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|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by Nobody: 10:44pm On Feb 26, 2009|
Univ of Roch no. 47 . . . nice.
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by bawomolo(m): 10:48pm On Feb 26, 2009|
59-77 Univ Illinois - Chicago 101-151 USA 55-70
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by TalkSmith: 10:56pm On Feb 26, 2009|
No university in Nigeria may be on those list, but yet, Nigerians who studied their first degrees in Nigeria, march on into these universities and set records.
It does not however validate that our ivory towers should be left to deteriorate more than it is right now, but it creates an anecdote that it is brains who make these glorious ivory towers flourish. Does Nigeria have these brains? YES! But sadly, Nigeria is losing them in their thousands everyday!
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by IGWEUSA(m): 11:37pm On Feb 26, 2009|
[/quote][quote author=Sagamite link=topic=160661.msg3520467#msg3520467 date=1235684529]Who is this Nincompoop. How did my post raise the issue of tribalism.
U better get a life Hommie
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by Nobody: 12:22am On Feb 27, 2009|
NOW!! Enough of all this world top uni et al' Can we now talk about **ToP 20 uNIVErsiTy in NigerIA??** at least we can be self rated if the world rejects us. . .
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by Nobody: 12:26am On Feb 27, 2009|
1. Ahmadu Bello Uni. (ABU). Next pls,
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by Jaylon(m): 4:29am On Feb 27, 2009|
That is an excellent point you made there. If our schools are not good (as they are obviously implying), how is it our
first degree products are able to stand toe to toe with others in top rated western universities ?
There is a friend of a friend of mine who finished at Lautech (Oyo state univ) and aced his Msc and PhD in Canada.
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by CyberG: 5:49am On Feb 27, 2009|
Commenting on the ranking, Professor Isaac Adeyemi, Vice Chancellor, Bells University, Ota, said there was no Nigerian university on the top 500 list because the assessors did not have access to information about the Nigerian universities.
According to him, “Most of the information used in assessing universities were sourced on the website of these universities but many Nigerian universities do not have reliable websites. This is why the National Universities Commission is considering compelling Nigerian universities to have good websites. I am sure very soon, the poor ranking of Nigerian universities will become a thing of the past because nearly all the universities are trying to improve on the quality of their websites. “
The comment about schools being rated based on websites is very misleading or this man is just being mischievous! It doesn't matter how many websites that are built and how "good" they look, does the professor think we (or the ranking agencies) will be fooled?
Having schooled in Naija (Ife) and one of the top-rated schools in Canada, the difference in the quality of education is like day and night! I won't bother to make any exhaustive list but the difference in the facilities, research, equipment, funding and scholarship, mentoring is unbelievable! The only thing no one would ever argue is that Nigerians are really bright and in spite of the obvious lack of a lot of facilities back home, we still dey roll tight on this side! (sometimes, he no dey easy though, lol)
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by Sagamite(m): 7:25am On Feb 27, 2009|
There are three possibilities here (1) You know too many University of Bedfordshire (Luton), Thames Valley University and University of East London postgraduate students where Nigerian students can shine or (2) Someone has been telling you some serious fabus (fibs) or (3) You are disillusional .
Set Records ko, Set Albums ni.
These are some of your moronic posts and contributions I am talking about that seem to have slipped your mind.
Surely, you did not develop your thinking much at whichever university you attended.
