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The Impact of Faculty of Study on Students’ Satisfaction: A Study of Four Private Universities in Nigeria
(International Education Studies, 2015)
Due to the increasing number of educational institutions in Nigeria, Universities (particularly private Universities) are competing to attract more students into their faculties. In a bid to achieve this goal, these ...
An Evaluation of the Basic Facility Needs of Private University Students in Ogun State, Nigeria
(International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology, 2017)
This study sought to assess the basic facility needs of students in order of preference with respect to their library, ICT laboratory and classrooms in five private universities within Ogun State, Nigeria. Primary data was ...
Students' Satisfaction with Major Academic Facilities in Private Universities in Ogun State, Nigeria
(Covenant Journal of Business & Social Sciences (CJBSS), 2017)
Higher educational institutions, particularly privately owned institutions, in developing countries are constantly challenged to improve on the quality of their facilities. This is necessitated by the need to ensure students' ...
Measuring Students' Perception of Classroom Quality in Private Universities in Ogun State, Nigeria Using SERVPERF
(Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 2016)
In Nigeria, competition among private universities is becoming increasingly intense as investment in the sector is proving more and more viable. Students' satisfaction survey has been identified as an essential instrument ...