For the last 10 years, Kibabii University has been at the forefront in her pursuit to position herself amongst the regional and global giants of higher education. This has been through among others; collaborative research, teaching, innovation and partnerships that have impacted in society.
According to a review by the Times Higher Education (THE) Sub-Saharan Africa University Rankings released on 26th June 2023, Kibabii University emerged the 3rd best choice destination for higher learning in Kenya and 39th best choice in Africa. The list is led by South Africa’s University of the Witwatersrand, followed by University of Johannesburg and Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences in Tanzania respectively. According to THE, this first edition ranks 88 universities across 20 countries, with an additional 33 institutions failing to meet eligibility criteria to receive a rank. While South Africa has the most institutions in the top 10 (four), Nigeria is the most-represented nation overall, with 37 ranked institutions. Universities in Uganda, Rwanda and Ghana also make the top 10.
The ranking includes results from the first sub-Saharan Africa student survey, which gathered the opinions of more than 20,000 students. The development work for the ranking was undertaken in consultation with university leaders across sub-Saharan Africa, in a project initiated by a consortium of African and international higher education organizations and companies, in partnership with the MasterCard Foundation. It sought to assess the impact of universities in addressing some of the unique challenges faced in the region.
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