NIGERIAN STUDENTS NUMBER GROW IN CANADA

NIGERIAN STUDENTS NUMBER GROW IN CANADA

Reports revealed that there are about seven thousand Nigerian students in Canada.

Nigeria is now eight largest source of foreign students in the Canadian educational institutions.

The number is growing up rapidly as more Nigerians are going to study in Canada: Canadian universities and colleges are recognized for high standard of education, variety of programmes, plus a competitive pricing system within the global education space.

Omoduni, (27, female) a Nigerian student in Canada says Canadians is peaceful, hospitable and that the learning environment is friendly.

Gbolahan (41, Male), another Nigerian student who just received a 5-year Canadian Visa says he is drawn to Canada based on the testimonies of the Nigerian students who study there.

There are over 20,000 Nigerians in Canada majorly as students, business leaders, professors and government officials.

The Canadian government confirm that they integrate very well and they are really enriching the nation.

There are very few Nigerians in Canada prisons:less than ten.

Nigeria has one of the highest number of students seeking to study abroad globally.

Many foreign institutions have have increased the intensity of their marketing spotlight on Nigerians lately.

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