List of colleges of education in Nigeria

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There are 152 colleges of education in Nigeria, consisting of 21 federal, 82 private and 49 state colleges of education.[1][2]

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[3] Oyo Federal Oyo State 1977
Federal College of Education[4] Asaba Federal Delta State 1987
Federal College of Education, Osiele Osiele-Abeokuta[5] Federal Ogun State 1976
Federal College of Education, Kano[6][7] Kano City Federal Kano State 1961
Federal College of Education, Eha-Amufu[8][9] Eha-Amufu Federal Enugu State 1981
Federal College of Education, Okene[10] Okene Federal Kogi State 1974
Federal College of Education (Technical), Gombe[11] Gombe Federal Gombe State 1977
Federal College of Education (Technical), Omoku[12][13] Omoku Federal Rivers State 1989
Federal College of Education, Kontagora[14][15] Kontagora Federal Niger State 1958
Federal College of Education, Zaria[16] Zaria Federal Kaduna State 1962
Federal College of Education, Pankshin[17] Pankishin Federal Plateau State 1974
Alvan Ikoku College of Education[18] Owerri Federal Imo State 1963
Federal College of Education, Yola[19] Yola Federal Adamawa State 1974
Federal College of Education (Tech), Potiskum[20] Potiskum Federal Yobe State 1976
Federal College of Education (Technical), Gusau[21] Gusau Federal Zamfara State 1990
Federal College of Education (Technical), Akoka[22][23] Akoka Federa Lagos State 1967
Federal College of Education, Kastina[24] Kastina Federal Kastina State 1976
Federal College of Education (Technical), Bichi[25] Bichi Federal Kano State 1987
Federal College of Education, Obudu[26][27] Obudu Federal Cross River State 1983
Adeyemi College of Education Ondo Federal Ondo State 1964
Federal College of Education, Umunze[28] 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[29] Abeokuta Private Ogun State 2015
St. Augustine College of Education[30] Akoka Private Lagos State 1971
Our Saviour Institute of Science and Technology Enugu Private Enugu State 1989
Delar College of Education[31] Ibadan Private Oyo State 1990
Yewa Central College of Education[32] Ayetoro Private Ogun State 2004
Institute of Ecumenical Education, (Thinkers Corner), Enugu[33] Enugu Private Enugu State 190
Ansar-Ud-Deen College of Education Isolo[34][35] Private Lagos State 1953
African Thinkers Community of Inquiry College of Education[36] Enugu Private Enugu State 1990
City College of Education, Mararaba[37] Mararaba Gurku Private Nasarawa State
Muftau Olanihun College of Education[38] Ibadan Private Oyo State 2003
Corner Stone College of Education Lagos Private Lagos State 200/
Muhyideen College of Education Ilorin Private Kwara State 2007
Bauchi Institute of Arabic & Islamic Studies Bauchi Private Bauchi State 1994
Havard Wilson College of Education[39] Aba Private Abia State 2001
College of Education, Offa[40] Offa Private Kwara State 1987
Kinsey College of Education, Ilorin, Kwara State Ilorin Private Kwara State 2010
Calvin Foundation College of Education, Naka Naka Private Benue State
Angel Crown College of Education, Gidan Waya Gidan Waya Private F.C.T Abuja
Royal City College of Education, Iyesi-ota Iyesi-ota Private Ogun State
Nigerian Army School of Education (NASE), Ilorin[41] Ilorin Federal Kwara State

State colleges[edit]

  • Tai Solarin College of Education, Omu-Ijebu, Ogun
  • Nwafor Orizu College of Education, Nsugbe
  • Enugu State College of Education (Technical), Enugu State
  • Aminu Saleh College of Education, Azare, Bauchi State
  • Taraba State College of Education, Zing
  • Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education, Ijanikin, Lagos State
  • Imo State College of Education, Ihitte Uboma.
  • Kwara State College of Education, Ilorin (www.kwcoeilorin.edu.ng)
  • Kwara State College of Education, Oro (www.coedoro.edu.ng)
  • Kwara State College of Education (Technical) Lafiagi
  • Yusufu Bala Usman College of Legal and General Studies, Daura, Katsina State (www.ybuc.edu.ng)
  • College of Education, Ikere-Ekiti. Ekiti State.
  • Sa'adatu Rimi College of Education Kumbotso, Kano.
  • Ozigis College of Education
  • Adamawa State College of Education, Hong
  • college of education Edejeba-Warri, Delta state (www.collegeofeducation.edu.ng)

The College of Education Lanlate, Oyo State (www.coel.edu.ng)

See also[edit]

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