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PEFTI Gets NCC UK Accreditation

By SOLOMON NDA-ISAIAH

PEFTI Film Institute has been added to NCC Education UK network of Accredited Partners.

The addition is to enable students in Nigeria and all over Africa, study special modules to get BSc and Masters from Universities in Canada, USA, Europe, Asia, and Australia.

The new partnership with PEFTI means that African Students can study for as short as 1-year at PEFTI, either online or at the school’s campuses at Lagos and Ibadan, and then gain admission in foreign Universities to study a wide range of courses; including Nursing, Business, Law, Fashion and Art related courses, Film Production, Social Sciences, Computer and I.T. related programs, and Engineering.

According to Abiola Adenuga, Managing Director, PEFTI, “We are delighted with this new international partnership as it opens doors for people who are interested in studying abroad and/or relocating to a foreign country legally.

“PEFTI is accredited by Federal Ministry of Education, and we are partners with several Universities, Corporate Bodies, and Countries’ Government Embassies; hence this is not a new terrain for us, and we look forward to success.”

He noted that academic sessions for this programme would commence in September 2023 while registration is on.

Classes are virtual and Physical at PEFTI’S two campuses.

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