The University of Cape Town (UCT) has retained its top spot on the continent in this year’s World University Rankings despite being in the throes of a leadership and allegedly, racially driven, crisis.
The institution climbed 23 places and now sits in 160th place globally – up from 183rd place last year – in the World University Rankings published by Times Higher Education yesterday.
The latest ranking means that in all five major international university rankings, UCT has been ranked the best in Africa.
This year, UCT also took the continent’s top place in the Centre for World University Rankings, Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings and ShanghaiRanking’s…
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