According to information reaching Ghanaontheglobe.com, University of Cape Coast has been ranked as best University in Ghana and 4th in Africa by World University Rankings.
The University of Cape Coast (UCC) has for the first time been ranked as the best University in Ghana, according to the Times Higher Education (THE) 2022 world universities ranking.
UCC was the highest-ranked new entrant out of 138 universities that made their debut on the global universities ranking league table this year.
The annual Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings (WUR), is the most prestigious global ranking.
It aims to provide the definitive list of the best universities (1622 institutions in 99 countries in 2021), evaluated across five key areas of Teaching, Research, Citations, International Outlook and Industry Income.
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It is the only global university rankings league table to judge research-intensive universities across each one of their core missions: teaching (the learning environment); research (volume, income, and reputation), international outlook (staff, students, and research); citations (research influence); and industry income (knowledge transfer).
Times Higher Education (THE) uses 13 carefully calibrated performance indicators to provide the most comprehensive and balanced comparisons, and all data are independently audited by professional services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), making the Times Higher Education World University Rankings the only global university rankings, which is subjected to full, independent scrutiny of this nature.
Times Higher Education’s data are trusted by governments and universities, and it’s a vital resource for students, helping them choose where to study.
The rankings are also widely used by faculty to inform career decisions, by university leaders to help set strategic priorities and by governments to help monitor policy.