List of Federal, State and Private Polytechnics in Ogun State

Ogun State has both private and government owned higher polytechnics which is in addition to already existing primary and secondary schools. Like other states, Ogun State recognizes that education is key to development hence the need for collaboration with the private sector for more higher educational institutions (polytechnics) to meet the educational demands of the already teeming population in the state.

Every academic session, students apply for admission so the need for schools that fall within their catchment area becomes necessary. This means that if you are from Ogun state, you will most often choose schools that fall within your catchment area because this gives you an edge in the admission selection process hence the increase in the search for schools in Ogun state.

In this article, I will briefly discuss the application process for each polytechnic on the list of schools in Ogun state that has been licensed and authorized by the National polytechnics Commission (NUC). If you’re searching for polytechnics in Ogun State, a generic search for “polytechnics in Ogun State” won’t do.

List of Federal, State and Private Polytechnics in Ogun State 1

Here you’ll find both public and private Ogun State polytechnics, as well as any Federal polytechnics in the state. For the simple reason that the federal government has implemented a catchment area policy, which means that residents of a state who live outside of the catchment area cannot attend a federal polytechnic located within their own state, not all states have federal polytechnics. As an illustration of the foregoing as indicated above, you should consider reading about the Ogun State polytechnic catchment region.

So, let me go you over the schools that can be found in Ogun State. While freshmen applying to polytechnics in Ogun state would benefit the most from this data, people from many walks of life may find it useful for a variety of reasons.

What you should take away from this post are the following;

  • Familiarity with the whole directory of OgunState’s private polytechnics.
  • List if Licensed polytechnicsin OgunState, Ogunia
  • List of any and all federal polytechnicsin Ogun
  • List of state owned polytechnicsin Ogun
  • Links to the list of courses that are currently offered in all polytechnicssited in Ogun

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  1. You must have at least 5 credit passes that are related to your course of study.
  2. To be able to take part in their post-UTME screening exercise, you must get at least the minimum cut-off score.

According to the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board, this is the standard criteria for entry into all higher education institutions in Ogun State, even those that are publicly funded (JAMB).

LIST OF OGUN STATE POLYTECHNICS, BOTH PUBLIC AND PRIVATE

In order of hierarchy, I will be listing the list of schools in Ogun State till date and embed in each list is the courses currently offered in the polytechnic.

FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC IN OGUN STATE

STATE POLYTECHNIC IN OGUN STATE

  • Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic (AAPOLY), Dogbolu/Akanran Ibadan Road, Atikori, Ijebu Igbo, P.M.B. 1020, Ijebu-Igbo, Ogun State.
  • Gateway Polytechnic, Saapade Prof. Wole Soyinka Way, Saapade Estate, P.M.B. 2003, Isara Ode-Remo, Ogun State.
  • Ogun State Institute of Technology, Igbesa Oba Adesola Market Road, P.M.B. 2005, Igbesa, Ogun State.
  • Moshood Abiola Polytechnic (MAPOLY), Abeokuta, Ogun State.
  • S. Adegbenro ICT Polytechnic, Itori-Ewekoro, P.M.B. 5026, Ifo, Ogun State.

PRIVATE POLYTECHNIC IN OGUN STATE

In summary, there are currently nine (9) polytechnics in Ogun state, including one (1) federal institution, five (5) state polytechnics, and three (3) privately held polytechnics. Each has unique strengths and limitations in their respective disciplines. Visit their application portal to apply if you satisfy their requirements.

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