List of colleges of education in Nigeria

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There are 152 colleges of education in Nigeria, consisting of 27[1] federal, 82 private and 54 state colleges of education.[2][3]

Federal colleges[edit]

This is a list of approved federal colleges of education in Nigeria.

Institution Location Type Host state Year of establishment Notes
Federal College of Education (Special), Oyo[4] Oyo Federal Oyo State 1977
Adeyemi College of Education Ondo Federal Ondo State 1964
Federal College of Education, Iwo[5] Iwo Federal Osun State 2020
Federal College of Education (Technical), Asaba[6] Asaba Federal Delta State 1987
Federal College of Education, Abeokuta Osiele-Abeokuta[7] Federal Ogun State 1976
Federal College of Education, Kano[8][9] Kano City Federal Kano State 1961
Federal College of Education, Eha-Amufu[10][11] Eha-Amufu Federal Enugu State 1981
Federal College of Education, Okene[12] Okene Federal Kogi State 1974
Federal College of Education (Technical), Gombe[13] Gombe Federal Gombe State 1977
Federal College of Education (Technical), Omoku[14][15] Omoku Federal Rivers State 1989
Federal College of Education, Kontagora[16][17] Kontagora Federal Niger State 1958
Federal College of Education, Zaria[18] Zaria Federal Kaduna State 1962
Federal College of Education, Pankshin[19] Pankishin Federal Plateau State 1974
Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education[20] Owerri Federal Imo State 1963
Federal College of Education, Yola[21] Yola Federal Adamawa State 1974
Federal College of Education (Technical), Potiskum[22] Potiskum Federal Yobe State 1976
Federal College of Education (Technical), Gusau[23] Gusau Federal Zamfara State 1990
Federal College of Education (Technical), Akoka[24][25] Akoka Federa Lagos State 1967
Federal College of Education, Katsina[26] Katsina Federal Katsina State 1976
Federal College of Education (Technical), Bichi[27] Bichi Federal Kano State 1987
Federal College of Education, Obudu.[28][29] Obudu Federal Cross River State 1983
Federal College of Education (Technical), Umunze[30] Umunze Federal Anambra State 1989

Private colleges[edit]

This is a list of approved private colleges of education in Nigeria.

Institution Location Type Host state Year of establishment Notes
Piaget College of Education.[31] Abeokuta Private Ogun State 2015
St. Augustine College of Education[32] Akoka Private Lagos State 1971
Our Saviour Institute of Science and Technology Enugu Private Enugu State 1989
Delar College of Education[33] Ibadan Private Oyo State 1990
Yewa Central College of Education[34] Ayetoro Private Ogun State 2004
Institute of Ecumenical Education, (Thinkers Corner), Enugu[35] Enugu Private Enugu State 190
Ansar-Ud-Deen College of Education Isolo[36][37] Private Lagos State 1953
African Thinkers Community of Inquiry College of Education.[38] Enugu Private Enugu State 1990
City College of Education, Mararaba[39] Mararaba Gurku Private Nasarawa State
Muftau Olanihun College of Education[40] Ibadan Private Oyo State 2003
Havard Wilson College of Education[41] Aba Private Abia State 2001
College of Education Offa.[42] Offa Private Kwara State 1987
Nigerian Army School of Education (NASE), Ilorin[43] Ilorin Federal Kwara State
Nana Aishat Memorial College of Education.[44] Ilorin Private Kwara State 2009

State colleges[edit]

See also[edit]

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