As of 2020, there were 79 private universities in Nigeria. Federal universities amounted to 43, while state universities were 48. Some of Nigeria’s oldest universities are the University of Ibadan, the University of Nigeria, the Obafemi Awolowo University, and the University of Lagos.
How many university do we have in Nigeria and their names?
A: According to NUC (National Universities Commission), Nigeria currently has 79 Private Universities, 43 Federal Universities, and 52 State Universities. Q: What is the name of the best university in Nigeria?
How many universities do we have in Nigeria 2021?
There are about 47 state universities in Nigeria presently.
List of state Universities in Nigeria approved by NUC (2021/2022 update Latest List)
|STATE UNIVERSITIES||Ekiti State University|
|VICE CHANCELLOR||Prof. Samuel Oye Bandele|
How many university of education do we have in Nigeria?
Today, Nigeria has 118 Universities (36 Federal government-owned; 37 state/regional controlled; and 45 private owned).
What are the names of state university in Nigeria?
List of State Universities In Nigeria
|S/N||STATE UNIVERSITIES||YEAR EST.|
|1||Abia State University, Uturu||1981|
|2||Adamawa State University Mubi||2002|
|3||Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba||1999|
|4||Akwa Ibom State University of Technology, Uyo||2010|
What is the top 10 university in Nigeria?
Here is a list of the top 10 best universities in Nigeria:
- University of Ibadan.
- University of Nigeria Nsukka.
- University of Lagos.
- Obafemi Awolowo University.
- Covenant University.
- Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
- Federal University of Technology, Minna.
- University of Ilorin.
What is the largest university in Nigeria?
Largest universities in Nigeria as of 2017
|Characteristic||Number of students|
|National Open University of Nigeria||470,761|
|University of Lagos||59,257|
|University of Ilorin||52,497|
|Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria||48,953|