Top Three (3) Reasons Why You Should School In The East

The South-Eastern region of Nigeria is one of the six geopolitical zones in the country consisting of five states – Ebonyi, Anambra, Imo, Enugu, and Abia, with Igbo being the predominantly spoken language.

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The South-East is renowned for its indigenes being the most hardworking individuals in the country. The South-East also has a good share of nature-given tourist attractions, not to mention the biggest commercial market in entire West Africa.

The Easterners pride themselves on hard work amidst other virtues and this also translates to the students schooling in the region. If you’re skeptical about going to school in the East, this article will guide you.

In no order, here are great reasons why you should consider choosing a South-Eastern university.

  1. Culture Appreciation and Language: For Indigènes born outside the East, and for people generally interested in learning about the Igbo language and culture, schooling in the South East avails the opportunity to learn more about the Igbo heritage. What better way to pick up on the rich Igbo language than to live and school in a South-Eastern state?
  1. Security: Regionally, the South-Eastern part of the country has proven to be less volatile in terms of security and this is now a determining factor in choosing schools.
  1. Quality of Education: Research* has shown that out of the six geopolitical zones, the South-East has the highest educational quality across gender lines. This region is also home to many successful scholars and professionals in Nigeria and the diaspora.

Now you know the perks of getting that South-Eastern admission. Thank you for reading this article, do let us know in the comments if you have any questions or concerns about South-Eastern universities.

*Quality Education in Nigeria: Who are the excluded and why? by Dr. Adedeji Adeniran, Senior Research Fellow, CSEA.

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O. Jasmine-Jade

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