ProU deepens support for Nigerian students, — Features — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

One of Africa’s higher learning institutions, ProU Education Nigeria, has unveiled an online college to provide job-ready certificates for Nigerian students.

The online college, established in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with accreditation from EduQua, a body recognised and supported by the Swiss Confederate Government, is aimed at making the transition from schooling to professional life smooth.
The parent company, ProU, is Africa’s first education institution that brings together the latest technological expertise from Europe, in addition to best global education partners and proven pedagogy that connect students with global opportunities.
A statement by the institution said Nigerians don’t have to revolve their lives around finding the next opportunity to go abroad as ProU helps students find the right route to get remote jobs from anywhere.
“ProU Online College offers affordable and quality online diplomas with a team of top academics, professionals, and experts with extensive real-world experience. With over 95 per cent student-career success rate, $5 million in scholarships, 30 experts and 100 institutional partners, the college empowers students from secondary school to top-tier higher institutions, and beyond.
“ With an EduQua European accredited new-age digital learning platform, the college has courses from School of Technology and Business for students to pursue their higher education from anywhere across Africa. It also guarantees embedded internships designed to upskill students for future jobs,” the statement said.
The school noted that 30 per cent full scholarship is available for deserving students, while enrollment does not require the West African Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE), National Examinations Council (NECO) examinations, or Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).
It added that the application process, which is free, empowers students to take up a course with flexible payment plans.
The institution said the courses provide students with skills relevant for the 21st century marketplace.

https://guardian.ng/features/education/prou-deepens-support-for-nigerian-students-launches-online-college-2/

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