By Dipo Olowookere
In order to provide sufficient information and guidance to select clients who wish to have their children study abroad, Fidelity Bank recently organized an exclusive advisory forum in Lagos.
The event precisely took place on Friday, June 7, 2019 at The Café in the Private Banking Suite, Ikoyi and put together by the Private Banking Division of Fidelity Bank Plc in conjunction with Quelu Advising Center.
Quelu Educational Center is an advisory company operating under Shorelight group of companies working with top-tier universities to offer services to prospective students who wish to study abroad.
During the exclusive advisory session, guests were given sufficient information and guidelines on student profiling, university selection, finding scholarship opportunities, application and admission process, visa application preparation, new educational system, cultural differences and financial planning to fund school fees.
Speaking at the programme, Divisional Head of Private Banking at Fidelity Bank Plc, Ms Chioma Nwankwo, noted that, “Studying abroad is becoming more popular among Nigerian students as the country itself continues to pursue integration into the international landscape.
“The demand for professionals with global experience is rapidly increasing amongst local employers.
“Our Private Bank has therefore partnered with Quelu Advising Center over an interactive education advisory session to better equip our high net worth and ultra-high net worth clients for future engagements in this respect.”
The session is one of the fora that has been put together by the division which targets the younger generation with necessary steps toward achieving a greater future as wealth is preserved from one generation to another.
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