The International Student Services (ISS) is a regional organization which facilitates the student’s enrollment for international studies.
The precursor of the International Students Services is set up to conduct functions such as administration, planning, liaison, and coordination of international student exchange programs.
The International Student Services is responsible for sending and receiving students to or from other countries and the handling of financial aid for international students.
It is also involved in study trip planning and the coordination of vocational programs.
*Specialized programs and events to foster social and cultural adjustment.
The International Student Services is your starting point and your ongoing support throughout your studies in abroad. We provide a wide range of services and host varieties of fun events and informative workshops. If you are a prospective candidate, please contact our offices for more information. Join our Facebook group called “International Student Services” to receive important updates, learn about academic and social opportunities, view photographs and make contact with friends. Know More
International students are often confused about the difference between universities and colleges. Some use the terms interchangeably, since both refer to institutions of higher learning where students complete four-year programs leading to an undergraduate degree. Historically, universities have also offered graduate and doctoral degree programs, while colleges have not. However, many colleges—such as ISS-College have recently added selected graduate programs to their academic offerings. We offer several graduate programs also.
No. International students should follow regular admission procedures for first-year students or transfer students.
If you have finished secondary school and have not attended university, please submit:
If you have attended a university or College already, please submit:
Yes. You can send either the original or a certified copy of your transcript, as well as your leaving/national exam certificates, directly to ISS College. These should be in their original language, accompanied by a certified English translation(other languages), and should bear the school’s official stamp or seal. The secondary school credentials list included in the International Guide for Undergraduate and Graduate Admissions provides a list of the credentials required as part of your application to ISS.
Yes. Although ISS cannot offer need-based aid to international students, those who are academically well-qualified are eligible for a limited number of merit-based scholarships.
* You can pay via an international wire transfer. Contact Student Financial Services.
* You can pay online on PayStack with your credit card, Visa, MasterCard
* You can pay in person by cash or check at Student Finacial Services.
* You can mail your payment by check or credit card to Student Financial Services.
Most international first-year students live in residence halls on campus. International transfer students can also live in campus housing if they notify the Office of Residence Life in a timely manner, or they can arrange for private housing.
You can apply for housing via our Online Hostel reservation System(Visit)
Campus housing is available one week prior to the international student welcome. Some campus housing remains open during holidays and breaks for international students who need it, but food service is limited at those times.