Courses that give employment in Nigeria

Courses that give employment in Nigeria

In developing countries, especially Nigeria, the course you study in university matters because a lot of University courses still lack value.

I have, therefore, made a top 10 list of the best courses to study in Nigeria. Remember that above all, you should consider your ability and personality.


There’s no argument for this. Everyone knows in the science realm that medicine is the best. It is the most coveted health science course in the country because it is the most marketable course in Nigeria. Have you ever seen an unemployed doctor?.

2. LAW.

Law is one of the top and if not the best art course in Nigeria. They even have their special dress code of white and black that makes them unique on campus. Although the economic value of law has declined in recent years, there’s still the dignity of being a lawyer that makes law one of the top best courses in the country.


Of course, you need an economist to run an economy. Economics is the top social science course in Nigeria. You can work anywhere with an economics degree reason being that there’s no place where financial and economical decisions are not being taken.


Accounting is one of the best courses in Nigeria. Their demand is high in almost all professional fields. They can work in any establishment, private or public. With an accounting degree, there is a great career ahead of you. You should consider doing a professional certification examination after getting your bachelor’s degree in accounting.


Although, not so popular in our country, graduates of geology are among the most sought after by oil companies. They learn about the structure of the earth so they can determine areas that are safe for building and other things.


Mass Communication made it to the list of our best courses to study in Nigeria. Not many universities offer this course because of their poor facilities to train students in this field.


To study pharmacy at the university, it is required that you have a high UTME score. It is one of the reputable courses in the country.

The course basically studies everything about medicines; how they are made, how they work, and their side effects.


A broad course like agricultural science will expose you to many career opportunities depending on the educational track you choose to follow. It is a very broad course and that’s why you should further your education after your first degree.


Chemical, petroleum, civil and electrical engineering are among the most sought after courses in Nigeria. Year in, year out, so many students apply for these courses. So regarding career options and financial rewards, this course ranks among the top in the country.


One thing studying architecture guarantees s that you can work for a building firm and work privately at the same time. It made it to our list because they will always be needed for the designing and construction of buildings and other structures.

We really need to know your opinion. Which and which courses should have made the list of best courses to study in Nigeria for quick employment?


  1. Reply

    ICT is not there, very funny

  2. Reply

    For me IT is the most sought after these days and pays more

  3. Reply

    So exposing

  4. Reply

    Good article

  5. Reply

    Nice but there’s no ICT… shouldn’t it be included

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    number one should be your connection then any other thing can follow

  7. Reply

    Agricultural Science all the way

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    Very nice

  9. Reply

    This is very nice.

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  11. Reply

    It doesn’t matte what u studied in Nigeria..nwanne ijikwa connection. Juo ese

  12. Reply

    Good post

  13. Reply

    Good article

  14. Reply

    This is really good to know

  15. Reply

    Nigeria give employments base of connection

  16. Reply

    Very impressive

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  18. Reply

    Employments in Nigeria this recent times is not even based on course of study.
    More of nepotism and being skillful.
    Independent entrepreneurs are the real big deal.

  19. Reply

    I disagree with you

  20. Reply

    I totally disagree… especially when it comes to law

  21. Reply

    Nice one

  22. Reply

    Very nice article
    Thanks for sharing

  23. Reply

    Employment in Nigeria is mostly connection and God, nevertheless this shouldn’t stop you from being the best.

  24. Reply

    Knowledge is power

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