The QS World University Rankings are annual university rankings published by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) which provides overall rankings as well as ranking for individual subjects. They help in exploring the world's top 1000 universities overall and also compare the ranking of universities in a specific region, by subject area, or based on factors such as reputation or research citations.
Unfortunately the latest global universities’ ranking released last Monday (pictured above) had not even one Nigerian university listed anywhere close to the top 1,000; while three schools in South Africa and one in Egypt made the first 400.
In the first 700, South Africa had seven universities, led by University of Cape Town, while Egypt has six universities led by the American University, Cairo.
Not only was Nigeria not part of the top 1,000, its schools were completely left out even under search...thanks to ASUU and FG.
See the other African universities listed after the cut...