Which nigerian university is the best to study engineering – education (1) – nigeria electricity merit badge pamphlet pdf

How do you measure the best? In Nigeria, the only authentic bodies (no matter what anybody says) that can state the best (1st, 2nd or 3rd and the rest) is COREN and NUC. Employers also provide some information, though fraught with a high subjectivity. To determine the best school to attend you would need to ask yourself which programme you wish to study, when you want to study and what you want to do with it (what kind of job or business you want to do with it). There is no university in Nigeria (or anywhere else for that matter) that can claim it is the best in all engineering courses.

As for Uniben’s case, did you go to COREN website. The story of Structural engineering and computer is outdated, that happened a long time ago. Electrical/electronics, mechanical and petroleum have joined them in 2011. 5 courses from one school in few years. They is no guarantee that other departments – chemical, civil and production would not join soon, especially production. My advice if you are studying any of Elect/elect, mech or petroleum or even production in UNIBEN, catapult yourself to another school as soon as you can, its never too late.

@Poster, please whatever you do, do not attend any private universities to study engineering in Nigeria, you would regret you did. Employers have written to Covenant that their graduates do not take initiative; they wait to be told to do everything. They also do not understand fundamental theories may be they use softwares to teach them engineering. I do not blame them though afterall they need to take permission to go out of campus, they can’t use phones and they can’t even determine what is good or bad for themselves. What a regimented society, more like a primary school. Re: Which Nigerian University Is The Best To Study Engineering? by Talkwisdom( m): 8:51am On Mar 03, 2012

How do you measure the best? In Nigeria, the only authentic bodies (no matter what anybody says) that can state the best (1st, 2nd or 3rd and the rest) is COREN and NUC. Employers also provide some information, though fraught with a high subjectivity. To determine the best school to attend you would need to ask yourself which programme you wish to study, when you want to study and what you want to do with it (what kind of job or business you want to do with it). There is no university in Nigeria (or anywhere else for that matter) that can claim it is the best in all engineering courses.

As for Uniben’s case, did you go to COREN website. The story of Structural engineering and computer is outdated, that happened a long time ago. Electrical/electronics, mechanical and petroleum have joined them in 2011. 5 courses from one school in few years. They is no guarantee that other departments – chemical, civil and production would not join soon, especially production. My advice if you are studying any of Elect/elect, mech or petroleum or even production in UNIBEN, catapult yourself to another school as soon as you can, its never too late.

@Poster, please whatever you do, do not attend any private universities to study engineering in Nigeria, you would regret you did. Employers have written to Covenant that their graduates do not take initiative; they wait to be told to do everything. They also do not understand fundamental theories may be they use softwares to teach them engineering. I do not blame them though afterall they need to take permission to go out of campus, they can’t use phones and they can’t even determine what is good or bad for themselves. What a regimented society, more like a primary school.

It is a difficult question to answer. Remember, it depends on what you want to achieve after school. Some university would almost make you an electrician before you graduate why others would simply give you the rudiments and some, the theoretical background. Some people would answers to attract unnecessary attention to their school but challenge them to provide details.

Don’t try any of these schools because they is no guarantee that you would graduate from there or even if you graduate they is a very low probability that you would be able to practice engineering. Unless, of course, you want to work in a bank or consulting firms like KPMG, Accenture, or start a non-engineering business of your own.

Remember no private universities (even if you have N10million to spend. If you have such amount of money go to UK, US or even Netherlands. Please Ghana, Kenya and Malaysia are not worth it; in the market, an average Nigerian graduate beats them anytime).

One more advice, be weary of people who will tell you this school is stressful, that school wahala too much. The so called stressful schools would make you rugged. Life is rugged, Nigeria is rugged and practicing engineering in Nigeria or even anywhere else is rugged.

Lolz, I knew that people will come praising their universities here. There’s definitely none of the Federal universities that stands out as a general best in Engineering. For instance, FUTO should be the best in Electrical Electronics because of their facilities and the lecturers there. Their Petroleum Engineering department is second to non of the Federal universities (Apart from PTI – due to learning facilities). For Chemical Engineering, OAU – Ife is the best due to their long established chemical Engineering department and quality of lecturers. The analysis can continue, but there’s absolutely no single best in general terms. So it depends on which Engineering you wish to study. But I advice u go to one of the basically engineering Universities (i.e federal universities of Tech) so u can have the feel and wider interaction with engineering students of other fields. It does help a lot. Re: Which Nigerian University Is The Best To Study Engineering? by peleson: 12:23pm On Mar 03, 2012

It is a difficult question to answer. Remember, it depends on what you want to achieve after school. Some university would almost make you an electrician before you graduate why others would simply give you the rudiments and some, the theoretical background. Some people would answers to attract unnecessary attention to their school but challenge them to provide details.

Don’t try any of these schools because they is no guarantee that you would graduate from there or even if you graduate they is a very low probability that you would be able to practice engineering. Unless, of course, you want to work in a bank or consulting firms like KPMG, Accenture, or start a non-engineering business of your own.

Remember no private universities (even if you have N10million to spend. If you have such amount of money go to UK, US or even Netherlands. Please Ghana, Kenya and Malaysia are not worth it; in the market, an average Nigerian graduate beats them anytime).

One more advice, be weary of people who will tell you this school is stressful, that school wahala too much. The so called stressful schools would make you rugged. Life is rugged, Nigeria is rugged and practicing engineering in Nigeria or even anywhere else is rugged.