Firm launches app to ease international schooling, relocation

app to ease international schooling, relocation

In its bid to ease the efforts of students and people who intend to school abroad, AcrossDHorizon recently launched an app that provides varying solutions to requirements.

Speaking at the launch, Paul Adah, the Chief Executive Officer of Pay4me, a sister company of  AcrossdHorizon, explained that the application was developed in a bid to democratize information needed to process schooling abroad, adding that with the launch of Japa+, technology is applied to bridge the information gap.

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According to him, intending students could access scholarships, fully funded programs, and various travel assistance, thus saving money and time, adding that advisory assistance is also made available via the app.

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“Our services are designed to help qualified candidates find opportunities that are aligned with their long term career and educational goals”, Adah said.

Speaking on funding opportunities to study abroad, Dee Gordon, Director of Partnerships, Pay4me, explained that an intentional student could get a fully funded scholarship through crowd funding from friends and family, scholarship and grants from organizations across the globe.

She however noted that for this to be successful, the prospective student needs to be intentional, adding that a good way to attract funds is to tell their stories of where they are coming from and where they are going.

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