The College of Ibadan, Covenant College, and Obafemi Awolowo College have been ranked prime in Nigeria by Webometrics in its newest ranking.
Evaluation of the most recent rating confirmed that no Nigerian college was among the many prime 1,000 on the planet.
Although ranked first in Nigeria, UI rated 1,196 on the planet.
Personal-owned covenant College, which is second in Nigeria emerged 1,314 on the planet; and OAU, third in Nigeria, however 1,503 in international rating.
The College of Nigeria and the College of Lagos emerged fourth and fifth in Nigeria respectively.
The Rating Net or Webometrics is the “largest tutorial rating of Larger Training Establishment” primarily based on the evaluation of Composite Indicators and Net Influence Elements”.
“The unique intention of the Rating is to advertise tutorial internet presence, supporting the Open Entry initiatives for rising considerably the switch of scientific and cultural data generated by the schools to the entire Society.
“With a view to obtain this goal, the publication of rankings is without doubt one of the strongest and profitable instruments for beginning and consolidating the processes of change within the academia, rising the students’ dedication and establishing badly wanted long run methods,” Webometrics stated on its web site.
Here’s a full checklist of prime 100 Nigerian universities, in response to Webometrics