The management of MOD/IELTS and Westfield College, an international education consulting company n Nigeria recently hosted the Nigeria Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ) executive members during its 2022 November Congress.
The partnership, according to the institute, is to benefit journalists, the institution, and the general public at large.
Speaking at the congress, Peter Karo, Head Of Students Requirement For MOD Education, said; “We have over ten officers across West Africa, and as part of MOD group, we’re happy to host the nationalization of Women Journalists today because we feel that it’s a partnership that we can toggle, that will benefit both journalists, ourselves and the general public”.
MOD/IELTS And Westfield College Hosts NAWOJ 2022 Congress, Offers Educational Opportunities For Female Journalists
“We want the public to know about us, what we do, and the services that we offer. When it comes to studying abroad, we are the ones to help people get admission with our partner schools and also get visas that are required to grant study abroad.
With the scholarship packages, there’s an opportunity to even get study loans. So we believe that this sort of partnership would help to put this information more into the public domain so people can benefit from this sort of information.
Also as female journalists, we have our partner institutions that offer interesting courses female journalists can do to enhance their careers, enhance their credibility and certification in that field. So with this partnership, we’ll be able to reveal those courses to the association”.
BY IYABO AINA
Publisher Of News Rain Nigeria