Nigerian students a vital source of income for UK universities as Plymouth visits the country

Plymouth University has gone to Nigeria to recruit potential students for its degree programmes which cost around £10,000 (approx. N5,000,000 – minimum undergraduate course 2016/17).

It goes to show how VIP Nigerian students are to UK as other universities including Birmingham and Lancaster lso use the same tactics.

Students are being enticed with:

…commitment to graduate employability, over 85% of courses now incorporate work placement opportunities. Thousands of our students undertake work placements every year, ranging from short experiences in the summer vacation to year-long paid placements in the UK or abroad.

This obviously proves successful as 92% of graduates go into work or further studies within six months of graduating. What better way to learn than by working in the industry you desire to work in?

So come and talk with Tim Gutsell and get a better idea about what your study options are, visa guidance and ask your questions. Tim will give you all of the information you need and even assess you if you bring your docs with you.

Lets hope the people do not see it as a get out of the country card into the ‘the land of gold’…

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