We have been welcoming students from Nigeria for many years. There are currently over 80 students from Nigeria studying undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses on our campus.
This information is specifically for students in Nigeria who are interested in studying at Lancaster.
Entry Requirements for Students from Nigeria
High entrance requirements for our degree courses at Lancaster reflect the quality of the University.
Undergraduate Course Entry Requirements
Students who have completed high school in Nigeria are required to take a foundation programme before entry to undergraduate degree courses at UK universities.
Postgraduate Course Entry Requirements
For more information please visit our Postgraduate entry requirements pages.
- English language requirements and preparation courses for postgraduate study
Fees and Scholarships
For more information about tuition fees, scholarships and living costs please see: Fees and Funding.
Nigerian Student Profiles
Find out about Nigerian students and their experiences at Lancaster:
- Olugbenga Ogunmodimu
Support for you in Nigeria – Our Africa Office
Lancaster University has an official office on Victoria Island, Lagos.
The role of the office is to support students with all aspects from initial enquiry and application to the University through to providing information and guidance about applying for UK study visas, accommodation and life in the UK.
Lancaster Africa Office,
6th Floor, Wing A&B, South Atlantic Petroleum Towers, Plot 1, Adeola Odeku Street, Victoria Island, Lagos
Tel: +234 (0) 9090512880
You can also find useful information about studying in the UK on the Education UK Nigeria website.
Our official agents in Nigeria are listed below.
Visits to your Region
We make regular visits to Nigeria throughout the academic year to give you the opportunity to meet a member of staff to get information and advice on your application to Lancaster.
To find when we are next visiting Nigeria please see Visits to your Region.
Student Societies for Nigerian students
Lancaster University offers a welcoming global community. Nearly 2,500 international students from more than a hundred countries study at the University. Nigerian students play a role in the cultural and social life of Lancaster University and the following societies are popular with our Nigerian students:
For more information about other student societies and activities please see: Life at Lancaster.
The Lancaster International Office is here to help and advise students from Nigeria. If you cannot find the information you require in these pages please email the Nigeria Team.
Connect with us at Lancaster Nigeria Facebook.