In Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2019, Mohammed V University, Cadi Ayyad University, and Mohamed Ben Abdellah University ranked between 801 and 1,000.
Times Higher Education (THE) included more than 1,250 universities in it’s list.
THE notes that Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University in Fez has international exchange programs with several universities in Europe and North Africa. The university also hosted several pedagogical symposiums, including an annual theater festival since 2005 and two forums on energy supply in Morocco.
Rabat’s Mohammed V University, according to THE, ranks as “one of the top 200 universities worldwide in a BRICS country or an emerging economy.”
Mohammed V University was divided into two independent higher education establishments in 1913: Mohammed V University at Agdal and Mohammed V University at Souissi, referring to two Rabat neighborhoods.
THE related, “The two reunited in 2015, but remain separate campuses.”
The Souissi campus has 10 faculties, including medicine and pharmacy, dentistry, computer science and systems analysis, and educational sciences.
The Agdal camus has three other faculties, of letters and human sciences law, economics, and social sciences.
The Mohammed V University received a score of 24.9 in teaching and 8.9 in research.
The Cadi Ayyad University in Marrakech received a score of 15.8 in teaching. For Research, the university received a score of 7.8.
According THE’s overview, Cadi Ayyad’s great source of pride is its scientific research. The university has become a leading scientific and technological center with more than 1,400 research professors and 146 research facilities.
Ranked below the top 1,000 was Casablanca’s Hassan II University. Its Library of Mohammad Sykat spans six floors over “a total area of 7,000 square metres with 40,000 textbooks, 20,000 electronic online journals and 550 ancient manuscripts and 600 ancient books,” according to THE.
Hassan II University received a score of 14.7 in teaching and 6.9 in research.