Nigeria Association of Women Journalist (NAWOJ), Lagos chapter has said that it had partnered with MOD/IELTS.
its chairperson, Adeola Ekine told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos on Monday that the partnership was to make women financially independent through various services the company offers.
Ekine said it was high time women becomes financially independent and stop depending on men for everything.
She said that women are known to be industrious when they work at their own pace and free will.
She said that MOD/IELTS education consulting company has enlightened women journalists on the various opportunities available to them abroad when it host NAWOJ Nov Congress in its office in Lagos.
Mr Karo Peters, Head, student requestments for MOD education said that MOD Education was an international education consulting company in Nigeria.
Peters said that MOD has over ten offices across West Africa and as part of MOD group, they are happy to host NAWOJ Nov Congress.
He said that the company feel that it was a partnership that could be developed that would benefit both journalists, ourselves and the general public.
“We want the public to know about us, what we do, the services that we offer to general public.
“When it comes to studying abroad, we are the ones to help people get admission with our partner schools and also get visa that’s required to grant study abroad” he said.
Also, Mr Joseph Ujah Deputy head of operations, MOD/IELTS Test Center, Nigeria said that female journalists could benefit from various services it offers.
Ujah said that there are programmes especially the Express Entry or the Skilled Worker Program for Canada that was available for journalists.
He said that Journalism was a skilled profession, and so women journalists can kings with this skilled visa provision that was available in both Canada and the UK.
Also, Titilayo Joseph, Head, Marketing consultants Westerfield College, Westerfield College was categorized under the 6th form college.
Joseph said 6th form college was post secondary which bridges the gap between secondary school and university level.
She say once students are out of secondary school, they could place them on foundation programme pending when they overcome some constraints on their way.