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by AmakaOne(f): 9:05am On Feb 27, 2009|
1 UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN
2 RHODES UNIVERSITY
3 UNIVERSITY OF THE WITWATERSRAND
4 UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA
5 STELLENBOSCH UNIVERSITY
6 UNIVERSITY OF THE WESTERN CAPE
7 UNIVERSITY OF KWAZULU NATAL
8 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AFRICA
9 UNIVERSITE DE LA REUNION
10 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY IN CAIRO
11 NELSON MANDELA METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY
12 UNIVERSITY OF THE FREE STATE
13 CAIRO UNIVERSITY
14 INSTITUT UNIVERSITAIRE DE FORMATION DES MAITRES DE LA REUNION
15 UNIVERSITE CHEIKH ANTA DIOP DE DAKAR
16 UNIVERSITY OF MAURITIUS
17 UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG
18 UNIVERSITY OF ZIMBABWE
19 ARAB ACADEMY FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY AND MARITIME TRANSPORT
20 UNIVERSITE CADI AYYAD
21 UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM
22 UNIVERSITY OF NAMIBIA
23 UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI
24 UNIVERSIDADE EDUARDO MONDLANE
25 MANSOURA UNIVERSITY
26 UNIVERSITE ABDELMALEK ESSADI
27 POLYTECHNIC OF NAMIBIA
28 ECOLE MOHAMMADIA D’INGENIEURS
29 EGERTON UNIVERSITY
30 AL AKHAWAYN UNIVERSITY IFRANE
31 INSTITUT AGRONOMIQUE ET VETERINAIRE HASSAN II
32 UNIVERSITY OF BENIN
33 TSHWANE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
34 ADDIS ABABA UNIVERSITY
35 AIN SHAMS UNIVERSITY
36 UNIVERSITE ABOU BEKR BELKAID TLEMCEN
37 STRATHMORE UNIVERSITY NAIROBI
38 UNIVERSITY OF BOTSWANA
39 GERMAN UNIVERSITY IN CAIRO
40 MOGADISHU UNIVERSITY
41 NORTH WEST UNIVERSITY
42 UNIVERSITY OF KHARTOUM
43 UNIVERSITY OF FORT HARE
44 ECOLE DU PATRIMOINE AFRICAIN
45 UNIVERSITE DE BATNA
46 UNIVERSITY OF GHANA
47 UNIVERSITE DE OUAGADOUGOU
48 UNIVERSITY OF ZULULAND
49 NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF RWANDA
50 FACULTE DES SCIENCES RABAT
51 UNIVERSITY OF BURAO
52 ZAGAZIG UNIVERSITY
53 MAKERERE UNIVERSITY
54 ASSIUT UNIVERSITY
55 AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY
56 UNIVERSITY OF ZAMBIA
57 ECOLE SUPERIEURE PRIVEE D’INGENIERIE ET DE TECHNOLOGIES
58 ECOLE NATIONALE SUPERIEURE D’INFORMATIQUE ET D’ANALYSE DES SYSTEMES ENSIAS
59 AL AZHAR AL-SHARIF ISLAMIC RESEARCH ACADEMY
60 CAPE PENINSULA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
61 AFRICAN VIRTUAL UNIVERSITY
62 UNIVERSITE D’ALGER
63 MANGOSUTHU TECHNIKON
64 UNIVERSITY OF MALAWI
65 UNIVERSITE DJILLALI LIABES
66 VAAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
67 UNIVERSITE VIRTUELLE DE TUNIS
68 UNIVERSITE M’HAMED BOUGARA DE BOUMERDES
69 UNIVERSITE MOHAMMED PREMIER OUJDA
70 AMOUD UNIVERSITY
71 MOI UNIVERSITY
72 MONASH UNIVERSITY SOUTH AFRICA
73 KWAME NKRUMAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
74 KIGALI INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
75 SUDAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
76 UNIVERSITE DE NOUAKCHOTT
77 FACULTE DES SCIENCES TETOUAN
78 UNIVERSITE SENGHOR D’ALEXANDRIE
79 MINUFIYA UNIVERSITY
80 ECOLE NATIONALE DES TRAVAUX PUBLICS
81 UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN
82 GARYOUNIS UNIVERSITY
83 INSTITUT NATIONAL DE FORMATION EN INFORMATIQUE
84 UNIVERSITY OF SWAZILAND
85 ECOLE NATIONALE POLYTECHNIQUE D’ALGER
86 SOKOINE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE
87 UNIVERSITE CHOUAIB DOUKKALI
88 UNIVERSITE DES SCIENCES ET DE LA TECHNOLOGIE HOUARI BOUMEDIENE
89 CENTRAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
90 ECOLE SUPERIEURE MULTINATIONALE DES TELECOMMUNICATIONS
91 UNIVERSITE HASSAN II AIN-CHOCK
92 UNIVERSITE DES SCIENCES ET DE LA TECHNOLOGIE D’ORAN MOHAMED BOUDIAF
93 UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
94 INSTITUT DE FORMATION EN TECHNOLOGIE ALIMENTAIRE
95 ASHESI UNIVERSITY
96 INSTITUT SUPERIEUR DE L’INFORMATION ET DE LA COMMUNICATION
97 JOMO KENYATTA UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY
98 FACULTE DE MEDECINE & PHARMACIE
99 UNIVERSITE SIDI MOHAMED BEN ABDELLAH FES
100 HELWAN UNIVERSITY
hmmm, my alma mater dey top list !!! YAY!!!
