Going Private? See The Top 7 Private Universities In Nigeria

Top 7 Private Universities In Nigeria

If you’re planning to study in a private university in Nigeria, then you need to go for the best. You can even opt for the top best. Don’t know these universities? You have nothing to worry about. Simply stick to this post till the end

Contained in this post are the top 7 universities in Nigeria. These rankings are based on a number of factors such as:

  • Academic standards
  • Presence of facilities that aid learning
  • Location
  • Webometrics ranking

So, let’s get started.

1. Covenant University

 

The university is owned by Bishop David Oyedepo of the Winner’s Chapel. It was licensed by the Federal Government of Nigeria on the 12th of February, 2002. Ever since then, the university has grown to be the pride of the country by being the best private university in the country.

The university was established on solid moral and spiritual foundations. The school has churned out graduates with remarkable potentials. Graduates from the school have an upper hand in the labour market.

2. Babcock University

Babcock University

This is one of the most popular universities in Nigeria. It is situated in Ilisan Remo, Ogun state- a state in the South western region of the country. The university has a remarkable innovative style of management and houses students with excellent moral standards.

Babcock University is considered the second best private university in Nigeria due to her innovation and excellent management. The institution also formulates policies geared towards improving the standard of life of the students and its owned by the 7th day Adventist Church.

3. Joseph Ayo Babalola University

Joseph Ayo Babalola University (JABU) was established in 2004. The academic session started in 2006 after being licensed. The school paved way for entrepreneurship education in Nigeria. The success recorded by JABU in entrepreneurship education compelled the National Universities commission to mandate the teaching of general studies including entrepreneurship in degree-awarding institutions in the country.

4. Bowen University

The university is located in Iwo, Osun state and it’s owned by The Nigerian Baptist Convention. It is the first private university to be owned by church. It is one of the most respected universities in the country. This is because most of its lecturers were trained in Obafemi Awolowo University and University of Ibadan. The university also runs lots of  postgraduate school.

5. Redeemer’s University

The temporary site of the university is located at the redemption Camp, KM 46, Lagos-Ibadan expressway. The permanent site is located in Ede, Osun state. The university is exemplary due to the caliber of lecturers working there. The former VC of the university (Professor Oyewale Tomori) was a World Health Organization executive for Sub-Saharan Africa and a fellow of Nigerian Academy of Science.

6. Igbinedion University

It’s owned by Gabriel Osawaru Igbinedion. It is the first private university in Nigeria. It is located in Okada, Edo state. The university runs a wide range of programs such as law, medicine, pharmacy, engineering, natural and applied sciences, business and management studies, arts and social sciences. It is the first private university to produce medical doctors in the country.

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7. jayi Crowther University

The university is situated in Oyo town, Oyo state and was found by the Anglican Church. It was named after late Samuel Ajayi Crowther, the first Nigerian African bishop of the Anglican Church. He was also the first Nigerian to translate the bible into Yoruba language.

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