Man Abroad Shares 6 Courses Nigerians Should Avoid Studying in Canada, Explains Why

Man Abroad Shares 6 Courses Nigerians Should Avoid Studying in Canada, Explains Why

  • A Canada-based man has taken to social media to itemise some courses international students should shy away from
  • According to him, studying such courses in Canada would amount to a waste of financial resources and effort and gave reasons
  • In an exclusive chat with, an educational consultant and expert in Atlanta, US, Ifeanyi Eze, bared his mind on the list

A man based in Canada has highlighted six courses Nigerians and other international students should avoid studying in the North American country.

In a TikTok video, @apyankyera23 emphasised the importance of reading courses with well-paying jobs in Canada.

Six courses Nigerians should not study in Canada
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He added that some courses have little or no chance of earning high and can even be done by people without professional degrees.

The courses he listed to be avoided are:

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1. Agriculture.

2. Business management.

3. Arts or graphic design.

4. Law.

5. Journalism.

6. Logistics but one is advised to do truck driving.

He said accounting and software engineering are good courses to study.

Speaking with, an educational consultant based in Atlanta, USA, Ifeanyi Eze, agreed with all the courses listed but one. In his words:

"He is right but I have issues with logistics. It is a good course if the person learns it well.
"Agriculture is broad, if the person is going into agricultural technology, they will be fine."

Watch the video below:

People sought his help regarding other courses

Archimedes said:

"Can you share anything about petroleum engineering?"

With God everything is possible said:

"Yes you're right."

Engineer Lukman said:

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''Please colleges the offer electrician course."

Ewura Adjoa Luxury said:

"Um interested but who is helping?"

Nana Adjei Sikapa said:

"Please sir, what of early childhood education or plumbing??"

Abu maj. said:

"Thank u sir for u information first i will try how i come to there!"

OB said:

"I don't fully agree with u on hospitality."

user4094064394196 said:

"Please what about masters in urban planning and science of education."

Man lists 4 courses that guarantee permanent residency in Canada

Meanwhile, previously reported that a man had highlighted four courses that easily guarantee Canadian permanent residency.

In a TikTok video, the man advised people that studying any of the four courses is a PR guarantor, stressing that they are in hot demand.

The first course he mentioned was trades. According to him, it is highly in demand and can cater to low-skilled and semi-skilled workers.

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The second he stated was nursing. He said health enthusiasts can take International Educator Nurse programs (IEMs) or practical nursing programs in Canada.


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