The Times Higher Education (THE) has published its 2022 edition of the World University Rankings, which includes more than 1,600 universities in 99 countries and territories.
The rankings were carried out on the basis of 13 carefully calibrated performance indicators that measure the performance of an institution in four areas: teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international orientation.
The University of Ibadan (UI) maintained its top spot in the world rankings of universities by 2022, while the University of Lagos was a step ahead, ranking second in Nigeria and 501-600 out of over 1,600 institutions on the all over the world.
Covenant is the only private university in the list
It has been determined that LASU is the only state university in the Ranking was included while Covenant received the e Only privately owned university.
LASU was ranked second in Nigeria in 2021 and 501-600 in the world according to the 2022 Times Higher Education World University Rankings, which was published in the September 2021.
With this ranking, UNILAG has jumped 601. made –800 in 2021 up to a higher range of 501–600.
Although only six universities are represented in the Times Higher Education World University Ranking, the country is home to nearly 130 institutions . Some of these are owned by the federal and state governments, while 50 are privately owned.
See the list below:
1. University of Ibadan – 401–500
2. University of Lagos – 501–600
3. Covenant University – 601–800
4. University of Ilorin – 1201+
5. University of Nigeria Nsukka – 1201+
6. Obafemi Awolowo University – 1201+
7. Lagos State University
Yabatech, Ilaro Poly top the new ranking of Nigerian colleges
It has been reported that the Yaba College of Technology, the Federal Polytechnic Ilaro and The Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu, took the top positions among the polytechnics.
Among the top three, the Lagos State Polytechnic is the only state; the other two are state-owned universities of applied sciences.