• Wednesday, May 29, 2024
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INTO university partners Amadove to drive learning among Nigerian students

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As part of its effort to reach out to more Nigerian students with advance learning option for education, INTO University Partnership Limited, London has partnered with Amadove Educational Services to provide cost effective, high quality education for candidates seeking to school abroad.

Stuart Howells, head of recruitment, INTO University Partnership Limited, London while speaking in Lagos during his visit said the reason for the partnership with Amadove Education is based on the important role the organisation plays in the successful admission process for intending candidates.

According to him, “Amadove is very much committed to helping students achieve their dreams of studying abroad. They assist candidates arrange and settle for a study option and guide students through the application process, booking interview appointment, visas, accommodation and practically answer all the questions that students would have.”

Howells noted that the collaboration with Amadove benefits partner universities abroad because it helps boost international process and help boost the number of students coming in to study with the university.

“It further helps the students because it helps answer all the questions of students who are considering studying overseas. Since each universities in the UK is different from each other in terms of how they handle their applications, booking accommodation, it is Amadove’s job to know all of these information and help the students,” he said.

While commenting on the educational trends as it applies to Nigeria students, Howells disclosed that Nigerian students have been travelling internationally for many years, they are generally very good, they are committed to their studies and are also interested in studying overseas, adding that his role as the head of recruitment is to follow the trends and help students realise their dreams.

Michael Adekanle, managing director, Amadove Education, on his part said the partnership with INTO is a clear indication that the agency is doing something good.

Adekanle said as an agency, Amadove has been consistent in promptly delivering students to their preferred schools. “Our service does not just end with delivering student to the school, but ensuring that students get the best monitoring even while in school abroad,” he said.

He further revealed that while other agencies normally charge for processing fees for admission, Amadove renders such services to student free of charge, adding that all students need to do is to come with the necessary documents, and the company will help process their admission and within 72 hours and they will get a reply.

 

KELECHI EWUZIE