Stutern has discharged the 2018 version of its reports about Nigerian Universities and the employability of their alumni.
On the off chance that you don’t know Stutern, it is an aptitudes improvement and occupation position stage that associates college graduates with long-haul work.
In its 2018 reports, Stutern demonstrates that the accompanying Nigerian Tertiary Institutions are the main 20 Universities in the nation in connection to the employability of their alumni.
- Covenant University
This religious establishment holds its first position in alumni employability rating. The establishment has 83.70% employability rate in the Stern report. In 2017, Covenant University finish the rundown with 90% employability rate. This is coming to a couple of days after the University was positioned the best organization in Nigeria and fifth in Africa.
2. The University of Nigeria, Nsukka
There is a momentous change in the rating this University as the foundation hops from the sixteenth position in 2017 with 56.25%, to second in 2018 with 68.18%. UNN is one of the three Nigerian Universities as of late positioned among best Universities on the planet.
3. The University of Ibadan
The Premier University in the nation moves from the thirteenth position in 2017 report with 62.50 % rate to third in 2018 with 61.76%. Be that as it may, UI is as of now the second best University in Nigeria, 6th in Africa and 677th on the planet.
4. Government University of Technology, Minna
The Federal University of Technology, Minna is one of the chief tech-based organizations in Nigeria. The establishment is put forth in the Stutern’s positioning with 60.61% employability rate.
5. College of Ilorin
Prominently referred to as UNILORIN and prides itself as an organization that is superior to others by a wide margin, the University of Ilorin holds its fifth position in alumni employability positioning with 60.22%.
6. Bowen University
Bowen University is the second private establishment on the rundown. The school has 60.00%.
7. Obafemi Awolowo University
OAU dropped from third in 2017 to seventh in 2018 with 59.30% employability rate.
8. College of Benin
From the fourteenth position in 2017 report, the University of Benin climbs to the eighth position in alumni employability rating with 58.51%.
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9. Lagos State University
Lagos State University, LASU is accepted to be the second best state college in Nigeria as appeared in the ongoing webometrics college positioning. There is additionally a change in the schools’ alumni employability as it moves from the fifteenth position in 2017 answer to ninth in 2018 with 58.49%.
10. College of Lagos
Prominently knowns as UNILAG and prides itself as the main first decision college, UNILAG holds its tenth position in the 2017 report with 58.13%.
11. Government University of Technology, Owerri
FUTO is the second tech-constructed establishment in light of the rundown, and it likewise holds the eleventh position it involved in the 2017 report with 56.82%.
12. Babcock University
The religious foundation built up 1959 as Adventist College of West Africa dropped from ninth position to twelfth. The foundation has an employability rate of 52.70%.
13. Government University of Technology, Akure,
This foundation is one of the well-known Universities of innovation in Nigeria. Its alumni’s employability rating is 51.72%.
14. Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba
AAUA is the second state college on the rundown. The foundation was set up by the Government of Ondo State in December 1999. Its employability rate 51.22%.
15. Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye
Otherwise called Ogun State University, OOU dropped in its alumni employability positioning from eighth position in 2017 answer to fifteenth in 2018 with 50.00%.
16. Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka
UNIZIK involved the nineteenth position in 2017 Stutern report, in 2018 the foundation climb to sixteenth with 50.00%.
17. College of Agriculture, Abeokuta
Prevalently known as FUNAAB, the establishment dropped from its second position in 2017 answer to seventeenth in 2018 with 48.08%.
18. Ekiti State University
In the 2017 report, Ekiti State University was the primary state University on the rundown possessing the sixth position. In 2018, the college dropped to eighteenth with 39.34% employability rate.
19. College of Port-Harcourt
UNIPORT had 65.00% employability rate in 2017 and was evaluated twelfth on the rundown. In the 2018 report, The organization is nineteenth with 37.93% employability rate.
20. Ahmadu Bello University
Prominently known as ABU, Ahmadu Bello University is an original organization in Zaria, Kaduna state. The University holds its last position in 2017 with 37.50% employability rate.