University of Surrey: Nigeria

This blog covers the highs and lows of living life as a Nigerian student at the University of Surrey!

And it was open day… (Part 1)

Hello again… The University had its open days on the 22nd and 23rd of June and there was a MASSIVE and IMPRESSIVE turnout. Fortunately, the weather was sunny and bright and people hung around the fountain savoring the beauty of the Campus… Won’t you want to get a feel of what further happened on these […]


Sssshhh!…Exams in progress

   Sssshhh!…Exams in progress Yes, final exams for 2017/18 Academic session are on… The Library is full…  And study tips signs are clear… However, different departments have different requirements for assessments. For MBA students, we take only one exam in Finance at the beginning of the year and the rest of the session is filled with […]


Do you believe in forecasts?

Hiya… Today I’d be touching on something slightly different and its the about the weather…Do you believe in forecasts? In Nigeria, I never had to consider checking a forecast to know what the weather would be like. It was pretty much predictable as it is either very hot or rainy, maybe cold at some points […]


Nigeria in Surrey

Hello again, Today is one of those days that I have chosen to further reflect on my Surrey Journey and how much of the ‘Nigerian feel’  I have experienced here… As at last September, the Nigerian student population was 164 – the largest population among the other 16 African countries represented here at the University […]


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