UK Boarding Schools: Discover Exclusive Opportunities for Nigerian Students

Are you seeking the perfect educational journey for your child? Explore exceptional opportunities for your family with UK boarding schools, which are a top choice for Nigerian families. Currently, approximately 1,500 pupils from Nigeria are thriving across various prep, senior, and sixth-form schools in the UK.
As part of their commitment to Nigerian families, heads and senior leaders eagerly anticipate their return to Lagos this January 2024 at a special event designed to meet with parents like you who wish to find out more.
Sign up to join these exclusive events you won’t want to miss, organized by Mark Brooks Education in association with the UK’s Department for Business and Trade.
Education Reception and Charity Fashion Show
Date & Time: Friday, January 19th, 2024, 7 pm to 9 pm
Venue: The Wheatbaker Hotel, Ikoyi, Lagos
An exceptional chance to network with schools in a relaxed and engaging environment! Immerse yourself in the award-winning Greenfingers Wildlife Conservation education charity and witness their internationally acclaimed ‘trash-fashion’ show.
UK Boarding Schools Week – Exhibition
Date & Time: Saturday, January 20th, 2024, 1 pm to 5 pm
Venue: The Wheatbaker Hotel, Ikoyi, Lagos
This exhibition will feature prestigious schools such as Badminton School, Cardiff Sixth Form College, City of London Freemen’s School, Downside School, Earlscliffe College, Lancing College, LVS Ascot, Marymount International School London, Queen Ethelburga’s Collegiate, St Clare’s Oxford, TASIS England and Wellington School. It’s a fantastic opportunity to explore firsthand what these esteemed institutions have to offer.
Sarah Travis, Senior Associate Director of Student Recruitment and Admissions at TASIS England, emphasizes the school’s international community, global outlook, and seamless path to leading universities in North America and the UK. “Nigerian families choose TASIS England because of our extensive international community and positive global outlook,” she shares.
Rachel Debenham, Director of Development at Wellington School in Somerset, also attests to the growing number of Nigerian families at their institution. She highlights the seamless integration of Nigerian students into their warm and inclusive community, praising their leadership skills and academic achievements. She shares that “they have significant leadership skills and quite a number have become captains in our school; they also work hard and achieve great results.”
Join these exclusive events to explore the enriching educational pathways available for your child in the UK’s finest boarding schools. Seize this opportunity to connect, learn, and pave the way for your child’s bright future.
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