The Chairman of the Study Nigeria project, Fred Apeji, says Nigeria has the capacity to be discerning destination for foreign students for undergraduate studies. He noted that the education sector must be well packaged to attract the students. He stated this in a statement by his aide, Ms. Sonia Nelson. Apeji said the Study Nigeria programme will commence with an admission fair to be held in 2013 in 5 West African cities of Accra, Kumasi, Freetown, Monrovia and Banjul.
Nigeria: Study Nigeria Project Targets Foreign Students
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