COVID-19 and Study Abroad; Frequently Asked Questions

By Funmilayo Ogunsanwo on 29-May-2020

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Studying abroad amidst the pandemic has caused a lot of panic for prospective study abroad students in Nigeria and those with admission already. So many questions have been raised by students all over the nation, wondering what steps to take. We will be treating one of the frequently asked questions in this article. 

One of the multiple questions asked is; is it advisable I change my study plans?

Looking at how the pandemic has put the whole world on hold, No one can say when there will be another development. It is however advisable to continue your study abroad process now because so many schools are becoming mild with their admission requirements for international students.

However, if you followed my previously posted articles, there are schools in the USA currently waiving standardised tests, while one of them isn’t just waiving tests but application fees also. Most schools abroad are also extending their application deadlines. If you have all your material ready, this is a good time to apply for scholarships. 

More so, if you are offered admission and you’re skeptical about the possibility of traveling abroad this year, you could defer your admission till next year or ask your school for more information.

Across the horizon is here to help you make the right choices. If you need to talk to a customer care representative for more clarification, click here.

Good luck on your journey to study abroad.

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