Mr. Chad Munday, International student recruiter for Loyalist College, Ontario, Canada was last week in Lagos to talk to Nigerian students and parents about the numerous advantages that abound in studying at the school.
According to him, the school, which tops others in international students work off campus, features small class size that allows for lecturer-student interaction in teaching-learning process and also competitive specialist low budget undergraduate programmes.
Founded in 1966, Munday disclosed that the school is a great place for any student to grow intellectually, socially and personally, as it combines academic and experimental learning with extracurricular activities to give learners the best.
“In our friendly, close-knit campus community, we provide personalized attention in small classes, rewarding field placements and access to wide array services. We take a limited number of students at a time and our academic calendar begins in September. We also give students the opportunity to work for 20-hour a week.
“We have a residence of 500 students and also off campus housing, where new arriving students can spend up to five nights for free in a local hotel, while they look for accommodation that suits their budget and preference,” he said.
Though not a degree awarding institution, the college prepares students for short diploma and certificate course that would give student direct entry into any university in Canada, Europe and the United State of America.