Top 20 Nigerian universities with most EMPLOYABLE graduates

Top 20 Nigerian universities with most EMPLOYABLE graduates

Stutern is a Lagos-based startup, an online platform that connects interns with employers with available internship positions. It also carries out studies on employment in Nigeria and Nigerian universities.

Have you wondered which universities have the most employable graduates in Nigeria? Stutern embarked on a study into the question and this is the resulting list:

1. Covenant university

With a 90% employability rate, Covenant University located in Ota, Ogun state, has the most employable students in the country. It is a private Christian university, affiliated with Living Faith Church Worldwide.

2. University of Agriculture, Abeokuta

The Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Ogun state has an employability rate of 84.62% and comes in as the second university with the most employable students in Nigeria.

This chart shows the activity of the students after graduation

This chart shows the activity of the students after graduation

3. Obafemi Awolowo University

Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) is a federal government owned and operated university. It has an employability rate of 83.33%.

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4. Federal University of Technology, Akure

The Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) is a top ranking University of technology in Nigeria and indeed the nation's pride. It is in fourth place with an employability rate of 80%.

5. University of Ilorin

The University of Ilorin, also known as Unilorin, is a university in Ilorin, Nigeria. It was established by a decree of the Federal Military Government in 1975. It comes in 5th with an employability rate of 77.78%.

Below is the full list:

The top 10 universities contain only two private universities

The top 10 universities contain only two private universities

Most of the universities on the list are surprisingly public universities

Most of the universities on the list are surprisingly public universities

Meanwhile, NAIJ.com earlier reported that Adamu Adamu, Minister of Education, has constituted a seven-member committee who will audit how the grants for the take-off projects in the 12 new federal universities established between 2011 and 2013, were used.

Speaking on employability, a Nigerian lady is self-employed in an unlikely profession. Watch a video of NAIJ.com speaking to her below:

Source: Naij.com

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