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TOP 20 BEST UNIVERSITIES IN AFRICA- US world news ranking system (2021)

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  1. University of Cape Town🇿🇦 (Rank in the world=103)
  2. University of witwatersrand🇿🇦 (Rank in the world=192)
  3. University of stellenbosch🇿🇦 (Rank in the world=321)
  4. University of kwazulu-natal🇿🇦 (Rank in the world=332)
  5. University of Johannesburg🇿🇦 (Rank in the world=378)
  6. Cairo University🇪🇬 (Rank in the world= 427)
  7. University of Pretoria🇿🇦 (Rank in the world= 444)
  8. University of ibadan🇳🇬 (Rank in the world= 525)
  9. Mansoura University🇪🇬 (Rank in the world= 547)
  10. Addis Ababa University🇪🇹 (Rank in the world= 553)
  11. North west University🇿🇦 (Rank in the world= 564)
  12. Kwame Nkrumah university of Science and Technology Ghana🇬🇭 (Rank in the world= 580)
  13. University of Casablanca Hassan II🇲🇦(Rank in the world= 618)
  14. Makerere University🇺🇬 (Rank in the world= 631)
  15. Ain shams University🇪🇬 (Rank in the world= 648)
  16. University of the Western cape🇿🇦 (Rank in the world= 729)
  17. Alexandria University🇪🇬 (Rank in the world= 790)
  18. University of Nairobi🇰🇪 (Rank in the world= 792)
  19. Mohammed V University🇲🇦 (Rank in the world= 807)
  20. University of gondar🇪🇹 (Rank in the world= 826)

The rankings are based on, Global research reputation (12.5%), Regional research reputation (12.5%), Publications (10%), Books (2.5%), Conferences (2.5%), Normalized citation impact (10%), Total citations (7.5%), Number of publications that are among the 10% most cited
(12.5%), Percentage of total publications that are among the 10% most cited (10%), International collaboration – relative to country (5%), International collaboration (5%), Number of highly cited papers that are among the top 1% most cited in their respective field ( 5%), Percentage of total publications that are among the top 1% most highly cited papers (5%)

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