University of Cambridge alumni, Tom Maxwell and Isabella Akinseye and shared their UK educational experiences at the February edition of the Nigeria Parent Forum which took place last Saturday at the ROS Centre, Ikeja, Lagos.
Mr Maxwell, Marketing and Operations Manager at St Andrew’s College, Cambridge shared on applying to the UK’s top ten universities using Cambridge and Oxford as case studies and for competitive courses. He also shared tips on successful applications. He concluded his session by giving an overview of the education pathways and scholarships available at St Andrew’s College, Cambridge for Nigerian students.
Miss Akinseye who was a past president of the Cambridge University Nigeria Society (CUNS) shared her personal experience applying and studying in UK’s foremost educational institution. She also spoke about how a good university education can prepare one with the skills, experience and network required for a successful career.
The Nigeria Parent Forum is sponsored by the British Schools Expo and supported by TIEC Group, The Education Corporation (TEC) and Universities and Schools Admissions Services (USAS). It consists of a variety of talks for parents by leading educational experts on a broad range of critically important subjects from education to future careers and everything in between. Topics include advice about studying overseas, entrance exams, healthy eating options, after school support, careers, finance, immigration and much more.
The seminars have been designed by a team of experts, each with over 50 years of experience dealing with children and educational options both within and outside the country.
The event is FREE and holds every third Saturday of the month.
For more information and to register, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call 01 295 3586 | 0708 447 4861.