No Nigerian higher institution makes best universities for employability list

In a list of best universities for employability, no Nigerian and African university makes it.

University of Lagos

Graduating from the right university also helps in getting a job faster. HR consultancy Emerging recently ranked universities are best in preparing students to be part of the workforce.

The list is made up of 150 higher institutions from 34 countries around the world. America tops the list but countries France, Germany and Switzerland are strongly represented as well as the United Kingdom. Chinese universities are also on the list.


Unfortunately, there is no Nigerian university on the list. As a matter of fact, there are no African universities either.

This is not much of a surprise, though. No Nigerian university made it to the world's top 1,000 universities list released in July 2016.

You can check out the top ten universities for employability in 2016,

1)  California Institute of Technology

2) Massachusetts Institute of Technology

3) Harvard University

4) University of Cambridge

5) Stanford University

6) Yale University

7) University of Oxford

8) Technical University of Munich

9) Princeton University

10) University of Tokyo


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