In a recent career talk organised by the University of Sunderland, Nigerian students aspiring to study at United Kingdom universities have received important advice regarding their admission process.
The Director of International Students, Ian Moody, emphasised the significance of presenting authentic statements of results and other required documents to facilitate their higher education in the UK, as reported by Vanguard.
Moody highlighted the positive reputation Nigerian students have built over the years, praising them for their engagement, intellectual prowess and dedication to their chosen fields of study.
At present, the University of Sunderland hosts more than 3,000 Nigerian students pursuing various courses. The encouraging track record of Nigerian students at the university has resulted in an increased interest from Nigerian applicants, with over 13,000 student applications received during the 2022 session alone.
The director’s message to Nigerian students is not only to enhance their chances of admission but also to inspire other international students worldwide to strive for excellence. By upholding academic integrity and presenting genuine documentation, Nigerian students can continue to make a positive impact on the global student community.
The advice provided during the career talk serves as a reminder for Nigerian students to ensure the authenticity of their statements of results and other necessary documents when applying to UK universities. By adhering to these guidelines, Nigerian students can bolster their chances of securing admission to pursue higher education in the United Kingdom.