This is a list of the best schools to study engineering in Nigeria where engineers solve real-world daily problems. Engineering courses are science courses.
- 1 Best universities to study Engineering in Nigeria
- 2 List of universities that offer Chemical/Petrochemical Engineering
- 3 List of universities that offer Chemical Engineering
- 4 List of the best polytechnics to study engineering in Nigeria
- 5 Benefits of studying engineering
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Best universities to study Engineering in Nigeria
- University of Ibadan
- Covenant University
- Obafemi Awolowo University
- University of Nigeria
- University of Lagos
- Ahmadu Bello University
- Federal University of Technology Minna
- University of Ilorin
- Federal University of Technology Akure
- University of Benin
- University of Port Harcourt
- University of Agriculture Abeokuta
- Federal University of Technology Owerri
- Ladoke Akintola University of Technology
- Bayero University Kano
- Lagos State University
- University of Uyo
- University of Calabar
- Nnamdi Azikiwe University
- University of Jos
- Olabisi Onabanjo University
List of universities that offer Chemical/Petrochemical Engineering
Some universities offer chemical and petrochemical engineering as one course, here are the universities:
- Niger Delta University
- River State University of Science and Technology
List of universities that offer Chemical Engineering
- FUTO (With options in):
(i) Nuclear Eng. Tech.,
(ii) Chemical Eng. Tech.,
(iii) Biochemical Eng. Tech.
Which university offers Automobile Engineering in Nigeria?
Based on the schools to study engineering in Nigeria, the only university that offers automobile engineering in Nigeria and is accredited is Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi, Bauchi State.
List of the best polytechnics to study engineering in Nigeria
- Auchi Polytechnic
- Yaba College of Technology
- Polytechnic Ibadan
- Federal Polytechnic Ilaro
- Federal Polytechnic Ede
- Kaduna Polytechnic
- Moshood Abiola Polytechnic
- Federal Polytechnic Oko
- Lagos State Polytechnic
- Federal Polytechnic Bauchi
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Benefits of studying engineering
(1) High salary potential
As an engineer, you would be able to earn a very high salary over the time of your career. This is because engineering is a high-paid career with high job demand in the labor market.
You can earn double or triple what other careers earn especially if you are a specialized engineer with a few years of experience and the ability to solve problems with new ideas.
(2) Ease of Employment
Engineers of different kinds are in very high demand these days. An Engineering Degree gives you an advantage in the job market which make it easy to get a job and start/grow a career.
For example, Computer Science and Engineering is a high in demand course as tech and coding are now required for most businesses to evolve and grow so programmers are paid well.
(3) International opportunities
All around the world, engineering is a highly respected course and engineers are needed everywhere.
This means that you will have the opportunity to travel and work in other countries and gain experience in the process. This also helps you earn more as you can get jobs that pay higher.
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