University of Ghana named best University in January 2021 Webometrics Rankings

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University of Ghana has unsurprisingly been ranked again as the country’s best tertiary institution in the January 2021 edition of the Webometrics Ranking of World Universities. This year, 68 institutions were featured in the ranking.

Indicators used for the ranking were Presence, Impact, Openness, and Excellence.

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology maintained their place as the second best in the country.

University of Cape Coast and University for Development Studies, who were ranked third and fourth in the January 2020 edition dropped in this year’s ranking.

They are now ranked 6th and 8th respectively.

Regent University College of Science & Technology, who were ranked 8th in the January 2020 edition are now third.

Ho Technical University have been ranked fourth in the January 2021 edition.

According to Webometrics, below are the top 10 tertiary institutions in the country;

  1. University of Ghana
  2. Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology
  3. Regent University College of Science & Technology
  4. Ho Technical University
  5. Ashesi University
  6. University of Cape Coast
  7. Garden City University College
  8. University for Development Studies
  9. University of Education Winneba
  10. Ghana Christian University College

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