Membership Program

Steps To Become an EducationUSA Member:
1.    Attend a free General Orientation Session on any Wednesday by 10 am.
2.    If you are a prospective undergraduate student, come with your WASSCE result, and/or transcripts to an Advisor.
3.    If you are a prospective graduate student, come with your statement of result or student’s copy of your transcript.
4.    Obtain an Approval Form from an EducationUSA Advisor.
5.    Make a payment of #2,000(application) and #32,000 (membership) at one of the UBA bank branches listed.
6.    Return the bank slips, receipts, a copy of your transcripts and or WASSCE result and 3 passport photos to EducationUSA Advising Center on Monday through Thursday from 9 am till 3 pm.
7.    Plan to attend a member-only session on Thursday by 9 am prompt.
8.    Prepare to participate in EducationUSA activities.

Our membership benefits include:
•    Counseling on college selection.
•    Counseling on the choice of majors.
•    Guidance from EducationUSA Advisers
•    Access to Library services
•    Access to Internet-enabled Computers
•    Access to thousands of books and resources for College Admissions.
•    Pre-Departure Orientation
•    Student Visa Orientation

our Education Advisers

Adeola Adejumobi

Adeola Adejumobi has a Master’s Degree in English and is a Fellow of the Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistantship (FLTA) program at Yale University, where she taught Yoruba Language. 
On her return to Nigeria in 2011, she also taught Yoruba as a foreign language for two sessions at the Yoruba Language Centre, University of Ibadan. She was into freelance English- Yoruba translation before joining the Lagos EducationUSA team in 2016.
She has a passion for a career in education and working with students who want to study in the U.S. makes her close to students.

Chinenye Uwadileke aka Mrs U

Chinenye Uwadileke has a Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Languages & Literatures from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. During her studies, she spent one year studying abroad program at L’Université de Pau et Les Pays de L’Adour, Pau-France. Upon graduation, she did a certificate program at the GOETHE Institut in German Language. Chinenye has a Masters in Public Administration in International Management from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey, California and a certificate in College Advising from Teachers College, Columbia University. She is an International Fellow of the American Association of University Women. Chinenye has worked with the U.S. Consulate General, Lagos since 2005. Prior to becoming an EducationUSA Adviser, she managed various U.S. Government exchange programs for nine years including the Fulbright & Hubert Humphrey Fellowship Program.  She also maintained relationships with all the U.S. Mission’s higher education institutions in Southern Nigeria.  Chinenye is a recipient of several State Department awards, has attended various training programs in her field and has visited over 30 U.S. Higher Education Institutions. Having studied in the U.S. fully funded, she is passionate about working with students at all levels to achieve their goals. She is married with four children.