Study in Canada
Step by step guide and one on one mentorship
PETER ISESELE (Host)
PhD Candidate (Human Nutrition)
University of Alberta, Canada
Peter is currently a Ph.D. Candidate in Nutritional Oncology at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. He has a passion for helping people fulfill their academic dreams by inspiring and providing guidance on how to come to Canada for Bachelors, Post Graduate Diploma, Masters, and Ph.D. Peter is the Founder of GRADNEXT EDUCONSULTING
He obtained his Masters degree in Biochemistry (Distinction) at Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, through the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarship. Prior to coming to Canada, He completed his undergraduate Program in Biochemistry (First Class Hons) at Ambrose Alli University, Edo State, Nigeria. He received over $125,000 in awards, funding, and scholarship during his Masters and Ph.D. program.
PAUL AIGBOGUN (Guest)
PhD Candidate (Chemistry)
University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Omozojie Paul Aigbogun obtained his Bachelor’s degree (hons) in chemistry from Ambrose Alli University, Edo State, Nigeria finishing as the best student in his department and awarded the most resourceful student in the faculty.
Omozojie Paul Aigbogun is currently a PhD candidate in Chemistry at the University of Saskatchewan Canada, a student member of the drug discovery and development group, College of Pharmacy and Nutrition, University of Saskatchewan, and a researcher at the Saskatchewan centre for cyclotron sciences. Mr. Aigbogun is a recipient of the usask department of chemistry scholarship, Kenneth Johannson teaching award, Hezberg international conference award. He has been recognized by the University of Saskatchewan graduate student association as one of the excellent student leaders at the University of Saskatchewan and He has served on multiple executive boards including usask Nigeria students association, usask American association of pharmaceutical scientists, usask women in chemistry. He is also a recipient of the prestigious Teacher scholar doctoral fellowship and has completed a graduate teaching certificate at the University of Saskatchewan.
Mr. Aigbogun has presented at multiple international conferences in North America and Europe with the most recent being the Drug Metabolism discussion group open meeting in Amsterdam. He has also published multiple papers in well recognized peer reviewed journals.
Mr. Aigbogun has a passion to teach chemistry and a strong desire to inspire others to pursue their dreams.
You can ask questions regarding:
How to search for schools and programs in Canada
How much it cost to study in Canada
How to get schools with cheap tuition
How to apply for admission (B.Sc, PGD, M.Sc and PhD)
How to draft an excellent email to a prospective supervisor
Tips on getting a supervisor for M.Sc or PhD research programs
Scholarship opportunities available in Canada
Guide on the documents needed for visa processing
Pathway to permanent residence after studies