The US Pathway Program (USPP) in Nigeria, established in 2013, is open to ambitious secondary school graduates across Africa. Taught by US-educated lecturers, it offers an American education on African soil.
The Program is suitable for younger students — aged 16 and over — who require additional pastoral support before traveling overseas. USPP students earn US university credits during the Year 1 Fall and Spring terms in Nigeria before moving to the USA. Parents can see their children start Year 1 of a US degree immediately, but have them closer to home for an extra year.
Following the Spring semester, USPP students complete the Summer Bridge term in Boston before transferring to a top US university.