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by AmakaOne(f): 9:05am On Feb 27, 2009|
Two African universities have slipped from the top 500 identified by the Academic Ranking of World Universities, leaving only three - the universities of Cape Town, the Witwatersrand and KwaZulu-Natal - in the elite global list for 2008. South Africa follows Ireland into 25th place in terms of percentage distribution of top universities by country, ahead of Europe's Greece, Hungary, Poland and Portugal as well as India.
Cairo University, which was ranked in the Top 500 last year, is nowhere to be seen in the 2008 list of the respected global ranking, produced by the Institute of Higher Education at Shanghai Jaio Tong University for the government of China. The University of Pretoria - previously ranked around in the 400 to 500 category, has also disappeared - probably pushed out by the rise of universities in China.
With three of 23 public universities in the Top 500, South Africa has 13% of its institutions represented, and together the three institutions enrol around 85,000 students.
The University of Cape Town is ranked half way down the Top 500, in the 200 to 300 category. In that same group are the universities of Bologna in Italy, Bordeaux 1 in France, Calgary in Canada, Computense in Portugal, Dusseldorf in Germany and Dundee in the UK.
The University of the Witwatersrand, in Johannesburg, was placed in the top 300 to 400 universities - the same categories of the universities of Ulm in Germany, Valencia in Spain, Warsaw in Poland, Wollongon in Australia, Vrije University Brussels and Waseda in Japan.
The University of KwaZulu-Natal held its position in the top 400 to 500 of the world's universities, in the same group as universities such as Jyvaskyla and Kuopio in Finland, the University of Kansas Medical Center in the US, Lille 1 in France, the University of Lisbon and Slovenia's Ljubljani University.
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by Jarus(m): 12:44pm On Feb 27, 2009|
No university in Nigeria may be on those list, but yet, Nigerians who studied their first degrees in Nigeria, march on into these universities and set records.I like this point. Very true. I know a number of Nigerian graduates that have set records in Imperial.
It does not however validate that our ivory towers should be left to deteriorate more than it is right now, but it creates an anecdote that it is brains who make these glorious ivory towers flourish. Does Nigeria have these brains? YES! But sadly, Nigeria is losing them in their thousands everyday
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by Sagamite(m): 11:04pm On Feb 27, 2009|
Jarus, I hope set records does not mean attending and finishing the course o? I hope not even getting distinctions o?
Setting records is doing something exceptional that has not been done before and I am surely not getting any underground (or overground) gists that some Nigerians are doing this in any of the top universities.
As far as I am concerned, they come, do their course, finish like most other students. They are not seen in any way as the cream of the crop types in my view.
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by Ifygurl: 11:35pm On Feb 27, 2009|
The 2009 list. It seems Nigerian school finally made the top 100 in Africa.
1 Cairo University Egypt
2 Ain Shams University Egypt
3 University of Cape Town South Africa
4 University of Pretoria South Africa
5 Universiteit Stellenbosch South Africa
6 University of KwaZulu-Natal South Africa
7 Mansoura University Egypt
8 German University in Cairo Egypt
9 Helwan University Egypt
10 Assiut University Egypt
11 Zagazig University Egypt
12 University of Dar es Salaam Tanzania
13 University of Ghana Ghana
14 Minufiya University Egypt
15 South Valley University Egypt
16 Tanta University Egypt
17 Makerere University Uganda
18 Alexandria University Egypt
19 Benha University Egypt
20 University of Namibia Namibia
21 Minya University Egypt
22 Université Senghor Egypt
23 Akhbar El-Yom Academy Egypt
24 University of South Africa South Africa
25 University of the Western Cape South Africa
26 Rhodes University South Africa
27 American University in Cairo Egypt
28 University of Botswana Botswana
29 University of Johannesburg South Africa
30 University of Witwatersrand South Africa
31 Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University South Africa
32 University of the Free State South Africa
33 University of Ilorin Nigeria
34 University of Khartoum Sudan
35 Arab Academy for Science & Technology and Maritime Transport Egypt
36 University of Nairobi Kenya
37 Polytechnic of Namibia Namibia
38 Université de Batna Algeria
39 Universidade Eduardo Mondlane Mozambique
40 Université Abou Bekr Belkaid Tlemcen Algeria
41 Université Cadi Ayyad Morocco
42 Sudan University for Science and Technology Sudan
