This message is to inform the general public and all JAMB Candidates that the official list of colleges of Education offering Arabic / French in Nigeria is now available for candidates who wish to study Arabic / English in any Nigerian Colleges of Education.
Below are the list of colleges of education that offer Arabic/ French as a course:
NUMBER OF COLLEGES OF EDUCATION: 12
Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education, formerly known as Lagos State College of Education, moved to its present and permanent site at Otto/Ijanikin in 1982 in response to the problem of grossly inadequate land space in relation to the demands for the development of modern infrastructural facilities and increasing population at its Surulere site. After a period of rapid growth, enrolments in the College have reached an all-time high level.
Adeyemi College of Education was named after Canon M. C. … It was established in 1963 to produce qualified teachers to teach in secondary schools and teachers’ training colleges and to conduct research and experiments on methods of teaching at all levels of education in Nigeria.
College of Education, Ikere-Ekiti is a state college of education owned and managed by the Ekiti State Government, The College is located in Ikere-Ekiti, Ekiti State, South West Nigeria.
Kwara State College of Education, Ilorin was established in September 1974 by the Kwara State Government. The College is located in the ancient city of Ilorin, the capital of Kwara State.
The St. Andrew’s College, Oyo (now Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo) was established as a Grade II Teacher’s College by the Church Missionary Society (C.M.S.) in 1896 and it ranked as the oldest Teachers’ Training College in Nigeria. In 1976, the clamour for its upgrading to an NCE awarding institution began. The Oyo State Government acceded to this request in October 1980 by upgrading the College to a campus of the then Oyo State College of Education, Ilesa. In March 1983, the supervision of the College was transferred to the Oyo State College of Education, Ila Orangun. The College gained full autonomy as a full-fledged College of Education on 1st October 1985
The College was established to provide qualitative teacher education geared towards meeting the present challenges facing the Nigerian educational system especially in the area of training teachers in the Science and Nigerian Languages to teach at the Primary Schools
The College started as the Federal Advanced Teachers College (FATC) in 1974 at a temporary site in Mararaba Pushit, some 17 kilometres to Pankshin town. From a humble beginning determined to achieve Academic Excellence, the College started its activities with a set of 100 foundation students
The Federal College of Education, Zaria, formerly known as the Advance Teachers’ College,(A.T.C) Zaria, is located in Zaria. The town lies between Latitude 11.07 and 12 degrees North and Longitude 07.44 and 8 degrees east. Located at a distance of about 962km from the Atlantic Ocean, it is about 80 kilometers North of Kaduna, the Capital of Kaduna State.