Robotic Engineering Study Centers in Nigeria : Mechatronics Engineering

Are you interested in studying a robotic engineering course in Nigeria? If your answer is “yes”, this article will interest you and provide you with all the information you need to get started in the course.

While you won’t find any Nigerian university that has the facility for this specific course, there is a field that encompasses robotic education and it is offered in some higher institutions in Nigeria. It is called “Mechatronics Engineering”.

 

Robotic Engineering Study Centers in Nigeria : Mechatronics Engineering

Today i am going to educate you on the list of Universities in Nigeria that offers Robotics/Mechatronics Engineering.

What is Mechatronics Engineering

Mechatronics Engineering is a multidisciplinary branch of engineering that integrates the knowledge engineering of both electrical and mechanical systems, and also includes a combination of robotics, electronics, computer, telecommunications, systems, control, and product engineering.

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Universities Offering Robotics or Mechatronics Engineering in Nigeria

WAEC/JAMB Subjects Combination for Robotic Courses

WAEC

The O level requirement WAEC for Mechatronics Engineering must include

  1. Mathematics
  2. Physics
  3. Chemistry
  4. English Language
  5. Further Mathematics
  6. Biology
  7. Geography/Economics
  8. A trade subject

JAMB

JAMB UTME subject combinations (subjects to write in jamb) to study Mechatronics Engineering are:

  1. Chemistry
  2. Mathematics
  3. Physics

Why Study Robotics or Mechatronics Engineering

The Robotics or Mechatronics Engineering course provides you with the skills and knowledge in rapidly developing fields such as robotics and information technology and digital electronics

I have come to realize that the demand for robotic engineers who are capable of designing, implementing, and operating these systems to meet an increasing need in an industry where the complexity of projects is done with limited resources is waxing stronger every day.

Here are some reasons you should study robotics:

An important industry

Robotic technology has a tremendous impact on our everyday lives. Automation and robotic systems are enhancing every sector, from construction to manufacturing.

Robotics opens up a world of possibilities where things are safe, of superior quality, and efficient. It can diagnose and treat terminal diseases, for example. In many industries, it can improve the way things are done.

Exciting and evolving

In robotics, there is zero limit to what is possible. The field is experiencing tremendous growth.with novel approaches and innovative tech coming up daily, pushing the creative boundaries of our minds.

You will love this course, there’s space to innovate and then with your creativity, you can build the next game-changing tool.

 Good graduate prospects

Since the industry is experiencing massive growth, there is a surge in the need for people with the expertise to operate in the field. So in spite of the prevailing challenges in the labour market, finding a job after graduation won’t be a problem.

 

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21 thoughts on “Robotic Engineering Study Centers in Nigeria : Mechatronics Engineering”

  1. Probably will, but may not cope. Fmath is the equivalent of math in uni. and university is a place where no teacher has time to bother about you, and fmath is complex from my experience. So if you can learn what you’ll be doing in math in a carefree environment in an environment that will be better to learn it, then why not.
    Based on personal opinion.

    1. Yes you can. The computer studies and T.D are even an advantage to you. But do you also offer F.maths. I feel F.maths is a vital part in helping one learn what they’ll need in most courses, and robotics is a course that requires the best from you. Without F.math, if you are not sharp enough, you will be behind and ‘may’ not cope.
      Based on personal opinion.

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