Educational Programmes in Nigeria

Last Updated on April 22, 2023 by Uncle Pat Ugwu

Undergraduate and postgraduate students are required to do a compulsory research project towards the end of their academic program. Those in the faculty of education are not different. Educational Researchers are most time expected to specify the area in which they carried out their research.

In this post, we are going to make a list of education zones in southeast Nigeria. This is to help researchers from the hassle of searching for this vital information from different locations. (Check our research topic ideas).

Now, let us begin by listing the states in alphabetical order.

Abia State Education Zones

Education zones in Abia state are divided into three (3) namely:

  • Aba
  • Ohafia
  • Umuahia

Anambra State Education Zones

There are six (6) education zones in Anambra State. They are:

  • Aguata
  • Awka
  • Ihiala
  • Nnewi
  • Ogidi
  • Onitsha

Above is the list of education zones in Anambra state.

Ebonyi State Education Zones

Ebonyi state is made up of three (3) education zones, namely:

  • Abakaliki
  • Onueke
  • Afikpo

Enugu State Education Zones

There are six (6) education zones in Enugu State. They are:

  • Agbani
  • Awgu
  • Enugu
  • Nsukka
  • Obollo-Afor
  • Udi

These are education zones in Enugu state.

Imo State Education Zones

Imo State is made up of three (3) educational zones:

  • Okigwe
  • Orlu
  • Owerri

I hope this list is helpful to you. You can share the link with your fellow researchers.

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Final Thoughts

Mentioning the education zone where your research was carried out makes it to be more valuable. Depending on the institution’s format, you may need to describe the location and state the area size of the zone.

Undergraduate researchers may be asked to choose only one educational zone for their research. This is done to reduce the number of research to a manageable number and also to reduce cost.

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