ENGR. G. I. EJIOFOR
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DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, DELTA STATE POLYTECHNIC,
Entrepreneurship education, EEd, has emerged as one of the most effective human development strategies that Nigeria has willingly embraced. This paper discusses the current state in which entrepreneurship education systems in Nigeria operate and highlight some reforms that must be underway for reengineering to take place and lessons that can be learned. The impact of globalization on entrepreneurship education in Nigeria and how skills learning in the country can benefit from a globalizing economy are also discussed. The paper argues that to achieve its goal of employment and self productivity, skills training must be of high quality and must embrace the use of modern information and communication technologies. The paper concludes that entrepreneurship education is necessary but not sufficient condition for employment and self productivity. Good government policies that stimulate the economy, by creating opportunities, are necessary.