Top 8 destinations for Nigerian Students who plan to study abroad
Are you are Nigerian seeking to study abroad? Here are some of the best countries you can study in.
Canada is a country in North America. Its ten provinces and three territories extend from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean, covering 9.98 million square kilometres, making it the world’s second-largest country by total area. source: Wikipedia.
This makes Canada one good country for immigrants from Nigeria desiring to study abroad. Statistics shows that In 2019, Canada welcomed 341,000 immigrants in total which is in alignment with its immigration policy.
Today, the number of Nigerians traveling into the country has skyrocketed as a result of the continuous economic downturn, lack of employment opportunities and more. These Nigerians have in turn wander out in search of greener pasture and to change their status school.
Not to leave education out, Canada has a world class record of providing quality education for all students.
Germany is another hot spot for Nigerian desiring to study out of the country. Germany offers affordable lifestyle, and study expenses…
All you need to do to study in Germany, is to make up your mind on the programme, university; private or public institution and in what language (German or English). Many universities offer courses in English, provided you show proof of your proficiency in the language.
Generally Germany gives you unlimited access to explore so many other European countries to visit…
Do you know Australia. Is one of the best places to study as a Nigerian? Yearly the rate immigrants move into Australia ha increased at the rate of 11.88%.
Ranking third in the world for access to higher quality education, Australia boasts a number of top universities in the cities of Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane. Australia also ranked seventh in the world for personal development, proving the country has more to offer than just a great education
This makes it one of the biggest migration routes for skilled human capital in the world.
Denmark is another ranking city on the list that Nigerians can travel to for study. Most students find themselves in Copenhagen, but cities like Roskilde and Odense also give you the chance to see Denmark. Denmark is a living, breathing Disneyland. There this is one suitable place for those who like this types of experience.
Yearly the number of students immigrating to Uk for the aim of study is increasing. This is because UK has a global reputation for academic excellence, and it is the perfect place to develop your talents. Our institutions regularly top global rankings. Which means you’ll receive a world-class education, have great experiences, and make friendships that last a lifetime.
Also, cost of living and living standard is relatively convenient.
The USA has the world’s largest international student population and Nigerian students are among the most prominent international student in the united state, with over 10,000 students enrolled in various Universities across the United States.
Out of this figure, Nigerian in the states have proven to be of good conduct and have proven their academic street globally.
Cost of living, tuition and standard of living is ultimately something you will like as an international student
China is fast becoming the choice destination of study for Nigerians. According to a recent report, there are about 6,800 Nigerian students in China, of which 512 of them are on scholarship.
Chinese Universities are recognized globally for their standard and they often feature in the top 100 Best University’s ranking in the world.
When it concerns quality University education, we can relax the stereotype we all hold about China as a place where counterfeit products are made. In China, you get a top-quality education.
South African universities are leading other African universities. The country attracted 32% of mobile students from sub-Saharan Africa in 2016 and is fast becoming a study destination for Nigerian students.
There are just 26 Universities in South-Africa, yet about 6 are often ranked within the top 500 Universities in the world.