University of Dundee: Five Reasons Nigerians choose University of Dundee

Five Reasons Nigerians choose University of Dundee

Despite the fact that the global pandemic has had a major effect on travel and education. Nigerian students continue to accept places at the University of Dundee in the United Kingdom. After that, some of the explanations for this are as follows:

  1. The University of Dundee, has a very supportive Nigerian Student Society. The Nigerian Student Society organizes social programs, academic skills seminars. Also events to help students at the University of Dundee develop their health and experience. Meanwhile, they assist newcomers from Nigeria with finding lodging, matriculation, and fitting into their schools, among other things.
  2. The University has a long history of welcoming students from Nigeria. The school has graduated over 2,600 African students with bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees. Therefore, many of those students studied degrees within the University’s very popular Centre for Energy, Petroleum, Mineral Law and Policy. In recent years, in addition to studying oil and gas-related degrees, Nigerian students have been arriving in Dundee to undertake degrees in Business, Law, Engineering, Nursing, Social Work and Computing.
  3. Graduates from the University of Dundee go into great careers.

    Graduates from the University are working in high-profile jobs ranging from Sanusi Ohiare, Executive Director of Nigeria’s Rural Electrification Fund, to Chidinma Kid-Ikeorha, Project Management Consultant for the United Nations Environment Programme. Dundee is the 4th university in the UK for graduates entering professional occupations (Graduate Outcomes Survey 2020) and helps students to find internships.

  4. The School has student satisfaction and safety at the top of the priority list. Students’ interests are at the heart of everything the University of Dundee does. Strict measures have been put in place to ensure that students are safe on campus with many lectures being delivered online. A dedicated team of academics and professional services staff visit Nigeria regularly. In other words, they support Nigerian students on their journey from enquiry, arrival in Dundee, throughout their studies and as they move into being graduates.
  5. £5,000 scholarships are availableHowever, the University of Dundee offers partial scholarships of up to £5,000 per year. Scholarships are awarded to offer holders who have demonstrated academic excellence.

    Applications are now open for students who want to start studying in September 2021.

    To find out more, visit www.dundee.ac.uk or contact the University of Dundee’s West Africa Recruitment Officer by emailing: [email protected] 

Five Reasons Nigerians choose University of Dundee

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