|US Consulate General, John F. Bray|
Interestingly, this year, eight indigent but brilliant Nigerian students, who received financial aid through the EducationUSA Opportunity Fund, were granted full scholarships totaling $356, 450 by various U.S. universities.
Now, the eight students had their up-front costs of obtaining U.S. admission, including testing, application fees, and airfare covered by the EducationUSA Opportunity Fund.
The pre-departure orientation prepares dozens of Nigerian students for their entry into American culture and enables them to make the most of their U.S. educational experience.
According to the US Consulate Office, sstudents within the Lagos Consular District ware expected at the programme. And there will be platform for interactive sessions on topics such as travel planning, adjusting to life in America, and F-1 visa rules for international students.