Top 5 Nigerian Universities Offering Medicine and Surgery

University Of Ibadan(UI)

At this moment, UI (as it is commonly called) is considered the best in Africa, as well as compared to a lot of other non-African countries. University of Ibadan has a close relationship with international institutions, including the Feinberg School of Northwestern University of Medicine in the USA, which sends its medical students to our UI’s teaching hospital. The main problem here is that a person needs to study and work extremely hard to make it to the list of admission, as there is often untold competition. Nigerian medical school is a great choice for everyone.




Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU)

OAU has a well-known medical college where plenty of critical diseases have been extremely successfully taken care of. It really makes sure the point of view that this is a great place to get appointed as a promising doctor in Nigeria.





University of Ilorin

One of the best places in Nigeria to study medicine is University of Ilorin because they have in general everything you need, and what is more interesting, they do not go on strike. So there is very near absolute concentration in the Nigerian education system there.






Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria

Ahmadu Bello University is extremely well-known for having devoted lecturers, real, adequate facilities and standard structures, which make it one of top 5 places to study different critical courses like, for example, Medicine. People usually do not want to go to North, but if you do, I bet, ABU has no competitor in Northern Niger
ia, when it comes to any medical studies.





University of Lagos (Unilag)

Popular medical school in Nigeria. Founded in 1962, University of Lagos (or Unilag) desired to prepare professionals for our newly independent Nigeria. With a focus on research, teaching staff published more than 1,700 articles, with the majority of the publications coming out of a few medical, scientific and engineering faculties. The University has recently become one of the seven institutions that received research grant share of the $ 1.2 million presented by the Lagos State Authorities. A huge part of it is going to financing and improving the medical school.




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