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Re: I Need Advise Pls,can I (should I) Travel Abroad? by Mindlog: 6:24am On Jul 20
You are almost through, at least finish from the university before relocating.
Re: I Need Advise Pls,can I (should I) Travel Abroad? by Oladeji245(m): 9:12am On Jul 20
samtol4:
Start applying to schools in Canada and Europe for scholarships programme for masters . It is not a must you change to medical field ,just look at areas In your field that are needed globally .
thank u sir

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Re: I Need Advise Pls,can I (should I) Travel Abroad? by Oladeji245(m): 9:14am On Jul 20
Mindlog:
You are almost through, at least finish from the university before relocating.
Im not thinking of dropping out now from the uni cos if not for covid, I will be a graduate by now, its law school I'm thinking of shelving.
Re: I Need Advise Pls,can I (should I) Travel Abroad? by GboyegaD(m): 2:27pm On Aug 01
Do not listen to all these noise about Medical or IT field. There are people who are doing great irrespective of their field of study and there a few Nigerian trained lawyers who have being called into their provincial bars in Canada. One of the biggest law firms in Calgary, Osuji & Smith, is owned by a Nigerian who trained in Nigeria.

That said, my advise for you is to look within and think of what you really want to do. If you love law and want to practice abroad, read up the process about becoming a lawyer in your proposed country and follow through.

I would also advice you not to drop the idea of going to Law School. Live as though your only chance is living and making it in Nigeria while you make plans on relocating through a legal means.

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Re: I Need Advise Pls,can I (should I) Travel Abroad? by abdullahi45: 1:59am On Aug 02
GboyegaD:
Do not listen to all these noise about Medical or IT field. There are people who are doing great irrespective of their field of study and there a few Nigerian trained lawyers who have being called into their provincial bars in Canada. One of the biggest law firms in Calgary, Osuji & Smith, is owned by a Nigerian who trained in Nigeria.

That said, my advise for you is to look within and think of what you really want to do. If you love law and want to practice abroad, read up the process about becoming a lawyer in your proposed country and follow through.

I would also advice you not to drop the idea of going to Law School. Live as though your only chance is living and making it in Nigeria while you make plans on relocating through a legal means.

This good man here has said almost all I had in mind. But to add, don't shelve your law school plans, it would atleast add to your experience and CV, and perhaps you might need it later you never can know...

Since you are from a privilege home, endeavor to leave for Canada immediately after your law school, but start your home work now to be sure of what you can best do when you get to Canada. Study route might be the best, but not the only route for you..

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