INT'L STUDENTS CENTRE

Applying to Babcock University
Congratulations and thank you for choosing Babcock University. It can be both exciting and scary going to another country to study. The International Students Care Unit office is available to answer your questions and make your stay comfortable. Here are some pertinent information for you in addition to those on the general students information.

Accommodation
There are three major categories of accommodation available on campus. These are the Regular, Premium and Classic Hostels. Ensure that you visit the accommodation section on the University website, in order to decide the type of accommodation you desire for your stay.

Before you arrive
Please scan your transcript and send it and application requests electronically by clicking this image
Remember to visit the Babcock University website @ www.babcock.edu.ng for further information

Travel information
Ensure that your travel documents are current and valid.
You will be arriving into the Muritala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos, Nigeria. There are immigration procedures on your arrival. Please notify the International Students care Officer about your Itinerary before departing from your Country of residence. Airport Pickups may be arranged for you on Arrival in Nigeria

What to bring
You should bring the documents listed below when coming:

Passport with a valid visa
Academic transcript
English test report (where Applicable). If you are coming from a non-English speaking Country, you need to notify the International Students Care Unit Officer.
Sponsorship letter (where applicable)
Appropriate clothing as stated in the University Policy (see dress code on the website)
Health care

Babcock University has a World class health facility to cater for your Medical challenges. Please consult with your physician to ensure that you have received all necessary immunizations for travelling to Nigeria. You may also visit http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/destinations/traveler/extended_student/nigeria for recommended vaccinations

We Care Unit
Students with special health requests/challenges are advised to register with the We-Care unit at the Student Support Center for proper documentation and follow-up

Disabilities
Students witX10h disabilities should inform the International Student Care Unit Officer before arrival for necessary supports

Orientation Activities
Orientation Programs for new students will begin from the first week of resumption

First Year Experience
All new students would enjoy special programs and privileges under the First Year Experience (FYE).

Support Services
The International Students Care Unit is available to provide all necessary support to assist students transition smoothly into university life. All academic and psychosocial assistance can be obtained at the Student Support Center of the University ( Please consult your International Student Care Unit Officer)

Work study
There is the opportunity for you to work and study right on campus to assist you earn a little to support your stay.

For more enquiries please contact: The International Student Care Unit officer Chinaza Nwakanma at 08037988839.