Students in African have become so wide in traveling to study abroad for there Courses base on their options of the way they see academic structure in their own countries while some student see studying abroad to have the opportunity to study in a foreign nation and when they finish their study abroad program and return home, they will return with a new perspective on culture, language skills, a great education, and a willingness to learn. Needless to say, all of these are very attractive to future employers.
Many students find that they love their host country so much that they decide to seek work there. If you can relate, you will find that a local education will be very valuable when searching for a potential job in that country.
One of the countries in Africa Nigeria retained its top ranking as the number one source of African students studying in the United States, according to the Open Doors Report released on Monday, November 13.
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Statistics of some African countries
The International Educational Exchange data released by the Institute of International Education (IIE) shows that
1.there are 11, 710 Nigerian students currently pursuing their educational goals in the United States, an increase of 9.7% over 2016.
2. Kenya ranks second among African countries with a total of 3189 students in the U.S.
3. Ghana comes in third with 3111 students. Overall, the number of African students in the United States climbed to 37,735, an increase of 6.7% from 2015/2016 while Fifty-six percent are pursuing undergraduate degrees and 28.7 % are involved in graduate studies.
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There’s no change at the top since last year, with the University of Cambridge ranked first in the UK. However, the university is down one place in the QS World University Rankings to now rank fifth in the world this year. Cambridge was founded in 1209, making it one of the oldest universities in the world, and currently educates around 19,000 students.
ranked sixth in the world, the University of Oxford is the oldest university in the English-speaking world and is credited with producing highly successful alumni, including 27 British Prime Ministers, 30 international leaders, 50 Nobel Prize winners and other prominent figures such as Sir Stephen Hawking.
UCL continues to rank seventh in the world this year, making it London’s highest-ranked university for three years in a row. UCL calls itself London’s Global University and this is certainly reflected in its on-campus diversity, with more than 15,500 of its 38,900 students coming from outside the UK.
Up to one place to now rank eighth in the world this year, Imperial College London is the fourth and final UK university to appear in the global top 10. Imperial is a science-based institution that focuses on developing technologies and their practical applications.
King’s College London is ranked joint 23rd in the world this year, sharing the position with the University of Edinburgh. Renowned for its medical education and research, the university is home to the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, the world’s first nursing school.
The University of Edinburgh continues to be the highest-ranked university in Scotland, this year placing joint 23rd in the world and joint 5th in the UK. Established in 1582, the university’s prestige has helped earn the city the nickname ‘Athens of the North’, and it’s been ranked one of the top five UK universities for research excellence.
Ranked 34th in the world in 2018, the University of Manchester is the UK’s largest single-site university, hosting 39,700 students hailing from 160 countries. A member of the prestigious Russell Group of UK universities, Manchester has been associated with 25 Nobel Prize winners.
Back in London, the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is up two places to rank 35th in the world in 2018. Established in 1895, LSE focuses on the social sciences and has a diverse student body, with over 7,500 of its 10,880 students coming from overseas.
The University of Bristol is ranked 44th in the world in 2018. The university is another Russell Group member and is the largest independent employer in the city of Bristol. The university was established in 1876 and now enrolls around 22,300 students.
Ranked 57th in the world in 2018, the University of Warwick is actually based on the outskirts of the city of Coventry and is home to the Warwick Arts Centre, the largest of its kind in the UK outside of London and there are no cities in Warwickshire but its county town is Warwi – while the largest settlement is Nuneaton. … These days, most of Warwickshire’s population of just over half-a-million live in the north and centre of the county.