Best 15 polytechnics in Nigeria When we talk about ranking there are factors that are used to determine the best which include openness rank, impact rank, presence rank, and excellence rank. These are the factors that determine which Polytechnic tops the table out of all Polytechnics in Nigeria.

What are the most popular Polytechnics in Nigeria? This article provides a list of polytechnics in Nigeria, as well as Economics, mass communication, agricultural practices, Engineering, technology e.t.c that provide practical training. It does not include universities or teachers’ training institutions.

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TOP 15 BEST POLYTECHNICS IN NIGERIA FOR 2020/2021

  • AUCHI POLYTECHNIC
AUCHIPOLY

AUCHIPOLY

Auchi Polytechnic is one of the oldest polytechnics and one of the leading polytechnics in the country. It was established by the Federal Government in 1964.

The school has continued to adapt its curriculum over the years to meet international standards. Their website is quite user-friendly and enables students to access chat forums and the school’s e-library.

Best 15 polytechnics in Nigeria

Best 15 polytechnics in Nigeria

Popularly known as YABATECH, this prestigious institution was established in 1947. It is one of the most sought after polytechnics in the country. Currently, the school has a student enrolment of over 16000. YABATECH scores a first as the first higher institution to establish a Centre for Entrepreneurship Development.

  •  FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC ILARO
Federal-Poly-Ilaro

Federal-Poly-Ilaro

Established in 1979, Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro is one of the top 10 polytechnics in Nigeria. As a matter of fact, the school has been reported to be the most sought after polytechnic in the country since 2014. Unlike other institutions, the school has had a consistent academic calendar over the last 12 years.

The master plan of the Polytechnic is divided into 2 distinct campuses which are called the East and West Campuses. The East Campus houses the staff quarters, the main library, student hostels, sports facilities, student affairs office, the medical school, the Nursery and Primary schools, etc.

  •  POLYTECHNIC OF IBADAN
 POLYTECHNIC OF IBADAN

POLYTECHNIC OF IBADAN

Located in the city of Ibadan, the Polytechnic Ibadan popularly called Ibadan Poly was established in 1970 as the successor of Technical College, Ibadan. The polytechnic operates on a faculty system and the school currently has 5 faculties.

  • EDO STATE POLYTECHNIC USEN
Best 15 polytechnics in Nigeria

Best 15 polytechnics in Nigeria

Edo State Polytechnic Usen is a higher institution of learning located in Usen community of Ovia southwest local government area of Edo State, Nigeria. It was formerly known as Edo State Institute of Technology and Management Usen

  •  LAGOS STATE POLYTECHNICS
LASPOTECH-Ikorodu

LASPOTECH-Ikorodu

Popularly called LASPOTECH, the Lagos State Polytechnic is located in Ikorodu. The school was established 40 years ago to train young people in order to attain their full potential and it seemed they are well on their way to achieving that.

Recently, it was reported that the staff and students in the school manufactured drones. And the governor of the State, Akinwunmi Ambode promised that these drones would be deployed in aerial security surveillance across the State since the drone market has been raising and easy even for the general public to get drones from sites as hotrate.com to play outside or in their houses.

The rector of the polytechnic is Mr. Samuel Sogunro. In their last convocation, over 9000 students graduated from the 32 departments of the Polytechnic.

  • OSUN STATE POLYTECHNIC
Best 15 polytechnics in Nigeria

Best 15 polytechnics in Nigeria

Osun State Polytechnic, Iree is also known as OSPOLY is a tertiary learning institution in Iree, Osun State, Nigeria. The Polytechnic was formerly a satellite campus of The Polytechnic, Ibadan

  •  FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC EDE 
FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC EDE 

FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC EDE

Federal Polytechnic, Ede is a Nigerian tertiary institution that was established in 1992. It is located in Ede, a town in Osun State, southwestern Nigeria. It is a National Diploma awarding institution.

  • FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC OKO
FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC OKO

FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC OKO

Located in Oko in Anambra, the Federal Polytechnic Oko can be traced to the College of Arts and Science which was established by the Anambra State Government in 1979.

In 1985, the college was upgraded to a polytechnic and was named the Anambra State Polytechnic, Oko. The school would later be taken over by the Federal Government leading to it being renamed the Federal Polytechnic Oko.

The polytechnic has three campuses. The main campus is located at Oko while the other 2 campuses are the Ufuma and Atani campus.

The Federal Polytechnic is one of the most preferred institutions of choice for many young school leavers based on the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination data

  • FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC BAUCHI

Bauchi usually referred to as Bauchi State to distinguish it from the city of Bauchi, is a state in northern Nigeria. Its capital is the city of Bauchi. The state was formed in 1976 when the former North-Eastern State was broken up. It originally included the area now in Gombe State, which became a distinct state in 1996.

Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi is a polytechnic based in Bauchi State, North-East of Nigeria. It is situated at Gwallameji village Bauchi. The current Rector of the polytechnic is Arch. Sanusi Waziri Gumau.

  • KADUNA POLYTECHNIC ( KADPOLY)

Popular called KADPOLY, the Kaduna Polytechnic started as a technical institution in Northern Nigeria. It was initially called Kaduna Technical Institute.

The polytechnic is highly sought after especially in the Northern part of the country and currently has a student enrolment of over 25000.

KADPOLY has over 138 programmes which have been spread across its 44 academic departments.

  • IMO STATE POLYTECHNIC 

Imo State Polytechnic is a higher education institute in Umuagwo, Imo State, Nigeria. It was established in 1978 as the Michael Okpara College of Agriculture, Umuagwo and was upgraded to a Polytechnic status, renamed as the Imo State Polytechnic, Umuagwo in 2007.

  •  AKWA IBOM STATE POLYTECHNICS
Best 15 polytechnics in Nigeria

Best 15 polytechnics in Nigeria

Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic is a tertiary learning institution in Ikot Osurua, Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. It was founded in 1991. The polytechnic has schools of Applied Sciences, Communication Arts, Preliminary Studies, Business and Management, Engineering, Environmental Studies, and Legal Studies.

  •  KOGI STATE POLYTECHNIC LOKOJA

Kogi State Polytechnic was established in December 1992 by the 1st and 2nd Executive Governor of Kogi State, Prince Abub akar Audu through an amended edict No. 6 of 1994. 1994. The Polytechnic took off in January 1993 at the Government Science Secondary School, Lokoja and Osara Campus with Dr. Isa I.A. as the first Rector.

  • FEDERAL POLYTECHNICS OFFA

The Federal Polytechnic, Offa is a Nigerian tertiary institution located in Offa, Kwara State. Established in 1992 during the administration of Ibrahim Babangida, the polytechnic offers National Diploma and Higher National Diploma courses at undergraduate levels.

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