Who we are

The UK, which hosts over 1 million international students, is the second most popular study destinations worldwide and the highest for Nigerian students according to a recent data published by UNESCO. However, studying in the UK can be a daunting task for newcomers largely because of the need to acculturate to a new lifestyle as well as the need to adapt to the British educational system.
This is exactly why MedEd Psych consult was established — to bridge the gap often encountered by international students when they arrive to study in the UK. Our primary aim is to provide a shoulder for our clients to lean on, being rest assured that our qualified staff are determined to provide ample support through any pressing need, be it academics, emotional or social needs.

Our specialist team comprises qualified medical practitioners, psychologists and university lecturers, with considerable amount of experience across various sectors such as the National Health Services (NHS), UK Higher Education Institute (UKHEI) as well as private establishments. All our staff are top professionals with recognised certifications in their areas of specialty both in the UK and internationally. So be rest assured you are in safe hands!


  • Life for me has not really been to my favour as there have been ups and downs trough the years. My lowest point till date was when I lost my mom. I had a close relationship with her and I was gradually losing my mind and thinking there was no essence to live. My mum meant everything to be and her sudden death made me suffer psychologically. Luck shined on me when I met the Director of MedEd Psych. She saw through my eyes my pain and that began the journey of support, encouragement & intervention. The support I received is the only reason I try to be happier every day even when I remember those happenings. I graduated with a Distinction and have been offered a Place to continue my PHD. Thanks to Dr Tomilola for everything.

    Ray A Economic Policy & International Trade
  • I came into Coventry University 2016 to study Law.  I was so positive and enthusiastic to get the best grades. At about 5 weeks into session, I started feeling low, anxious, agitated and found it difficult to attend lectures. I was feeling so  overwhelmed with so many informations about modules and course works to complete. I discussed my concerns with my Parents and they were more worried. I loved my course and did not want to fail. My parents were determined to find me a Professional specialist mentor who would be around to support me all through my studies and most importantly provide feedbacks and set Interventions where appropriate. We booked weekly sessions, and I attend  promptly. The team at MedEd Psych has been of tremendous support. Their professional approach to mentoring is splendid. I am in my final year and on top of my studies.

    Olivia J Criminology and Law