nation.”

Bagu also said that a ruffle draw was about to be held and that Ireland’s winner’s ticket would be sponsored by the organizers.

A potential scholar on the National University of Ireland, Florence Folorunso, stated she selected Ireland due to the straightforward utility course.

Bagu said that he originally wanted to study in Canada, but he chose Ireland and I did not regret it. I am not stressed that I am going to apply to universities in Ireland. This he said because he had applied to four schools and already had provisional admissions to three schools, finally got universities in Ireland. Application charges to their faculties aren’t as excessive as different nations and speaking with them has been very simple. Also, after I did an analysis on them, I discovered it’s an extremely good place with a conducive and pleasant setting.

An agent representing Dublin Business School, Ifeoluwa Akinola, stated the brokers had been there to reply to all of the questions the potential college students needed to ask about universities in Ireland.

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