Rabat - Two Moroccan universities have been listed in the internationally recognized weekly British magazine Times Higher Education's Africa University Rankings.
Rabat – Two Moroccan universities have been listed in the internationally recognized weekly British magazine Times Higher Education’s Africa University Rankings.
The University of Cadi Ayyad of Marrakech and Hassan II University of Casablanca have made it into the top 15, ranking in the 10th and 15th positions, respectively.
The UK-based weekly journal Times Higher Education’s announcement of the Africa University Rankings coincides with the holding of the African Universities Summit in Johannesburg, South Africa, in July 2015.
The summit will be held in partnership with the University of Johannesburg on 29 to 31 July, and will bring together senior leaders from universities, business and policymaking under the theme: “Moving Africa’s universities forward – building a shared global legacy”.
South Africa has 9 universities in the prestigious top 15, with the University of Cape Town ranking on top in the Times Higher Education Africa University Rankings 2015.
The Times Higher Education Africa University Rankings list the continent’s best universities based on 13 separate performance indicators covering the full range of an institution’s key missions: teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook.
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