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By Opeoluwani Akintayo

… as Abbey DLD Group of Colleges launches A-Level programme in Nigeria

Education experts have called on the Nigerian government on all levels to up the ante on education in Nigeria, stressing that secondary school leaving certificates issued by Nigerian
schools are not qualified for admission into the best universities in the United Kingdom.

The statement was made by Sales Director, (Africa) of Abbey DLD Group of Schools, UK, Charles H. Johnson during the formal launching of the School’s A-Level programme in Nigeria. Abbey Group of Colleges which has its Centre in Abuja, holds a 2-year A-Level session for secondary school graduates to prepare them for University education in some of the best universities in the United Kingdom.

The programme which is residential, helps to the students to get acclamatised to UK’s system of education before admission. Corroborating Johnson’s statement about the inadequacy of Nigeria’s SSCE certificates, the Schools’ Student Admissions Manager – Africa, Mauzu Jalaluddeen, a Nigerian, most Nigerians studying in the UK, are not able to get into best UK universities like Harvard, Birmingham, Oxford, Cambridge because best universities in the UK do not trust Nigeria’s SSCE certificate.

Hence, most UK schools would still require further training or certification in the UK before admissions are given to Nigerian students. According to the educationists, to close such lapses created by Nigerian secondary schools, the Abbey DLD Group of Schools, with branches in Birmingham, Cambridge, London and Manchester, offers a special training environment where the students will be better taught in line with international best practices.

Johnson further revealed that among the first best 10 universities in the world, five are from the UK, five are from America. According to Johnson, most Nigerians studying in the UK or US are not in the best universities. “If you see any of them who tells you that they got admission with their SSCE certificate into UK universities, be sure they are there because their parents are rich and can afford to pay their way through, and they are not even in the best universities.

For any student to get into University like Harvard, such student must be an A or an A+ student all through.

And he would be re-tested for them to be sure “, he said. He then revealed that only 19 Nigerian students are presently studying at Cambridge University, 9 in Manchester, and fewer in other best universities in the UK. Johnson advised that Nigerian parents should make their researches before sending their children to schools especially in the UK as some are mushrooms. According to him, Nigerians should discard publicity stunts when Nigerian schools lie that they are affiliated with best universities in the UK. “UK best universities can never be affiliated with any school. What they look for are the best students.

So if your child is among the brightest then, he/she will gain admission at Harvard, Cambridge and others. If not, he or she might just get admission into the regular ones,” he said.
By Opeoluwani Akintayo 5 mins ago 60 0 waec … as Abbey DLD Group of Colleges launches A-Level programme in Nigeria Education experts have called on the Nigerian government on all levels to up the ante on education in Nigeria, stressing that secondary school leaving certificates issued by Nigerian schools are not qualified for admission into the best universities in the United Kingdom. The statement was made by Sales Director, (Africa) of Abbey DLD Group of Schools, UK, Charles H. Johnson during the formal launching of the School’s A-Level programme in Nigeria. Abbey Group of Colleges which has its Centre in Abuja, holds a 2-year A-Level session for secondary school graduates to prepare them for University education in some of the best universities in the United Kingdom. The programme which is residential, helps to the students to get acclamatised to UK’s system of education before admission. Corroborating Johnson’s statement about the inadequacy of Nigeria’s SSCE certificates, the Schools’ Student Admissions Manager – Africa, Mauzu Jalaluddeen, a Nigerian, most Nigerians studying in the UK, are not able to get into best UK universities like Harvard, Birmingham, Oxford, Cambridge because best universities in the UK do not trust Nigeria’s SSCE certificate. Hence, most UK schools would still require further training or certification in the UK before admissions are given to Nigerian students. According to the educationists, to close such lapses created by Nigerian secondary schools, the Abbey DLD Group of Schools, with branches in Birmingham, Cambridge, London and Manchester, offers a special training environment where the students will be better taught in line with international best practices. Johnson further revealed that among the first best 10 universities in the world, five are from the UK, five are from America. According to Johnson, most Nigerians studying in the UK or US are not in the best universities. “If you see any of them who tells you that they got admission with their SSCE certificate into UK universities, be sure they are there because their parents are rich and can afford to pay their way through, and they are not even in the best universities. For any student to get into University like Harvard, such student must be an A or an A+ student all through. And he would be re-tested for them to be sure “, he said. He then revealed that only 19 Nigerian students are presently studying at Cambridge University, 9 in Manchester, and fewer in other best universities in the UK. Johnson advised that Nigerian parents should make their researches before sending their children to schools especially in the UK as some are mushrooms. According to him, Nigerians should discard publicity stunts when Nigerian schools lie that they are affiliated with best universities in the UK. “UK best universities can never be affiliated with any school. What they look for are the best students. So if your child is among the brightest then, he/she will gain admission at Harvard, Cambridge and others. If not, he or she might just get admission into the regular ones,” he said.

