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Aptech education centre opens in Abuja to empower youth beyond classroom

Aptech education centre opens in Abuja to empower youth beyond classroom

Aptech, a global frontrunner in education, is impacting Nigerian youths beyond the classroom, with the institution actively working to create pathways for employment and further academic pursuits.

Speaking at the opening of a new Aptech computer education centre in Lokogoma, Abuja, Kallol Mukherjee, head international business division, Aptech said the vision of the centre goes beyond enrollment numbers to focusing on successful job placements to contribute to society’s growth.

Going beyond mere enrollment figures, Mukherjee said Aptech’s vision is firmly fixed on fostering successful job placements that contribute to the growth of society by offering comprehensive two-year programs. He said students are not only equipped with essential skills but will also be provided with avenues for further academic pursuits.

According to him, opportunities for credit transfer to other Alliance Partners in Middlesex University and Lincoln University College Malaysia are available for students after completing the Advanced Diploma in Software Engineering (ADSE) Arena Multimedia Specialist Programme and (AMSP), a two-year program.

“Collaborating with Middlesex University and Lincoln University College Malaysia, Aptech provides credit transfer opportunities for career development.

“Course prices range from 500,000 to 5 million Naira, with a focus on empowering youth post-graduation through education and employment opportunities. Over 100,000 Nigerian students have benefitted from Aptech’s contribution to Nigeria’s economic development.”

He said Aptech’s primary goal remains youth empowerment through education, Student Career Development, Opportunities for students post-completion and Eligibility for university programs abroad.

With the first centre operating for over 25 years in Maryland, Lagos, Nigeria and now with over 50 centres, he said that Aptech aims to empower 25 million students globally in the next 25 years with its diverse programs, including IT skills, hospitality, retail, hotel management, airport management, English courses, cyber security, Java proficiency, and multimedia/animation training courses among 30-40 options.