Meet Sheffield Hallam representatives in Ibadan & Lagos for Face-To-Face conversations Can a UK education help you get ahead in life, career and business? How do you apply for admission into a UK University? What do you need to apply for a visa to study in the UK? How […]
Meet Sheffield Hallam representatives in Ibadan & Lagos for Face-To-Face conversations
Can a UK education help you get ahead in life, career and business? How do you apply for admission into a UK University? What do you need to apply for a visa to study in the UK? How much does it cost to study in the UK? Are there available scholarships? Can you work while studying? Can you stay back to work in the UK after studying?
Our office in Nigeria is dedicated to helping you, before and throughout your studies. We can offer help and guidance to answer any questions about applying to study at Sheffield Hallam University. This could be in relation to your fees, travel, visa, application or accommodation. The office arranges pre-arrival events so you feel fully prepared for your travel to the UK.
We are experienced at supporting Nigerian students to study in the UK so we can advise about the easiest way to pay deposits and tuition fees. We have seen students experience difficulties in recent intakes as a result of the lack of easy access to foreign transfer payments but it is now very straightforward so it’s possible to pay tuition fee deposits and tuition fees very easily.”
Opeyemi Ojo, studying MSc Logistics and Supply Chain Management, said:
“I was in contact with the office in Lagos regularly. I attended a pre-arrival event organised by the office at a hotel in Lagos and spoke to alumni. It was really good to know what I was getting into!”
Eniola Ololade, studying MSc Information Technology Professional said:
“The communication from the university was superb. The Lagos office helped me greatly. A seminar was organized a month before my departure. The seminar was full of details to aid my arrival into the UK. I also received extraordinary assistance from the office during the course of my visa application.”
The office in Nigeria is here to help you. If you would like advice on the course options available or help with your application, please contact us.
We are also offering a Vice Chancellor’s Award (a £3,000 automatic tuition fee bursary) to Nigeria-domiciled applicants for full-time taught undergraduate or postgraduate courses starting in September 2018 and January 2019. Terms and conditions apply.
You can also meet us for an information session in Ibadan and Lagos next week!
Thursday, 26th April
10:00am – 4:00pm
No 1, Shell Close, Ile Oridetu, Onireke, Ibadan
Attendance is free!
Mondays to Fridays
8am to 5pm
Sheffield Hallam University
3rd Floor, 76 Opebi Road
*Full terms and conditions apply to both Sheffield Hallam scholarships and discounts, visit www.shu.ac.uk/international/scholarships-bursaries for more details.