10 ways to Earn Money as a Student in Nigeria 2020 (Both Online and Offline)

10 ways to earn money as a student in nigeria

Are you searching for ways to make money online as a student in Nigeria? In this article, we are going to show you a well-detailed 10 ways you can earn money in Nigeria both offline and online.
Believe me, you are not a good student if you cannot point to at least one source of income in school apart from your parents.

A lot of students think that being a good students ends at writing and passing examinations.
But, that’s not true, you need to have at least one source of income apart from your parents.
In this article, I am going to show you at least 10 ways to earn money online/offline in Nigeria as a student.

1. Tutoring

What is the essence of the knowledge you have if you can’t help other people with it? There are different ways to earn money in Nigeria as a student and this is one of the best.

It doesn’t not matter the course you are studying, there are students out there who are willing to pay you for the knowledge. So, you can be teaching others while you are in school and get paid it for it.
There are many tutorials available for you as student teacher. These include:

School Tutoring: This is when you teach students courses at home. It may be nursery, primary or even secondary student.

School Tutoring:  Here, the service is always rendered in the school premises. Normally, this will only workout during breaks or if you are running a part-time program.

Online Tutoring: Undoubtedly, there are many online platforms where you can teach students from your home through your smartphone or PC and get paid for it.

2. Blogging/Vloging

Blogging is getting more and more popular every day. If you know how to write a good content, then blogging is for you, all you need to know is SEO (Search engine optimization) then set up a blog and you are good to go.

I am a blogger, and from my experience so far, I can say it is a passive source of income. You can make money from blogging through sponsored post, Google ads, or paid ads etc.

On the other side, Vlogging also known as video blogging deals with posting videos on video platforms such as YouTube.  Vlogging is not common in Nigeria yet, so, you have a better chance. All you need to know is an idea of how to create good videos that the people like and you are good to go.

3. Web Designing

After seeing this, I know, some people will start thinking of people who study computer science or computer engineering. But the truth is you don’t need to study computer science or computer engineering before you become a web designer.

In fact, most of computer science students don’t study this in school because our school system teaches more theories and less practical.

So if you want to learn how to design a website or blog, all you need to do is to read and watch tutorials online. I have designed many blog and websites for people.  

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