Grandma Shasha, a lady, has advised Nigerians to consider pursuing higher education at the institute of the People (UoPeople) in the United States, as she revealed that the institute provides tuition-free programs.
According to Grandma Shasha, UoPeople provides a one-of-a-kind chance for inexpensive education because it does not charge tuition and is recognized globally by businesses.
Grandma Shasha shared her finding in her video, emphasizing the University of the People as a game-changer in the search of affordable and internationally recognized education.
She stressed that not only does UoPeople offer a low-cost road to higher education, but degrees and certificates gained at the university are widely valued by businesses globally.
Grandma Shasha went down the costs of various levels of study at UoPeople, showing that an undergraduate degree would cost $4,860, or about N3.8 million.
An associate degree, on the other hand, would set you back $2,460, or slightly more than N1.9 million.
Those seeking an MBA from the institution should budget $3,660, which is around N2.8 million, while a master’s degree in education costs $3,960, which is roughly N3.1 million.\