Last updated on January 4, 2021 by The Counselor
On this post, I will show you the best universities to study Accounting in Nigeria. Accounting is one of the most popular social science courses in Nigeria and very competitive. You must be a commercial student with a good background commercial subjects for you to study Accounting in Nigeria Universities.
Accounting course prepares a student to be professional accountants, auditors, budget analysts, tax accountants, and to provide financial management services to individuals, businesses, and/or corporations (profit and not-for-profit). Students will also master the digitization of accounting data and technology that support international financial reporting.
To gain admission into the universities to study Accounting, these are the 9 WAEC, NECO or GCE subject that you should write. You can also use two sittings to gain admission.
- English Language
- Government/Biology/Agriculture Science
- A trade subject
These are the list of best Accounting Universities in Nigeria
- University of Lagos
- Osun State University
- Olabisi Onabanjo University
- University of Ibadan
- University of Benin (UNIBEN)
- Kwara State University
- Bayero University Kano
- Lagos State University (LASU)
- Ekiti State University
- University of Ilorin
The table below shows the acceptance rate for Accounting in Nigeria Universities
|UNIBEN||26 – 33%|
|UNILORIN||27 – 31%|
|UI||21 – 24%|
|OOU||24 – 30%|
|UNIOSUN||29 – 34%|
|EKSU||34 – 45%|
|LASU||28 – 37%|
|BUK||28 – 39%|
|KWASU||31 – 40%|
Although there are over 68 universities in Nigeria where you can study Accounting, admission competition is still very high for the above-mentioned universities. You must study smart and excel above the cutoff mark in other to gain admission into one of the best universities to study Accounting. You may be considered for POST UTME if you score average cut off mark in JAMB but your score in POST UTME will determine if you will be given admission.
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