Nigeria


Nigeria to Canada to Study and Tour

map of Nigeria showing Abia, Adamawa, Akwa Ibom, Anambra, Bauchi, Bayelsa, Benue, Borno, Cross River, Delta, Ebonyi, Edo, Ekiti, Enugu, Federal Capital Territory, Gombe, Imo, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Lagos, Nassarawa, Niger, Ogun, Ondo, Osun, Oyo, Plateau, Rivers, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe and Zamfara

Nigeria is Africa’s most populous country. Granted independence in 1960 a new constitution was adopted in 1999, and a peaceful transition to civilian government was completed. Nigeria is currently experiencing its longest period of civilian rule since independence. The general elections of April 2007 marked the first civilian-to-civilian transfer of power in the country’s history.

Nigeria consists of more than 250 ethnic groups. The system of law is based on the British common law system with Shariot Law applied in the northern regions. Nigeria is organized into 36 states and 1 territory: Abia, Adamawa, Akwa Ibom, Anambra, Bauchi, Bayelsa, Benue, Borno, Cross River, Delta, Ebonyi, Edo, Ekiti, Enugu, Federal Capital Territory, Gombe, Imo, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Lagos, Nassarawa, Niger, Ogun, Ondo, Osun, Oyo, Plateau, Rivers, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe and Zamfara.

English is the official language, however, with over 500 dialects spoken across the many tribes literacy is estimated at 70% across all of Nigeria. The average time in school is 8 years. Nigeria spends less than 1% of GDP on Education putting Nigeria education close to the bottom.

Nigerians face many problems with their education system. In Nigeria school attendance is not compulsory at any level. The education system consists of six years of primary school, three years of junior secondary school, three years of senior secondary school, and four years of university education leading to a bachelor’s degree. The rate of secondary school attendance is 32 percent for males and 27 percent for females.

Study abroad opportunities are reduced as many international schools do not recognize or trust the Nigerian students transcripts, school reports or quality of education standards.

Study abroad opportunities are reduced by the many “Nigerian Scams and 419 frauds”. Many governments and schools are reluctant to offer study or visitor visas to potential Nigerian scammers and gang members. Applicants have to prepare more extensive documents to prove that they are legitimate students and not connected to the many international Nigerian crime organizations.

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Nigerian Links for Study ESL English Clubs, English Language exchanges, English programs in university, college, schools, private teachers, TOEFL TOEIC IELTS study and test locations, education consultants, education agents, travel agents and consultants, airlines that fly to Canada, other travel to Canada, organizations that assist Canada travel and study programs.

High Commission of Canada to Nigeria in Abuja
Street Address
15 Bobo Street, Maitama
Abuja, Nigeria

Postal Address
High Commission of Canada
15 Bobo Street, Maitama
P.O. Box 5144
Abuja, Nigeria

Telephone: (011 234 9) 461-2900
Fax: (011 234 9) 461-2901

Nigeria High Commission in Canada
295, Metcalfe Street
Ottawa, Canada, K2P 1R9
Phone: +1-613-2360521; +1-613-2360522
Fax: +1-613-2360529
Email: chancery@nigeriahcottawa.com

Canada Travel Language Culture Information Pages

Are you in Canada or planning travel and need some friendly assistance?

Do you need help with your Canada travel plans, housing, shopping or just making new friends that you can study with? The free Travel Language Culture “TLC” information contained in this website and links to additional resources can help you.

ESL in Canada provides information about schools in Canada, travel, immigration, employment, shopping, homestay and professional education services. ESL in Canada with partners sponsors, promotes and organizes language exchanges, special group prices, events, activities, internships, work experience and educational programs.

This TLC information is for Canadians, new Canadians, visitors, international language students, teachers, homestay providers, language education product and service suppliers.

Free ESL Cafe English Conversation Classes in Toronto

Every Monday and Wednesday evenings from 7 to 8:30 PM there are free “ESL Cafe” English as a
second language conversation sessions. (except holidays)

Go to the free English class page to see pictures, directions and the Google map to the “ESL Cafe” at St Paul’s Bloor Street.

Go to the ESL in Canada Pinterest pages or our ESL Cafe Pictures pageto see additional pictures of our English classes and events.

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Electronics – to keep in contact with friends and family while traveling
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One Response to Nigeria

  1. tolu says:

    how can i be a part of the benefits please reply to my inbox toluoguntibeju@yahoo.com

    Hello Tolu

    Please clarify “benefits”

    Can you tell us your goal?

    Thanks

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