About Us

The School was established to train professional Nurses after passing the Professional Examination conducted by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria. The School was initially an extension of School of Nursing, Eleyele, Ibadan of the then Western Region, later called Western State before the creation of Ogun State in 1976.  Student-Nurse Trainee who passed the Preliminary Training School (PTS) Course of six Months at Eleyele Ibadan were posted to Abeokuta, State Hospital School of Nursing, Ijaye for the remaining 3 years of Nursing Training.

In January 1976, the School was reopened on Provisional Approval Basis.  On February 13th 1976 the first set of 30 students’ commenced training for a 3 years course as pioneer students of Ogun State.  The School was moved from its old site at State Hospital Ijaye to its permanent site at Idi-Aba. The Building houses School of Nursing and School of Midwifery and provides for the offices of teaching and non-teaching staff.

  • Percentage Pass 94% 94%
  • Percentage Graduated Per Intake 89% 89%


There is something I found applicable to mankind which cut through all human race starting from conception till death; that is “CARE” and this is what school of Nursing, Idi-Aba, Abeokuta stands for. Everyone in the whole wide world is on our mind as we prepare future generation of Nurses to meet the diverse health needs confronting our societies today. Our hallmark is quality and excellent education which reflect in our objectives, philosophy and competencies expected of every graduands to possess at the completion of their training. We have our graduands all over the world and the testimonies of their exceptional performances filters all around. It is therefore our great pleasure meeting you on this web page.


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The mission of the School of Nursing Abeokuta is to respond to the health need of a Culturally, Socially and Ethnically diverse society by preparing future generation of highly qualified Nurses in a multifaceted health care delivery system in the promotion, maintenance, restoration of health and generating findings for an evidenced-based nursing and providing leadership for the advancement of Nursing Profession.


Our vision is to transform the Nursing Profession by preparing pioneers in research, education and practice.


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