in AskYabacon what are the best courses to study at university? by Dralin November 27, 2018, 8:17 pm 19 Comments Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport Name* Email* Name* Email* 19 Comments Most Voted Newest Oldest Inline Feedbacks View all comments Desmond 2 years ago First of all it totally depends on your interest and background, and your goals in life. In terms of trend or excellent job opportunities, the following courses are the best: 1. Engineering (Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, Chemical, Petroleum & Mining, Industrial) 2. Food Science & Agriculture 3. Computer Science 4. Business and Finance 5. Media & Communications All of the above fields are really in great demand in Nigeria 0 Reply Michael 2 years ago This is to all those Nigerian students who are in search of the BEST course to study in the university. Instead of going for the best course, it would be better for you to explore your self and find out what actually interests you, or the areas you are good at. If you study in your area of interest, you are bound to get success as you would be working in future on the things that you like and are interested in. Also the definition of BEST vary for one another so it would be best to know what’s best… Read more » 0 Reply Emma 2 years ago 1. Medicine and Engineering are one the best courses to get good job after school. 2. Accounting is one of the best courses to study. Accountants are needed in all professional field. They can work in different places and companies such as banks, airports, churches, school, hospitals, supermarkets, hotels etc. 3. Nursing Just like Medicine, Nursing is also one of the top courses studied all over the world not just in Nigeria because nurses are high in demand 0 Reply Mohammed Aluyi 2 years ago I decided on my degree based on what the future demands. If you feel like you cannot decide, take a practical approach to it. Think about what industry you see thriving in Nigeria and then bank on it 0 Reply View Replies (1) Contra 2 years ago Every course is a top course and every course is a pre-requisite to human life in every endeavor, Go for what makes you happy not what fetches you money. You will get tired soon 0 Reply chiwen 7 months ago Computer Science 0 Reply View Replies (1) Ebuka32 7 months ago Animal husbandry/Wifery, Animal science, Computer science, Entrepreneurial studies, Food and nutrition, Home Economics, Architecture, Music if you are a lady pls learn basic hand crafts. I am about enrolling in a sewing class cos I Know how soon I will be leaving this country. I have also noticed that so many of our naija abroadians have no access to good tailors…I see most of them wearing unfitting and badly sewn dresses…which brings me to my conclusion there are bad tailors in the abroad that don’t know how to sew our naija natives especially for women. Guys can also venture into… Read more » 0 Reply Oliver 7 months ago 1. Get any University/tertiary education, 2. self-develop your skills, and most importantly 3. LEARN THE RULES OF THE STREET. You will be fine. 0 Reply rita 7 months ago Medicine, Nursing, MLS, and Computer Science, Information Technology but you must be practical (skilled) else hunger go beat you die 0 Reply Sarah66 7 months ago computer science is the most versatile course in the world right now that cuts across every field .. once you know your onions , you will be very much employable in Nigeria as a computer science graduate 0 Reply Paula 7 months ago This is my list and I’m rating these courses base on job opportunity, job security and good pay. 1. Study to become a tech guru, our university don’t have a enough to offer in dis field. So get proper training elsewhere. 2. Graphic designer, digital marketing, freelancing, u can sit at home, negotiate ur jobs and make good money without having to carry CVs around 3. Med/surgery. My doctors friend are balling like they own Nigeria. Job isn’t isn’t really a problem after school. 4. Pharmacy, this course is one the best in Nigeria in terms of job opportunity and… Read more » 0 Reply Olamide 7 months ago Medicine and pharmacy 0 Reply chioma 7 months ago Computer science is a waste of time. You don’t have to be a computer science graduate to practice in that field. You simply need the knowledge and if really want to be grounded in the field, you are definitely not learning that within the four walls of the classroom. The rest is mathematics. 0 Reply View Replies (1) Angel 7 months ago Accounting, medicine ,pharmacy, you can’t study computer related courses in Nigeria because the lecturers don’t know anything about it they are analog If you study accounting and master it, it’s better than any course in this world 99% of accounting graduate in Nigeria don’t know it 0 Reply henry56 7 months ago Computer science is a good course but not in Nigeria. You will learn nothing. Imagine computer science student them go they teach you elementary math, physics, assembly language. Oracle Java Out dates scheme of work. You no go even learn how to code. Nobody go take you serious after you graduate. 0 Reply Emmanuel O. 7 months ago The problem is that people don’t understand where and how far a degree in Computer science can take you.. These guys are literally taking over all fields from medicine to Engineering, law and management… People don’t ask questions, they just earn these degrees and sit at home or settle for less…. I studied an engineering course, topped my class and sometimes struggle to get grants and sponsorships even till now because most of them needs researchers with plenty experience.. If I knew what I know now back then, I won’t waste 5 years studying Engineering…NEVER… But I also know God’s… Read more » 0 Reply What do you think? 0 points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page See more Previous article What's your net worth? And what do you do? Next article Virgins until marriage, what was it like on your honeymoon night?