Read more at: http://dailytimes.ng/nigerias-ssce-certificate-not-qualified-for-best-uk-universities-experts-warn/
By Opeoluwani Akintayo 5 mins ago 60 0 waec … as Abbey DLD Group of Colleges launches A-Level programme in Nigeria Education experts have called on the Nigerian government on all levels to up the ante on education in Nigeria, stressing that secondary school leaving certificates issued by Nigerian schools are not qualified for admission into the best universities in the United Kingdom. The statement was made by Sales Director, (Africa) of Abbey DLD Group of Schools, UK, Charles H. Johnson during the formal launching of the School’s A-Level programme in Nigeria. Abbey Group of Colleges which has its Centre in Abuja, holds a 2-year A-Level session for secondary school graduates to prepare them for University education in some of the best universities in the United Kingdom. The programme which is residential, helps to the students to get acclamatised to UK’s system of education before admission. Corroborating Johnson’s statement about the inadequacy of Nigeria’s SSCE certificates, the Schools’ Student Admissions Manager – Africa, Mauzu Jalaluddeen, a Nigerian, most Nigerians studying in the UK, are not able to get into best UK universities like Harvard, Birmingham, Oxford, Cambridge because best universities in the UK do not trust Nigeria’s SSCE certificate. Hence, most UK schools would still require further training or certification in the UK before admissions are given to Nigerian students. According to the educationists, to close such lapses created by Nigerian secondary schools, the Abbey DLD Group of Schools, with branches in Birmingham, Cambridge, London and Manchester, offers a special training environment where the students will be better taught in line with international best practices. Johnson further revealed that among the first best 10 universities in the world, five are from the UK, five are from America. According to Johnson, most Nigerians studying in the UK or US are not in the best universities. “If you see any of them who tells you that they got admission with their SSCE certificate into UK universities, be sure they are there because their parents are rich and can afford to pay their way through, and they are not even in the best universities. For any student to get into University like Harvard, such student must be an A or an A+ student all through. And he would be re-tested for them to be sure “, he said. He then revealed that only 19 Nigerian students are presently studying at Cambridge University, 9 in Manchester, and fewer in other best universities in the UK. Johnson advised that Nigerian parents should make their researches before sending their children to schools especially in the UK as some are mushrooms. According to him, Nigerians should discard publicity stunts when Nigerian schools lie that they are affiliated with best universities in the UK. “UK best universities can never be affiliated with any school. What they look for are the best students. So if your child is among the brightest then, he/she will gain admission at Harvard, Cambridge and others. If not, he or she might just get admission into the regular ones,” he said.

Read more at: http://dailytimes.ng/nigerias-ssce-certificate-not-qualified-for-best-uk-universities-experts-warn/
By Opeoluwani Akintayo 5 mins ago 60 0 waec … as Abbey DLD Group of Colleges launches A-Level programme in Nigeria Education experts have called on the Nigerian government on all levels to up the ante on education in Nigeria, stressing that secondary school leaving certificates issued by Nigerian schools are not qualified for admission into the best universities in the United Kingdom. The statement was made by Sales Director, (Africa) of Abbey DLD Group of Schools, UK, Charles H. Johnson during the formal launching of the School’s A-Level programme in Nigeria. Abbey Group of Colleges which has its Centre in Abuja, holds a 2-year A-Level session for secondary school graduates to prepare them for University education in some of the best universities in the United Kingdom. The programme which is residential, helps to the students to get acclamatised to UK’s system of education before admission. Corroborating Johnson’s statement about the inadequacy of Nigeria’s SSCE certificates, the Schools’ Student Admissions Manager – Africa, Mauzu Jalaluddeen, a Nigerian, most Nigerians studying in the UK, are not able to get into best UK universities like Harvard, Birmingham, Oxford, Cambridge because best universities in the UK do not trust Nigeria’s SSCE certificate. Hence, most UK schools would still require further training or certification in the UK before admissions are given to Nigerian students. According to the educationists, to close such lapses created by Nigerian secondary schools, the Abbey DLD Group of Schools, with branches in Birmingham, Cambridge, London and Manchester, offers a special training environment where the students will be better taught in line with international best practices. Johnson further revealed that among the first best 10 universities in the world, five are from the UK, five are from America. According to Johnson, most Nigerians studying in the UK or US are not in the best universities. “If you see any of them who tells you that they got admission with their SSCE certificate into UK universities, be sure they are there because their parents are rich and can afford to pay their way through, and they are not even in the best universities. For any student to get into University like Harvard, such student must be an A or an A+ student all through. And he would be re-tested for them to be sure “, he said. He then revealed that only 19 Nigerian students are presently studying at Cambridge University, 9 in Manchester, and fewer in other best universities in the UK. Johnson advised that Nigerian parents should make their researches before sending their children to schools especially in the UK as some are mushrooms. According to him, Nigerians should discard publicity stunts when Nigerian schools lie that they are affiliated with best universities in the UK. “UK best universities can never be affiliated with any school. What they look for are the best students. So if your child is among the brightest then, he/she will gain admission at Harvard, Cambridge and others. If not, he or she might just get admission into the regular ones,” he said.

Read more at: http://dailytimes.ng/nigerias-ssce-certificate-not-qualified-for-best-uk-universities-experts-warn/

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