Applied Microbiology In Nigeria (And The Requirement)

Are you looking to study Applied Microbiology in Nigeria? There are some important things to know about this course.

And in this guide…

You will see what Applied Microbiology in Nigeria is all about, the schools offering this course, the career opportunities and whether this course is good for you.


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What is Applied Microbiology all about?

Applied Microbiology is a scientific field that deals with the application of microorganism in agriculture, medicine, food and biotechnology.

This course will train you on how to apply these microorganisms like bacteria, viruses, fungi, etc. in certain processes.

Jobs for Applied Microbiologists In Nigeria

  • Microbiologist
  • Food scientist
  • Food production supervisor
  • Medical sales representative
  • Food technology
  • Quality control officer
  • Water treatment operator
  • Laboratory sales executive
  • Pharmacy trainee
  • Biology teacher
  • Laboratory scientist
  • Laboratory technician
  • Medical production manager

Skills you need to excel in Applied Microbiology

  • Attention to detail
  • Excellent IT skills
  • Good Maths skills (Maths)
  • Analytical skills
  • Teamwork skills
  • Good Communication skills
  • Logical thinking skills
  • Skills with experiment
  • Time management skills

Is this course good for you?

If you are a science student who is good at calculations with a passion for biological experiments, then Applied Microbiology might be the best course for you.

However…

You also need to and meet the subject requirements of the schools offering Applied Microbiology in Nigeria.

Universities offering Applied Microbiology in Nigeria

Click on your preferred university to see their direct entry, WAEC and JAMB subjects for Applied Microbiology.

Ebonyi State University (EBSU)
Enugu State University Of Science And Technology (ESUT)
Veritas University, Abuja (VERITAS)

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