Nigerian University Graduates Find it Tough in Job Market
The government has said that the Nigerian university system has failed in producing quality graduates who are able to meet industry demands. It is now proposing an extra year of study for graduates to be trained.
Nigeria: One Extra Year for Graduates?
Daily Trust, 15 May 2018
Minister of State for Education Prof Anthony Anwuka last week proposed a one-year post-graduation training to be offered in some specialized institutions in order to make Nigerian… Read more »
This Day, 9 May 2018
In order to tackle the rising level of unemployment in the country, the federal government has been advised to develop a national roadmap for vocational and technical training. Read more »
This Day, 8 May 2018
The federal government has said that the Nigerian university system has failed in producing quality graduates who should be employed in industries, following its inability to meet… Read more »
Daily Trust, 9 May 2018
Tens of thousands of Nigerian students may spend extra year in specialized institutions after graduation to make them employable. Read more »