With the number of international students from Nigeria increasing every year, the requirements by employers continue to do the same. In a different “outlook” this could be seen as a good reality whereby a large number of western educated graduates are coming home to input their knowledge into the market of the country thus bringing development. The fact is, as high as the number reflects on international students, locally educated students are always higher and if requirements from employers make these locally educated students’ secondary options it kills their spirit and will to do better and in the long run leaving a massive population of the country with no hope. This way of life is fast becoming a norm and has to be rectified before a new social class is fully formed in the heart of the country.
Kelvin O’D(Dubai Campus)