A Nigerian young student identified as Otumidia Dennis who graduated with first-class in Chemistry has asked for help to continue his education abroad following his escape from Ukraine because of war.
Dennis revealed that though he was studying medicine before the Russia-Ukraine war broke out, he is open to opportunities in chemistry.
The man revealed on LinkedIn, that he would very much love to continue his education, saying he is looking for universities that can help people in his situation to further their studies.
Dennis who is a first-class graduate of chemistry asked whoever could help him to reach out.
He said: “Please, I need help. I can continue my study in any of the Universities in Hungary, Germany Sweden or any other European countries, anything that can help me during this hard time.
“I can study chemistry too The Nigerian man stated that in the case that opportunities for medicine are not found, he could do a direct PhD in chemistry.“
He included his contact in his post for anyone interested in helping him.
Some of the reactions below from the Dennis Post are below:
Bayode Babalola said: “The PhD option is great but pursue your dream of becoming an MD. You left Poland out of the list. They have good medical schools for international students too.”
Adrienn K. said: “Dear Otumudia Dennis , I’ve been collecting academic opportunities available now for people fleeing Ukraine. You can see them in this Google spreadsheet (mostly Europe-focused, but there are a few options in e.g.: Israel, U.S.)….”
He gets Opportunities:
Megan Berretta wrote:
Hello Otumudia, We are sorry to hear about that, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, explain your situation and include your CV, transcript, and degree certificate, also make sure to include (Foreign and Ukrainian students) in the subject area. Our admission counsellors will try to help and guide you with grad school admission in Canada, if you wish, as much as they can totally FREE of charge. Swenam Organization is an Educational Services provider that normally helps international students secure admission at schools, colleges and universities, we are not an institution, but we are currently providing help to all students fleeing Ukraine, whether Foreign or Ukrainians, with consultation services free of charge. I wish you all the best.
Oluwaseyi Salami wrote:
Found this: For students and researchers fleeing from Ukraine, Bielefeld University would like to offer a place of refuge. We invite students to continue their studies and academics to continue their research here in Bielefeld. In making this offer, we draw upon our many years of experience in supporting refugees and helping them lay the foundation for a life here in Germany. We provide a comprehensive range of information and advisory services; for more information, please visit www.uni-bielefeld.de/refugees. Do you know anyone who is fleeing the Ukraine – or who wants to? Let them know about what Bielefeld University has to offer. www.uni-bielefeld.de
Merit Jared wrote: Hello dear, please go to Semmelweis University in Budapest! I have heard they have opportunities for medical students from Ukraine 🇺🇦 Other medical schools in Hungary are University of Szeged and University of Pécs! If you have questions, you can contact me as I have so many medical friends that can help you in Budapest! Everything will be fine 😊 Sending loads of love
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