43 University of Mauritius Mauritius
44 University Cheikh Anta Diop of Dakar Senegal
45 Université de la Reunion Reunion
46 Mohammed I University Oujda Morocco
47 University of Zimbabwe Zimbabwe
48 Université de Ouagadougou Burkina Faso
49 Higher Technological Institute Egypt
50 Université Mohammed V - Souissi Morocco
51 Al Azhar University Egypt
52 Kenyatta University Kenya
53 Université de Sousse Tunisia
54 Université d'Antananarivo Madagascar
55 Université Hassan II - Mohammadia Morocco
56 Université de Sfax Tunisia
57 University of Cape Coast Ghana
58 Addis Ababa University Ethiopia
59 University of Zambia Zambia
60 Université Ibn Tofail Morocco
61 Ahfad University for Women Sudan
62 Université Mohammed V - Agdal Morocco
63 Université de Tunis El Manar Tunisia
64 Université de la Manouba Tunisia
65 Université Française d'Égypte Egypt
66 Egerton University Kenya
67 Sokoine University of Agriculture Tanzania
68 Nahda University Egypt
69 North-West University South Africa
70 Strathmore University Kenya
71 Obafemi Awolowo University Nigeria
72 Garyounis University Libya
73 Walter Sisulu University South Africa
74 Misr International University Egypt
75 Université d'Alger Algeria
76 University of Port Harcourt Nigeria
77 Al Akhawayn University Morocco
78 Central University of Technology, Free State South Africa
79 University of Technology, Mauritius Mauritius
80 The British University in Egypt Egypt
81 United States International University Kenya
82 Université Saad Dahlab de Blida Algeria
83 Université des Sciences et de la Technologie "Houari Boumediène" Algeria
84 Université M'hamed Bouguerra de Boumerdes Algeria
85 Africa Nazarene University Kenya
86 Université des Sciences et de la Technologie Mohamed Boudiaf d'Oran Algeria
87 University of Nigeria Nigeria
88 University of Ibadan Nigeria
89 Université Abdelhamid Ibn Badis de Mostaganem Algeria
90 Université Mentouri de Constantine Algeria
91 Université Badji Mokhtar de Annaba Algeria
92 Fayoum University Egypt
93 Ahmadu Bello University Nigeria
94 Université d'Oran Es-Sénia Algeria
95 Université Kasdi Merbah Ouargla Algeria
96 Université 8 mai 1945 de Guelma Algeria
97 Kigali Institute of Science and Technology Rwanda
98 Université Amar Telidji de Laghouat Algeria
99 Université Ferhat Abbas de Sétif Algeria
100 Vaal University of Technology South Africa
Cool School of Ibadan made the top 100. My mom went to that school.
Anyway this topic is hilarious. Compare nigerian school to Foreigners school.
Comeon ya'll. It's like comparing a cat to a dog.
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by Jaylon(m): 11:50pm On Feb 27, 2009|
So based on your list above, the top universities in Nigeria are:
1. University of Ilorin
2. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ife
3. University of Port harcourt
4. University of Nigeria, Nsukka
5. University of Ibadan
6. Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria
But what happened to University of Benin ? I think they topped the list last year ?
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by MrCrackles(m): 11:52pm On Feb 27, 2009|
I thought UNIBEN was the best in Nigeria?
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by IGWEUSA(m): 12:19am On Feb 28, 2009|
I still stand with all those posts. You better go back to school and learn the essence of free speech. Who are you to discredit individuals opinion?
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by Sagamite(m): 6:56am On Feb 28, 2009|
I don't need to go back to school as I went to one that developed my thinking well to a higher standard than you. It also gave me an insight into free speech but heightens my observance that free speech in entirety gives birth to free moronity.
And you are a classic case study for that.
I hope you appreciate my free speech to tell you that?
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by binahmad(m): 7:26am On Feb 28, 2009|
He He He, U guys!!!
Chill out right? no need getting uppity here.
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by jasblackk: 9:16am On Feb 28, 2009|
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|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by Ifygurl: 6:18am On Mar 11, 2009|
don't know. That's the list i got. Maybe University of Benin didn't make the list this year.
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by oderemo(m): 11:49am On Mar 11, 2009|
funny there is no university of common sense in nigeria.
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by samsmith(m): 3:34pm On Mar 11, 2009|
na waooh 4 africa,,,,,,,,,s universities
|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by adeibi: 12:31am On Jun 29, 2011|
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|Re: World Top 500 University Ranking - 2008 by ektbear: 11:02am On Jun 29, 2011|
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