Auchi Polytechnic

    About School
      

    Auchi Polytechnic is one of the leading Polytechnics in the country, in one of the most vibrant and cosmopolitan towns in Nigeria – there are many reasons why you might choose to study here. With over 8,000 students, for undergraduate programmes, postgraduate taught programmes, both Business, Technology and the Arts, we’re committed to investing in the student experience.

    Auchi Polytechnic is one of the first four Polytechnics in Nigeria. It was founded in 1963, first, as a technical college and later in 1973 as a Polytechnic. The extent law establishing it assigns to the institution the task of producing well trained and highly skilled middle level manpower for the national economy in the areas of engineering technology, science environmental studies, Management studies and Art & Design.

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    The Polytechnic is reviewing and updating its curricula to meet current national and global challenges. The thinking is to enrich the curricula and re-orientate students to be self employed and create jobs on graduation. Already, entrepreneurial courses have been introduced in most programmes offered in the institution.

    • ✓ Established : 1974
    • ✓ Motto : Hands and Brain for Development
    • ✓ Category : Federal Polytechnic
    • ✓ Abbreviation : Auchi Poly
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    Title
    Accounting/Accountancy
    Agriculture
    Architecture
    Banking and Finance
    Business Administration
    Chemical Engineering
    Civil Engineering
    Computer Science
    Electrical/Electronics Engineering
    Estate Management
    Information/Communication Technology
    Languages and Linguistics
    Marketing
    Mass Communication
    Mechanical/Mechatronics Engineering
    Nutrition and Dietetics
    Petroleum/Gas Engineering
    Public Administration
    Science Laboratory Technology
    Statistics
    Surveying and Geoinformatics
    Campuses
    Campus 1
    Campus 2
    Campus 3
    Programmes
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