Wisdom House College in partnership agreement with Goodmus Learning Centre has offered 90 per cent scholarship to Nigerian students who wish to study in Turkey.
It was gathered that the scholarship is coming after the Nigeria government went into a bilateral agreement on international education to offer 90 percent scholarship to Nigerian students who are interested in studying abroad giving Wisdom House College and Goodmus Learning Centre the license to recruit students in Nigeria.
According to the Chief Executive officer (CEO) Goodmus Learning Centre, Badmus Adekunle, “The signature of the agreement with the Turkish Government, Goodmus Learning Centre appointed Wisdom House Colleges as their sole representative in Nigeria to recruit students for them into over seventy Public Universities in Turkey.
“The 90 per cent scholarship tuition makes students pay fees ranges from €200 to €1,143 depending on the course.
“Medicine is the only course on the high side, which is €1,143 (about N457, 200) for a whole academic session. It then means anyone who is not putting in for Medicine will not pay anything close to that of Medicine”, he added.
According to him, vocational studies, which will run for just two years cost €286Euros, Masters programme cost €388 as tuition fee, while PhD programmes for four years will cost €388.
He further stated that over thirty students benefited from the offer last year and the admission for 2018 is already ongoing with qualification examination for next admission coming up Oct 27, 2018.
“Representatives from Turkey will be coming to conduct the examination although the examination is not a determinant of whether the student will get the scholarship or not.’’
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