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University of Ghana gets Congratulations from Ashesi University for being Best University in Ghana 2020

Ashesi University has congratulated the University of Ghana for leading the ranking of tertiary institutions in the country in the 2020 Times Higher Education World University Ranking.

Congratulations to the University of Ghana! Together with representation on the University Impact Rankings, African institutions are helping grow the continent’s academic influence,” Ashesi posted on social media and

In the 2020 THE World University rankings, University of Ghana was the only tertiary institution in the country that made the list.
Whilst it ranked 20th in the continental ranking, University of Ghana ranked within the 800 – 1,000 band on the global scale.

Meanwhile, in the 2020 Times Higher Education Impact Ranking, Ashesi University was ranked number one in the country, ahead of University of Ghana and the University of Professional Studies, Accra.

Only these three Ghanaian institutions were recognized in the Impact ranking.

Ashesi University, in its congratulatory message to the University of Ghana expressed excitement that they were both working on helping grow the continent’s academic influence.

Congratulations to the University of Ghana! Together with representation on the University Impact Rankings, African institutions are helping grow the continent’s academic influence! https://t.co/DoIIGk7ru7

— Ashesi University (@Ashesi) April 30, 2020

About THE World University Rankings

The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020 includes almost 1,400 universities across 92 countries, standing as the largest and most diverse university rankings ever to date.

The table is based on 13 carefully calibrated performance indicators that measure an institution’s performance across teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook.

About the THE Impact Rankings

The Impact Rankings measure the actions taken by higher education institutions to realize the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) around the world, and contributions to the world’s economic and social well-being.

Story by: Jeffrey Nyabor |

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