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Populated Universities In Nigeria

There are a lot of schools to choose from in Nigeria, both public and private, however the two with the most students are both public. Both Ahmadu Bello University and the University of Lagos fall within this category.

The University of Lagos

UNILAG, or the University of Lagos, was established in 1962 in the commercial hub of Nigeria, Lagos. Being one of the nation's oldest and most illustrious institutions of higher education, it is also one of the few federally funded universities. There are more than 57,000 students enrolled at UNILAG, making it Nigeria's largest university.

The Premium Times reports that UNILAG is home to a wide variety of graduate and doctorate degrees in areas like law, engineering, medicine, physics, and the social sciences. Furthermore, it features a robust research programme and a long list of illustrious alums that includes numerous presidents, CEOs, and professors.

Graduates are widely sought after by companies in Nigeria and worldwide due to the university's stellar reputation for education. Many groups have partnered with UNILAG to offer community service and outreach activities, demonstrating the university's commitment to fostering participation in the surrounding neighbourhood.

• Ahmadu Bello University

Known by its acronym, ABU, Ahmadu Bello University is found in Zaria, a city in northern Nigeria. In addition to being a federal institution of higher education, it was established in 1962. With more than 50,000 undergraduates, ABU is Nigeria's second-largest institution of higher education.

The PUNCH reports that ABU provides degrees at the bachelor's, master's, and doctoral levels in a variety of disciplines, including medicine, engineering, agriculture, science, and the social sciences. Many research institutions and centres within the university study topics as varied as agriculture, medicine, and technology.

The Premium Times claims that ABU has graduated numerous successful politicians, professors, and businesspeople. The university has built a reputation for itself thanks to its dedication to community service and the many connections it has with local businesses and nonprofits to deliver outreach services.

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