WES Webinar Archive
Education in Nigeria
According to the Institute of International Education’s 2015 (IIE) Open Doors report, there was a 20% increase in Nigerian students enrolled at regionally accredited U.S. institutions of higher education in academic year 2014/2015. To date, Nigerians comprise the largest national contingent of students from Sub-Saharan Africa. To assist you in making the most reliable admissions decisions when reviewing applications, this interactive webinar will offer an introduction to the educational system of Nigeria. Using the WES methodology, you will learn to analyze pertinent information on the necessary documentation, including grades, GPAs, and degree requirements, as well as learn the latest in documentation issues and relevant news. You'll have an opportunity to communicate directly with one of our WES credential evaluation experts on the specific document authentication needs of your institution.
Gain insight into:
- Review of secondary and tertiary educational systems in Nigeria
- Essential documents and potential difficulties in acquiring them
- Overview of Nigerian accreditation and testing bodies
Access to archive is limited to representatives of colleges or universities.
Caroline H.N. Ausukuya, Group Manager
Caroline has been with WES for twelve years and evaluating international academic credentials for over eight years. She is currently a Group Manager, having worked previously as an Area Specialist focusing on documentation issues and education systems of English-Speaking Commonwealth countries and the Caribbean. Caroline participates in WES webinars and workshops and holds a bachelor's degree in education from the University of Nairobi and a master’s degree from the University of Salford in the UK.
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