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STUDY IN AMERICA

By Farooq Kperogi, Ph.D.
Twitter: @farooqkperogi

Do you want to study in the United States? Well, you don't need to send me an email. I get an average of 100 email inquiries every day from people from around the world, especially from Nigeria, about studying in the US.

Since I can't possible answer all the emails, I've decided to create a page specifically to answer the questions that I get from readers of my column and to archive my previous articles on the subject of studying in America.

I will update this page periodically with new information. Please read the following articles carefully and send me an email only if your concerns haven't been addressed by the articles I've shared here.


Do you have an HND (Higher National Diploma) and wonder if you stand a chance to be accepted for graduate studies in America?

Well, some American universities regard HND as the equivalent of a bachelor's degree while others don't. You will need to write directly to the universities you're interested in applying to and inquire if they accept HND as the equivalent of a bachelor's degree. But read this article I wrote on the issue:


Also read below the story of a Nigerian HND holder who earned a master's degree and a Ph.D. from prestigious American universities:


Are you poor and unable to fund your education in America? Don't worry. There are many ways to find funding for graduate studies in America. Read the article I wrote on that below:

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