According to the Centre for World University Rankings, the University of Ibadan, the University of Nigeria Nsukka, the University of Lagos, and Ahmadu Bello University are among the finest universities in the world.
According to the list released on the global organization’s website on Monday, a total of 20,531 universities were ranked, with 2,000 reaching the global list.
The University of Ibadan was ranked first in Nigeria and 1,163rd in the world.
UNN was ranked second in Nigeria and 1,784th on a global scale.
UNILAG was ranked third in Nigeria and 1,875th globally, while ABU was ranked fourth nationally and 1,881st globally.
The world’s top five institutions, according to
The following universities are ranked: Havard University in the United States, Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the United States, Stanford University in the United States, the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom, and the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom.
As a result, the rankings were determined by research, employability, faculty, and education rank.
Dr Nadin Mahassen, President of the Center for World University Rankings, commented on the national picture:
“While it is encouraging to see Nigeria climbing the rankings, funding to further promote the development and reputation of Nigeria’s higher education system is critical if the country wants to be more competitive on the global stage.” Efforts must be made to ensure that Nigeria attracts top academics and students, that increased enrolment at institutions coincides with increased teaching capability, and that