First, the school admits more students than their quota just to earn more. The Classes can’t accommodate up to half of the students. The lecturers come to class when they feel like and some of them ask for all sorts of bribes for you to be able to pass. The education system is ridiculed as it’s impracticable in the real world. They are supposed to be mirroring what we should expect in the real world and impact the knowledge in us but no one bothers about that, everyone just wants to make money.View more
What I liked about the program was the school life in general, the students are quite creative, lively and talented, there are lots of talent hunt shows always organized on campus and the weather is usually calm and beautiful. The school is located on the outskirt of the city around a village called Agbani in the Nkanu East local government area of the state.
The lecturers are approachable and diligent, they are committed to grooming successful students who can compete with their peers across the world
The school facilities are quite modern though some of the books in the library are outdated and yet to be updated
The experience generally is eventful and educating.
I would recommend the school to anyone who wants to receive a good education.
Each faculty has its school buses.
The student union government always organizes a picnic every semester for the students
The school have both computerized classrooms, online classes and part term programs for those who work and school.
The environment is serene and peaceful with accredited faculties and affiliation with some international schools around the world.
I had a nice stay at Enugu State University of Science and Technology, in the noble Faculty of Law for 5 years, extended to 6 years due to the COVID year, though tough but it has bred me to whom I am today and I don’t regret being an Esutite.View more
My programme at esut went smoothly. I had wonderful professors who were ready to teach and easily approachable. The school environment was very nice and had to up to date facilities. The library and the classrooms were very conducive. There are many extracurricular for students to do and many fun activities to partake in and so my social life was very active. I love my alma mater and would give it five stars.View more
My experience at the Enugu State University of Science and Technology was really a memorable one. When I started in year one, I was really a novice in what a campus is all about, even as there were lots of distractions.
However, I really enjoyed my stay at the school because of the type of environment it has, most especially, the lectures in this very University were really nice, and I really enjoyed them so much.
As I went further, even though there were some challenges, the school was still very skilled in its managerial aspect.
Nevertheless, a few things I don’t like is the aspect of strike. This affects the calendar of the school.
Moreso, I really like my journey at Enugu State University of Science and Technology, it was nice.
Esut is not career conducive; there are little or no accommodations or provisions to carry out extracurricular events that advance the career prospects of budding lawyers. We are bombarded with lectures that last over very inconvenient hours and this affects our assimilation. The curriculum needs to be amended.View more
Well I’m studying law it isn’t very easy it’s kinda tough as this is my final year. The environment promotes a good place for students to learn and study and the lecturers are good and up to date they know how to impact knowledge and the school facilities are also up to date. I always loved the law dinner night we always had once at every level it improved my social life a great deal. My stay there is really good and I would recommend the school to anyone. The two challenges students face are the school fees are expensive in a way not everyone can afford them. And also the strike issue, most times lecturers go on strike due to them not receiving the salary and allowances when they are supposed to, so that becomes a kind of setback for students like us because the strike can last months keeping us at home when we are supposed to be in school.View more
I was very optimistic when I started attending the school, especially the law program, I would like to say that the school is average at best…it’s not bad and it’s not excellent… Most of the lecturers collect bribes and fail students unnecessarily and some also give good grades in exchange for sex with the female students… the accommodation in the hostel is average in my opinion (it is survivable)… the lecture halls are not bad and there are actually good lecturers that teach well but not many of them…the school facilities are poor.View more
I loved how some of my lecturers were intentional about imparting knowledge and made learning worthwhile. Some classes were exciting. Others were just pure torture. The school was quite good. Student life was great because it depended on the students and not the school. My friends made it a worthwhile experience for me every single day and I’m grateful to have met them. I think the school can improve on infrastructure, cut down on school fees, employ more dedicated lecturers who are intentional about growth and learning and so much more. Recommending ESUT to anyone depends on if I see positive changes. The school is not international at all. Changes have to be made in that regard. To a reasonable extent, the school, especially the faculty of law opened my eyes to some career prospects I had no idea about before coming there. We had intellectual activities and symposiums that left a great mark on me. Overall, I had a wonderful experience. It was a mix of both the good, the bad and the ugly and that is what life is all about. If you’re privileged enough, you experience all of them and that informs your thinking and helps you grow. Thank youView more
Corruption and favouritism were rife. Some lecturers took money and sex for good grades.
Apart from that, the lecturers are some of the most brilliant and intelligent in the industry. Their lectures and arguments were sound. They were analytical, critical and argumentative of the law and philosophy. There were also some lecturers (about 10%) that could never be compromised in integrity.