Press release Launches Targeted News Feed Spotlighting Colleges and Universities for African Students Seeking Education Opportunities Abroad

Sponsored by Businesswire,
a robust online platform for African and Caribbean students seeking
college admissions abroad, has launched a News Feed feature spotlighting
colleges and universities recruiting students from those regions. The
News Feed is one of the site’s useful features where students can learn
about Findadmission’s partner institutions, including admission
requirements and deadlines, scholarship opportunities, areas of study
and campus lifestyles.

Seattle-based Findadmission currently works with over 200 accredited
institution in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Europe and
China. It is attracting a growing number of students from nine nations,
including undergraduate candidates and those seeking a post graduate

“The News Feed is dedicated to study opportunities and useful
information for those who need it the most,” said Folabi Obembe,
Findadmission founder and CEO. “Students can learn about and interact
with their school choices prior to application to increase their chances
of admission.”

Through the News Feed, Findadmission’s partner institutions can post
information, updates and news about academic opportunities. Students can
view, comment, like or share posts among themselves, and learn about
upcoming visits by school representatives to their nation.

Offered to students at no charge, Findadmission’s resources include
profiles of colleges and universities, online uploading of
academic-related documents, visa counselling and other features.

Findadmission’s services for colleges and universities are available for
an annual subscription fee, which includes guaranteed number of
students, pre-admissions management, automated enrolment solutions,
local account manager support, to name a few. It also offers a
commission-based payment option.

Folabi said over 60% of Findadmission students are seeking postgraduate
degrees and nearly 40% are undergraduate candidates. Based on statistics
released by the UNESCO Institute for Statistics in 2016, the number of
African students seeking study opportunities abroad increased steadily,
from 343,370 in 2006 to 427,311 in 2014.

“We are a proven partner for education providers seeking to market,
network, recruit and enrol vetted students from a rapidly growing
student marketplace,” said Folabi.

For more information about Findadmission and its programs for colleges,
universities and students, visit,
or call 206-922-2924

About Findadmission is a free online resource for students in Africa and
the Caribbean seeking educational opportunities at colleges and
universities in the U.S. Canada, U.K and other global destinations. For
accredited education providers, Findadmission is a cost-effective
partner for attracting pre-qualified students with a robust array of
marketing, enrolment, admissions and counselling services. For more
information, visit

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