Brain Drain Syndrome and Undergraduate Students' Learning Outcome in Ogun State Owned Universities

Kalejaiye Toluwanimi Grace, Okuneye Babatunde Adekunle Ph.D and Babasanya Adeyemi. Olayiwola Ph.D
Volume 29, December, 2023 view(s)6 view(s)

Abstract

The study investigated brain drain syndrome and undergraduate students' learning outcome in Ogun state owned universities. The study employed descriptive and correctional survey research method which involved the use of both primary and secondary data sources while it reviewed relevant literature on brain drain syndrome on undergraduate. The study adopted the use of a structured questionnaire to elicit information from 6,175 respondents from Tai Solarin University of Education and Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ogun State. Simple percentage and PPMC statistical tool were utilised to analyse the data. The findings of study showed that brain drain syndrome has placed the academic departments of the Nigerian universities in a state of chaos and no direction. The study therefore recommended educational planning need be defined in conformity with social strategy, manpower needs and supply and the structure of skill required for national development. Educational policies must be in accord with assessment of needs.

Citation


Kalejaiye Toluwanimi Grace, Okuneye Babatunde Adekunle Ph.D and Babasanya Adeyemi. Olayiwola Ph.D. Brain Drain Syndrome and Undergraduate Students' Learning Outcome in Ogun State Owned Universities. Africa Journal of Educational Research, 29, 27-33.


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