ChalkTalk Africa (CTA), an indigenous Ghanaian Company committed to providing tailored education, talent acquisition and training for organisations, individuals and professionals has announced its quarterly Masterclass series dubbed ”The African Student Abroad’’.
It will cover topics in Education and support Africans in accessing global opportunities (Fellowships, Grants and Scholarships) to facilitate their academic and professional growth and position them to leapfrog into a myriad of opportunities that studying abroad offers.
In engaging prospective Study Abroad Applicants, it became obvious through interactions that many African students needed strategic ways of securing educational opportunities, as many of them either felt intimidated by the process or made costly mistakes. Having realised this hiatus among the African Youth, CTA decided on the need for this Masterclass.
The First Masterclass in the Series, which is set for Thursday, 21st April 2022, will be hosted on the topic “Studying Abroad and What You Need to Know”.
The Masterclass is set to provide in-depth insight into Financial Aid, The Application Process and Foreign Exam Preparation.
Studying Abroad presents us with so many opportunities and plays a strategic role in providing the platform for Africans to unleash their potential, build global expertise, gain exposure, leveraging the myriad of opportunities presented to the African Youth. Speakers with the requisite expertise will be present to answer questions, share all the tips and tricks on how to succeed in getting admissions, access global scholarship opportunities, and prepare attendees to sit for International Exams.
The study abroad masterclass will be hosted virtually and physically at No. 37 Nii Afrotse Street, Haatso West-Legon, and promises to attract the best of Africa’s minds, intellectuals, thought leaders, academia and global experts to help reshape the narrative of Studying Abroad.
“The African Student Abroad Masterclass Series” is envisioned to run once every quarter.
The Masterclass is set to start 11:00am – 2:00pm GMT.
For more information on how to participate, click on the registration link;
Communications Lead & Relations at ChalkTalk Africa can be contacted via email@example.com.