One of the many questions every Jamb candidate ask is the best school to study their desired course. Another frequent question is whether or not the school they have chosen is actually a good University or Polytechnic to study.
Now, so long your school of choice is an accredited University or Polytechnic, then it is not bad to study there. However, before choosing an institution in your Jamb application, it should be a renowned institution and the one you should be proud of.
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In the area of study course, some schools are ahead of others. For example, it is better to study Engineering in schools like FUTO, UI, UNILAG, Unilorin, OAU, and Uniben than to study it in State or Private Universities like AAU, Redeemer, Adeleke University and DELSU. On the other hand, AAU is a very good University to Study Law.
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The same applies to courses like Medicine, Accounting, Law, business admin, Banking, etc. There are schools that just do better in these areas. Right now, a question comes to mind, how do I know the best schools to study particular courses? It is very easy.
I have compiled the full list of schools that are best in particular courses they offer. Click here to view the full lists of universities and polytechnics plus the courses they are best at.
Another very important factor you should consider while choosing a course of study is passion. There is a school that has been in your mind to study, don’t fail to seek admission in the school. You will naturally do well when you study your course of choice in your dream school.
Jamb Series Part 25: Good Schools To Study Your Desired Course. Feel free to ask your questions using the comment box below and don’t fail to share with friends on social media.
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