List of Nigeria’s 39 state-owned universities with Vice Chancellors names, websites, dates of establishment

Nigeria has a total of 138 universities. Of these, 59 are privately-owned, 40 are owned by the Federal government while 39 are state-government owned. Here are their names, locations, website, Vice Chancellors and dates of establishment.

Nigeria has a total of 138 universities.

Of these, 59 are privately-owned, 40 are owned by the Federal government while 39 are state-government owned.

Many students cannot state the age of the university they attend, neither can they say anything about other institutions.

In order to shore up Nigerians’ knowledge about Nigerian university, the ‘Know Your University’ series collates information about universities’ dates of establishment, websites, location and names of the Vice Chancellors overseeing their affairs, based on the official listing on the website of the National Universities Commission (NUC).

This episode, second in the series, presents the names, locations, website, Vice Chancellors and dates of establishment of all 39 state government-owned universities in Nigeria:

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Also watch out for the names, locations, Vice Chancellors, websites and dates of establishment of Nigeria’s 59 private universities.

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