Driving Collaborative Outcomes – University Rankings
Member Institutions in Inaugural Regional Rankings
The Times Higher Education (THE) developed the first sub-Saharan rankings centred on five core pillars that serve as the foundation for defining university performance. Highlighting these critical aspects, the rankings reflect a comprehensive outline of the universities’ contributions and capabilities across various domains.
Below is a curated list, showcasing member institutions of The Education Collaborative network in the inaugural THE rankings.
|Rank||Institution||Country||Overall||Resources & Finance||Access & Fairness||Teaching Skills||Student Engagement||Africa Impact|
|16||University of Embu||Kenya||64||59.6||52.2||70.2||73.5||64.6|
The inaugural Sub-Saharan Africa University Rankings call attention to the region’s success and provide a framework for development. “Not all universities that might be expected to be ranked are present in this inaugural edition, and not every country is featured, as the process is voluntary and minimum thresholds were set for responses to the fledgling student survey, but we expect the rankings to grow rapidly in the coming years as they are embraced as an important resource.”
– Phil Baty, Chief Global Officer, Times Higher Education
Equipping institutions and students for impact through rankings
Member Institutions Ranked
Explore a detailed examination of the ranking metrics and their impact on the performance of member institutions in the network. This focused analysis aims to provide a clearer perspective on how our institutions stack up against these metrics. By delving into the specifics of the criteria and methodologies, we leverage the strengths of member institutions to transform Higher Education in Africa.
View THE rankings and Methodology
The context-specific ranking system that is inclined towards the development of ethics and leadership, industry, entrepreneurship, employment opportunities, and community outreach programs. The SSA University Rankings is hinged on 5 Pillars: Resources and finance, Access and fairness, Teaching skills, Student engagement, and Africa impact