7 Best Art Courses With High Employment Rate In Nigeria

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In this post, we are going to consider the 7 best art courses in Nigeria
with high employment rate. However, before we continue we will like you
to note that the rate of employment shouldn’t be the only criteria to
consider before choosing a course. Your chosen course is a life-long
decision and once made, you may not be able to change it again. Before
you choose a course you are advised to consider those things you enjoy
doing and find courses that relate to them so that when you leave school
you will not only work for the money but also enjoy what you are doing.
Unlike the science courses with high employment rate (You can see them here), these art courses might come as a surprise.

all indication, these are the best art courses to consider for study if
you will want to be employed immediately after your graduation. But the
courses alone won’t qualify you for automatic employment. You will have
to work on your grades because there will be lots of other graduates of
the same course as you.

The best art courses with High Employment Rate?

this is one of the most marketable art courses in Nigeria today. When
you talk about English all most students ever see is teaching as the end
result but the English course opens far greater doors than teaching.
Few of the jobs you’ll be eligible for when you study English includes
Digital copywriter, Editorial assistant, English as a foreign language
teacher, Lexicographer, Magazine journalist, Newspaper journalist,
Primary school teacher, Secondary school teacher, Writer and so on. One
of the joys of this course is that it offers you the opportunity to
freelance and work from anywhere you are which is not associated with
other courses.

Well, Law
being the best art courses is no news. Law opens doors for you in
Nigeria. Being a lawyer is almost being on the same level as a doctor.
Though law offers great employment benefits it is also very competitive
and you will have to be outstanding in order to secure a good job.

Political Science
science is a very popular course amongst art students and despite this,
it is still very lucrative. Though competitive but if you can graduate
with an outstanding result, you will surely be employed almost

Theatre art
If you are very
passionate about acting then you might want to consider Theatre art.
It’s one of the best art courses in the country. However, you will have
to be very passionate about acting since it actually deals with more
passion than with brain work.

Creative And Visual Arts, Fine and Applied Arts, Fine Arts And Design

have to include this lucrative career on this list. Though very obscure
to most Nigerian students, these art courses are actually very
lucrative and can open doors for you. With the rise of the internet,
there are more demands for designers more than anything. Everyday people
keep looking for designers of logos for their website and businesses as
well as corporate designs to promote their brands. You can easily make a
name for yourself with these courses especially if you love

Foreign Languages

Foreign languages
especially mandarin (Chinese), Spanish, German, Russian and French can
really open doors of employment for you. One attractive aspect of these
courses is that you will have less competition. You can work in
embassies or even become a private tutor. You may decide to become a
freelance translator and work as you like.

Counseling and psychology

not very well recognized in Nigeria, counseling and psychology are
bound to explode in a few years just as in other developing and
developed countries of the world. Lots of people are depressed in the
society and as we move on this number is bound to increase. Though in
Nigeria right now most people are not aware of counseling services but
in few years they will surely start looking for their services.

All courses are literally lucrative if you can use your creative imagination. No matter the course you study in school you can become employed immediately if plan properly before graduating.

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Notable mentions of Economics and Accounting didn’t make the list because it is becoming saturated with little or no space for their graduates to earn a living. Information Technology software is replacing the above-mentioned jobs, and that is part of the reason I don’t classify them as one of the best art courses in Nigeria.

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Ike Ani is a Freelance writer whose quest constantly is to relate happenings around the world to human daily living. He's also a song writer and singer, Acoustic Guitarist, and Teacher.


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