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I Direly Want To Become A Chemical Engineer-is It A Good Career Rout In Nigeria? by SAYEDADAMADAMS(m): 3:46pm On Dec 12, 2019
Good day fellow nairalanderz, I am Adam Grek, am frm kogi state. I like being an engineer particularly chemical engineer. so am prepared to buy JAMB and apply for Nigerian varsity. so, my brosis in the building what do u think of chemical engineering and the ideal varsity to study it. Thanks as am appreciating in anticipation
Re: I Direly Want To Become A Chemical Engineer-is It A Good Career Rout In Nigeria? by engrzico(m): 10:47am On Dec 13, 2019
Chemical engineering is a very lucrative course to study.
But the challenge is the process of attaining the degree.

You must be well grounded in further mathematics, physics and most importantly organic chemistry...if you know you are not good in these subjects better have a rethink else you may be frustrated in your degree program.

Good luck.
Re: I Direly Want To Become A Chemical Engineer-is It A Good Career Rout In Nigeria? by Roysnickz: 11:34am On Dec 13, 2019
SAYEDADAMADAMS:
Good day fellow nairalanderz, I am Adam Grek, am frm kogi state. I like being an engineer particularly chemical engineer. so am prepared to buy JAMB and apply for Nigerian varsity. so, my brosis in the building what do u think of chemical engineering and the ideal varsity to study it. Thanks as am appreciating in anticipation
Why Chemical Engineering in the first place? I think we should start from there. No doubt, it's a good engineering discipline. However, it's surely not the best at the moment. My knowledge of the reason for your choice will put me a position to guide you properly. About the ideal varsity, such abound in Nigerian... Till then.
Re: I Direly Want To Become A Chemical Engineer-is It A Good Career Rout In Nigeria? by cjeriia: 2:58pm On Dec 13, 2019
SAYEDADAMADAMS:
Good day fellow nairalanderz, I am Adam Grek, am frm kogi state. I like being an engineer particularly chemical engineer. so am prepared to buy JAMB and apply for Nigerian varsity. so, my brosis in the building what do u think of chemical engineering and the ideal varsity to study it. Thanks as am appreciating in anticipation
Bad choice. Look towards electrical, mechanical or Petroleum. I am talking from experience. Even where you are supposed to be relevent, they make you irrelevant
Re: I Direly Want To Become A Chemical Engineer-is It A Good Career Rout In Nigeria? by SAYEDADAMADAMS(m): 5:50pm On Dec 13, 2019
Roysnickz:
Why Chemical Engineering in the first place? I think we should start from there. No doubt, it's a good engineering discipline. However, it's surely not the best at the moment. My knowledge of the reason for your choice will put me a position to guide you properly. About the ideal varsity, such abound in Nigerian... Till then.
thank u so very much Roysnickz, pls am eagerly anticipated to know some ideal varsities from u
Re: I Direly Want To Become A Chemical Engineer-is It A Good Career Rout In Nigeria? by SAYEDADAMADAMS(m): 5:53pm On Dec 13, 2019
engrzico:
Chemical engineering is a very lucrative course to study.
But the challenge is the process of attaining the degree.

You must be well grounded in further mathematics, physics and most importantly organic chemistry...if you know you are not good in these subjects better have a rethink else you may be frustrated in your degree program.

Good luck.
thanks dear fellow
Re: I Direly Want To Become A Chemical Engineer-is It A Good Career Rout In Nigeria? by Roysnickz: 9:36pm On Dec 13, 2019
SAYEDADAMADAMS:
thank u so very much Roysnickz, pls am eagerly anticipated to know some ideal varsities from u
You not told me why the urge for Chemical. Someone up there said it a bad choice, I don't think so but surely not the best.
Re: I Direly Want To Become A Chemical Engineer-is It A Good Career Rout In Nigeria? by Tellaoluwatosin(m): 2:41pm On Dec 14, 2019
You have to consider the labour the market also, why don't you consider mechanical or electrical engineer.
Re: I Direly Want To Become A Chemical Engineer-is It A Good Career Rout In Nigeria? by Ikjosh04: 8:07pm On Dec 15, 2019
cjeriia:
Bad choice. Look towards electrical, mechanical or Petroleum. I am talking from experience. Even where you are supposed to be relevent, they make you irrelevant


Not true, I'm a Chemical engineer. Everything depends on your level of exposure and how sound you're. Chemical engineering is far ahead than Petroleum engineering and can rival but Mechanical and Electrical engineering as the best engineering.
@Op Chemical engineering is the hardest engineering behind only Civil engineering so if you are very sound in mathematics and not necessarily chemistry(though have little knowledge) you can go ahead and study the course. It's a profession with dignity. A Chemical (Process ) engineer is the prime mover of industrialization in a country and one of the issues we're having in Nigeria is due to the in effectiveness of Chemical engineers in piloting the affairs of the nation.
Re: I Direly Want To Become A Chemical Engineer-is It A Good Career Rout In Nigeria? by gotousa2013: 9:56pm On Dec 15, 2019
Mechanical is the most versatile and then electrical
Re: I Direly Want To Become A Chemical Engineer-is It A Good Career Rout In Nigeria? by cjeriia: 8:06am On Dec 16, 2019
Ikjosh04:



Not true, I'm a Chemical engineer. Everything depends on your level of exposure and how sound you're. Chemical engineering is far ahead than Petroleum engineering and can rival but Mechanical and Electrical engineering as the best engineering.
@Op Chemical engineering is the hardest engineering behind only Civil engineering so if you are very sound in mathematics and not necessarily chemistry(though have little knowledge) you can go ahead and study the course. It's a profession with dignity. A Chemical (Process ) engineer is the prime mover of industrialization in a country and one of the issues we're having in Nigeria is due to the in effectiveness of Chemical engineers in piloting the affairs of the nation.

Lol. I am very sound & well exposed. I made my comment based on employment opportunities in d country. Being in d upstream sector of an IOC in d country, I come with 1st hand info.
For me it's either mechanical or electrical and then others. Wider applicability and reach. #myopinion entirely

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