International@SheffieldUni blog and West Africa Facebook
Find out more about life in Sheffield from our current international students in our International@SheffieldUni blog. Our International Office Ambassadors from Nigeria will be contributing their experiences, along with other international students. You can also continue to read our previous West Africa blog written in 2015 by former student ambassadors.
Like us on Facebook to keep in touch and find out more about the University of Sheffield.
These pages will provide you with information specific to you, as a student coming from Nigeria. You may also find useful our general information for international students, prospective undergraduates and postgraduates, and departments pages.
Our relationship with Nigeria
The University of Sheffield has a long established relationship with Nigeria. The first known Nigerian graduate of Sheffield graduated from us in 1950 and there are now over 300 known graduates of the University of Sheffield living in Nigeria.
Some well-known alumni include:
- Dr Abolaji Ajenifuja, OFR, (1959), a consultant Physician and Paediatrician at the University of Ibadan
- Professor Lateef Salako CON, NNOM, (1969), an Emeritus Professor of Pharmacology at the University of Ibadan
- Professor Tolu Olukayode Odugbemi, (1978), Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lagos
- Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, the first Prime Minister of independent Nigeria (Honorary Degree holder)
We are delighted that you are interested in following in this tradition of excellence.
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NCUK and the University of Sheffield
The University of Sheffield welcomes NCUK students from all over the world, including Nigeria. Find out more about NCUK and the University of Sheffield.
If you have any questions, or want to speak with a Sheffield representative in person, please contact our West Africa Regional Officer, Tomi Lasebikan at The University of Sheffield West Africa Office, based in Lagos, Nigeria.
You can also find answers to many frequently asked questions on our Ask Sheffield web pages.