1. Landmark University, Omu-Aran
Surprisingly, Landmark University tops the list. It was founded by Dr. David Oyedepo. The university was established and licensed by the NUC in 2011. It currently has 3 major colleges. Landmark University also ranks as the 4th best university in Nigeria.
2. Covenant University, Ota
Convenant university is without doubt one of the best universities in Nigeria. The university has been licensed and approved by the NUC since 2002. Compared to other universities on this list, its fee is about the cheapest. CU also ranks as the 5th best university in Nigeria.
3. Madonna University, Okija
Madonna is the 1stprivate university in Nigeria. It was founded it 1999 and now has 3 campuses in Nigeria. The university has a large number of students currently enrolled into different programmes such as Law, Engineering, Medicine, Pharmacy and so on. Madonna University is also one of the few private universities in Nigeria that has a teaching hospital.
4. Redeemer’s University, Mowe
Redeemer’s University was established in 2005 and currently has about 2000 students. It’s said that the school offers a high standard of education, which explains why it is one of the most the expensive private universities in Nigeria. The fees ranges from N500,000 – N650,000 per annum. The university currently ranks 19thin amongst universities in Nigeria.
5. Joseph Ayo Babalola University (JABU), Ikeji-Arakeji
JABU was established in 2006. The university runs both undergraduate and post-graduate programmes and at the time of this post is currently enrolling students in various degree awarding programmes. Joseph Ayo Babalola University (JABU), Ikeji-Arakeji is a ranked 25th in Nigeria.
6. Veritas University, Abuja
Veritas is catholic university which was founded in 2007. The university obtained full accreditation for all it programmes in 2012. Veritas offers bachelor degree for science, art and commercial programmes. Some of the courses offered are – B.Sc Industrial Chemistry, B.Sc Marketing and Advertising, B.Sc. Political Science and Diplomacy.
7. Pan-Atlantic University, Lekki
Formerly known and Pan-African University was founded in 2002. The institution offers only post-graduate programmes all of which are approved by the NUC. However Pan-Atlantic University is now set to commence undergraduate programmes starting from September 2014. Some of the courses it will offer are; Business Administration, Accountancy and Mass Communication.
8. Bingham University, Auta-Balefi, Karu
Bingham University was founded in 2005; it is located in the northern part of Nigeria. All of the university’s undergraduate programmes are approved by NUC. Some of the courses offered in Bingham University are Biochemistry, Political Science, Computer Science and more. Admission is currently on in the university.
9. American University Nigeria (ABTI), Yola
ABTI is one of the most expensive universities in Nigeria; the university uses an American academic structure and curriculum. It was established in 2005. ABTI has 3 colleges; which are School of Arts and Science, School of Business and Enterpreneurship and School of Information Tecnology and Communication.
10. AFE Babalola University, Ado Ekiti
This is another university which is said to be quite expensive. According to recent reports, the fee ranges from N675,000 – N1,075,000. The university was established in 2009. All AFE Babalola University programmes are accredited by the NUC. Admission is currently going on.